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Notes to Pages 432 441 
(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.)    
9. Erik H. Erikson, “Ontogeny of Ritualization in Man,” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 251 (series B [1966]): 343. 
10. Clifford Geertz, The Interpretation of Culture: Selected Essays (New York: Basic Books, 1973), p. 114. 
11. Erikson, “Ontogeny“ [9], pp. 339-345. 
12. M. Singer, quoted in Geertz, Interpretations [10], p. 113.  
13. Dorothea Lee, quoted in Langer, Mind [4], p. 59.  
14. Robert Jay Lifton, Home From the War: Vietnam Veterans, Neither Victims Nor Executioners (New York: Basic Books, 1984 [1973]), chaps. 2, 5 and 6.  
15. Langer, Mind [4], p. 79.  
16. Hermann Rauschning, Hitler Speaks: A Series of Political Conversations with Adolf Hitler on his Real Aims (London: T. Butterworth, 1939), p. 222.  
17. Robert C. Cecil, The Myth of the Master Race: Alfred Rosenberg and Nazi Ideology (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1972), p. 147.  
18. Ibid.  
19. Heinz Hähne, The Order of the Death’s Head: The Story of Hitler’s S.S. (New York: Coward McCann, 1970 [1966]), p. 147.  
20. Himmler, quoted in Felix Kersten, The Memoirs of Doctor Felix Kersten Herma Briffault, ed. (Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1947), p. 151.  
21. Thomas Mann, Doctor Faustus: The Life of the German Composer Adrian Leverkühn as Told by a Friend (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948 [1947]), pp. 366 67.  
22. Himmler, quoted in Lucy S. Dawidowicz, The War Against the Jews, 1933 1945 (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1975), p. 149. 
23. Himmler, quoted in Roger Manvell and Heinrich Fraenkel, Heinrich Himmler (London: Heinemann, 1965), pp. 135 36. 
24. Karl Hennicke, describing his superior officer, in Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews (Chicago Quadrangle 1967 [1961]) p 215; Hans Buchheim, “Command and Compliance,” in Helmut Krausnick et al., Anatomy of the SS State (New York: Walker, 1968 [1965]) p 328 (“criminal cause”). 
25 Himmler(May 1944) quoted in Buchheim, “Command and Compliance” [24], p. 366. 
26. Hilberg, Destruction [241, pp. 215 16; Höhne, Death’s Head [19] p. 363. 
27. Hilberg, Destruction [24], p. 243; Höhne, Death’s Head [19], pp. 544 45. 
28. Höhne, Death’s Head [19), p. 363.  
29. See Buchheim, “Command and Compliance” [24], pp. 334 43  
30. Werner Best, quoted in Martin Broszat, “The Concentration Camps,” in Krausnick et al., Anatomy [24], p. 427.  
31. Ronald Gray, The German Tradition in Literature, 1871 1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1965), pp. 81 82 (on Benn and Heidegger).  
32. James H. McRandle, The Track of the Wolf: Essays on National Socialism and Its Leader, Adolf Hitler (Evanston, Ill. Northwestern University Press, 1965), p. 125, credits Hannah Arendt for the term “ice cold logic.” She, however, noted that Hitler, himself, “loved” to refer to the “‘ice coldness’ of human logic” ("Ideologie und Terror,” in Offener Horizont: Festschrift für Karl Jaspers [Munich: Piper, 1953], p. 244). 
33. Lifton, Broken Connection [7] pp 222 38. See also Daniel Schreber, Memoirs of My Nervous Illness, Ida Macalpine and Richard A. Hunter, eds. (London: William Dawson, 1955); and Harold F. Searles, Collected Papers on Schizophrenia and Related Subjects (New York: International Universities Press, 1965). 
34. Robert Jay Lifton, Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of “Brainwashing” in China (New York: W. W. Norton, 1963), pp. 427 29.  
35. Daniel Gasman, The Scientific Origins of National Socialism Social Darwinism in Ernst Haeckel and the German Monist League (New York: Elsevier, 197 1), p. 150. 
36. Ibid., p. 157.
Medical Killing and the
Psychology of Genocide

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