Life Unworthy of Life: Racial Phobia and Mass Murder in Hitler's Germany

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INDEX
Abel, Wolfgang41
Abjection, 120-22, 124, 132, 140, 216n36
Adler, Teresa, 48
Alford, Fred, 181
Aly, Götz, 156-57
Améry, Jean, 67-68, 113, 140-41, 208n4
American Journal of Public Health and Nation's Health, 43-44
American Medical Association, xiv
Ancestry, certificates testifying to, 39
Ansbach, 159
Anti-Semitism, xiii, 19, 54, 80, 193; eliminationist, xiv; and group identity, 82, 83, 112, 115, 119; and Hitler, 16-17, 37, 115; and the indifference thesis, 85, 86; Kershaw on, 162; and the phobic group, 112, 115, 119; and popular media, 60
Anxiety, vii, 132, 135, 146, 148
Anzieu, Didier, 141, 144-45, 147-48
Arad, Yitzhak, 8
Arendt, Hannah, 72, 163; on animal pity, 130, 132; on the banality of evil, 7, 140-41; on bureaucratic mentality, 7, 69, 82, 165; and the "functionalist" argument, 81; and Hilberg, 9
Aryan race, 31, 38, 62-63, 145, 186; and the Blood Protection Law, 50-52; and the of the Kultur-group, 140; and extermination centers, 160; and the identification of non-Aryans, 40; medical treatment of, xvii-xviii, 51, 53; and the phobic group, 118, 122; and the Sterilization Law, 39; Auschwitz concentration camp, xiv, 8, 12, 26, 81, 103, 167; acts of resistance in, 169; and the Auschwitz self, 74, 105-7; Broszat on, 4; commandant of, 30; construction of, 86; and economic conditions, 173; Friedländer on, 167; intelligentsia sent to, 52; Katz on, 79; killing of newborns at, 113-14; medical experiments at, 63, 92, 96, 98; murder of children at, 183; number of bodies processed in, 67; personal effects of Jews from, 15-16; and the phobic group, 113-14, 117, 119-20; physicians at, 73-74, 107; remains of, 192; sale of Jewish female subjects from, 65; selections at, 129-30; survivors of, 13, 48-49, 67, 113-14, 124, 128-30, 140-41, 171-72, 174; transportation of Jews tofrom, 17, 90-91; and the uniqueness of the Holocaust, 123, 124, 128-30, 162-63; Wiesel on, 3

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