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==Nazi doctor==
 
==Nazi doctor==
From 1934, Schumann was employed in the Public Health Office in Halle. He was recruited to the air force as a physician in 1939. He joined the [[Action T4|''Aktion'' T4]] Euthanasia program in early October 1939, after a meeting with Dr. [[Viktor Brack]] in Hitler's chancellery. In January 1940, Schumann became head of the [[Grafeneck]] euthanasia centre in Wurttemberg, where mentally ill people were gassed with carbon monoxide in the first gas chamber. In the early summer of 1940, he was ordered to the [[Sonnenstein Euthanasia Centre]]. Schumann also belonged to a commission of doctors called "[[Action 14f13]]", who transferred weak and sick prisoners from [[Auschwitz]], [[Buchenwald]], [[Dachau concentration camp|Dachau]], [[Flossenbürg concentration camp|Flossenbürg]], [[Gross-Rosen concentration camp|Gross-Rosen]], [[Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp|Mauthausen]], [[Neuengamme concentration camp|Neuengamme]] and Niederhangen concentration camps to the euthanasia killing centers.
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From 1934, Schumann was employed in the Public Health Office in [[Halle, Saxony-Anhalt|Halle]]. He was recruited to the air force as a physician in 1939. He joined the [[Action T4|''Aktion'' T4]] Euthanasia program in early October 1939, after a meeting with Dr. [[Viktor Brack]] in Hitler's chancellery. In January 1940, Schumann became head of the [[Grafeneck]] euthanasia centre in Wurttemberg, where mentally ill people were gassed with carbon monoxide in the first gas chamber. In the early summer of 1940, he was ordered to the [[Sonnenstein Euthanasia Centre]]. Schumann also belonged to a commission of doctors called "[[Action 14f13]]", who transferred weak and sick prisoners from [[Auschwitz]], [[Buchenwald]], [[Dachau concentration camp|Dachau]], [[Flossenbürg concentration camp|Flossenbürg]], [[Gross-Rosen concentration camp|Gross-Rosen]], [[Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp|Mauthausen]], [[Neuengamme concentration camp|Neuengamme]] and Niederhangen concentration camps to the euthanasia killing centers.
   
 
==Auschwitz==
 
==Auschwitz==

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