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characters The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis review The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis 103 review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Arthur Allen From a laboratory in wartime Poland comes a fascinating story of anti Nazi resistance and scientific ingenuity Few diseases are gruesome than typhus Transmitted by body lice it afflicts the dispossessed―refugees soldiers and ghettoized peoples―causing hallucinations terrible headaches boiling fever and often death The disease plagued the German army on the Eastern Front and left the Reich desperate for a vaccine For this they turned to the brilliant and eccentric Polish zoologist Rudolf Weigl In the 1920s Weigl had created the first typhus vaccine using a method as bold as it was dangerous for its use of liv. We always hear that disease kills soldiers than bullets and the king of battlefield diseases was typhus passed along by body lice Weigl was a Pole of German descent Fleck was an imprisoned Jewish scientist Both were working on vaccines for typhus The book describes the work they did on vaccines for the Nazis and how they risked their lives to save those interned in the Nazi Ghettos and camps primarily Buchenwald and Auschwitz And we learn how Fleck fooled the Nazis by producing a vaccine he knew did nothing while at the same time making a real vaccine for laboratory workers and prisoners As well the experiments done by Weigl and Fleck initiated the post war discussion and codification of how human trials should be conducted This book as one would expect is full of sharp edges The descriptions of the camps and conditions as well as the Nazi regime in general are shocking detailed and graphic L'incroyable île Fourmite resistance and scientific ingenuity Few diseases are gruesome than typhus Transmitted by body lice it afflicts the dispossessed―refugees soldiers and ghettoized peoples―causing hallucinations terrible headaches boiling fever and often death The disease plagued the German army on the Eastern Front and left the Reich desperate for a vaccine For this they turned to the brilliant and eccentric Polish zoologist Rudolf Weigl In the 1920s Weigl had created the first typhus vaccine using a method as bold as it was dangerous for its use of liv. We always hear that disease kills soldiers than bullets and the king of battlefield diseases was typhus passed along by body lice Weigl was a Pole of German descent Fleck was an imprisoned Jewish scientist Both were working on vaccines for typhus The book describes the work they did on vaccines for the Nazis and how they Une Sombre Prohetie (Guerre Des Clans) risked their lives to save those interned in the Nazi Ghettos and camps primarily Buchenwald and Auschwitz And we learn how Fleck fooled the Nazis by producing a vaccine he knew did nothing while at the same time making a Harry Potter, I à VII real vaccine for laboratory workers and prisoners As well the experiments done by Weigl and Fleck initiated the post war discussion and codification of how human trials should be conducted This book as one would expect is full of sharp edges The descriptions of the camps and conditions as well as the Nazi Charlie and the Chocolate Factory regime in general are shocking detailed and graphic

characters The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis

The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis

characters The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis review The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis 103 review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Arthur Allen Ing human subjects The astonishing success of Weigl’s techniues attracted the attention and admiration of the world―giving him cover during the Nazi’s violent occupation of Lviv His lab soon flourished as a hotbed of resistance Weigl hired otherwise doomed mathematicians writers doctors and other thinkers protecting them from atrocity The team engaged in a sabotage campaign by sending illegal doses of the vaccine into the Polish ghettos while shipping gallons of the weakened serum to the WehrmachtAmong the scientists saved by Weigl who was a Christian was a gifted Jewish immunologist named Ludwik Fleck Con. I had sheilded myself my whole life from any detail of the holocaust than I had to have because it is so painfulThis book allowed me to bear witness to the attitudes and events that led up to the holocaust in a way that made it bearable even rewarding to know aboutTyphus Even though I m a nurse I had NO idea that this dramatic disease existed and was spread by human body liceHatred fear inhumane policies that came from them literally exacerbated the occurance and spread of the very disease they were afraid ofIt was revealing to read the attitudes and the rhetoric regarding Poles Jews and Gypsies because they sound eerily familiar to today s anti poor anti refugee anti immigrant rhetoricI learned about Ludwig Fleck who had a shrewed mind for how science works and was ahead of his timeThere is irony that is not lost on me that a vaccine could have an effect on the outcome of a world war both in terms of providing false vaccine to Nazi troops which failed to protect them from loss of lives as well as providing real vaccines to those held captive in slums and camps and to people who were tending to the sick in those areas With today s anti vaccine beliefs this reality is a hard hitting example of what vaccines really doIt was hard at times to follow the stories in the book because it jumped around to talk about different people and to some extent also jumped around in time plus there are a lot of names But it was not bad enough that I couldn t follow nor did it diminsh my appreciation for larger story being toldTruly Amazing book La Belle Sauvage: The Book of Dust Volume One (182 JEUNESSE) resistance Weigl hired otherwise doomed mathematicians writers doctors and other thinkers protecting them from atrocity The team engaged in a sabotage campaign by sending illegal doses of the vaccine into the Polish ghettos while shipping gallons of the weakened serum to the WehrmachtAmong the scientists saved by Weigl who was a Christian was a gifted Jewish immunologist named Ludwik Fleck Con. I had sheilded myself my whole life from any detail of the holocaust than I had to have because it is so painfulThis book allowed me to bear witness to the attitudes and events that led up to the holocaust in a way that made it bearable even Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow Book 3 (Nevermoor) rewarding to know aboutTyphus Even though I m a nurse I had NO idea that this dramatic disease existed and was spread by human body liceHatred fear inhumane policies that came from them literally exacerbated the occurance and spread of the very disease they were afraid ofIt was Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone revealing to The Case of the Missing Marquess: An Enola Holmes Mystery read the attitudes and the Les Contes de Beedle le Barde: Harry Potter Livre de la Bibliothèque de Poudlard rhetoric Harry Potter: La Collection Complète (1-7) regarding Poles Jews and Gypsies because they sound eerily familiar to today s anti poor anti Storm and Fury (The Harbinger Series, 1) refugee anti immigrant Harry Potter et les Reliques de la Mort rhetoricI learned about Ludwig Fleck who had a shrewed mind for how science works and was ahead of his timeThere is irony that is not lost on me that a vaccine could have an effect on the outcome of a world war both in terms of providing false vaccine to Nazi troops which failed to protect them from loss of lives as well as providing Le village - Saison 1. 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review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Arthur Allen

characters The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis review The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis 103 review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ô Arthur Allen Demned to Buchenwald and pressured to re create the typhus vaccine under the direction of a sadistic Nazi doctor Erwin Ding Schuler Fleck had to make an awful choice between his scientific ideals or the truth of his conscience In risking his life to carry out a dramatic subterfuge to vaccinate the camp’s most endangered prisoners Fleck performed an act of great heroismDrawing on extensive research and interviews with survivors Arthur Allen tells the harrowing story of two brave scientists―a Christian and a Jew― who put their expertise to the best possible use at the highest personal danger 35 illlustration. While I had heard of Typhus I had no idea what a scourge it was nor how terrible it s course could be Besides learning about a disease that killed millions over the millennia The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr Weigl presents the stories of two brilliant researchers who also thought deeply about their work The presentation of the sociology of science is carefully done in an informative way that helps explain the fallacy of Nazi science not just that it relied on brutal human based research which is reason enough in my eyes but that it was based on proving a political world view one that in the Nazis minds could not be really be challenged The fact that these two men and their incredible courage during a time beyond terror have been forgotten is situation that Arthur Allen remedies in a spellbinding book Interested in medical research human courage World War II This book will both appall and enlighten you