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Capital punishment and anatomy: history and ethics of an ongoing association.
How the Pernkopf controversy facilitated a historical and ethical analysis of the anatomical sciences in Austria and Germany: a recommendation for the continued use of the Pernkopf atlas.
Anatomy in the Third Reich: Careers disrupted by National Socialist Policies.
The case of Robert Herrlinger: a unique postwar controversy on the ethics of the anatomical use of bodies of the executed during National Socialism.
Research on bodies of the executed in German anatomy: an accepted method that changed during the Third Reich. Study of anatomical journals from 1924 to 1951.
Wolfgang Bargmann (1906-1978) and Heinrich von Hayek (1900-1969): careers in anatomy continuing through German National Socialism to postwar leadership.
Swedish-German contacts in the field of anatomy 1930-1950: Gösta Häggqvist and Hermann Stieve.