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- Nazi race and biological ideology : The policies of Nazi Germany, based on the views of Adolf Hitler, which emphasized encouraging the breeding of what he considered to be a superior race and preventing the breeding, or actively killing, what he considered subhuman
- Psychiatry : The subfield of health sciences concerned with mental disorders.
- Nazi medical experiments : Part of The Holocaust was a program of nonconsensual medical experiments, primarily conducted at concentration camps, for which many of those conducted them were tried for war crimes
- Sicherheitsdienst : The intelligence service of the Nazi SS, originally separated into foreign and domestic offices, part of the RSHA
- Nazi euthanasia program : A secret program of Nazi Germany, in which hundreds of thousands of persons were killed, not for medical reasons but because they were deemed, by Nazi ideology, "life unworthy of life"
- Karl Bonhoeffer : (1868–1948) German psychiatrist and neurologist; major early contributor to the classification of psychoses, retired 1937 to be replaced at Charité Hospital by Max de Crinis; refused to participate in Nazi sterilization experiments; father of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
- Walter Schellenberg : (1910-1952) SS-Brigadefuehrer, who headed the SD throughout WWII, which absorbed all other national foreign intelligence organizations of Nazi Germany; testified against major war criminals at the International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg); later received a six-year sentence; commuted before his death from liver disease
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