Videos & Lectures

Maike Rotzoll (University of Heidelberg) and Gerrit Hohendorf (Technical University of Munich)

"Medical Research on the Victims of 'Euthanasia': Carl Schneider and the Heidelberg “Research Children” 1942-1945"

(Introduced by: Sheldon Rubenfeld, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston)

[29min18]

 

 

Sabine Hildebrandt (Harvard University, Massachusetts)

"Current Status of Identification of Victims of the National Socialist Regime whose Bodies were used for Anatomical Purposes"

(Introduced by: Volker Roelcke, University of Giessen)

[30min13]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Raphael Toledano (Struthof Museum, Schirmeck)

"Deliveries of Dead Bodies at the Anatomical Institute of the Reichsuniversität Strassburg

between 1941 and 1944"

(Introduced by: Ryan Farrell, Oxford Brookes University)

[30min34]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Andreas Frewer (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg)

"Research in Slave Labour-Camps during National Socialism Round Table Discussion: Evaluating Concentration Camp Research"

(Introduced by: Ryan Farrell, Oxford Brookes University)

[17min24]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Hans-Walter Schmuhl (University of Bielefeld)

"Ernst Rüdin’s Recommendations on Psychiatric-neurological Research during the War

(1942)"

(Introduced by: Sheldon Rubenfeld, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston)

[27min36]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Marius Turda (Oxford Brookes University)

"The Bond of Complicity: Reading Miklós Nyiszli's Memoirs"

(Introduced by: Sari Siegel, University of Southern California)

[39min40; 15 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Gabriele Moser (University of Heidelberg)

"Ordinary Ethics: The Practice of X-Ray-/Radium-Sterilization in Nazi Germany and Associated Medical Scientific Research"

(Introduced by: Aleksandra Loewenaum Oxford Brookes University)

[15min51; 12 slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Rakefet Zalashik (Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva)

"The Testimonies of Israeli Victims/Survivors: Specific Characteristics and Historical Values"

(Introduced by: Aleksandra Loewenaum Oxford Brookes University)

[19min08; no slides]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Michal Simunek (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)

"Informed Testimonies: Medical Experiments in Nazi Concentration Camps In the Reports of Physician-Prisoners from Czechoslovakia, 1945–1989"

(Introduced by: Aleksandra Loewenaum Oxford Brookes University)

[16min01]

 

This paper was presented to the international symposium:

 

Volker Roelcke(University of Giessen)

"Regulating Human Subjects Research: Scope, Limitations, and post-WW II Negotiations on the Research Guidelines/ Reichsrichtlinien of 1931"

(Introduced by: Aleksandra Loewenaum Oxford Brookes University)

[22min21]

 

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