doctors at the Nazi death camps wore black
uniforms with a skeleton's head on their hats, the
motto Unsere Ehre heisst Treue on their belts and
their symbol was the double S-rune. They had sworn
eternal faith to Adolf
Hitler and they were his most ruthless henchmen,
men often seen as the very personifications of evil.
The camp doctors tortured men, women and children and
did medical experiments of unspeakable horror during
Victims were put into pressure chambers, tested with
drugs, castrated, frozen to death. Children
were exposed to experimental surgeries performed
without anesthesia, transfusions of blood from one to
another, isolation endurance, reaction to various
stimuli. The doctors made injections with lethal germs,
sex change operations, removal of organs and limbs.
These masterminds of death were found to be quite
psychologically normal. They were men of fine standing,
husbands who morning and night kissed their wives,
fathers who tucked their children into bed. But
murders, brutalities, cruelties, tortures, atrocities,
and other inhuman acts were an everyday occurrence.
- Louis Bülow
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