The Nazi "Eutanasia" in Slovenia in 1941
The author first gives an account of the Nazi "euthanasia", i. e. the killing of the mentally ill and the physically debilitated, in the German Reich and then in Slovenia. In the occupied Slovene provinces the Germans committed this crime upon more than 583 persons put to death at Hartheim castle near Linz in the spring of 1941.
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