Holocaust Nazi Experiments on people
Nazi's did lots of experiments on people like Jews, mostly.They did lots of things like put them in hot water. They also tested medicine on them.People rated out Jews for there own safety Nazi's hated Jews.
The third category of medical experimentation sought to advance the racial and ideological tenets of the Nazi worldview.
Nazi leaders considered to be racially or genetically undesirable.
There, scientists tested a number of methods in their effort to develop an efficient and inexpensive procedure for the mass sterilization of Jews, Roma, and other groups
Other gruesome experiments meant to further Nazi racial goals were a series of sterilization experiments, undertaken primarily at Auschwitz and Ravensbrueck.
Natzweiler and Sachsenhausen, prisoners were subjected to phosgene and mustard gas in order to test possible antidotes.
Began in Germany in September 1919 when Hitler joined the political party known as the (German Workers' Party); the name was changed in 1920 to the Nationalsozialism Deutsche Arbeiterpartei NSDAP National Socialist German Workers' Party, commonly known as the Nazi party.
Nazis Burning and doing medical experiments on Jews at Auschwitz
Neighbors rating out jews for safety for themselves 1940
Medical experiments at Auschwitz on mostly jews some were other without blonde hair and blue eyes 1918-1924
1940’s Adolf started taking control of not only germany but other countries as well
1918-1924 Hitler started killing people without blonde hair and blue eyes even tho he didnt have it himself
Burned people to get rid of the evidence that the person or people were killed 1940
Put people in a room and sprayed gas that would knock them out or kill them, It’s sudden death. 1940
Tested medicine for people who were sick, ( only Blonde hair and blue eyes) To cure them 192
Experiments on prisoners, Like disability or death to use on others.
During World War III, a number of German physicians conducted painful and often deadly experiments on thousands of Concentration camp prisoners without their consent.
The research of August Hirt at Strasbourg University also intended to establish "Jewish racial inferiority."
Natzweiler and Sachsenhausen, prisoners were subjected to phosgene and mustard gas in order to test possible antidotes
German Experimental Institution for Aviation conducted high-altitude experiments, using a low-pressure chamber, to determine the maximum altitude from which crews of damaged aircraft could parachute to safety. Scientists there carried out so-called freezing experiments using prisoners to find an effective treatment for hypothermia. They also used prisoners to test various methods of making seawater potable.
scientists tested immunization compounds and sera for the prevention and treatment of contagious diseases, including malaria, typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, yellow fever, and infectious hepatitis
5 people involved to
Adolf Hitler Leader of the people who were doing experiments on Jews
Nazi soldiers killing people like Jews
Jews, They were the ones who got experimented on and killed
Scientist doing medical experiments like using medicine on them
People who wasn't Jewish but were friends with a Jew and rated them out for there own safety
Hero during Holocaust
a spiritual leader of the town of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon and as a man clearly driven by ethical and religious convictions, spoke against discrimination as the Nazis were gaining power in bordering Germany and repeatedly asked his congregation to help protect “the people of the Bible.
What is important about my topic why should people remember it
People should remember this time period because it was one of the most racist time period of life for people with out blonde hair and blue eyes, Mostly for Jews when they hear the word Holocaust they feel violated.
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