Medical Expirements/Nazi Docters

Collin ruckman

Overview of Holocaust

The holocaust was a horrible/worst time in which the Jews were killed and people of the religious type or differences. They would be captured and put into concentration camps and then who knows what. This time came whenever Hitler came into power and had a hatred toward Jews. The Nazis also belived they were a "master race" meaning that they were better than anyone else, but about a million germans joined the Nazi side for reasons being that the Germans wanted to control and kill and etc.

Definition/Background Information

Medical experiments of many kind were tested during the holocaust in concentration camps and maybe other places, but they were mostly tested on Jews of the holocaust.

The experiments mostly consisted on survivability of humans in extreme cases or weather to prove Nazi doctors "theories" of many kind that some were successful but as for the subjects of these experiments were badly damaged or crippled as a result maybe even permanent.

Orginial Research Question

Q: What harsh experiments were performed on the people in the concentration camps?

A: Experiments ranged from drinking salt water, Putting them in harsh wartime conditions, and even putting them in freezing temperatures and all other horrible experiments

Q:What was the purpose of the Campaign that the Nazis put up?

A: To cleanse German society of peoples ideas because they saw it as a biological threat to nations health.

Quote

"The world has never seen such an outrageous violation of the oath taken by doctors to work for the good of their patients."

"Our starting point is not the individual, and we do not subscribe to the view that one should feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, or clothe the naked. . . . Our objectives are entirely different: We must have a healthy people in order to prevail in the world."

Citations

Marrus, Michael Robert. The Victims of the Holocaust. Westport: Meckler, 1989. Print.


Stein, R. Conrad. The Holocaust. Chicago: Childrens, 1986. Print.


www.ushmm.org Nazi racial science Nazi doctors. Etc.

Wigoder, Geoffrey. The Holocaust. Danbury, CT: Grolier Educational, 1997. Print. (used for 2 researches)


United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2016.