Newsgroups: alt.revisionism,soc.history,sci.med Subject: Holocaust Almanac: Dr. Horst Schumann Summary: Nazi doctor uses x-rays for human sterility experimentation Followup-To: alt.revisionism X-Remember: http://www.nizkor.org/ X-Search: http://search.nizkor.org/search.html "In the autumn of 1942, Schumann was ordered to Auschwitz again. He was to test the mass sterilization of Jews by means of x-rays. ... He chose his test persons himself. They were always young, healthy, good-looking Jewish men, women and girls who looked like old people afterwards. The parts of the body that were tredated with the rays were burnt, suppurating. Often the intestines were also affected. Many died. Part of Schumann's control tests, to check whether the radiation had worked, was the so-called semen check: a stick covered with a rubber hose was inserted into the rectum of the victim and the glands stimulated until ejaculation occurred so that the ejaculate could be tested for sperm." (Klee, 53) Work Cited Klee, Ernst. "Turning the tap on was no big deal" - The gassing doctors during the Nazi period and afterwards, Dachau Review 2, History of Nazi Concentration Camps, Studies, Reports, Documents, Volume 2. edited by Wolfgang Benz and Barbara Distel, published for the Comite International de Dachau, Brussles. Verlag Dachauer Hefte, Alte Roemerstrasse 75, 8060 Dachau. 1990.
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