The Nazi Doctors Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide

Softcover, New York: Basic Books/Harpercollins Publishers, 1986. First Edition; First Printing. Near Fine. "Much has been said about relationships of perpetrators and victims, and such relationships has considerable importance in Auschwitz and elsewhere. But I have found it essential to make the sharpest differentiation between the moral and psychological situation of members of the two groups...But my concerns in this book also include non-Jewish Auschwitz inmates such as Poles and political prisoners and Russian prisoners of war; and also mental patients in Germany and occupied areas victimized even more directly by Nazi doctors" (Lifton, xiii). Ships same or next business day. Book has minimal shelf and edge wear, lightly worn along tail end of spine and top, outer corner of back cover. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 576 pages. [Item #53814]

Price: $10.00

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