The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
Page 12
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t PAGE TWELVE German Doctors Put on Trial 23 Top Nazi Medical Experts Accused of "Wholesale Murders" NUERNBERG, Dec. 10. (UP) — Twenty - three of Nnzldom's tup medical experts heard themselves accused of "wholesale murder and unspeakafclyerue! tortures" yesterday when they went on trial for ilioir weird experiments on human ijr.i- liea pigs in concentration camps Presiding Justice Waller Bca's of Olympia, Wash., opened Ihc gulnni pit! trial, the first of :> lone l!sc of "subsequent proceedings" In lh e Wake of the conviction of the German Goering gaiis, at 10 o'clock sharp, The inusly old Nuernberg couvi- rpom where the first bis war crimes trial unreeled was packed (or the new trial. The scene wns much the same as when the Nazi lenders were being tried. A splash of color amidst the d'-i-b chamber in lhe Palace of Justice was the bright purple dress -wl'.h white collar worn by llcrta Oberhauser, the only woman among tho defendants. The charges against lhe 23 were crimes against humanity, v.xr crimes, and common design or conspiracy to commit crimes ag.ili^t humanity. Conducted "JJoiisc »f Horrors" They were (he mechanics or the ruthless Nazi program of experimentation on human beings. Their motive was a search for scientific prin- c.iples which could be used in fie German war effort. _ Sterilization, aboi lions, freezing pressure chamber; and other frxu- tastic horrors were practiced without stint by lhe Nazis, according to the charges. ;. The United Slates opened i! s case . againsl the Nazi physicians and medical administrators for their fatal experiments on inmates of concentration ramps who, accnrd- ( Ing to Brig. Gen. Tclford Taylor the chief prosecutor, "came In wholesale lots and were treated Worse than animals." The prosecution's Cl-pagc oo-n- ing statement labeled Ihc trial"PS not merely a trial of persons bill also of a "barbarous system" imcl (AUK.) COUK1K.R NEWS Pueblo, Colorado, Uses Wood for Fuel grave lesson for lhe world. "Those defendants arc responsible for wholesale murder and unspeakably cruel tortures," lhe prjsrcu.. lion said. "It Is our deep obll[!ali.iu lo all Ihc peoples of the world lo show why and how these thliv; happened." " 'I'u Tuke UoliiJuy Krcrss Justice Deals said the openi: U ; slatcnients for the prosecution would be limited to one day and Ihc di;. fense to two days. Court will reccj'i at noon Snlimtay, Dec, 21, until Jan. 2. Among the defendants are the Personal physicians of Hitler ami Hcinrich Himmler. one woman doctor, uml the deputy Retch "health" leader. All of them will hear their fale from the sumo prisoners' box recently occupied by Hermann Goering, Julius Stretcher and fie other Nn/1 officials. Leo Anderson, a former Army major from Duke University, uncovered much of the prosecution e"i- dencc. 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