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[The history of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society during the Third Reich. Interim reports of the president's commission of the Max Planck Society].
Nervenarzt 2002; 73(11):1107-11N

Abstract

In 1997 the Max Planck Society set up a presidential commission to do research on the historical development of its precursor organization, the Kaiser Wilhelm Society (KWG), during the Third Reich. This paper presents some of the important results given in the interim reports of this commission that are relevant to psychiatry. It focuses on brain research, anthropology, psychiatric genetics, and the role of the well-known biochemist Adolf Butenandt. In general, the interim reports reflect the numerous links between the biomedical research of the KWG and the institutions of the National Socialist (Nazi) state. However, they do not yet allow a final historical assessment as to the complex situation of this field of research during National Socialism.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie, München, Germany. mmw@mpisykl.mpg.de

Pub Type(s)

Biography
English Abstract
Historical Article
Journal Article

Language

ger

PubMed ID

12430055

Citation

Weber, M M.. "[The History of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society During the Third Reich. Interim Reports of the President's Commission of the Max Planck Society]." Der Nervenarzt, vol. 73, no. 11, 2002, pp. 1107-11.
Weber MM. [The history of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society during the Third Reich. Interim reports of the president's commission of the Max Planck Society]. Nervenarzt. 2002;73(11):1107-11.
Weber, M. M. (2002). [The history of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society during the Third Reich. Interim reports of the president's commission of the Max Planck Society]. Der Nervenarzt, 73(11), pp. 1107-11.
Weber MM. [The History of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society During the Third Reich. Interim Reports of the President's Commission of the Max Planck Society]. Nervenarzt. 2002;73(11):1107-11. PubMed PMID: 12430055.
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