In this presentation Dr. Zillmer will discuss previously unavailable psychological records on more than 200 Nazi war criminals, collected and analyzed after World War II. Based on these data about the Nazi hierarchy, rank-and-file members of the party, and non-Nazi collaborators, Dr. Zillmer will discuss the many psychological facets of Nazi war criminals, and the nature and etiology of cultural and ethnic genocide.
This presentation -- based on Dr. Zillmer's book, _The Quest for the Nazi Personality: A Psychological Investigation of Nazi War Criminals_, which has been featured on National Public radio and the History Channel -- will appeal to anyone interested in the history of Nazism and its effect on the world.
The lecture will start at 6:15 PM, at
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
19 South 22nd Street
Philadelphia PA 19103
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