NEW YORK (Dec. 27)
Former inmates of Nazi concentration camps are still suffering from emotional and physical disorders directly attributable to their camp experiences, it was reported here today by Medical Tribune, an authoritative medical weekly.
This fact, reversing previous medical opinion, has been established by a team of ten Norwegian specialists, the medical organ said. The Norwegians examined 100 former camp prisoners and found 96 of them suffering from memory impairment, tendency to fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, emotional instability, sleep disorders and headaches.
As a direct result of these findings, Medical Tribune reported, the World Veterans Federation, which co-sponsored the Norwegian study, has called a world conference at The Hague to deal with “delayed effects of concentration camp imprisonment.”