Josef Mengele: The Chief Doctor at Birkenau Who Did Human Experiments is a biography of Josef Mengele, the infamous Nazi doctor who carried out human experiments in concentration camps during World War II. This book paints a detailed picture of Mengele’s life and provides insights into his motivations for committing such heinous crimes.
For who is this book for ?
- This book provides a detailed and nuanced portrait of one of the most notorious figures in history.
- It offers insights into the motivations behind his heinous crimes.
- The author does an excellent job of weaving together historical research with personal reflections from those who knew Mengele.
- The author does not provide a lot of background information about Josef Mengele
- The book is only 260 pages long
- It is difficult to find other books that compare and contrast Mengele’s experiments
Learn more about the author
Kelly Mass is an American author and journalist who specializes in writing about crime, history, and the military.
“I couldn’t put this book down. It is well-written and provides a unique perspective on one of history’s most evil individuals.”
“This is an excellent and disturbing biography of one of history’s most monstrous figures. Mengele was truly a despicable individual, and Mass does a great job chronicling his life and crimes.”
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“Overall, I thought the book was very well written and provided a great deal of insight into Mengele’s life and motivation. I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about one of history’s most notorious doctors.”