Nazi Eugenics and Euthanasia - and Their Return
The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines euthanasia as bringing about "a gentle and easy death"; and eugenics as "the production of fine offspring by improvement of inherited qualities". Although the two issues are separate, they often go together in practice, the most notorious example being Nazi Germany.
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