Nazi mustard gas experiments

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The Nazi mustard gas experiments were conducted, on nonconsenting prisoners, in Sachsenhausen, Natzweiler, and other concentration camps (September 1939 - April 1945) on behalf the German armed forces to investigate treatment of injuries caused by mustard gas, called "Lost" or "Yellow Cross" by Germany.

At the Medical Case (NMT), Kurt Blome, Karl Brandt, Rudolf Brandt, Karl Gebhardt, Siegfried Handloser, Paul Rostock, and Wolfram Sievers were charged. Blomer, Gebhardt, Handloser, Rostock were acquitted; Karl Brandt, Rudolf Brandt, and Sievers convicted.