For Victims of Pseudo-Medical Experiments
The Commission of neutral experts appointed by the International Committee of the Red Cross to examine the claims of the victims of pseudo-medical experiments practised in concentration camps under the Nazi regime, to whom the Government of the German Federal Republic is prepared to pay compensation, again met in Geneva at ICRC headquarters in August with Mr. William Lenoir, Judge of the Geneva Court of Justice, in the chair. He was assisted by Professor Pierre Magnenat, doctorassistant at the University Clinic of the Nestle1 hospital in Lausanne and Dr. Sylvain Mutrux, medical assistant director at the Bel Air University Psychiatric Clinic in Geneva. The Polish Red Cross was represented by Miss Danuta Zys and Dr. Jerzy Nowkanski and the German Red Cross in the Federal Republic of Germany by Dr. E. Goetz. Dr. Jacques F. de Rougemont, member of the ICRC, was rapporteur.