Table of contents for Man, medicine, and the state : the human body as an object of government sponsored medical research in the 20th century / Wolfgang U. Eckart (Ed.).


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Christian Bonah
'You should not use our Sengalese infantrymen as guinea pigs'.
Human vaccination experiments in the French army, 1916-1933 .........      15
Wolfgang U. Eckart, Andreas Reuland
First principles: Julius Moses and medical experimentation in the
late Weimar Republic.................................. ....................................  35
Alexander Neumann
Nutritional physiology in the "Third Reich" 1933-1945.......................  49
Peter Steinkamp
Pervitin (Metamphitamine) tests, use and misuse in the German
Wehrmacht ..........................................................................................  61
Volker Roelcke
Funding the scientific foundations of race policies: Ernst Riidin
and the impact of career resources on psychiatric genetics,
ca.  1910-1945  .......................................................................................... .  73
Anne Cottebrune
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Found) and
the "Backwardness" of German human genetics after World War II:
Scientific controversy over a proposal for sponsoring the discipline ......  89
Karl Heinz Roth
Flying bodies - enforcing states: German aviation medical research
from 1925 to 1975 and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.................... 107
Florian Schmaltz
Otto Bickenbach's human experiments with chemical warfare agents
and the concentration camp Natzweiler ................................................  139
Wolfgang U. Eckart, Hana Vondra
Disregard for human life: Hypothermia experiments in the Dachau
concentration  camp  .............................................................................  157
Till Bdrnighausen
Barbaric research -Japanese human experiments in occupied China:
Relevance, alternatives, ethics..............................................................  167
Gabriele Moser
From Deputy to "Reichsbevollmachtigter" and defendant at the
Nuremberg medical trials: Dr. Kurt Blome and cancer research
in  National Socialist Germany  ...................................... ......................  199
Marion Hulverscheidt
German Malariology experiments with humans, supported by the DFG
until  1945  .......................... .. ..... .... ............................. ....  221
Paul Weindling
From medical war crimes to compensation: the plight of the victims
of human  experiments ......................... ............... .... .......................  237
James H. Jones
The Tuskegee syphilis experiment.......................... .. ................. 251
Susan E. Lederer
Darkened by the shadow of the atom: burn research in 1950s
America  .................................................................................................  263
David Rothman
Back to first principles: First World research in Third World
countries  ........................ ......... . ....................................   279



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