UNIQUE German WW2 TOP Secret Prescription for Phenol – Death Injection
For your consideration is a UNIQUE German WW2 TOP Secret Prescription for Phenol – Death Injection.
This document is showing that someone in concentration camp Gross-Rosen in May 15, 1944 received 1 kg phenol – see the document. Phenol is a poison and used in concentration camps for Death Injection.
The document has two stamps GEHEIM – Top Secret.
It is unique document and never has been published. We have never seen the document like this before. It is a museum item !!
Size: 210 x 134 mm (8 1/4′ x 5 1/4′).
The document has passed very important test: it does not glow under a black light (all modern paper glows under a black light) – please see the images.
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Estimate price: $3000 – $3500.
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Injections: The most medical of all concentration camps killing methods was the phenol injection, which was institutionalized during the relatively early phases of KL. A patient was brought to a treatment room and there administered a drug by a physician or (in most cases) his assistant, who wore a white coat and used a syringe and needle for the injection. In camp jargon, there were the active verb spritzen (to “inject, squirt, spray”), the passive verb abgespritzt (“to be injected off”, or killed) and equivalent noun forms meaning “syringing” and “phenoling”.
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The item is selling as a consignment and may be donated to a museum.