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Nurses in Nazi Germany:
Moral Choice in History
Bronwyn Rebekah McFarland-Icke

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"Thoughtful, sensitive, and revealing, this book brings something new to the discussion of the perpetrators in the Nazi era, particularly those associated with the medical profession. This is history 'from the bottom up' of the very best kind."--Robert Gellately, Strassler Professor in Holocaust History, Clark University

"Nurses in Nazi Germany is bold, meticulously researched, and insightfully argued. Its topic is an important and relatively neglected one. Attracting general readers and scholars alike, the book should have a very long shelf life--not simply as the definitive history of Nazi nursing but as a major contribution to bioethics literature and ethics more broadly."--Robert N. Proctor, Professor of the History of Science, Pennsylvania State University

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