Ò Doctors from Hell: The Horrific Account of Nazi Experiments on Humans Ä Download by ↠´ Vivien Spitz

Ò Doctors from Hell: The Horrific Account of Nazi Experiments on Humans Ä Download by ↠´ Vivien Spitz If I were setting a curriculum for anyone seeking any degree in any medical profession and or governmental profession, I would make this required reading Actually, I think I would make ethics be a required course for all and it would include this book We often think of terrible atrocities carried committed against mankind are only done by the most uncivilized, least advanced societies This book proves that nothing could be further from the truth People need to see what can happen when the state is exalted and science is misused to advance the state and God s teaching to love one s fellow man is rejected It soon becomes all to easy for the individual to be dehumanized If he be considered an enemy to the state he can be referred to as a human guinea pig , or a rabbit , or even material and the results can be horrific I am c Considering the author was the court reporterof course the book is highly detailed She also does a good job reporting from a non insider point of view, especially just about how things were run, how she got to be in the trial and all of that When it came down to the trials themselves and what was said, if you re a world war II buff, this is really good She definitely did a good thing, putting all this information out there If you have any interest in the topic at all this is the book for you.
I personally got the book to find out about the nazi experiments while there was plenty of information on that topic it wasn t really what I was looking for the book focused on her getting to the trial and how it changed her and what she saw bac 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 Men Torturing And Killing By Experiment In The Name Of Scientific Research And Patriotism The Book Includes Trial Transcripts That Have Not Been Easily Available To The General Public And Previously Unpublished Photographs Used As Evidence In The Trial The Author Describes The Experience Of Being In Bombed Out, Dangerous, Post War Nuremberg, Where She Lived For Two Years While Working On The Trial Once A Nazi Sympathiser Tossed Bombs Into The Dining Room Of The Hotel Where She Lived Moments Before She Arrived For Dinner She Takes Us Into The Courtroom To Hear The Dramatic Testimony And See The Reactions Of The Defendants To The Proceedings The Doctors Tell Of Experiments Involving Depriving Concentration Camp Inmates Of Oxygen Freezing Them Injecting Them With Malaria, Typhus, And Jaundice Amputating Healthy Limbs Forcing Them To Drink Seawater For Weeks At A Time And Other Horrors One of my Christmas presents Couldn t we pick something a little cheerful 6 novembre 1946 Vivien Spitz, 22 anni, arriv a Norimberga con l incarico di stenografa al processo ai medici nazisti Vivian, per met tedesca, non voleva credere che i tedeschi avessero veramente compiuto le atrocit di cui si parlava Ascolt e trascrisse le testimonianze di vittime e carnefici Sent descrivere gli esperimenti medici, ud dalla viva voce dei superstiti le sofferenze e torture di brutalit inaudita patite Raccolse 11.
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5 stars, really, but I ll grant it a 4 because it s such a unique perspective on otherwise available information Spitz intersperses her Nuremberg transcripts with personal wartime anecdotes that make it easier to imagine what being in the presence of evil was really like.
On the other hand, the detours outside of the courtroom may be taken as false advertising courtesy of the title of this book It s not, as one might expect, a dispassionate 300 wall to wall pages of Nazi horrors Spitz spends a chapter here and there illustrating postwar Germany and America, and it does take a while for her to bring us into the court with her young self I was a bit impatient in the beginning, but by the end and after a dozen chapters illuminating some of the most upsetti

Uf Pokud jsem k Laskav m bohyn m doporu ovala otrlost, tak na tohle j , pros m, m jte je t n kolikan sobn tolik, bylo to toti okuj c a odporn.
Mengeleho a jeho experimenty zn nejsp ka d , ale toho zde ne ekejte u jen proto, e po v lce nebyl souzen a uprchl do Ji n Ameriky , ekejte naopak mnohem m n zn m nacisty, kte t prov d li experimenty na lidech.
Vivien Spitz je americk stenografka, kter byla p tomna u Norimbersk ch pov le n ch proces s 23 nacistick mi ,,l ka i a kn ka je tak vlastn shrnut m toho kdo jak experimenty na lidech v koncentra n ch t borech prov d l, v etn v atk ze sv dectv ob alovan ch i sv dk Konkr tn jsou zde kapitoly o pokusech simuluj c ch pobyt ve velk ch nadmo sk ch v k ch, experimenty s podchlazen m i mal ri , pokusy t kaj c se regenerace sval , n Well written book, but I felt a bit hoodwinked The title suggested a comprehensive picture of the atrocities committed by medical professionals within the Third Reich However the book is really a summary of court room testimonies as recorded by one of the court reporters The author also gives a brief glimpse in to the climate physical and emotional of Nuremberg during the secondary trials and her life after returning to the US.
Interestingly, one of the witnesses for the prosecution was Dr Eugon Kogon who survived a concentration camp I think it was Dachau His book, written shortly after liberation of the camp, gives a much better account of experiences in the camp You can find it here Documented history, hopefully never to be lost A fresh approach to the Nuremberg trials and the atrocities of the Holocaust Spitz, the youngest court reporter during this time of testimony, writes with a profound sense of truth and a no nonsense dedication to facts.

Vivien Spitz is an American journalist best known for her coverage of the Nuremberg Trials and her advocacy on behalf of Holocaust awareness.