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IN History & Culture ON 15 Sep, 2016
Nazism- One of the darkest times on the Earth. We all have heard of the bloodthirsty acts of harassment done by the Nazis which led to the end of innumerable lives. None was left untouched of the cruelty of the Nazis.
Killings, mass gassing of people and other inhuman acts were done everyday, leaving the world aghast. It was a long night for the victims of Nazis before they could sense freedom.
And today, I hereby bring you the lesser known facts of the Nazi atrocities.
The purpose of this experiment was to test several different ways to make sea water drinkable through a variety of desalinization processes. In the experiment, there were 44 experimental subjects comprising of four different test groups: no water, sea water, sea water processes by the Berka method, sea-water without salt. In order to gather data, the subjects were given either liver or spinal cord punctures. Also, they received no food during the experimental process.
Many victims ended up having excruciating torture, diarrhea, convulsions, hallucinations, foaming at the mouth, madness, and even death.
An experiment was done by the Nazi army, which has been trying to develop a vaccine against tuberculosis, where they wanted to prove that it is not contagious. 20 Jewish children were taken as samples by dissecting the lymph nodes in the armpit. But ultimately the test led to failure, and the children were hanged Bullenhuser Damm to evade detection of the Union Army.
Nazi troops conducted frozen human Dachau in detention with the aim to treat the soldiers who have to play with the cold weather, where the trail was immersed in a bucket of ice. Results of which led to the deaths of over 100 people.
The lives of the Jews surprisingly became essential because of the shortage of labor but certainly when the war ended, over 300,000 victims were sterilized, where they were given radiation treatment and surgery.
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Nazi Army used the twins for experiments that were going to help them win a war, which involved a series of tests on them, where the twins were surgically sewn to each other from shoulder to shoulder comprising them to be a conjoined twins. More than 1,500 pairs of twins in Auschwitz concentration camp from 1943 to 1944 were being experimented. But a few victims died.
The people who did not die in the concentration camps at once, they were not given a mercy of quick death, rather were forced to simply stand in a room without food or water until they died.