Inhuman Research: Medical Experiments in German Concentration Camps
More than sixty years after the events, the medical experiments conducted in German concentration camps remain a relatively little known chapter of the Holocaust historiography. Being a survivor of the Holocaust and a medical school professor, the author felt a moral obligation to research this subject. After discussing the nazification of German medicine, Inhuman Research documents the various experiments followed by their ethical evaluation. The book also includes the names and biographical data of the doctors actively involved in the experiments, with photos of the main perpetrators.
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