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  1. Protective Custody in Nazi Germany - Who Was Being Protected?
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  3. Protective Custody in Nazi Germany - Who Was Being Protected?

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Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract In a correctional setting, protective custody is used to separate inmates from the general population for reasons of health and safety.

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Password Changed Successfully Your password has been changed. The entity being protected in protected custody was the Nazi regime. From a article in The Atlantic written by someone who had been imprisoned in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp Originally the term meant the incarceration of people who were threatened by others and who were guarded for their own safety so that they might be protected from their enemies. Language, as Orwell and others have long noted, is a powerful tool of fascists and authoritarians. It all sounds so civilized and palatable, easily digestible to normal folks.