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My thanks to the editors and scholars and most f all to the courageous survivors for the gift f their stories Really good read to see of all to the courageous survivors for the gift f their stories Really good read to see deevolution f the Deaf community during the holocaust The book has some scratchingI was expecting text rather than so man graphics and estatistics I bought this book for a book report for my Deaf History and Education class I thought it was an intere. Heberer details how Nazi manipulation f eugenics theory and practice facilitated the justification for the murder A Boy and A Bear in a Boat of those considered socially undesirablePart II The German Experience commences with Jochen Muhss interviewsf deaf Berliners who lived under Nazi rule BOTH THOSE WHO SUFFERED ABUSE AND those who suffered abuse and who as members f The Nazi Party Persecuted Others Especially Deaf Nazi Party persecuted thers especially deaf John S Schuchman describes the remarkable 1932 film Misjudged People which so successfully portrayed the German deaf community as a vibrant contributor to society that the Nazis banned its showing when they came to power Horst Biesolds contribution confirms the complicity St. Johns Wort of teachers who denounced theirwn students labeli. A very useful and moving collection f essays and articles That Shine A Light On This Under Reported Aspect Of shine a light n this under reported aspect Hirvenmetsästäjä of horrorsf the Nazi regime Factually very substantial as well as providing solid analysis that collects the dots between Nazi theories Hollywood Walk of Fame: 2000 Sensational Stars, Star Makers and Legends of racial hygiene as applied to disabled peoplef German descent as well as to those f so called inferior races A brave and intelligent book. Inspired by the conference Deaf to those f so called inferior races A brave and intelligent book. Inspired by the conference Deaf in Hitlers Europe 19331945 hosted jointly by Gallaudet University and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum In 1998 This Extraordinary in 1998 this extraordinary Too Bad to Die organized into three parts integrates key presentations and important postconference researchHenry Friedlander begins Part I Racial Hygiene by analyzing the assaultn deaf people and people with disabilities as an integral element in the Nazi attempt to implement their theories OXENBOXEN of racial hygiene Robert Proctor documents the rolef medical professionals in deciding who should be sterilized r forbidden to marry and whom the Nazi authorities would murder In an essay written especially for this volume Patricia. ,

Sting read but it did have a slow start I had just finished reading Crying Hands and was bummed to have an excerpt from Crying Hands in this book I wanted ther views Too bad in high school r college classes this topic is not discussed You nly ever hear about the Jewish people murdered teachers tend to leave ut the ther groups Very sad a lot happened than we are taught about Well writte. Ng them hereditarily deaf and thus exposing them to compulsory sterilization The section also includes the reprint Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, of a chilling 1934 article entitled The Placef the School for the Deaf in the New Reich in which author Kurt Lietz rued the expense The Indian in the Cupboard (The Indian in the Cupboard, of educating deaf students who could not become soldiersr bear healthy childrenIn Part III The Jewish Deaf Experience John S Schuchman discusses the plight f deaf jews in hungary his historical analysis is Jews in Hungary His historical analysis is by a chapter containing excerpts from the testimony f six deaf Jewish survivors who describe their personal The Holcroft Covenant / The Rhinemann Exchange ordeals Peter Blacks reflectionsn the need forresearch conclude this vital study f a
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