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physicians; it was a matter of killing, and killing too, is a medical matter'."3 The murderous techniques developed for these "medical matters" were to be the progenitors of the methods that were to be employed for larger-scale extermination during World War II.4 How far they were accepted by the medical profession is a focal point of Cleansing the… (More)
One of my favourite images of Walter Pagel (1898-1983) is a photograph taken of him in 1978: an old man in his study surrounded by his books, heaps of papers, old envelopes, a pot of glue and trailing electric wires (see Plate la).' It vividly expresses Pagel's character as I came to know it while cataloguing his papers-a character which showed very… (More)
The Physiological Society was founded in 1876 in response to the report of a Royal Commission on the use of animals in research, which was expected to lead to legislation. John Bourdon Sanderson invited nineteen physiologists to his house "for the purpose of considering whether any, or what steps ought to be taken with reference to the Recommendations of… (More)