Der Mordparagraf in der NS-Zeit 978-3-16-156150-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Martina Plüss

Der Mordparagraf in der NS-Zeit

Zusammenhang von Normtextänderung, Tätertypenlehre und Rechtspraxis – und ihr Bezug zu schweizerischen Strafrechtsdebatten

[The Murder Paragraph in the National Socialist Era. The Connections between Changes to Texts, Perpetrator Typology and Legal Practice, and their Relation to Swiss Criminal Law Debates.]

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The murder paragraph that came into force in 1941 largely corresponds to today's Section 211 in the German Criminal Code. Martina Plüss traces the history of its development and asks who was responsible for its introduction, what the origin of its wording is, and whether a perpetrator typology is inherent in the murder paragraph.
The murder paragraph that came into force in 1941 largely corresponds to today's Section 211 in the German Criminal Code. Martina Plüss traces the history of its development and asks who was responsible for its introduction, what the origin of its wording is, and whether a perpetrator typology is inherent in the murder paragraph.
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Martina Plüss Geboren 1986; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft in Zürich und Luzern; 2014–15 Wiss. Assistentin am Lehrstuhl für Rechtsgeschichte, juristische Zeitgeschichte und Rechtstheorie an der Universität Luzern; 2015 Auditorin am Kantonsgericht Zug; 2016 Substitutin bei einer Anwaltskanzlei in Zug; 2017 Promotion.
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Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: H-Soz-u-Kult — http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2019–2-115 (5/2019) (Sebastian Felz)
In: Zeitschr.f.d.ges.Strafrechtswiss. — 133 (2021), 1138–1139 (Arnd Koch)
In: Juristenzeitung — 2019, 351 (Friedrich-Christian Schroeder)