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Hermann Alois Boehm (27 October 1884, Fürth, Bavaria - 7 June 1962, Gießen) was a German eugenicist, doctor, professor of 'Racial Hygiene' and SA-Sanitäts-Gruppenführer during the National Socialist era. Hermann Boehm became a member of the Nazi party on March 24, 1925 with registration number 120. Boehm was an ordinary professor of racial improvement at Giessen from January 1, 1943 until the end of World War II.