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This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Karl al. Govemaeot froa tb at Nuernberg subsequent to the International Hilitary tribunal held in the ease city. Also included in this publication are a alnute book, the official court file, order and judgnent books, cleeeney petitions, and finding aids to tho docuatencs. The transcripts of this trial, asseobled in 2 sets of SO bound voluMS 1 set in Ceraao and 1 in English , are the recorded dally trial proceedings.
The prosecution and defense briefs and anawers are also in both languages but unbound, as are the final pleas of Che defendants delivered by counsel or defendants and subaitcad by the attorneys to the court.
The defense exhibits, also unbound, are predotflnantly affidavits by various persons. They are arranged by neae of defendant and thereunder nuMrically. Both prosecution docuoent books and defense document books consist of full or partial translations of exhibits into the English language, loosely bound in folders, they provide an indication of the order in which the exhibits were presented before the tribunal.
The order and judgment'books, in two bound voIums, represent the signed orders, judgments, and opinions of the tribunal as well as sentences and conitaent papers. Cleaency petitions of the defendants, in five bound voluaes, were directed to the.
The finding aids sumarize transcripts, exhibits, and the official court file. Case I was heard by U. Hilitary Tribunal 1 froaNoveaber 21, , to August 2 7, The Brandt case was E of 12 separate proceedings held before several U. Military Tribunals at Nuernberg in the U. Onited SSutee v. Flick Case Industrialist 6 6 Carl Frauah ct al. Military Govern- Dent Ordinances Nos. The procedures applied by U. Military Tribunals in the subsequent proceedings were patterned after those of the International Military Tribunal and further developed in the 12 cases, which required over 1, days of court sessions and generated more than , transcript pages.
The following medical experiments were conducted: 1. High altitude: to investigate effects of low pressure on persons. Greeting: to test human reslstanco to extemely low temperatures. Kalaria: to develop controls over the. Sulfanilamide: to test the efficacy of the drug in bone Kiscle aod nerve regeneration and hone transplantation. Seawater: to test methods of rendering seawater potable.
Epidemic iaundice: to develop an antitoxin against the disease. Sterilization: to test techniques for preventing further propagation of the mentally and physically defective.
Typhus: to investigate the value of various vaccines. Poison: to test the efficacy of certain poisons. Incendiary bomb: to find better treatment for phosphorus bums.
The prosecution alleged and the judgment confirmed that these experiments were not isolated ects of individuel doctors and scientists on their own responsibility but thet they were the. They were carried out with particular brutality, often disregarding all established medical practice. The euthanasia program was the direct result of e directive by Hitler of September 1, It resulted In the secret killing not only of aged, insane, incurably ill, end deformed German citizens in sanatorixims in Germany but also in the clandestine murder of foreign workers.
The killing in gas chambers and by injections in the sanetorlums served as a proving ground for these forerunners of much larger installations in the mass extemination camps. In addition to these experiments, over concentration eanp iniiates were killed for the purpose of obtaining their skeletons.
Their ghastly remains were found io Strassburg by Allied troops. Reich CooDissloner for Health and Sanitation. Medical Service of the Air Force and Chief of. WilhelB Beiglboeck: Consulting physician to the Luftwaffe. Adolf Pokomy: Physician, specialist in skin and venereal diseases. The indictaent consisted of four counts. Count one charged participation in a ccoaon design or conspiracy to cosit war crimes or crises against humanity. The ruling of the tribunal disregarded this count j hence no defendant ns found guilty of the criM charged in count one.
Count two was concerned with war criMs and count three, with erlaes against huasnity. Fifteen defendants were found guilty, and eight were acquitted on these two counts. The transcripts also contain the arraignment and plea of each defendant all pleaded not guilty , opening and closing steteaents of defense and prosecution, and the judgment end sentences, which acquitted 7 of the 23 defendants Blome, Pokomy. Postock, F uffi Schaefer, and Melts. The letters at the top of each page indicate morning, afternoon, and evening sessions.
Several hundred pages axe added to the transcript volumes and given nuabtr plus letter designations, such as page number e, Pege 1 in volume 1 English Is preceded by pages numbered , while the last page of volume 2B English is followed by pages niabered The first itea in the arranfeaent of the prosecution exhibits is usually a certificate listing the doouaent nuaber, a short description of the exhibit, and a stateaent on the location of the original docuaent of the exhibit.
The certificate is followed by the docuaent, the actual prosecution exhibit aost of which are photostats , and a few niaeographed articles with an occasional carbon of the original. In rare cases the exhibits are followed by translations or additional certificates. A few exhibits are original docuaents, such as: Ibit No.
Exhibit No. Following exhibit S70 is a tribiBial exhibit containing the interrogation of three cltitens of the Netherlands.
Nuaber was not assigned, and exhibit S19 is followed by Side and S19b. There are exhibits for the defendants. The translations in the prosecution docuaent bocks are preceded by indexes listing prosecution docuaent nuabers, biased descriptions, end page nuabers of the translation. They are generally listed in the order in which the prosecution exhibits were introduced late evidence before the tribunal.
Pages of prosecution docuaent book 1 are aissing. Books 12, 16, and 19 are followed by addenda. The dociaent books consist largely of Bimeographed pages. The defense docoent books are similarly arranged. The corresponding exhibit nuabers are generally not provided. There axe several unlndexed supplesents to nuabered docuaeot books.
Frosecution and defense briefs are arranged alphabetically by naaes of defendants; final pleas and defense answers to prosecution briefs follow a similar? At the beginning of roll 1 are filmd hey docuaents froa ivhich Tribunal 1 derived its jurisdiction: the Moscow Declaration, U. Executive Orders and Following these docuaents of author! These docunents are followed by the trenscript covers giving such inforaacion as naae and nuaber of case, volume numbers, language, page numbers, and inclusive dates.
They axe followed by suaaaries of the doily proceedings providing an additional finding aid for the transcripts. The exhibits are listed in an Index, which notes type of exhibit, exhibit nuaber and naae, corresponding document nuaber and document book and page, a short description of the exhibit, end the date when it was offered in court.
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