Talk:Leo Alexander

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Doctors of infamy 1949[edit]

The article read «In Doctors of Infamy (1946), he suggested that political drive and cowardice were the main motives behind the Nazis' use of torture on human subjects. The dictatorship had subjugated medicine to non-scientific ends, such as the accrual of power: "rational utility" trumped morality.[1]» I commented this out. A book by this title appeared in 1949, by Alexander Mitscherlich and Fred Mielke; hence I am not sure if the given source is cited correctly here. See also new article on Doctors of infamy. Could someone maybe check Kindwall 1949 and correct the article accordingly? Thanks. --Jackentasche (talk) 08:31, 28 March 2014 (UTC)

@Jackentasche:--the 1949 book review says that the book has six authors, of whom Alexander was one. This doesn't agree with the text of the book's article that you pointed out. Outriggr (talk) 01:39, 19 June 2018 (UTC)
    • ^ Kindwall, 1949.