397 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Consists chiefly of "brief descriptions of the various experiments, with supporting evidence in the form of reprinted materials collected from primary and secondary sources"--P. 33.
Includes an appendix listing doctors who conducted medical experiments (p. 339-387).
Includes bibliographical references (pages 389-397).
The nazification of German medicine -- The experiments. Introduction ; Typhus ; Malaria ; High altitude ; Hypothermia ; Seawater ; Polygal ; Phlegmone and sepsis ; Infectious hepatitis ; Surgical experiments ; Incendiary bombs and phosphorus burns ; Mustard gas and phosgene ; Sulfonamides ; Tuberculosis (tbc) ; Poisons ; Liver biopsy ; Nutrition ; Allopathic and homeopathic experiments ; The Ahnenerbe ; The Rajsko Institute ; The Jewish skeleton collection ; Sterilization ; Miscellaneous -- Nazi research and medical ethics -- Ethical codes.