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Monday, October 24, 2016

In Munich found collection of brains of victims of Nazi experiments

Collection of brains was discovered during reconstruction of the building of the Institute of psychiatry max Planck Society in Munich. It can be assumed that the remains belong to victims of the Nazi experiments that were conducted in order to “improve the human race.”

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Dozens of human brains were in the collection of Nazi neurobilogy, a member of the National socialist German workersparty to Julius of Hallervorden, reports Gizmodo.

It is known that he was the head of the Department of neuropathology, Institute of brain research, the Kaiser Wilhelm (now the Institute named after max Planck), the reconstruction of which was made a terrible discovery.

Hallervorden used for their experiments, the brain of prisoners and mentally retarded people. In addition, he regularly received medical samples from other German physician Josef Mengele, known for his brutal criminal experiments on prisoners of Auschwitz. On this basis, the publication concludes that the found in Munich the remains belong to victims of the Holocaust.

All brain samples will be studied. If scientists can identify the person killed, their remains will be buried in a mass grave and on the tombstone will write the names of the victims.


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