What am I supposed to say? I love it? Will never happen! Easy to read, but disgusting to say the least. I hope all Nazi's and similar thinking individuals rot in hell!Published 3 months ago by disappointed
A great book and I would recommend it to anyone going into PSY or any interest in the subject. -Published 4 months ago by Amanda Bates
To me, it is boring to read. I did learn a lot about the operation of the death camps though. There is a line in the book about "going from being selected to up in smoke in 30... Read morePublished 5 months ago by The Garden Guru
It was scary to see how ordinary doctors became complicit in the whole killing of innocent people. They lost the focus on the person / patient as their personal responsbility and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Kummer
Thank you so much for this book. 20 years ago I lent my 1st edition, hard back to a neighbor and never got it back. It was on my "to re-buy" list and I found it! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Laura Ann Bachelder
it satisified my interest in nazi doctors, although, i was more interested in their training of which there was little mentioned.
Tough subject, but well researched and riveting account of the "medicalization of killing."
This is a must read for any serious student of the Nazi war machine.
I read this for a book group. Not something I would have picked to read on my own, but glad to have read it. The analysis is a bit repetitive and bogged me down quite a bit. Read morePublished 22 months ago by gojohnnylawrence
The first third of the book is the most interesting and gives a detailed account of how the Nazi Party took control of the medical profession as it existed at the time in Germany. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by WRR