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Doctors from hell: the horrific account of Nazi experiments on humans

Publisher Location:Boulder, Colo.. 
Sentient Publications.
2005. 
(English). 
[Record Source: OCLC]
A chilling story of human depravity and ultimate justice, told for the first time by an eyewitness court reporter for the Nuremberg War Crimes Trial of Nazi doctors. This is the account of 23 men torturing and killing by experiment in the name of scientific research and patriotism.
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Record TypeBook
Edition1st Sentient Publications ed.
Physical Descriptionxxvii, 318 p.: ill.; 24 cm.
ContentsOctober 1946, Westover Air Field, Massachusetts -- The Nuremburg War Crimes trials -- The subsequent proceedings -- Case no. 1, the medical case -- High altitude experiments -- Freezing experiments -- Malaria experiments -- Bone, muscle, and nerve regeneration and bone transplantation experiments -- Mustard gas (lost) experiments -- Sulfanilamide experiments -- Sea water experiments -- December 1946 holiday recess -- Epidemic jaundice (hepatitis) -- Sterilization -- Typhus experiments -- Poison experiments -- Incendiary bomb experiments -- Phlegmon, polygal, and phenol experiments -- Jewish skeleton collection -- Euthanasia -- Judgments and sentences in the medical case statistics -- Getting home delayed by Berland crisis --Confronted by Holocaust denial.
ISBN9781591810322