Child K, Ausmerzen, Zoo Station


A word regarding “Zoo Station” by David Downing which you already saw on this blog. It is the first volume of the stations series and yes, yet another historical novel page-turner.

But it is the first time that I read in a novel a not so widely-known dark page of history.

Like Marco Paolini in “Ausmerzen” and  the italian short movie “Child K.”  it also deals with the events which brought to mass euthanisation of disabled or slightly disabled children and adults in nazi Germany.

You can listen to an interview abotu this topic also in today’s Zaza’

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