Anatomy in the Third Reich: An outline, part 2. Bodies for anatomy and related medical disciplines

@article{Hildebrandt2009AnatomyIT,
  title={Anatomy in the Third Reich: An outline, part 2. Bodies for anatomy and related medical disciplines},
  author={S. Hildebrandt},
  journal={Clinical Anatomy},
  year={2009},
  volume={22}
}
All anatomical departments of German universities used bodies of the executed and other victims of the National Socialist (NS) regime for their work. Many of these victims had been executed in prisons and were members of the German political opposition; others had perished in camps for prisoners of war or forced laborers and concentration camps, and were of various European and other descent. Anatomists generally welcomed the increased influx of “fresh material” for purposes of research and… Expand
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