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Los Diarios Secretos del Doctor de Hitler de David Irving

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David Irving
The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor
Windsor: Focal Point Publications, 2009

Publicado por primera vez en 1983, The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor es uno de los más impresionantes –pero menos celebrados- trabajos de investigación histórica de Irving, Read more …

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David Irving’s The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor

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David Irving
The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor
Windsor: Focal Point Publications, 2009

First published in 1983, The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor is one of David Irving’s less celebrated but most impressive works of historical detective work, now back in print in a beautifully redesigned edition with a detailed index.

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How About Fascist Medicine?

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Editor’s Note:

Apropos of the current consternation about “Obamacare,” we offer this reprint of an earlier article for discussion.

Most productive Americans hate the idea of socialized medicine since they think that they will pay more into it than they will get out of it, and they are right. Americans who take care of their health— Read more …

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How About Fascist Medicine?

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Most productive Americans hate the idea of socialized medicine since they think that they will pay more into it than they will get out of it, and they are right. Americans who take care of their health—i.e., exercise and avoid smoking, junk food, excessive drink, and recreational drugs—should also hate the idea of socialized medicine, Read more …

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Werner Forssmann & Cardiac Catheterization

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In October 1956 a provincial German physician named Werner Forssmann received a telephone call from Stockholm, Sweden notifying him that he had been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Reportedly, his puzzled response was: “For what?” Read more …

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Alexis Carrel:
A Commemoration, Part 3

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Reflections on Life

Three of Carrel’s books were published posthumously, Reflections on Life[1] being particularly instructive in further explicating Carrel’s views on civilization. Read more …

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Alexis Carrel:
A Commemoration, Part 2

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In addressing the artificiality of food as a modern degenerative cause, Carrel states:

Our life is influenced in a large measure by commercial advertising. Such publicity is undertaken only in the interest of the advertisers and not of the consumers. Read more …

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Alexis Carrel:
A Commemoration, Part 1

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Alexis Carrel, 1873–1944

Part 1 of 3

[M]en cannot follow modern civilization along its present course, because they are degenerating. They have been fascinated by the beauty of the sciences of inert matter. They have not understood that their body and consciousness are subjected to natural laws, more obscure than, but as inexorable as, the laws of the sidereal world. Neither have they understood that they cannot transgress these laws without being punished.

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