The ceremony took place at the cemetery of Dorotheenstadt in the presence of a rabbi and members of the protestant church. There are layers to that place of several victims of the nazi regime are buried.also Read Ex-Mossad agent who arrest Holocaust-architect led, died at the age of 92
Berlin's Charité hospital, took the initiative for the funeral. "We want the victims a bit of their dignity back", says director Karl-Marx Einhäupl. the
The heirs of professor of Anatomy Hermann Stieve, who in 1952 died, found the 300 tiny steel on microscoopplaatjes in small boxes. Researchers have identified a clear link with the prison of Plötzensee, where the nazis between 1933 and 1945, approximately 2800 people had been hanged or beheaded. Stieve studied the impact of stress on the menstrual period of the corpses that he delivered.
unlike the more famous nazidokter Josef Mengele, was Hermann Stieve not to the nazi party NSDAP, and he did no experiments on living persons. Yet, he knew very well that he did research with victims of torture. However, could Stieve after the war his career to continue. Today, he is still "a posthumous honorary member" of the German association for gynecology.