Socialnozdravstvene razmere in organizacija legalne socialnozdravstvene službe za ženske in otroke na nemškem okupacijskem območju: na zasedenem območju Koroške in Kranjske
HEALTHCARE SITUATION AND ORGANISATION OF LEGAL HEALTHCARE SERVICE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT THE GERMAN OCCUPATION ZONE: IN THE OCCUPIED TERRITORY OF CARINTHIA AND CARNIOLA
On the basis of archive sources, literature and the press the author provides a detailed presentation of the organisation of the legal healthcare service as well as, in its context, the legal healthcare for women and children in the part of Slovenia occupied by the Germans. The emphasis lies especially on the outline of the situation in the occupied territories of Carinthia and Carniola. The article provides an insight into the Nazi principles with regard to welfare and healthcare as well as into the ultimate goals of the German occupation authorities, obscured by various healthcare benefits.
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