U.S. Jewess Honored in Reich As Science Martyr

At least one of the forty American radiologists whose names have been chiseled on a memorial in front of the Roentgen Institute in Hamburg, Germany, was Jewish, it was ascertained here today.

The scientist, among 165 heroes of science who were thus honored for having sacrificed their lives in medical research, was a woman, Miss E. Fleischmann.

Miss Fleischmann, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was informed today by Dr. Howard Ruggles, practiced x-ray here from 1896 until 1906 when she died of x-ray burns. She did a great deal of work locating bullets during the Spanish-American War, Dr. Ruggles revealed. She did not hold a medical degree.

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