Studying under world-renowned scientists, Josef Mengele rose from being a medical student to becoming the commanding doctor at the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp. His experiments on twins and others included purposely infecting his victims with diseases, injecting them with drugs, live vivisections, and even sowing twins together by their blood vessels. After the war he fled Europe and remained in South America for the rest of his life, where, it is alleged, he continued some of his experiments. Discover more in this exciting book about the "Angel of Death"!
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