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The Nuremberg Medical Trial Table of Content Page Introduction: Approaches to Representing the Subject 1 Chapter I: The Road to Nuremberg 7 1. The Nuremberg Medical Trial: A Symbol of Broken Trust 7 2. The Hippocratic Tradition and Its Modern Challenges 9 3. Human Experimentation Before the Outbreak of Global War 14 4. Collective Versus Individual Health After World War I: The Primacy 17 of Ideology 5. German Medicine After the Outbreak of World War II 23 6. German Medical Experiments During World War II 26 7. The Jewish Skeleton Collection 39 8. Medical Results of the Experiments 40 Chapter II: The Trial--A Legal Analysis 45 1. The Precedent: The Major Trial Before the International Military 45 Tribunal 2. The Medical Trial 51 A) Preparing the Trial 51 B) Count One: Crimes Against Peace--Conspiracy 59 C) Count Two: War Crimes 62 D) Count Three: Crimes Against Humanity 78 E) Count Four: Membership in Criminal Organizations 85 F) The Verdict and Sentences 89 3. The Trial in Review: How Fair, How Just, How Competent? 91 Chapter III: The Trial--An Ethical Analysis 113 1. Theoretical Background for an Overdue Debate 113 2. Medical Ethics: Hippocrates and National Socialism 127 3. Use and Abuse of Experimental Data 164 Epilogue 178 Notes 181 Bibliography 197
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Nuremberg Medical Trial, Nuremberg, Germany, 1946-1947, War crime trials Germany, Human experimentation in medicine Law and legislation Criminal provisions, Human experimentation in medicine Europe History