All right, I've thought about this idea for a piece I wish to write. It's of course a work in progress, but give me some feedback about what you think. A historical fiction set in the late 1930's in Nazi Germany. This piece will explore the euthanasia programs in place in Hitler's Third Reich, which were known as "Life unworthy of life." Children with developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome, autism, etc. who were deemed racially unwanted were some of the first experiments in gassing humans to kill etc. This lasted for some years until public outcry concerning the questionable nature of these deaths and the supposed unfortunate deaths caused the Nazis to abandon it in 1940-1941. My idea is as follows: The main character, a young married soldier and wife (SA or SS maybe) have a young son who is autistic, or course the word isn't used then, but character development alludes to this. His attitudes to serving the State change as he becomes more aware of the atrocities being committed in hospitals where he hopes to have his son treated, or the soldier is somehow involved with (I'm working on how to get that into the plot) The eventual outcome is that the soldier fights to get the knowledge public, save his son, and expose to many families, the fates of their children and to stop the murders. Yes, I'm new obviously at writing. I know about Nazi history better than most and I'm researching into everything historical I can find out about this topic. I am also the parent of an autistic son, so I have plenty of experience in that. I was also a soldier too, so I can add that insight to the character. So, someone let me know. Does this sound like something to be pursued? Let me know.