Ethics. Research. Community.

Nazi medicine: doctors, victims, and medicine in Auschwitz

Publisher Location:New York. 
Howard Fertig.
[Record Source: OCLC]
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Edition1st Howard Fertig pbk. ed.
Physical Description1 v. (various pagings); 22 cm.
ContentsPt. 1. "Anus Mundi" -- Criminal Pharmacological Experiments of Inmates of Auschwitz -- Sterilization and Castration Through the Use of X-rays in Auschwitz -- Block ten in Auschwitz -- The Use of Phenol in Auschwitz-Birkenau -- Experimental Typhus in Buchenwald -- "Guinea Pigs" in Ravensbrück Concentration Camp -- Criminal Experiments with Tuberculosis in Nazi Concentration Camps -- SS Men in the Auschwitz "Health Service" -- Remarks on the Ethics of Nazi Physicians -- The Frankfurt Trial -- Attitude of the International Auschwitz Committee Regarding the Frankfurt Verdict -- Pt. 2. Introduction -- Health Service in the Auschwitz Main Camp -- The Organization and Administration of the Camp Hospital in Auschwitz -- The Doctors Found a Way Out -- Waiting Room for the Gas Chamber -- From "Guinea Pig" in Auschwitz to Head of the Hospital in Birkenau -- Dentistry in Auschwitz -- Block Nine of the Auschwitz Camp Hospital -- Pt. 3. The Hospital in the Family Camp for Gypsies in Auschwitz-Birkenau -- The Camp Hospital in Buna -- The Polish Health Service in Auschwitz -- Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau -- The Polish Red Cross Camp Hospital After the Liberation of Auschwitz -- The "Women's Hospital" in Birkenau -- At the End of 1942 and the Beginning of 1943 -- Report of a Midwife in Auschwitz -- "It is Not Permitted to be Sick" -- Children in Auschwitz.