Barutczew Suren Konstantynowicz
Gabriel (Gabryel) Franciszek
Jaskulski (Jaskólski) Witold
Muriłłow Nikołaj Nikołajewicz
Nosacz Iwan Sawilewicz
Szyszkin W. D.
Nearly all prisoners suffered from stomach aches and dyspepsia. The orderlies and paramedics were then requested to administer the “thick cream”. It was white clay suspended in water, the only medication found in abundance at the camp. The patients were eager to take it as it provided a brief sense of satiation. (…) The field hospital where 1,250 severely wounded and sick patients were treated, received an allotment of 150 pills of albucide, prontosil and steptocid per month.
Suren Konstantynowicz Barutczew, MD
Assistant personnel, clerks and translators