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Pictured above is an historic reënactment of the bitter end that came to a certain Dr. Wertt, of Hamburg, Germany in 1522. The Sixteenth Century was a time when midwives colluded with the church in order to keep the study of obstetrics and gynecology free of males - Wertt's death at the stake was intended to serve as a warning to all other aspiring gynecologists and obstetricians of the male persuasion.

From Amazon.com: Eternal Eve the History of Gynaecology & Obstetrics

     


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The Salad Days of Gynecology (Pathfinder Magazine, 1951)

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