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Professor Eugen Gildemeister Concentration Camp Buchenwald - Signed Arbeitsbuch For Sale
I combine shippingmega rare signature concentration camp Buchenwald human experiments According to the strict rules, I do NOT sell to Germany, Austria and Italy also not to middlemen who have friends in America or European states whereto I sell.Original labor booklet, issued in 1936 by the job center to a German named Erich Saehr who worked as lab assistant in the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. The amazing is, thatGerman Professor Eugen Gildemeisterink signed this booklet on the stamp "Prussian Institute of infectious diseases Robert Koch". Eugen Gildemeister is listed on German Wikipedia who wrote about him: Eugen Gildemeister was a German bacteriologist and President of the Robert Koch Institute. Gildemeister was involved with medical Typhus experiments on inmates of concentration camp Buchenwald. After the Nazis came to power, Gildemeister became director and vice president of the Robert Koch Institute in 1935. He was a member of the NS doctors League. He was significant involved in decision and planning of pseudo medical experiments on inmates of concentration camps Buchenwald, Natzweiler, Sachsenhausen and Dachau. He was concerned with extraction of a Typhus vaccine. On March 3rd, 1942, he was present as 145 inmates of camp Buchenwald had been wilful infected with Typhus. Five of those inmates died during the experiment, but altogether 250 people didn´t survive his experiments. On May 8th, 1945, the day of German surrender, Gildemeister committed suicide in Berlin. The offered labor booklet is in a very good condition !
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Professor Eugen Gildemeister Concentration Camp Buchenwald - Signed Arbeitsbuch: $77