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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  View of Hadamar about 1900
  Commemorative plate on wall on bunker No. 17 in Fort VII
  Sonnenstein castle

Question 2: Others who privately protested were the Lutheran theologian Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, who was director of the Bethel Institution for epileptics at ________, and Pastor Paul-Gerhard Braune, director of the Hoffnungstal Institution near Berlin.

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Commemorative plate on wall on bunker No. 17 in Fort VII
  This poster reads: "60,000 Reichsmarks is what this person suffering from a hereditary disease costs the People's community during his lifetime. Comrade, that is your money too. Read '[A] New People', the monthly magazine of the Bureau for Race Politics of the NSDAP." (about 1938)
  Schloss Hartheim where over 8000 people were euthanized.

Question 4: In 1941, however, the centres at Bernberg and Sonnenstein increased their operations, while Hartheim (where Wirth and ________ were successively commandants) continued as before.
Christian WirthFranz StanglOdilo GlobocnikGustav Wagner (SS officer)

Question 5: The July 1933 "Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring" prescribed compulsory sterilisation for people with a range of conditions thought to be hereditary such as schizophrenia, ________, Huntington's chorea and "imbecility".
EpilepsyLafora diseasePartial seizureGeneralised epilepsy

Question 6: ________ was initially sentenced to three years after the war, then in 1960 was tried again and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
EinsatzgruppenSchutzstaffelAugust BeckerHeinz Jost

Question 7: The Gauleiter of ________, Erich Koch, likewise had 1,600 patients killed.
Royal PrussiaWest PrussiaBrandenburg-PrussiaEast Prussia

Question 8: ________),[67] although it does have some relation to involuntary euthanasia.
Assisted suicideDeathSuicideVoluntary euthanasia

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Viktor Brack Organiser of the T4 Program
  Mental patient, March 1934
  Grafeneck castle

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  A plaque set in the pavement at No 4 Tiergartenstraße commemorates the victims of the Nazi "euthanasia" program.
  Sonnenstein castle
  Commemorative plate on wall on bunker No. 17 in Fort VII
  Schönbrunn Psychiatric Hospital, 1934. Photo by SS photographer; Franz Bauer


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