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Mug shot of Wilhelm Beiglböck
|Born||10 October 1905
Hochneukirchen, Lower Austria
|Died||November 22, 1963
Buxtehude, Lower Saxony, Germany
|15 years imprisonment, later commuted.|
|Conviction(s)||Crimes against humanity at Dachau concentration camp.|
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Franz Josef Beiglböck (born October 10, 1905, Hochneukirchen, Lower Austria, Austria – November 22, 1963, Buxtehude, Lower Saxony, Germany) was an internist and held the title of Consulting Physician to the German Luftwaffe during World War II.
Beiglboeck was a defendant in the Nuremberg Doctor's Trial. He was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. His sentence was commuted to 10 years and from 1952 - 1963 he served as the chief physician at Hospital of Buxtehude.
- Alexander Mitscherlich / Fred Mielke: Medizin ohne Menschlichkeit - Dokumente des Nürnberger Ärzteprozesses, Lamberg und Schneider, Heidelberg 1949, ISBN 3-596-22003-3.
- Ernst Klee: Das Personenlexikon zum Dritten Reich - Wer war was vor und nach 1945. Fischer, Frankfurt a.M. 2003, ISBN 3-10-039309-0.
- François Bayle: Croix gammée contre caducée. Les expériences humaines en Allemagne pendant la deuxième guerre mondiale. Neustadt 1950.
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