Disability as Genocidal Marker in Nazi Germany
The methods used for mass extermination in the Nazi death camps
originated and were perfected in earlier use against people with
physical, emotional, and intellectual disabilities. Developed
from the article by Dr. Mark Mostert, this website describes the
historical context of attitudes toward people with disabilities in
Germany and how this context produced mass murder of people with
disabilities prior to and during the early years of World War II.
Click on the image to the left to enter the site, or read
the full article
text by Dr. Mark Mostert.
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