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The dangers of white supremacy: Nazi sterilization and its mixed-race adolescent victims

Abstract

Mixed-race African German and Vietnamese German children were born around 1921, when troops drawn from the French colonial empire occupied the Rhineland. These children were forcibly sterilized in1937. Racial anthropologists had denounced them as “Rhineland Bastards,” collected details on them, and persuaded the Nazi public health authorities to sterilize 385 of them. One of the adolescents later gave public interviews about his experiences. Apart from Hans Hauck, very few are known by name, and little is known about how their sterilization affected their lives. None of the 385 received compensation from the German state, either as victims of coerced sterilization or as victims of Nazi medical research.The concerned human geneticists went unprosecuted.

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Authors

Weindling, Paul J.

Oxford Brookes departments

Department of History, Philosophy and Culture

Dates

Year of publication: 2022
Date of RADAR deposit: 2022-04-11


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