English | ISBN: 0752454021 | 2016 | EPUB | 120 pages | 2.16 MB
Between 1939 and 1945 the Nazi regime systematically murdered hundreds of thousands of adults and children with physical and mental disabilities. Their ‘euthanasia’ programme was designed to eliminate anyone who, according to Nazi ideology, threatened the purity of the German race.
Hitler’s Forgotten Victims explores the development and workings of this nightmarish process, a relatively neglected aspect of the Holocaust, drawing on the rich historical record as well as scores of exclusive interviews with disabled Holocaust survivors.
It includes the ‘Children’s Killing Programme’, in which tens of thousands of children with physical and mental disabilities were murdered by their physicians, usually by starvation or lethal injection, as well as the Aktion T4 programme, in which adults with disabilities were disposed of in six official centres, and the development of the Sterilisation Law, which allowed the forced sterilisation of at least 500,000 young adults with disabilities.
Mega E-books Pack (2013)
Malware Centric E-book Collection
Huge Electricity, Magnetism, Aether, Free Energy, Healing – EBooks Collection
Premium IT eBooks Collection
Huge Encyclopedias – EBooks Collection
Osprey Publishing – Military History Books Collection
Gale Encyclopedias – Full Pack
IT Books Collection (Basic – Intermediate – Advance)
Medicinal and Aromatic Plants – 50 Volume Set
Doctor Who ebooks Collection
Learning HTML Ultimate Collection
Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection
Great Royal Web Design Pack
Civil Engineering Geotechnical books
Luftwaffe Colours Collection
For More Rare Movies Check out my blog!
Hitler's Forgotten Victims: The Holocaust and the Disabled Download, Warez, DDL, Free, Torrent, Legal.