Trials and prosecution With studies of the complicity of the medical profession in the crimes of the Third Reich on the rise, there is a question raised of the extent
of justice brought down upon the doctors during the international trials after World War II.
Of the 48 identified dentists, 22 were station in at least one concentration camp.
 Results of trials 47 male dentists and one female dentist were identified in one of the studies.
 The collection was done with the active and voluntary cooperation of German dentists.
Kriegsjugendgeneration members were influenced by National Socialism at a young age and this generation was the most important generation for the National Socialists for recruitment.
The archetypical accused dentist was male, lived in a traditional family, was a part of the National Socialist Workers’ Party (NSDAP) and the Waffen-SS (Schutzstaffel), and
belonged to the Kriegsjugendgeneration.
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