Documents the fate of dentists from Berlin who were persecuted, expelled, or murdered for racist or political reasons between 1933-39; most of these (591) were Jews. Surveys the events which led to the exclusion of non-Aryan or politically undesirable dentists. Mentions the large number of Jews among the dentists and physicians, and, on the other hand, the strong affinity to Nazism among non-Jewish dentists and physicians. Examines the attitude of the dental profession's press to matters of eugenics and euthanasia. Deals also with the emigration of Jewish dentists. Contains lists of "undesirable" dentists in Berlin between 1933-39.