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All those with hereditary illnesses or who were severely mentally and physically handicapped were classified as "lives unworthy of life" (lebensunwertes Leben).

They would, in terms of natural selection, be "eliminated".

Moreover, only a people as racially pure as possible could maintain the "struggle for existence".

To maintain or improve the Nordic-Germanic race, therefore, the laws of eugenics or the (biologistically oriented) "racial hygiene" would have to be strictly observed, that is, the promotion of the "genetically healthy" and the elimination of the "sick".

This children's hospital was directly connected to the University Children's Hospital of Leipzig and its director, Werner Catel.

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