Hermann Stieve's clinical‐anatomical research on executed women during the “Third Reich”

@article{Winkelmann2009HermannSC,
  title={Hermann Stieve's clinical‐anatomical research on executed women during the “Third Reich”},
  author={A. Winkelmann and U. Schagen},
  journal={Clinical Anatomy},
  year={2009},
  volume={22}
}
Hermann Stieve (1886–1952) was Director of the Berlin Institute of Anatomy from 1935 to 1952. His research on the female reproductive system is controversial, as some of his scientific insights derived from histological investigations on the genital organs of executed women. These investigations were made possible by the sharp increase in executions during the “Third Reich.” Stieve's research was methodologically accurate and contributed significantly to contemporary scientific debates… Expand
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