Thursday, September 22, 2011

Eugenics Female Serial Killers: Two Austrian Doctors, Marianne Tuerk & Margarethe Heubsch - 1946


FULL TEXT: London, Tues – Dr Ernst Illing (42), who is on trial with two women assistants for the mass murder of 250 children, admitted killing “a certain number” of them, says Reuters man in Vienna.

Women are Drs Marianne Tuerk (32) and Margarethe Heubsch (43). All three claimed that the alleged murders were ordered from Berlin to “purify and improve the physical standards of the German race.”

They are said to have given overdoses of veronal, luminol and morphine to children afflicted with mental, lung and other diseases. Dr Jekelius and Professor Heyde, who are alleged to be implicated in the mass killings of children at Steinhof Hospital near Vienna are missing.

Dr Jekelius was once reported to be engaged to Paula Hitler, the Fuehrer’s sister and housekeeper.

[“Child Murders,” Daily News (Perth, Australia), Jul. 16, 1946, p. 3]

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Dr. Marianne Türk sentenced to ten years' imprisonment at the People's Court. Information on the outcome for Dr. Margarethe Heubsch has not yet been located by this editor.

At least two other women were tried as participant in the child murder conspiracy: Dr. Margaret Nicely was acquitted and the nurse Anna Katschenka to eight years in prison.

Decades following the trials of the late 1940s, “The Child murders at Spiegelgrund” was back in the news. It has been discovered that the dismembered bodies murdered by the eugenics doctors had been not only kept but had been continued to be used for medical experiments by the institution in which the crimes had taken place.

Public outcry finally resulted in the treatment of the remains of 600 of the tiny victims of the medical serial killers. There were buried in a grave of honor at the Vienna Central Cemetery April 2002.

[Source: “Kindermord am Spiegelgrund” (Innocents at Spiegelgrund) & “Institutionelle Bemäntelung - Kindermord am Spiegelgrund” (Institutional cover up - Massacre at Spiegelgrund), website: wien.at]

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The plague illustrated is part of a monument called “Salzburg STUMBLING BLOCKS: An art project for Europe” initiated by artist Gunter Demnig. The project is directed against forgetting the victims of government-directed euthanasia [based on the philosophy of eugenics, in the USA today, under the aegis of genetic science, called “bioethics” or “transhumanism.”

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