In this history of medicine and the medical profession in the Third Reich, Michael Kater examines the career patterns, educational training, professional organization, and political socialization of German physicians under Hitler. His discussion ranges wicomfortable lifestyle (at between 5, 000 and 16, 000 marks per annum), there were only five dentists who did as well (Table 1.1). Two years later the physicians still earned almost twice as much as their distant cousins in dentistry. ... unsightlier models converted with wood-burning generators, or by the Fiat Topolino, the gasoline-powered midget on license from fascist Italy, or by the humble bicycle.
|Title||:||Doctors Under Hitler|
|Author||:||Michael H. Kater|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 2000|