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Munich Scientific Institute Finds Remains of Brains from Nazi Experiments on Humans

September 19, 2016

(Haaretz) – In the course of construction and reorganization of the branch of the Max Planck scientific institute in Munich, dozens of human brains and portions of brains from experiments conducted during World War II, including many apparently from Jewish victims, have been discovered, Israeli Army Radio reported on Wednesday.

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