Funny enough, the history teacher I mentioned above said that the experiments had well-kept records and the allies used the knowledge obtained by the results in their own medical books.RevisionistHM wrote:Today we had a debate about the supposed experiments. Everyone else felt that the experiments were horrible and done just for fun and according to her "nothing good at all came of it". I said that I remembered reading somewhere about how they were trying to find a typhus vaccine and that if that was the case, then that is something "good" that came from these supposed experiments.
A discussion over wether or not it should be used is here:
"Nor, however, should we let the inhumanity of such experiments blind us to the possibility that some "good" may be salvaged from the ashes"
I could only get the first page:
also uploading it.