German doctors say sorry for Nazi crimes

May 2012
Evening Standard;5/25/2012, p33
GERMANY'S medical association has adopted a declaration apologising and seeking forgiveness for the sadistic experiments of doctors under the Nazis. It said many were "guilty of scores of human rights violations". In addition to experimenting on concentration camp inmates, doctors took part in the euthanasia of the mentally ill.


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