Emil Kaschub was a German doctor who conducted experiments on Nazi concentration camp prisoners. On the instructions of the Wehrmacht, healthy prisoners were subjected to applications and injections of toxic substances. The subsequent wounds, often festering and blistered, were documented for "scientific" enlightenment.
- Auschwitz, A History in Photographs; ed. Teresa Swiebocka; Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, 1990.
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