Germany buries remains of Nazi-era prisoners used for research

A pallbearer carries a coffin with human tissue of victims executed during the Nazi-era in Germany and used for research at Berlin's Charite university hospital during the Holocaust, at the burial in Dorotheenstadt cemetery in Berlin, Germany May 13, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

BERLIN (Reuters) – Human tissue from some 300 women dissidents whose bodies were used for medical research after they were executed by the Nazis was buried on Monday in a shared grave at a Berlin cemetery. The grave will be marked by a plaque but will not name the identified victims at the request of […]

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