All Primary Sources / Race Science 1946 AFFIDAVITI, Gerhard Schmidt, Director of Haar-Eglfing Insane Asylum, after having been duly sworn, do hereby make the following statement:I was licensed as M. D. by the University of Berlin (1930). In 1935, I became an assistant at the Instftute for Legal Medicine in Berlin.
All Primary Sources / Race Science 6 September 1944 Reich Minister of the Interior Berlin, 6 September 1944 9255/44 To :a. The Reich Governor [Reichsstatthalter] (State government)b. The Oberpraesidenten (administration of the provincial association)c. The County Presidentsd. The Police President in Berline. The Lord Mayor [Oberbuergermeister] of the Reich capital Berlin.Re:
All Primary Sources / Race Science 1943 Main Bureau for SS Economic Administration Bureau Group Chief D -- Concentration Camp -- DI/l/Az: 14 f 13/L/S Secret order of the day -- No. 612/43 Subject: Action 14 f 13 in the concentration camps. Reference: Local directive DI/l/Az: 14 f 13/0T/S -- Secret
All Primary Sources / Race Science 13 August 1941 The Bishop of LimburgLimburg/fiahm, 13August 1941To the Reich Minister of Justice BerlinRegarding the report submitted on July 16 (sub. ZV,pp.6-7) by the Chairman of the Fulda Bishops' Conference, Cardinal Dr. Bertram, I consider it my duty to present the following as a
All Primary Sources / Race Science 16 November 1939 The Reich Minister of the Interior Berlin, NW 40, Koenigsplatz 6,16 November 1939 IV g 4178 /39-5100 Telephone: Dept. Z, I,11,V, VIII 1100 27 Dept. 11,IV, VI (Unter den Linden 72) ;12 00 34 Tel. Address : Reichsinnenminister To the
All Primary Sources / Race Science 1 September 1939 [Letterhead :A. HITLER]Berlin, 1 September 1939Reichsleiter Bouhler and Dr. Brandt, M. D., are charged with the responsibility of enlarging the authority of certain physicians to be designated by name in such a manner that persons who, according to human judgment, are incurable
All Primary Sources / Race Science 14 July 1933 The Reich Government has passed the following law, which is announced herewith :Par. 1(1)Anyone who is suffering from a hereditary disease can be sterilized by a surgical operation if, according to the experiences of medical science, it is to be expected with