In 1932, the Third International Congress on Eugenics elected as its president Dr. Ernst Rudin, a psychiatrist who directed the various branches of the Rockefeller-founded/funded Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in Germany, and designated Rudin president of the worldwide Eugenics Federation.
In 1933, Rudin was commissioned by Hitler's Minister of the Interior to write a sterilization law for Germany.
Law for the Prevention of Hereditary Diseases in Posterity was modeled on statutes already passed in Virginia and other states in the U.S.
When Adolf Hitler
and the Nazi Party came to power in Germany, Ernst Rudin
praised Hitler, giving credit to him because "the dream we have cherished for more than thirty years of seeing racial hygiene converted into action has become reality."
11 The most famous among those transported was Dr. Ernst Rudin, psychiatrist at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy and Demography
in Berlin, where the Rockefeller family paid for Dr. Rudin
to occupy an entire floor with his
eugenics 'research.' Dr. Rudin
had addressed the International Federation's
1928 Munich meeting, speaking on 'Mental Aberration and Race Hygiene,' while others (Germans and Americans) spoke on race-mixing and sterilization of the unfit.
had also led the German delegation to the 1930 Mental Hygiene Congress in Washington, D.C.
"At the Harrimans' 1932 New York Eugenics Congress, Ernst Rudin was unanimously elected president of the International Federation of Eugenics Societies.
This was recognition of Rudin
as founder of the German Society for Race Hygiene
, with his
co-founder, Eugenics Federation
vice president Alfred Ploetz.
"As depression-maddened financiers schemed in Berlin and New York, Rudin was now official leader of the world eugenics movement.
Components of his
movement included groups with overlapping leadership, dedicated to:
The foundation paid for a 1930-35 anthropological survey of the 'eugenically worthwhile population' by Nazi eugenicists Rudin
, Verschuer, Eugen Fischer, and others."
Through funding the "research" of Ernst Rudin
and Otmar Von Verschuer, they also financed the horrific experimentation of Verschuer's medical commandant, Josef Mengle, the "Angel of Death" of Auschwitz whose experiments on children, especially twins, provided scientific data for the Kaiser Wilhem Institute