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Doctors of infamy; the story of the Nazi medical crimes,

Author: Alexander Mitscherlich; Fred Mielke
Publisher: New York, Henry Schuman [©1949]
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Mitscherlich, Alexander, 1908-1982.
Doctors of infamy.
New York, Henry Schuman [©1949]
(OCoLC)647110052
Named Person: August Hirt; August Hirt
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Mitscherlich; Fred Mielke
OCLC Number: 14672124
Notes: "In part, a translation of Das Diktat der Menschenverachtung."
The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Description: xxxix, 172 pages illustrations, portraits
Contents: Statement by Dr. Andrew C. Ivy --
Statement by Brigadier General Telford Taylor --
Statement by Dr. Leo Alexander --
A note on medical ethics by Albert Deutsch --
Twenty-three doctors : the indictment --
Experiments involving high altitude (subjection to low pressure), low temperature, and the drinking of the sea water --
Experiments with typhus and infectious jaundice --
Experiments with sulfonamide, bone-grafting, cellulitis, and mustard gas --
Collection of skulls of Jews for Strassburg university --
The euthanasia program. Direct extermination of racial groups and undesirable patients. Experimental work in mass sterilization --
Publisher's epilogue : Seven were hanged --
Appendix : The meaning of guilt.
Responsibility: by Alexander Mitscherlich and Fred Mielke. Tr. by Heinz Norden ...

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