Karl Brandt: The Nazi Doctor: Medicine and Power in the Third Reich
Some sixty years after the Nuremberg trials, interest in the leading figures of the Third Reich continues unabated. Here, Ulf Schmidt recounts the meteoric rise of one of Hitler's most trusted advisers, Karl Brandt.
As Reich Commissioner for Health and Sanitation, Karl Brandt became the highest medical authority in
Ulf Schmidt presents an incisive study of Brandt's political power as a way of exploring the contradictions
This book is the first major biography of Brandt, featuring substantial unseen documentation, and a lasting reminder of the horrors of the Third Reich.
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Review: Karl Brandt: The Nazi Doctor: Medicine and Power in the Third ReichUser Review - Carl Rollyson - Goodreads
"Karl Brandt: The Nazi Doctor, Medicine and Power in the Third Reich" is the first full biography of Hitler's escort physician, who became the Reich Commissioner for Health and Sanitation, and the ... Read full review
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Great book if you want to learn more about the medical issues of the nazi regime. Read full review
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