Siegfried Adolf Handloser (25 March 1885 – 3 July 1954) was a Doctor, Prof. Dr. med., Generaloberstabsarzt (thee stars, OF-8) of the German Armed Forces Medical Services, Chief of the German Armed Forces Medical Services. He was one of the accused in the Doctors' Trial in Nuremberg—after the main Nuremberg Trials. Born in Konstanz he had been a member of the German Army Medical Service since the First World War. In 1938, Handloser was promoted to the position of Army Group physician of the Army Group Command 3. In October, 1939, he was named honorary professor.

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  • Siegfried Handloser (* 25. März 1885 in Konstanz; † 3. Juli 1954 in München) war Chef des Wehrmachtsanitätswesens im Rang eines Generaloberstabsarztes. Im Nürnberger Ärzteprozess wurde er wegen Kriegsverbrechen und Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit verurteilt. (de)
  • Siegfried Adolf Handloser (25 March 1885 – 3 July 1954) was a Doctor, Prof. Dr. med., Generaloberstabsarzt (thee stars, OF-8) of the German Armed Forces Medical Services, Chief of the German Armed Forces Medical Services. He was one of the accused in the Doctors' Trial in Nuremberg—after the main Nuremberg Trials. Born in Konstanz he had been a member of the German Army Medical Service since the First World War. In 1938, Handloser was promoted to the position of Army Group physician of the Army Group Command 3. In October, 1939, he was named honorary professor. He had held the position of Chief of the Medical Services of the Armed Forces during World War II. It was the most important medical position in the entire German Armed Forces and the Waffen-SS. Yet despite his full knowledge, he had done nothing to stop medical experiments conducted on concentration camp prisoners; this was sufficient to implicate him in the several medical cases dealt with during the Doctors' Trial. He was convicted by the American Military Tribunal No. I in August, 1947, and sentenced to life imprisonment. This was later reduced to 20 years and, in 1954, he was released. Shortly afterwards, Handloser died of cancer in Munich at the age of 69. (en)
  • Siegfried Handloser est un médecin et général allemand. (fr)
  • ジークフリート・アドルフ・ハントローザー(Siegfried Adolf Handloser 1895年3月25日 - 1954年7月3日)は、ドイツの軍人、医学者。医学者としてはProf. Dr. med (教授・医学博士)の称号を持ち、また軍人としての最終階級は陸軍軍医大将(Generaloberstabsarzt)である。第二次世界大戦中に国防軍衛生本部長官(Chef des Wehrmachtsanitätswesens)などを歴任した。ニュルンベルク裁判の後に行われた医者裁判で裁かれた被告の1人。 (ja)
  • Зигфрид Хандлозер (нем. Siegfried Handloser) (родился 25 марта 1885 года в Констанце; умер 3 июля 1954 года в Мюнхене) — руководитель санитарной службы вермахта. Один из подсудимых на Нюрнбергском процессе над врачами. Нацистский военный преступник. (ru)
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  • Siegfried Handloser (* 25. März 1885 in Konstanz; † 3. Juli 1954 in München) war Chef des Wehrmachtsanitätswesens im Rang eines Generaloberstabsarztes. Im Nürnberger Ärzteprozess wurde er wegen Kriegsverbrechen und Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit verurteilt. (de)
  • Siegfried Handloser est un médecin et général allemand. (fr)
  • ジークフリート・アドルフ・ハントローザー(Siegfried Adolf Handloser 1895年3月25日 - 1954年7月3日)は、ドイツの軍人、医学者。医学者としてはProf. Dr. med (教授・医学博士)の称号を持ち、また軍人としての最終階級は陸軍軍医大将(Generaloberstabsarzt)である。第二次世界大戦中に国防軍衛生本部長官(Chef des Wehrmachtsanitätswesens)などを歴任した。ニュルンベルク裁判の後に行われた医者裁判で裁かれた被告の1人。 (ja)
  • Зигфрид Хандлозер (нем. Siegfried Handloser) (родился 25 марта 1885 года в Констанце; умер 3 июля 1954 года в Мюнхене) — руководитель санитарной службы вермахта. Один из подсудимых на Нюрнбергском процессе над врачами. Нацистский военный преступник. (ru)
  • Siegfried Adolf Handloser (25 March 1885 – 3 July 1954) was a Doctor, Prof. Dr. med., Generaloberstabsarzt (thee stars, OF-8) of the German Armed Forces Medical Services, Chief of the German Armed Forces Medical Services. He was one of the accused in the Doctors' Trial in Nuremberg—after the main Nuremberg Trials. Born in Konstanz he had been a member of the German Army Medical Service since the First World War. In 1938, Handloser was promoted to the position of Army Group physician of the Army Group Command 3. In October, 1939, he was named honorary professor. (en)
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  • ジークフリート・ハントローザー (ja)
  • Хандлозер, Зигфрид (ru)
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