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Dr. Leo Alexander, a psychiatrist and neurologist whose research disclosed that millions were murdered in World War II concentration camps because their Nazi guards were too “meek” to. View history. Leo Alexander describes Nazi human experimentation during the Doctors' Trial. Leo Alexander (October 11, 1905 – July 20, 1985) was an American psychiatrist, neurologist, educator, and author, of Austrian-Jewish origin. He was a key medical advisor during the Nuremberg Trials. After a few fruitless days at Dachau, Alexander opened his investigation by interviewing Nazi scientists near Munich who had been involved in hypothermia research. The Germans had lost thousands of pilots and sailors in the cold seas of the North Atlantic during the war. Fifty-nine years ago, Dr Leo Alexander published his now famous report on medicine under the Nazis. In his report he describes the two major crimes of German physicians. The participation of physicians in euthanasia and genocide and the horrible experiments performed on concentration camp prisoners in the name of science. Dr. Leo Alexander, a prominent American psychiatrist, was the chief U.S. medical consultant at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials that judged Nazi leaders following World War II. One question in particular perplexed him: Why was the German medical profession unable to effectively resist the Nazis?. —Maj. Leo Alexander, U.S. Army doctor who served as aide to the chief counsel of the Nuremberg war-crimes trial and authored an oft-cited 1945 report on the Dachau hypothermia experiments. While. In 1945, the British researcher Kenneth Mellanby refl ected on the use of soldiers and conscientious objectors in experiments he had conducted during World War II. Military subjects “nearly always,” Expand 5 Repositioning the Patient: Patient Organizations, Consumerism, and Autonomy in Britain during the 1960s and 1970s Alexander Mold Medicine. 10 août 2010 · In a conversation with Dr. Leo Alexander, a forensic medical expert at the trial, Brandt described Nazi medicine's conception of individual well-being vis-à-vis the demands of national health (Volkskörper): “We German doctors regard the state as an individual which is the primary object of our medical duty, and we therefore do not shy away from destroying an agglomeration of, for example. 1 août 1997 · Dr. Alexander demonstrated in Medical Science Under Dictatorship that by the early 1940s, the German medical profession had become fully implicated with the Nazi regime and its death camps. Moreover, he outlined how this monstrous outcome originated from small beginnings. At the Nuremberg "Doctors Trial," Dr. Leo Alexander points at scars on the leg of Unburdened by even the slightest sense of humanity, the Nazi hypothermia experimenters, on the other hand, let. The power to perpetuate the fascist totalitarian ideology of the Nazis. Dr Leo Alexander, a psychiatrist, summarizes this historical fact: Tt was left to the Nazi dictatorship to make medical science into an instrument of political power - a formidable essential tool in the complete and effective manipulation of totalitarian control.1. Nomenon. As early as 1949, Dr. Leo Alexander questioned whether members of the American medical profession had been "infected" with "Hegelian, cold-blooded, utilitarian philosophy" that would make them sus- ceptible to "departures [from traditional medical norms] of the type that occurred in Germany. Nazi physicians subjected her to pseudo-medical experiments with sulfanilamide drugs. They infected her leg with tetanus bacteria and then made an incision in the leg. Maria's leg became swollen and extremely painful, and she developed a very high fever. She was extremely sick until the end of 1942 and continued to suffer chronic leg pain for decades later. When the Germans tried to execute.