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Fluoride and Eugenics  With completed research in their files and Hitler's plan for the future, the first occurrence of purposefully putting sodium fluoride into drinking water took place in the German ghettos of the early 1930's, and shortly afterwards the infamous prison camps of the 30's and 40's. Instead, their reason for adding sodium fluoride to the drinking water was to sterilize humans and chemically force the people in their concentration camps into a calm 'sheeple' submission.

Winner of the ‘Fittest Family’ eugenics award at the Kansas State Fair in Topeka, KS, 1925

Photograph of Harry H. Laughlin and Charles Davenport at the Eugenics Records Office. Courtesy of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.

Laughlin and Charles Davenport at the Eugenics Records Office. Courtesy of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives.

10 Terrifying Nazi Doctors You’ve Never Heard Of

So sickening. Herta_Oberheuser, 10 Terrifying Nazi Doctors You’ve Never Heard Of

A survivor of the Hadamar Institute shows war crimes investigators a uniform belonging to a Polish prisoner that he has plucked from a pile of clothing removed from victims of the euthansia killings.

A survivor of the Hadamar Institute shows war crimes investigators a uniform belonging to a Polish prisoner that he has plucked from a pile of clothing removed from victims of the euthansia killings.

We have rounded up some random and interesting photos that you probably have not seen before.

We have rounded up some random and interesting photos that you probably have not seen before.(I was absolutely dumbfounded by the medical bill.So unbelievably ridiculous!

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Still from a Nazi film when a doctor makes the decision to euthanise his wife who has a critical illness. used to justify Nazi euthanasia programme Don't think it could happen again? It's already happening in Holland. Started out under the guise of assisted suicide but now is full blown euthanasia program. Don't vote for assisted suicide! It always leads to this!

Still from a Nazi film when a doctor makes the decision to euthanise his wife who has a critical illness. used to justify Nazi euthanasia programme

Wow. That's amazing, and so brave of her to do that while people yelled at her to die. She's amazing.

Ruby Bridges - an American hero. She is still around - and so are all the Conservatives who screamed and threw things at her and the other heroic CHILDREN.

desirable vs eugenics

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eugenically "desirable" female traits (from Scheinfeld, _You and Heredity_, via

A los 18 años de edad Lilly Jacob fue deportada con su familia – junto a la mayoría de los judíos de Hungría - en la primavera de 1944. ...

A los 18 años de edad Lilly Jacob fue deportada con su familia – junto a la mayoría de los judíos de Hungría - en la primavera de 1944. ...

A female survivor at Hadamar. She had been committed there five years earlier, judged insane because she had a Jewish boyfriend. The Hadamar Euthanasia Centre (NS-Tötungsanstalt) was a psychiatric hospital in the German town of Hadamar, used by the Nazis as the site of their T-4 Euthanasia Programme, which performed mass sterilizations and mass murder of "undesirable" members of Nazi society with physical and mental disabilities. About 14,000 adults and children died there.

A female survivor at Hadamar. She had been committed to the facility five years earlier after being judged insane because she had a Jewish boyfriend.

A Day in the History- 28th July 1941 A special commission created by Heinrich Himmler arrived at Auschwitz. Its main task was to select prisoners who would soon become the part of the 'Euthanasia Program'. This program was initially only for the incurably ill, but it was extended in 1940 to Jews and in the middle of 1941 to prisoners of concentration camps READ MORE : https://www.instagram.com/p/BIanxgYBQgo/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

A Day in the History- 28th July 1941 A special commission created by Heinrich Himmler arrived at Auschwitz. Its main task was to select prisoners who would soon become the part of the 'Euthanasia Program'. This program was initially only for the incurably ill, but it was extended in 1940 to Jews and in the middle of 1941 to prisoners of concentration camps READ MORE : https://www.instagram.com/p/BIanxgYBQgo/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

In 1910, Harry H. Laughlin (shown at left measuring individuals) became superintendent of the Eugenics Record Office (ERO) research facility at Cold Spring Harbor, New York. He ardently pursued the goals of the institution and regularly lectured to various groups on eugenics (the science of improving human populations by selective breeding

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