Introduction to case for crimes against humanity (Opening of the medical trial)

The Human Rights subseries (Boxes 285-289) documents the wide range of atrocities carried out in the name of National Socialism. This material is arranged thematically and consists primarily of trial briefs and translated German documents. The most thoroughly covered topics are the concentration camp and slave labor systems. Reports detail the implementation of Nazi Antisemitism, medical experiments conducted in concentration camps, and the psychology of inmates. Other subjects include the plundering of art treasures, the suppression of Christianity, and the Germanisation of occupied territories. Opening Statement in the Doctors Trial by Brig. General Telford Taylor. Includes document titled: German Police as Executioner. Annotated.
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