Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Hiltgunt Margret Zassenhaus, M.D. (1916-2004)
MSA SC 3520-13570

Sources:


Newspaper/magazine articles - (chronological order)

"Zassenhaus, Hiltgunt Margret, 1916-."  The Baltimore Evening Sun, 12 June 1963.

"Dr. Zassenhaus of Towson, named Nobel candidate." The Baltimore Sun, 11 February 1974.

"Books: Walls: Resisting the Third Reich - One Woman's Story." Baltimore Magazine, April 1974.

"Apathy Created Hitler Era and Watergate, Doctor Says." The News American, 20 October 1974.

Dreifus, Claudia.  "The Power of Conscience."  The Nation, 15 February 1975, 184-185.

"One of the Minority: Walls, By Hiltgunt Zassenhaus."  The Economist, 3 May 1975.

"Dr. Zassenhause Acts on Her Convictions. The Evening Sun, 28 July 1976.

Dorsey, John.  "Life Is What You Put Into It."  The Baltimore Sun, 25 September 1977.

Kobren, Gerri.  "Beyond Walls: Zassenhaus Still Fights Nazi Tactics."  The Baltimore Sun, 31 January 1983.

Ercolano, Patrick. "It Had To Be Done." The Baltimore Sun Magazine, 22 September 1985.

"War is the destruction of the human soul." The Evening Sun, 24 September 1985.

Feiler, Alan. "Into Tragedy With Open Eyes." The Baltimore Jewish Times, 24 April 1987.

Lyons, Sheridan.  "Dr. Hiltgunt Zassenhaus, 88, Secretly Aided Nazis' Victims."  The Baltimore Sun, 21 November 2004.

"Zassenhaus, Dr. Hiltgunt M."  The Baltimore Sun, 5 December 2004.


Books - (alphabetical order)

"H. M. Zassenhaus."  Baltimore County Women, 1930-1975.  Prepared by the Towson Branch of the American Association of University Women.  Published by The Sunpapers.

Cosner, Shaaron and Victoria Cosner.  Women Under the Third Reich: A Biolographical Dictionary.  London: Greenwood Press, 1998.

Sim, Kevin.  Women at War: Five Heroines Who Defied the Nazis and Survived.  New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1982.

Stegman, Carolyn B.  Women of Achievement in Maryland History.  Forestville, MD: Anaconda Press, 2002.

Zassenhaus, Hiltgunt.  Walls: Resisting the Third Reich - One Woman's Story.  Boston: Beacon Press, 1974.


Online sources - (alphabetical order)

Contemporary Authors Online, Gale 2006.  Reproduced in Biography Resource Center.  Farmington Hills, MI: Thompson Gale, 2006.
http://galenetgroup.com/servlet/BioRC.  Accessed on 18 July 2006.


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