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Notes to Pages 279-292  
(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.)    
24. Michael H. Kater, Das “Ahnenerbe” der SS, 1935-1945: Ein Beitrag zur Kulturpolitik des Dritten Reiches (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1974), pp. 17-24, 47-53, 227-64.  
25. Willi Frischaur, Himmler: The Evil Genius of the Third Reich (Boston: Beacon Press, 1953), p. 28. 
26. Fest, Face [23], pp. 116, 122.  
27. Brack testimony, May 1947, Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 732-33. 
28. Brack to Himmler, 23 June 1942 (NO-205), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 721-22; Himmler to Brack (countersigned by Brandt), 11 August 1942 (NO-206), Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, p. 722
29. Stanislaw Klodzinski, “‘Sterilization’ and Castration with the Help of X-Rays in the Concentration Camps: The Crimes of Horst Schumann,” Anthology, I, 2:61.
30. Ibid., pp. 59-63.
31. Hautval, “Survey” [2].  
32. Mavis M. Hill and L. Norman Williams, Auschwitz in England: A Record of a Libel Action (New York: Stein & Day, 1965), pp. 149-51, 178. 
33. Désire Haffner (original manuscript).  
34. See Aziz, Doctors of Death [18], vol. II, pp. 183-85. 
35. Hill and Williams, Auschwitz in England [32], pp. 18-19; Klodzinski, "'Sterilization'" [29], pp. 64-65.  
36. Hill and Williams, Auschwitz in England [32], pp. 18-19. 
37. Aziz, Doctors [18], vol. II, pp. 229-30. 
38. Ibid., pp. 228-35. 
39. Ibid., p. 235.  
40. René Marx, in Témoinages Strasbourgeois: De l’Université aux camps de concentration (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1954 [1947]), pp. 251-62.  
41. Hilberg, Destruction [9], pp. 608-9; Jochen von Lang (with Claus Sibyll), ed., Eichmann Interrogated: Transcripts of the Israeli Police (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1983), pp. 167-75.  
42. Alexander Mitscherlich and Fred Mielke, Doctors of Infamy: The Story of the Nazi Medical Crimes (New York: Henry Schumann, 1949), pp. 81-89; Hilberg, Destruction [9], pp. 608-9; Kater, Ahnenerbe [24], pp. 245-55. 
43. See Eugen Kogon, Theory and Practice of Hell (New York: Berkley Books, 1980 [1950], pp. 155-67; Mitscherlich and Mielke, Doctors [42], pp. 4-89; Kater, Ahnenerbe [24], passim.  
44. Kater, Ahnenerbe [24], pp. 245-55; see note 41 above. 
45. Mitscherlich and Mielke, Doctors [42], pp. 88-89; Nuremberg Medical Case, vol. I, pp. 738-59.  
46. On Hirt, see also Aziz, Doctors [18], vol. III, pp. 193-255; Frederick Kasten, “The Bizarre Case of Nazi Anatomy Professor August Hirt,” paper presented at the 1985 meeting of the American Historical Association.  
47. Langbein, Menschen [3], p. 398.  
48. Jan Olbrycht, “The Nazi Health Office Actively Participated with the S. S. Administration in Auschwitz,” Anthology, I, 1:188-89; Wladyslaw Fejkiel testimony in Bernd Naumann, Auschwitz: A Report on the Proceedings Against Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka and Others Before the Court at Frankfurt (New York: Praeger, 1966 [1965]), p. 155; testimonies by Olbrycht and Klodzinski in Hermann Langbein, Der Auschwitz-Prozess: Eine Dokumentation (Frankfurt/M.: Europäische Verlagsanstalt, 1965), vol. II, pp. 676-77. 
49. Nuremberg Medical Case vol. I, pp. 684-95; Hilberg, Destruction [9], pp. 569-70, 602. 
50. Stanislaw Klodzinski, “Criminal Pharmacological Experiments on Inmates of the Concentration Camp in Auschwitz,” Anthology, 1,2: 15-43; see also Jan Mikulski, “Pharmakologische Experimente im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau,” Hefte von Auschwitz 10 (1967): 3-18; Olga Lengyel, Five Chimneys: The Story of Auschwitz (Chicago; Ziff-Davis, 1947), pp. 4, 175.  
51. Langbein, Menschen [3], p. 389  
52. Testimony before Polish Supreme Court, in Jan Sehn, “The Case of the Auschwitz S. S. Physician J. P. Kremer,” Anthology I, 1:233.  
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