Add to Cart
There are other books to this series:
American Scientist. American Progressive. Nazi Collaborator.
A. E. Samaan
A.R.C. (First Edition)
Harry H. Laughlin was highly important for the Nazi
crusade to breed a “master race.” This American positioned himself to have a
significant effect on the world’s population. During his career Laughlin would:
- ~ Write the “Model Eugenical Law” that the Nazis used to draft portions of the
Nuremberg decrees that led to The Holocaust.
- ~ Be appointed as “expert” witness for the U.S. Congress when the 1924 Immigration
Restriction Act was passed. The 1924 Act would prevent many Jewish refugees from
reaching the safety of U.S. shores during The Holocaust.
- ~ Provide the "scientific" basis for the 1927 Buck v. Bell Supreme Court case that
made "eugenic sterilization" legal in the United States. This paved the way for 80,000
Americans to be sterilized against their will.
- ~ Defend Hitler's Nuremberg decrees as “scientifically” sound in order to dispel
- ~ Create the political organization that ensured that the “science” of eugenics
would survive the negative taint of The Holocaust. This organization would be
instrumental in the Jim Crow era of legislative racism.
H.H. Laughlin was given an honorary degree from Heidelberg
University by Hitler's government, specifically for these accomplishments. Yet, no one
has ever written a book on Laughlin. Despite the very large amount of books about The
Holocaust, Laughlin is largely unknown outside of academic circles.
The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D.C. gave this author
permission to survey its internal correspondence leading up to The Holocaust and before
the Institution retired Laughlin. These documents have not been seen for decades. They
are the backbone of this book. The storyline intensifies as the Carnegie leadership
comes to the horrible realization that one of its most recognized scientists was
supporting Hitler’s regime.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This copy is an A.R.C.
(Advanced Readers' Copy). It is an edited preliminary to the hardcover version that will
be published when all the books in the series are finished. This softcover version will
only be different from the final as the research for the other books in the series
dictate. The first book of the series is titled “From a ‘Race of Masters’ to a
‘Master Race’: 1948 to 1848”. It can be found here on Amazon.com. That first book
of the series is an A.R.C. as well. All A.R.C. versions will be retired
upon the publishing of the hardcover versions.
- Publication Date:
- 0996416307 / 9780996416306
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6.69" x 9.61"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- History / Holocaust