Dr Robert Jay Lifton THE NAZI DOCTORS:
                        Medical Killing and the
                            Psychology of Genocide ©
 
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Notes on Pages 198 248 
 
(The numbers in brackets refer to the original, complete citation of a particular reference in each chapter. The dates in brackets denote original publication of a title.)    
 
3. Bernd Naumann, Auschwitz: A Report on the Proceedings Against Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka and Others Before the Court at Frankfurt (New York: Pantheon, 1966 [1965]), p. 62. 
4. Ibid., pp. 63 66; Langbein, Menschen [2], pp. 402 3. 
5. Langbein, Menschen [2], pp. 460 63; Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1967 [1961]), pp. 579 80.  
6. Fritz Stern, Gold and Iron: Bismarck, Bleichröder and the Building of the German Empire (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977), p. 512.  
7. Deposition by Miklos Nyiszli, 28 July 1945 before the Budapest Commission for the welfare of deported Hungarian Jews. 
8. Olga Lengyel, Five Chimneys: The Story of Auschwitz (Chicago: Ziff Davis, 1947), p. 62.   
 
 
Chapter 11. Prisoner Doctors: The Agony of Selections 
1. Désiré Haffner, “Pathological Aspects of the Concentration Camp at Auschwitz Birkenau” (Tours: Imprimerie Union Coopérative, 1946 mimeo), p. 21. 
2. Loet Van Duin (pseud.), “The Other Side of the Moon: The Life of a Young Physician from Holland in Auschwitz” (unpublished ms., 1980). 
3. Ibid.  
4. Ibid. 
5. Elie A. Cohen, The Abyss: A Confession (New York: W. W. Norton, 1973 [1971]), pp. 88 89. 
6. Wolken transcript, p. 126.  
7. Olga Lengyel, Five Chimneys: The Story of Auschwitz (Chicago: Ziff Davis, 1947), pp. 99 101. 
8. Cohen, Abyss [5] p. 100.  
 
 
Chapter 12. Prisoner Doctors Struggles to Heal 
 
1. Olga Lengyel, Five Chimneys: The Story of Auschwitz (Chicago Ziff Davis 1947) pp. 89 94. 
2. On Rohde and women, see Hermann Langbein, Menschen in Auschwitz (Vienna Europaverlag, 1972) pp. 400 401.  
3. F K Kaul, Ärzte in Auschwitz ([E.] Berlin VEB Verlag Volk und Gesundheit 1968) pp. 212 18.  
 
 
Chapter 13. Prisoner Doctors: Collaboration with Nazi Doctors 
 
 
1. Mavis M Hill and L Norman Williams, Auschwitz in England A Record of a Libel Action (New York: Stein & Day, 1965); Hermann Langbein, Menschen in Auschwitz (Vienna: Europaverlag, 1972), pp. 255 57.  
2. Langbein, Menschen [1], p. 255 
3. Samuel Steinberg, quoted in Langbein, Menschen [l], pp. 255 56; Dering in Hill and Williams, Auschwitz in England [I], p. 63. 
4. Langbein, Menschen [1], p. 256. 
5. Ibid., p. 257.  
6. Hill and Williams, Auschwitz in England [l], p 53; see pp. 16 18, 54, 69. Leon Uris, Exodus (New York: Doubleday, 1958), p. 146; in later printings of the book, the passage on Dehring (as spelled in the novel) omits the controversial number and stresses his status as prisoner.
 
THE NAZI DOCTORS:
Medical Killing and the
Psychology of Genocide

Robert J. Lifton
ISBN 0-465-09094
© 1986
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