Testimony from German court
records relating to the trials of SS men charged
with medical killing at Auschwitz is now available
from our archives. The source for this data,
Nauman, is listed in Recommended
Pursued his experiments on live specimens
in Auschwitz. Involved in sterilization
projects there. (Laska,
Vera. ed. Women in the Resistance
and in the Holocaust: The Voices of Eyewitnesses.
CT: Greenwood Press, 1983, p. 222).
Dr. Wladyslav Dering
Dering was a Polish prisoner
Involved in vivisection projects at both
Ravensbruck and Auschwitz. Shot as war
criminal in 1948. (Laska, 225)
Kremer, Johannes Paul
Vivisection. Hanged. (Klee,
Ernst, Willi. Dressen, Volker Riess. The
Good Old Days: The Holocaust As Seen by
Its Perpetrators and Bystanders.
NY: The Free Press, 1992, p. 258).
Josef (1911- ?)
Mengele was appointed chief doctor at
Auschwitz by Himmler in 1943. He joined
Drs. Klein, Koenig, and Thilon in running
the selection process. (Posner,
Gerald. Mengele: The Complete Story.
NY: Dell Publishing Co., 1987.) Mengele
is believed dead, but his fate remains
unknown. (See Lagnado,
Lucette Matalon and Sheila Cohn Dekel.
Children of the Flames : Dr. Josef
Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins
of Auschwitz. NY: Penguin, 1992.
for citations regarding Mengele's experimentation