Suffer the Children

Purvis, Andrew
April 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/3/2000, Issue 13, p47
Reports on the ruling in the murder trial of former Nazi and alleged killer Heinrich Gross that the case be suspended indefinitely due to Gross' failing mental health. Role as a former doctor at Spiegelgrund which was one of the child euthanasia clinics set up by the Third Reich; Description of the medical procedures and debilitating experiments which Gross performed on children at Spiegelgrund; Details of Gross' distinguished career as a pediatric neurologist.


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