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Collection Lavine Collection of Eichmann Materials
Title Evidence Docket No-087 for Nuremberg Trial
Accession number 2015.2
Catalog Number 2015.2.108
Object Name Correspondence
Description Office of U.S. Chief of Counsel Subsequent Proceedings Division APO-124-A. U.S. Army.
Staff Evidence Analysis, Criminal Organizations. By: Henry Sachs. Date: 8 August 1946. Doc. No. or other description: NO-087. Title and/or general nature: Establishment of a collection of skeletons.
This document termed "Top Secret" is a letter of Sievers to Eichmann. After referring to a letter of 25 Sept 42 and several personal coversations Sievers informs Eichmann that the latters' associate Dr. Beger who had been in charge of the project had concluded his experiments at Auschwitz on 15 June 43 because of the danger of epidemics. He then gives figure on the concluded undertaking; 115 persons were experimented on (79 Jews, 30 Jewesses, 2 Poles, 4 Asiatics). The prisoners are being kept under quarantine and segregated by sex in two hospital buildings at Auschwitz concentration camp.
Subjects Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals (Germany : 1945-1946)
War crime trials
Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962
Imagefile 005\20152108.JPG
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