Dr Robert Jay Lifton THE NAZI DOCTORS:
                        Medical Killing and the
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Notes to Pages 265-279 
 
(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.)    
 
33. Stanislaw Glowa, quoted in Naumann, Auschwitz [5], p. 184; see also pp. 137, 152, 162. 
34. Paczula, quoted in Langbein, Menschen [2], p. 441.  
35. Josef Farber, quoted in Langbein, Auschwitz-Prozess [3], vol. II, p. 759. 
36. Farber, quoted in Naumann, Auschwitz [s], p. 264. 
37. Ibid., p. 410, see pp 412-13, 425; Langbein, Menschen [2], p. 440; Langbein, Auschwitz-Prozess [3] pp. 894-96.  
38. Naumann, Auschwitz [5] p. 410. 
39. Karl Lill, quoted in Langbein, Menschen [2], pp. 440-41. 
40. Stanislaw Glowa, quoted in Naumann, Auschwitz [5], p. 183.  
41. Glowa, quoted in ibid., pp. 185-86. See the testimonies of Tadeusz Holuj, Ota Fabian, and Ludwig Wörl in Langbein, Menichen [2], pp. 483-84. 
42. Langbein, Menschen [2], p. 483 testimonies of Glowacki and Klodzinski in Langbein, Auschwitz-Prozess [3]. vol. II, pp. 766, 768.  
43. Naumann, Auschwitz [5], pp. 412-13, 421-22.  
 
 
Chapter 15. The Experimental Impulse
 
1. Unpublished testimony from Mme. Kleinova, M.D. (Prague), regarding her stay on Block 10.
2. Adelaide Hautval, “Survey of the Experiments Performed in the Women’s Camps at Auschwitz and Ravensbrouck” (unpublished testimony) and personal communication. 
3. On prostitution at Auschwitz, see Hermann Langbein, Menschen in Auschwitz (Vienna: Europaverlag, 1972), pp. 454-55. 
4. Jan Sehn, “Carl Claubergs verbrecherische Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche an Haftlings-Frauen in den Nazi-Konzentrationslagern,” Hefte von Auschwitz 2 (1959):3-31 (see p. 16 on the formalin formula). Höss quoted in F. K. Kaul Ärtze in Auschwitz ([E.] Berlin: Verlag Volk und Gesundheit 1968) pp 277-78.  
5. Kaul, Ärzte [4] p. 278. 
6. PIIIh (Auschwitz) 863 (Wiener Library, London). 
7. Sehn “Claubergs Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche” [4], p 15. 
8. BDC: Clauberg.  
9. Sehn,“Claubergs Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche” [4] pp. 15-16. See also Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1967 [1961]), pp. 605-6. 
10. Clauberg to Himmler, 30 May 1942 (NO-211), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 724-27. 
11. Brandt to Clauberg, 10 July 1942 (NO-213), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol I p 729
12. Pokorny to Himmler, October 194 1 (NO-35), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 713-14. 
13. Pokorny acquittal, Nuremberg Medical Case, Vol. II, p. 294.  
14. Clauberg to Himmler, 7 June 1943 (NO-212), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 730-32. 
15. Langbein, Menschen [3] p. 386.  
16. Sehn, “Claubergs Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche” [4] p 26.  
17. PII1h (Auschwitz) 659 (Wiener Library London).  
18. Philippe Aziz, Doctors of Death (Geneva: Ferni 1976) vol. II, p 236, see also pp 175, 235-37; Sehn, “Claubergs Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche” [4], pp. 14, 26-27.  
19. Aziz, Doctors [18], vol. II, pp. 240-41. 
20. Sehn, “Claubergs Unfruchtbarmachungs-Versuche” [4], pp. 31-32. 
21. For Clauberg’s own stress on his abnormally short stature, see Langbein, Menschen [3], p. 387. 
22. Brack to Himmler, 28 March 1941 (NO-203), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, p. 719-720.  
23. G. M. Gilbert, quoted in Joachim C. Fest, The Face of the Third Reich: Portraits of the Nazi Leadership (New York: Pantheon, 1970 [1963]), p. 121.  
 
THE NAZI DOCTORS:
Medical Killing and the
Psychology of Genocide

Robert J. Lifton
ISBN 0-465-09094
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