Doctor Mengele Deception

 

SOURCE: “INCONVENIENT HISTORY”

Dr. Mengele’s “Medical Experiments” on Twins in the Birkenau Gypsy Camp

Carlo Mattogno

Translated by Carlos W. Porter

1. The “crimes” of Dr. Mengele

In 1997, Helena Kubica, researcher at the Auschwitz Museum, published a long article entitled “Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau” (“Dr. Mengele and His Crimes in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp”).1 The author sifted through the numerous documents on Dr. Mengele’s activities at Birkenau preserved in the archives of the Museum in search of documentary proof of his presumed criminal medical experiments on twins. The situation is as follows.

Dr. Josef Mengele entered service at Auschwitz on 30 May 1943. His direct superior, SSStandortarzt (garrison doctor) Dr. Eduard Wirts, appointed him Lagerarzt (camp doctor) at the so-called “Zigeunerfamilienlager” (gypsy family camp), Sector BIIe of Birkenau.2

He was particularly interested in the study of twins, especially identical twins, organising a daycare center solely for this purpose:

“In the gypsy camp, he caused Barracks 29 and 31 and a nursery – a  sort of daycare center and preparatory school –  to house not only the children under his observation (these lived in Barracks 31), but all gypsy children up to 6 years of age.

A total of several hundred children were housed in the nursery school from 8 to 14 years of age, where they were supervised by many prisoners. […]. The barracks used as a nursery school were in slightly better condition than the others, entirely plastered on the inside, decorated with coloured images representing fairy tales. For a short time, the children who lived there received a better diet – milk, white bread, vegetables and meat broth concentrates, even marmalade and chocolate […].

The area behind Barracks 31 was enclosed and a playground was installed, with sandboxes, merry-go-round, swings and gymnastic equipment.”3

Naturally, for H. Kubica, all this was intended solely for “propaganda purposes.”4 We need only inquire, however, for whom this alleged propaganda was intended, since not even the delegate from the Red Cross who visited Auschwitz in September 1944 was permitted to visit Birkenau Camp.5

And how about the diet, incredibly rich for a concentration camp – as confirmed by former inmate Anna Lipka6 – was this also solely intended for “propaganda purposes”?

This scene is not easy to reconcile with the panoply of the unprecedented crimes attributed to Dr.  Mengele, but Kubica has decisive “proof” to hand.

An epidemic of noma faciei, a gangrenous illness affecting mostly children, broke out in the Zigeunerlager in the summer of 1943. The patients were transferred on Dr. Mengele’s order to an isolated barracks in the hospital of the gypsy camp and, we are assured by H. Kubica,

“many of the sick children were killed, always by order of Dr. Mengele, and their bodies were taken to the institute of hygiene of the Waffen-SS at Rajsko for histopathological research. There preparations of the individual organs were prepared and preserved in glass, even including the entire head of a child, among others, for the SS academy of medicine in Graz.”7

From the pertinent footnote, we learn that our information on the entire affair is based exclusively on post-war testimonies. In this context, the author mentions a single document, reproduced below. The document is a bill of lading to the Institute of Hygiene of the Waffen-SS (SS-Hygiene-Institut) of Rajsko, Hygiene and Bacteriology Section, relating to the “head of a cadaver” (Kopf einer Leiche) taken from a “12-year old child” (12-jähriges Kind). Nothing is known of the cause of death of the child; the only thing that is certain is that the request for histological examination originated from the H-Krankenbau Zigeunerlager Auschwitz II, BIIe, that is, the prisoner hospital of the gypsy camp. The explanation advanced by H. Kubica is clearly a pretext. Noma faciei (or cancrum oris) is a disease which destroys the orofacial tissues. It currently strikes chiefly sub-Saharan African children between the ages of 2 and 16; the mortality rate, in the absence of adequate treatment, ranges between 70 and 90%.8 One may therefore reasonably suppose that, at Birkenau, in the years 1943-1944, the mortality rate of young gypsy children stricken with noma was even higher. In 1943, 2,587 children below the age of 10 in the gypsy camp died,9 including practically all those suffering from noma.

 

A bill of lading to the Institute of Hygiene of the Waffen-SS (SS-Hygiene-Institut) of Rajsko, Hygiene and Bacteriology Section, relating to the “head of a cadaver” (Kopf einer Leiche) taken from a “12-year old child” (12-jähriges Kind).

But then, what occasion was there to kill children who were inexorably dying of disease?

The obvious response to this rhetorical question is supplied by H. Kubica herself where she cites the testimony of Dr. Jan Čespiva, who had worked as a physician in the gypsy camp hospital:

“There was an outbreak of noma. The disease caused entire pieces of flesh to fall off, also affecting the lower jaw. I had never seen gangrene of the face like that. The crania of the children were prepared for the SS Academy at Graz. I know because we wrote the address. The heads were preserved in formaldehyde, the bodies were destroyed in Crematory III.”10

It is therefore obvious that the child in question died of noma and that the German physicians hoped to find a cure by studying the heads of children who had died of this disease.

And this request for histological examination is the only documentary “proof” of the “crimes” of Dr. Mengele to be found in the archive of the Auschwitz Museum! Not much for the so-called “Angel of Death” of Auschwitz, and H. Kubica, apparently aware of this, as a last resort cites the “eyewitness” so decisive to her,  Miklos Nyiszli, about whom, more below.

After creating the school already mentioned above, Dr. Mengele created an “experimental laboratory,” the location where the “camp research on the birth of twins and congenital anomalies”11 was performed – in a word, the ogre’s lair –  to the head of which he appointed Dr. Bertold Epstein, from Prague. His assistant was another Czech, Dr. Rudolf Weiskopf (Vitek).12 Two camp inmates also worked in Dr. Mengele’s laboratory: a Polish anthropology Ph.D., Martyna Puzina,13 and the Czech painter Dinah Gottliebova, who produced drawings of the parts of the body of the children under examination.14

The activities of this “experimental laboratory” are well documented:

“The archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum contain numerous documents signed by Dr. Mengele, such as requests for analysis by the Institute of Hygiene.”15

but no document attests to Dr. Mengele’s presumed crimes. This is not at all surprising, considering the activities performed in his laboratory:

“As shown by reports of inmates who performed tasks in the twins block, as well as reports from the twins themselves, the individual pairs of twins were subjected by Dr. Mengele to research of any kind, which constituted the starting point for the performance of the most varied types of experiments on the same. In general, they were subjected to anthropometric, morphological, psychiatric and radiological research. The anthropological research was initially performed in Dr. Mengele’s laboratory in the sauna of the gypsy camp. In November 1944, this laboratory was transferred to barracks 15, in the vicinity of the men’s hospital (BIIf). Every individual part of the body of the persons subjected to examination was measured in the most accurate manner: the twins were measured in pairs, comparing the results. The documentation contained annotations of the shape of the mouth, the nose, the muscles of the ears, the colour of the eyes and skin of the individual parts of the body.16

There was no criminal activity, therefore, and it is easy to see what M. Puzyna and D. Gottliebova’s tasks consisted of:  anthropometrical studies and anatomical drawings.

H. Kubica adds:

“All the documentation, that is, photographs, drawings, descriptions and analytical results, were preserved in individual folders for every person examined,”17

and she published a few of these documents. Notwithstanding this abundant documentation, H. Kubica notes:

“Nevertheless, unfortunately, it has not been possible to find any document showing how many gypsy twins passed through Dr. Mengele’s laboratory.”18

But a few pages later, the Polish researcher states:

“The Archives of the State Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau also contain a document which contains personal data and copies of anthropological studies on 295 inmates – Greek, Hungarian, Dutch, French and Italian Jews – upon whom Mengele performed experiments. This list also contains the names of 117 Hungarian Jewish pairs of twins in the women’s sector of the camp. As for male twins from Barracks 15 of Camp BIIf, we know from the report on one pair of twins that there were 107 of them, aged from age 4 to 60.”19

Thus, the total number of documented twins available to Dr. Mengele amounted to between 402 and 412. What happened to them?

A series of daily reports, not mentioned by H. Kubica, although they can be found precisely at the Auschwitz Museum, the Arbeitseinsatz (assignment of labour) of the Birkenau camp,20 reports starting from 28 July up to 3 October 1944 (the reports are complete only for the month of August) bears the heading “Zwillinge für Versuchzwecke” (twins for experimental purposes). In the 35 reports which are preserved, the number of these inmates never varies: it always reads 49. This absence of variation over a period of more than three months allows one to rule out any continual replacement of “guinea pigs”, and is fully compatible with the “anthropometric, morphological, psychiatric and radiological examinations” mentioned above.

H. Kubica, by contrast, claims that the fate of these twins was quite a different one:

“The last stop in the search for several pairs of twins or individual persons was the analysis of the individual organs of the body during the autopsy. To this end, these persons were killed at Dr. Mengele’s order or by Dr. Mengele himself, by an injection of phenol in the heart. The bodies were taken to the dissecting room.”21

At this point, the Polish researcher unveils her “decisive witness”: none other than the notorious impostor Miklos Nyiszli! The whole fable of Dr. Mengele’s “crimes” originates from the ravings of this mythomaniac, to whom I shall return in greater detail in the section below devoted to him.

Notwithstanding the absurd lies he told, this person is nonetheless held in high esteem in the official historiography, but, in a sort of veiled schizophrenia, only as regards his accusations against Dr. Mengele. And in fact, his testimony constitutes the “demonstrative” framework for the accusations of every book on the subject, starting with Gerald L. Posner and John Ware on Dr.  Mengele,22 one of the most important, also mentioned by H. Kubica. The two authors cite him on pages 19, 20, 26, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 53 and 152. In fact, the entire chapter on the “crimes” of Dr. Mengele at Auschwitz is built upon Nyiszli’s “testimony”! Even Robert Jay Lifton mentions him repeatedly.23 H. Kubica cites him just as often. She even reproduces his photograph24 and cites him several times.25

But Dr. Mengele’s “crimes” are not only not attested to by one single document: they are even overtly disproven by absolutely indisputable facts. In his description of the first autopsy allegedly performed by him upon a pair of twins, Nyiszli writes:

“My legs are trembling with excitement. I have discovered the most monstrous secret of Third Reich medical science. They don’t only kill with gas; they kill with chloroform injections to the heart as well.”26

If this had been true, Dr. Mengele would have proceeded to liquidate all the witnesses of his alleged criminal activity – his collaborators who also worked with twins – before leaving Auschwitz on 17 January 1945. He had enough time! But he allowed all the “eyewitnesses” of his alleged crimes to survive, i.e.:

– Dr. Bertold Epstein, one of the signers of the famous appeal by former Auschwitz inmates dated 4 March 1945;27

– Dr. Rudolf Weisskopf, liberated from Bergen-Belsen;28

– Martyna Puzyna, interviewed by G.L.Posner and J. Ware in June 1985;29

– Dinah Gottliebova, who moved to the USA in 1947, where she still lives;30

– Miklos Nyiszli, the purported essential “witness”, who, in his capacity as the physician of the so-called crematory “Sonderkommando,” would have shared in the “terrible secret” of the mass gassings, was also casually allowed to survive!

But what about the twins? What happened to the victims of Dr. Mengele’s experiments? Were they all killed en masse? Quite the contrary!

H. Kubica informs us that, in 1984, these twins were still numerous enough to form their own association:

“In 1984, the victims of Dr. Mengele’s experiments, who had lived in the children’s camp, formed the organisation Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiment Survivors (CANDLES), with the self-appointed task of documenting Mengele’s crimes, informing the world, capturing the “Angel of Death” and dragging him before a court”31

The Website of the association lists almost 400 twins from Auschwitz.32 H. Kubica also presents a list of twins from Auschwitz, consisting of over 320 names.33 The great majority of them were twins, but some were merely siblings, such as the sisters Tatiana Liliana and Alessandra Bucci. Both were deported to Auschwitz on 29 March 1943. The first, born on 19 September 1937, was registered under number 76484; the second, born 1 July 1939, was registered under number 6483.34  Luigi Ferri, born on 9 September 1932, was deported in August 1944 and registered under number B-7525.35 Sergio De Simone, born at Naples on 29 November 1937, was deported to Auschwitz on 29 March 1944, at the age of nearly 7 years, and registered under number 179614.36

No official historian has yet succeeded in explaining why these children were not gassed immediately upon arrival. In reality, it is not so surprising, because on 16 January 1945, in just the men’s camp at Birkenau, there were 770 “Jugendliche bis 18. Jhr.” (youths aged up to 18 years), in addition to 400 “Invaliden” (invalids)!37 When the Soviets arrived, there were still 205 children at Birkenau, from just a few months up to 15 years of age, many of them twins.38

The three documents mentioned above, the list of the CANDLES organisation, the list compiled by H. Kubica and the Soviet list of 1945, in addition to the Soviet list of inmates liberated at Birkenau,39 permit the compilation of a list of 543 twins having passed through Auschwitz:40 of these, 376 survived until the liberation of the camp; four died in the following months, one died on the evacuation transport on 27 January 1945 and twelve perished during the existence of the camp. Nothing is known of the remaining 154.

In just three cases, H. Kubica notes: «Starb im Lager infolge der durchgeführten Experimente» (“died [not: killed] in the camp as a result of the experiments performed [on them],”41 so that these three would seem to constitute Dr. Mengele’s victims. It goes without saying that such an assumption is in no way backed up by proof of Mengele’s personal complicity.

In conclusion, the known facts are as follows:

Dr. Mengele’s alleged crimes are not proven by any document. No document shows that Mengele ever killed even one single child, or that one single child was ever killed on his orders. The essential and sole witness, the one upon whose testimony the whole accusation is based, was an extraordinarily creative impostor. Dr. Mengele’s closest collaborators, including the presumed essential witness, and at least 543 of his “victims” were allowed to live: but how, then, are we to believe seriously in the fairy tale of the “Angel of Death” of Auschwitz?

 

Josef Mengele (1911-1979), German physician and SS Hauptsturmführer. Photo taken by a police photographer in 1956 in Buenos Aires for Mengele’s Argentine identification document
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

2. Miklos Nyiszli’s False Testimony

In an article on Dr. Mengele published in 1986,42 Zdenek Zofka discussed the quality of the anti-Mengele testimony, writing:

“The Mengele phenomenon presents a few mysteries. The available sources are few. Almost all the written notes capable of providing information on Mengele’s crimes at Auschwitz have been destroyed. We must have recourse almost exclusively to eyewitness testimonies.  [But] testimonies, forty years later,43 are always problematical – all the more so in an extreme case such as this one. In the minds of many former inmates, “harrowing reality and nightmares have inextricably merged together over a period of forty years.” All too often, it is impossible to be sure that their recollections really refer to Mengele at all: it is all too often possible to show that Mengele has been confused with other SS physicians. Almost all the inmates state that they were selected by Mengele on the ramp. But camp physicians performed the selections in shifts: Mengele performed no more selections than any of the others. One gets the impression that Mengele’s name has gotten separated from his person. For the inmates, he became synonymous with all Auschwitz camp physicians as such.”44

Zofka then added:

“As has already been stated, the testimonies against Mengele must be treated with great caution. A number of incorrect statements can be explained on the grounds of mistaken identity, in which Mengele had gotten confused with other camp physicians or SS guards. Some witnesses in their statements were certainly motivated by self-importance and attention-seeking. Finally, even certain ‘exaggerations’ can be explained as innocent attempts to communicate and render the atrocity that was Auschwitz understandable — at least to a certain extent — to persons living later who hadn’t experienced it. Since Mengele was never tried, it has not been possible to put individual witnesses to the test. Even at the Mengele trial in Jerusalem in February 1985, rigorous cross-examination was waived for psychological reasons which were, after all, only too understandable – the need to recall to mind the horrors of Auschwitz was no doubt sufficiently agonising. Nevertheless, clarification of Mengele’s crimes at Auschwitz requires a critical and detailed examination of the testimonies.”45

But the critical examination undertaken by the author to “assess the individual crimes attributed to Mengele as more or less probable46 considers only obviously false, poorly supported accusations and does not in any way probe Miklos Nyiszli, whose testimony is, in the author’s view, “of fundamental importance”47 – so much so that the author cites it repeatedly.48

It therefore remains only critically to assess the statements of this fundamentally important witness to the alleged crimes of Dr. Mengele.

Miklos Nyiszli wrote a memoir published in Hungarian in 1946 entitled Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa voltam az auschwitz-i krematóriumban (I Was Dr. Mengele’s Anatomical Physician in the Auschwitz Crematorium.)49 The work was later translated into French, German, English, Polish and Italian, rising to prominence in the Holocaust historiography of the 1960s.

Nyiszli claims that he reached Birkenau by train with a trainload of Jews deported from Hungary, in May of 1944 – May 29th, to be exact – as shown by the registration number A-8450, with which he was tattooed on that same day upon his arrival at the camp. After spending a few days in Sector BIIf of Birkenau, on 3 or 5 June (his chronology is contradictory), he was assigned as physician to Sonderkommando of the crematoria, under Dr. Mengele’s direct supervision, where he remained until January 1945. But in his sworn statement dated 8 October 1947,50 Nyiszli asserts that he reached Auschwitz on 19 May 1944 and that he was immediately transferred to the “Buna-Monowitz” camp, where he remained between 20 May and 5 June. These two versions of his arrival at Auschwitz stand in total mutual contradiction. But this is nothing compared to the wave of contradictions, absurdities, historical falsifications and various impostures to be found in his work, which was published in Italian under the title Medico ad Auschwitz and later under a different title: Sopravvissuto a Mengele:51 in my cursory study dedicated to this self-proclaimed “eyewitness”, I listed 120 of them.52

Let us now summarise the most salient of these nonsensical claims.53

Nyiszli provides a completely invented history of the Birkenau crematoria, even stating that they were built during the winter of 1939-1940, when Auschwitz didn’t even exist yet.

His description of the ovens of Crematoria II and III (which he refers to as 1 and 2) is also completely afactual. He speaks, in fact, of 15 individual furnaces located in a room 150 metres long, while the actual room in question was only 30 metres long, equipped with five furnaces, each with three muffles.

The alleged gas chamber, a room (Leichenkeller 1) 30 metres long, becomes, for Nyiszli, 200 metres long [but no width given]; Nyiszli also describes an “adjacent room” which never existed.

The small freight elevator (Aufzug) located in the vestibule of the subterranean part of the crematorium is transformed, in Nyiszli’s narrative, into four powerful lifts.

What Nyiszli says about the crematory capacity of the crematory ovens is technically impossible and historically nonsensical. He speaks of the cremation of 3 bodies in 20 minutes in one muffle, in each of the 15 muffles of Crematoria II and III, corresponding to a theoretical capacity of 3,240 bodies in 24 hours, which, for Nyiszli, however, becomes, incomprehensibly, 5,000. Therefore, according to him, the total capacity of the four Birkenau crematoria was 20,000 bodies per day. All this is absurd: in the coke-fired Topf ovens of Auschwitz-Birkenau, 20 minutes would not even have sufficed to vaporise the water contained in a single body. The real capacity of such installations, as declared by Topf engineer Kurt Prüfer, who designed the furnaces, and Karl Schultze, who designed the blowers, was one single body per muffle per hour, or one ninth as much as asserted by “eyewitness” Nyiszli.

Moreover, while Crematoria II and III had a total of 30 muffles, Crematoria IV and V had only 16, but Nyiszli nevertheless attributes a capacity of 5,000 bodies per day each to this pair of crematoria as well. Therefore, one single muffle in Crematoria IV-V had almost double the capacity of the same muffle in Crematoria II-III, but, according to Holocaust historiography, the furnaces in Crematoria IV and V were less efficient than those in Crematoria II and III. For example, at the Höss trial, the expert Roman Dawidowski stated that a load of 3-5 bodies in one muffle burned in 20-30 minutes in Crematoria II-III, but in 30-40 minutes in Crematoria IV-V.54 It goes without saying that Dawidowski’s “expert opinion” has the same value as the Polish-Soviet “expert opinion” on the 4 million deaths, in which he himself, Dawidowski, likewise concurred.55

Based on the absurd cremation capacity of 5,000 bodies in 24 hours for each crematorium, Nyiszli has built an arithmetically fantastic history of the mass gassings. Here are a few examples:

  • The inmates in Sector BIId, 10,500 people, according to Nyiszli, were gassed and cremated in a single day in Crematoria III and IV (= 5,250 bodies in 24 hours each). In reality, even with a theoretical continuous duty cycle of 24 hours per day (which in practice is unattainable),56 these installations would have required at least 19 days for the cremation of such a large number of bodies.
  • 4,500 gypsies were gassed and cremated in one single night in Crematoria II and III, that is, 2,250 in 12 hours. This many cremations would in fact have required over six days.
  • The 20,000 gassing victims from the ghetto of Theresienstadt were cremated in 48 hours in Crematoria II and III (= 5,000 bodies in 24 hours each). In actual fact, that many cremations would have required over 27 days.

Nyiszli claims that flames could often be seen shooting from the crematory chimneys, which is technically impossible.57

The gassing technique described by Nyiszli is completely invented, based on the erroneous supposition that Zyklon B (the alleged homicidal agent) was chlorine (rather than hydrocyanic acid). Since chlorine is heavier than air,58 Nyiszli imagined that, in an area in which it was released in large quantities, the chlorine would spread from the floor to the ceiling, as if the area were being filled with water. As a result, he claims that the bodies, in the “gas chamber”, “were piled up in a mass up to the ceiling”, because “the gas first fills the lowers strata of air and then moves slowly upwards”. The victims therefore climbed on each others’ shoulders to get closer to the ceiling and escape the gas so as to survive for a short time longer. But hydrocyanic acid vapours are slightly lighter than air,59 therefore the diffusion of the gas as described by Nyiszli is physically impossible.60

This absurdity was later appropriated lock, stock and barrel by the plagiarist Filip Müller, another self-described “eyewitness” who shamelessly plagiarized Nyiszli’s work.61

In a letter to the American translator of his memoirs, Nyiszli declared that he had discovered that the name “cyklon” (sic) was derived from the abbreviation of its principal ingredients: CYanid, ChLOr and Nitrogen, stating that there were two types of “cyklon”, Type A, which was an insecticide, and Type B, which was used for the homicidal gassings. This is another stupid fantasy. “Zyklon” in German is not an acronym, but, rather, an ordinary word meaning “cyclone”. And not only did Zyklon B not contain chlorine, but the German word for nitrogen is “Stickstoff”!

As for Zyklon A, use of this product was discontinued in Germany in the 1920s, when it was superseded by Zyklon B.

Nyiszli mentions eight extermination operations in the alleged gas chamber and in the vicinity of the “cremation pits”, at which he claims to have been personally present. Adding up the number of victims indicated by Nyiszli, we obtain a total of 605,000 persons, but he claims to have personally seen two million people enter the “gas chambers” with his own eyes. But in fact, near the “cremation pits”, the final destination for the “excess numbers from the Jewish ramp,” that is, those for whom there was no room in the over-filled gas chambers, 650,000 Jews were, according to him, killed with a bullet in the back of the neck, which is to say, that more than the total of all the gassing victims for the excess numbers of whom the “cremation pits” were supposed to have been dug in the first place.

Based on the data provided by this “eyewitness”, we get over 30 million people, all cremated in these “cremation pits” alone!

Nyiszli’s chronology is purely fictitious, as deduced from the numerous contradictions it contains.  For example, the presumed homicidal mass gassings ceased definitively on 17 November 1944, but 20,000 Jews from the ghetto of Theresienstadt were gassed, starting on that date.

One day in August, Nyiszli met his wife and daughter in Sector BIIc, but this meeting took place after the gassing of the gypsy camp (BIIe), which, for Nyiszli, occurred in the last ten days of September. What is more, according to his chronology, this meeting occurred in combination with that of Camp BIIc, and yet there was an interval of at least 26 days between the two alleged events.

Nyiszli moreover claims that the crematoria were located 2 kilometers from Birkenau camp, while in reality they were located inside the camp, and that the so-called Kanada warehouse barracks was not the Effektenlager (the camp warehouse containing the personal effects of the inmates), but, rather, a collection of rubbish which burned continuously!

In short, Nyiszli knew nothing of the alleged “Bunker 2”: according to him, this Polish farmhouse was not transformed into a homicidal gas chamber by the SS, but, rather, into an “undressing room” for the victims of the “cremation pits”, who were then killed with a pistol shot to the back of the neck.

This overall picture, although highly condensed, shows clearly that Miklos Nyiszli was a false witnesss. The Holocaust historical industry recognised this immediately, but, in a sort of “see no evil” posture, they prefer to continue utilising Nyiszli’s “testimony” in support of the alleged crimes of Dr. Mengele.

In 2002, Charles D. Provan wrote an article entitled Miklos Nyiszli and His Auschwitz Book in a New Light62 in which, based on research considered fundamental by himself, he attempted to justify the absurdities proffered by the self-proclaimed “eyewitness” (which Provan magnanimously referred to as “errors”), asserting that Nyiszli’s book was not a historical record, but a novel. This claim is based on two erroneous assertions:

1) that the first edition of Nyiszli’s book appeared between 16 February and 5 April 1947 in the Budapest newspaper Világ (World);

2) that the same newspaper, in its edition of 30 September 1947, stated that Nyiszli’s book was a novel.

In reality, as I have already mentioned, Nyiszli’s first edition was published in 1946. Moreover, the newspaper Világ, mentioned by Provan, refers to Nyiszli’s book as an “élménregény”, which means, not “a novel based on one’s own personal experiences”, but, rather, “a novel of experience”, that is, a real experience so exceptional in nature as almost to resemble a novel.

That this is the correct interpretation is proven beyond doubt by the Affidavit forming the preamble to the first edition of the book:

“I, the undersigned, a doctor of medicine, Nyiszli Mikloś, ex-inmate of the concentration camp, bearer of tattoo number A 8450, in this book, which has just been published, a work which contains, in itself, the darkest pages of human history, free from all passion, without the slightest exaggeration, write as direct spectator and actor of the activities of the crematoria and funeral pyres of Auschwitz, in the fires in which [sic] millions of fathers, mothers and children disappeared.”63

The Affidavit closes with these words:

“Oradea-Nagyvárad, month of March, 1946. Dr. Nyiszli Mikloś.”

There is not the slightest doubt that Nyiszli described his book as an historical narrative; in fact, he explicitly stated that it was written “free from all passion, in accordance with the truth, without the slightest exaggeration”.

In this context, even if Provan’s interpretation were correct (and it is not), it would be improper to attribute greater value to the opinion of an unknown journalist writing in September 1947 than to the Affidavit of the author himself, writing in March 1946.

Therefore, the excuse that the book is a “novel” does not hold water and Nyiszli remains an impostor. This is shown no less clearly by another important fact.  Provan writes:

“Although Dr. Nyiszli was sent as a witness at the IG-Farben trial at Nuremberg, he did not testify, probably because he was only at Monowitz for two weeks and could only supply information of little value. He was allowed to return to Romania during the course of the same trial.”64

In effect, the IG-Farben trial records contain no mention of Miklos Nyiszli being excused; he is not even mentioned.65 Notwithstanding the simple fact that he never testified, upon returning to Romania, he immediately proceeded to write a series of articles entitled Tanu voltam Nürnbergen (I Was a Witness at Nuremberg) in which he pretended to have been interrogated by the Soviet representative of the defendant Emanuel Minskoff, quoting whole dialogues entirely invented by  Nyiszli. The first of these mendacious articles appeared in the Világ newspaper on 18 April 1948.

It is impossible to ascribe good faith to this “eyewitness,” who was and remains a mere impostor.

In consequence, the essential eyewitness testimony of Dr. Mengele’s alleged crimes at Auschwitz crumbles inexorably, and the rest of the legend along with it.

APPENDIX

Table 1 – Name Table of Children Found by the Soviets at Birkenau66

Registration number Family name Given name Sex Age Nationality Country of origin Arrival at Auschwitz
? ? V.L. M 10 Polish   12 Aug. 1944
78254 Abrahamson Helli F 10 Jewish Holland June 1944
A-7739 Adler Mano M 12 Jewish Hungary May 1944
A-26885 Ajzenberg J.I. F 8 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
? Altmann B. F 3 German   June 1944
B-5405 Apelbaum Edek M 8 Jewish Poland July 1944
B-5406 Apelbaum Milek M 8 Jewish Poland July 1944
? Bauer Sary F 15   Hungary July 1944
A-26857 Beer Pawlonna F 8 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
? Bein Piroska F 15 Bl. 10 Hungary ?
A-25981 Benger Eva F 13 Jewish Hungary 3 Nov. 1944
B-2780 Bierman Ephraim M 14 Jewish Poland 2 Jul. 1944
B-14006 Binet Robert M 5 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-14005 Binet Gaspar M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-20851 Binet Martha F 3 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-7199 Bleier Edit F 9 Jewish Hungary July 1944
A-12080 Bleier Ernö M 9 Jewish Hungary July 1944
B-14615 Bleier Istvan M 14 Jewish Hungary Beginning of July 1944
B-13979 Blum Palko M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-26847 Blum Vera F 11 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
No number Bodanska H.G. F 6 ½ Polish   born in the camp
? Borowski J.V. M 3 Polish   12 Oct. 1944
B-14003 Braun Peter M 10 months Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-26840 Braun Judith F 11 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
76484 Buci67 Liana F 7 Jewish Italy June 1944
76483 Buci68 Andrea M 7 Jewish Italy June 1944
B-13986 Burger Franz M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-13987 Burger Thomas M 11 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-7057 Čengeri L.F. F 7 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-7058 Čengeri J.T. F 7 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-7264 Chybik Ilse F 14 Jewish Austria 28 Jun. 1944
? Cinsk Jurek M 6   Poland ?
A-9746 German Marta F 14 Jewish Hungary 10 Jun. 1944
A-9745 German Katalin F 14 Jewish Hungary 10 Jun. 1944
A-26877 Diamant Eva F 12 Jewish Hungary 2 Nov. 1944
192752 Donten A.R. M 5 Polish   12 Aug. 1944
85386 Donten Vaclava F 13 Polish   12 Oct. 1944
A-8737 Echstein (Eckstein) Ilona F 9 Jewish Hungary July 1944
A-8738 Echstein (Eckstein) Vera F 9 Jewish Hungary July 1944
? Einesman Roza F 12 ? Poland August 1944
? Eisenberg Judit F 9 ? Czechoslova-kia September 1944
B-14706 Epstein H.M. M 14 ¾ Jewish Hungary June 1944
? Epstein Jamas M 15 Block 18 Hungary  
A-7060 Fekete Orla F 7 Jewish Hungary June 1944
A-12089 Fekete Vilmos M 7 Jewish Hungary June 1944
A-26919 Feldbaum Marianne F 13 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-7525 Ferri Luigi M 12 Jewish Italy August 1944
A-782 Fischer Georg M 9 Jewish Czechoslova-kia May 1944
A-781 Fischer Josef M 9 Jewish Czechoslova-kia May 1944
A-27789 Frei Rozsi F 14 Jewish Hungary 10 Jun. 1944
A-24977 Friedler Boleslaw M 13 Jewish Poland 6 Aug. 1944
B-14058 Fuchs Arpad M 10 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-15981 Fürst Erika F 13 Jewish Yugoslavia 21 May 1944
? Geiger Laura F 12 Jewish Poland August 1944
? Ginter Genjek M 6 ? Poland ?
A-13203 Goldental Sandor M 10 Jewish Hungary 5 Jun. 1944
A-13202 Goldental Ernö M 10 Jewish Hungary 5 Jun. 1944
A-7205 Goldental Manka F 3 Jewish Hungary 5 Jun. 1944
A-27632 Grinspan Ruth F 7 ½ Jewish Poland 27 Jul. 1944
A-27633 Grossmann Paula F 6 Jewish Poland 27 Jul. 1944
A-26945 Grossmann Olga F 6 ½ Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
A-26946 Grossmann V.J. F 6 ½ Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
A-26942 Grünbaum Alice F 11 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-12958 Grünfeld M. F. 14 Jewish Romania May 1944
192812 Gunsky Richard M 6 Polish ? 12 Aug. 1944
? Gutenberg V.J. F 9 Jewish Poland October 1944
190691 Gutmann Rene M 6 Jewish Czechoslova-kia May 1944
A-17546 Hadl Paul M 7 Jewish Hungary 11 Jun. 1944
A-17545 Hadl Gyuri M 7 Jewish Hungary 11 Jun. 1944
A-9754 Hadl Eva F 13 Jewish Hungary 11 Jun. 1944
B-14095 Hajman J. M 4 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
? Halpern Gabriel M 15 ? Poland June 1944
B-14101 Hamburger Julius M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-26959 Hecht Eva F 2 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-5142 Helenka ? F 2 ½ Jewish ? ?
A-27638 Hellstein Fella F 6 Jewish Poland 27 Jul. 1944
A-7222 Hermann Piroska F 13 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-2723 Hermann Ibolya F 13 Jewish Hungary 2 Nov. 1944
A-27681 Herskovic Marta F 14 Jewish Slovakia 15 May 1944
? Hochstein Paul M 5 ? Poland February 1944
A-19999 Hochstein S.D. M 4 ¾ Jewish Hungary July 1944
A-26974 Hojman Enka F 8 months Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-6373 Holländer Anna F 13 Jewish Hungary May 1944
193985 Hutnik S.S. M 13 Polish ? 12 Oct. 1944
188930 Jakobson Heinz M 8 Jewish Holland June 1944
? Jaksa-Bykonski Hania F 10 Polish ? 12 Aug. 1944
B-14381 Jung ? M 4 Jewish Slovakia November 1944
? Kaff Vera F 15 Block 25 Czechoslova-kia May 1944
? Kaff Mira F 15 Block 25 Czechoslova-kia May 1944
188926 Kanel Johann M 6 Jewish Holland 6 Jun. 1944
A-27643 Kaplon Irene F 14 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
192813 Kapusta H.J. M 5 Polish ? 12 Aug. 1944
192893 Karpa H.J. M 9 Polish ? 12 Oct. 1944
B-14105 Keller Ernst M 8 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-7213 Klein Anna F 11 Jewish Hungary Mid-June 1944
A-7214 Klein Judit F 11 Jewish Hungary Mid-June 1944
A-6471 Klein Agnes F 14 Jewish Hungary May 1944
? Klein Gyorgy M 15 Bl. 18 Hungary  
A-2459 Kleinmann Josef M 4 ¾ Jewish Czechoslova-kia May 1944
A-19997 Klüger Paul M 9 ½ Jewish Poland 23 Jul. 1944
B-14132 Kohn M.L. M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-5139 Kohn Klara F 5 Jewish Hungary 12 May 1944
A-5138 Kohn E.K. F 4 Jewish Hungary 12 May 1944
B-14156 Krasnianski Iwan M 10 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-26195 Kufler Yena F 10 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
85759 Kurska Kalina F 6 Polish Poland 13 Aug. 1944
B-7636 Lederer Franz M 14 Jewish Czechoslova-kia 14 Aug. 1944
B-14182 Lewinger Peter M 5 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
? Lieberman Tibor M 15 Block 18 Hungary ?
? Liechtenstern Kurt M 15 Block 20 Czechoslova-kia June 1943
? Löbl Robert M 15 Block 28 Hungary January 1944
A-12090 Lörinczi A.A. M 10 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-7059 Lörinczi L.A. F 10 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-5123 Lustig-Brawer Judit F 2 Jewish Hungary 22 May 1944
A-5121 Lustig-Brawer A.A. F 2 Jewish Hungary 22 May 1944
A.5131 Malek Judit F 14 Jewish Hungary May 1944
A-7738 Malek Jakob M 3 Jewish Hungary May 1944
A-7737 Malek Elias M 3 Jewish Hungary May 1944
? Malek Judit F 15 Jewish Hungary May 1944
? Malek Salomon M 15 Jewish Hungary May 1944
A-27165 Mangel Gertrud. F 12 Jewish Hungary 3 Nov. 1944
A-3638 Marmorstein Valeria F 11 Jewish Hungary 20 May 1944
A-3637 Marmorstein Marta F 11 Jewish Hungary 20 May 1944
? Maslow A.Ja. M   Russian   ?
A-9841 Mejer Laure F 13 Jewish Hungary 17 May 1944
A-1386 Mejer Mozes M 13 Jewish Hungary 17 May 1944
183959 Michuk Tolla M   Russian   ?
? Modiano Samo M 15 Block 18 Italy August 1944
77357 Morosaw Taissa F 2 ½ Russian   April 1944
A-7064 Moses Miriam F 11 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-7063 Moses Eva F 11 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
? Mucha Jeslav M 9 Polish   August 1944
A-27063 Neumann Henia F 13 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
B-14206 Neumann Gabriel J. M 8 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
B-14213 Neumann G.L. M 9 Jewish Hungary 2 Nov. 1944
188931 Noach Haskel M 10 Jewish Holland 6 Jun. 1944
78482 Noach R.A. F 13 Jewish Holland 6 Jun. 1944
? Orovicz Rischek M 5 ? Poland ?
77370 Pasankova (Michuk) Sina F 3 Russian ? ?
A-1437 Peterfreund J.S. M 12 Jewish Hungary June 1944
A-3630 Peterfreund A.S. F 12 Jewish Hungary June 1944
? Pflanzen Linka F 5 ? Poland February 44
183970 Plawinski Alik M 4 ? Witebsk 15 Apr. 1943
B-1153 Pritichy Alex M 7 Jewish Lodz/Poland August 1944
A-5602 Rajngevic69 C.M. F 14 Jewish France 28 May 1944
A-3039 Reichmann70 Friedel F 9 Jewish Belgium 21 May 1944
A-10440 Reinitz Georg M 12 Jewish Hungary 28 May 1944
B-14245 Rochlitz Alfred M 10 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
84831 Ronbacha Danuta F 13 Polish ? 13 Aug. 1944
A-7054 Rosenbaum Ruth F 10 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
A-7055 Rosenbaum Judit F 10 Jewish Hungary 2 Jun. 1944
? Rosenberg Ruth F 11 Jewish Hungary June 1944
? Rosenblum Hana F 12   Poland August 1944
B-2784 Rosenwasser Lea F 12 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-14232 Rosenwasser Josef M 8 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-14820 Rosenzweig Jurek M 12 Jewish Lodz/Poland August 1944
A-27087 Rukovic Erika F 3 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-10 Salomon Sarolta F 9 Jewish Hungary 21 May 1944
A-11 Salomon Rozalia F 9 Jewish Hungary 21 May 1944
A-5128 Sattler Vera F 12 Jewish Hungary 17 May 1944
A-5129 Sattler Magda F 12 Jewish Hungary May 1944
A-9272 Sauer Margit F 14 Jewish Hungary Mid- June 1944
A-9271 Sauer Sara F 14 Jewish Hungary Mid-June 1944
179963 Sawojlo A.I. M 10 months Russian   born in the camp
A-27153 Schick Eva F 13 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
81753 Schlager Laura F 9 Jewish Holland June 1944
188932 Schlager J.D. M 11 Jewish Holland June 1944
B-14324 Schlesinger Pavel M 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-14325 Schlesinger Robert M 11 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
A-7254 Schlesinger Martha F 12 Jewish Hungary 15 Jun. 1944
A-7255 Schlesinger Judith F 12 Jewish Hungary 15 Jun. 1944
? Schlesinger Sidonia F 14   Hungary  
? Schuldenfrei Moritz (Mendel) M 11 Block 18 Belgium April 1944
A-18951 Schwarcz Vera F 13 ½ Jewish Slovakia 16 Jun. 1944
  Schwartz Tamas M 12 ? Czechoslova-kia August 1944
B-14295 Schwarz Ferenc M 11 Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
? Schwarz Iren F 12 ? Hungary May 1944
? Schweid Andor M 15 Block 9 Hungary ?
? Selmanovic Mor M 14 ? Hungary May 1944
77303 Sluschakova Wala F 3-4 ? Witebsk April 1944
A-27880 Spiro Dora F 9 Jewish Poland 27 Jul. 1944
A-23221 Spirova Frida F 9 Jewish Slovakia 12 Nov. 1944
A-27712 Stein Judith F 14 Jewish Hungary May 1944
B-14566 Steiner Jindrich M 14 Jewish Slovakia 30 Sep. 1944
? Steiner Zdenek M 15 ? Czechoslova-kia September 1943
? Steiner Jiri M 15 ? Czechoslova-kia September 1943
81769 Stockfisch Hariette F 3 Jewish Holland June 1944
A-27126 Strauss Gitta F 10 Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
A-27127 Strauss Lilly F 12 Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
B-14272 Strauss D.J. M 8 Jewish Slovakia 4 Nov. 1944
? Stroch Jakob   15 Block 28 Holland ?
A-6900 Teller Katalina F 14 ¾ Jewish Hungary 20 May 1944
A-23493 Traub Hanka F 5 Jewish Czechoslova-kia June 1944
A-23492 Traub E. F 5 Jewish Czechoslova-kia June 1944
188933 Van Gelder Eddi M 3 Jewish Holland June 1944
188934 Viskoper Robert M 6 Jewish Holland June 1944
? Weinberger Irene F 14 ? Czechoslova-kia November 1944
? Weinheber Berta F 15 ? Czechoslova-kia November 1944
A-27202 Weiss M.E. F 10 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-27197 Weiss Migrun F 6 Jewish Slovakia 2 Nov. 1944
B-14354 Weiss Jurai M 7 months Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
? Weiss Lilly F 14 ? Hungary ?
A-27199 Weisshefer B.E. F 14 ¾ Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-27201 Weisz Eva E. F 13 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
A-27660 Weisz Elisabeth F 11 Jewish Hungary July 1944
? Weisz Marta F 11 ? Czechoslova-kia November 1944
? Weiszmann Ibolya F 13 ? Hungary June 1944
A-27208 Winter Erika F 13 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
B-14348 Winter Otto M 10 Jewish Slovakia 3 Nov. 1944
? Winzorek Bogasta   15 Block 10 Poland ?
? Wolkowitz Rifka F 5 ? Poland August 1944
? Wolkowitz Fischel M 8 ? Poland August 1944
B-14880 Worstmann (Workman) Gabor M 14 Jewish Hungary 7 Jul. 1944
? Wurms Juda M 15 Block 19 Holland ?
B-14828 Zelewski Samuel M 11 Jewish Lodz/Poland August 1944
B-14827 Zelewski Leib M 11 Jewish Lodz/Poland August 1944
? Zelmanovits Mor M 14 Block 18 Hungary ?
A-27218 Ziemlichova Alice F 13 Polish ? 2 Nov. 1944
? Zucker Maria F 13 ? Poland August 1944
A-27772 Zwischberg Vera F 12 Jewish Hungary July 1944

Table 2 – List of Twins at Auschwitz

Registration number Family name Given name Date of birth/age Date of  liberation(L = Liberated
A-348 Abeles Elisabeth 19 Jul. 1932 ?
A-77 Abeles Peter 19 Jul. 1932 ?
78254 Abrahamson Helli 10 years 27 Jan. 1945
A-7739 Adler Mano 15 Feb. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
Z-5618 Adler Konrad 8 Jan. 1936 ?
Z-5619 Adler Andreas 8 Jan. 1936 ?
A-6029 Adler Fanny 15 Feb. 1932 died at Auschwitz
A-26885 Ajzenberg J.I. 8 years 27 Jan. 1945
A-5772 Alter (Aeter) Sari ? ?
B-5405 Appelbaum Edek (Adolf) 6 years 27 Jan. 1945
B-5406 Appelbaum Milek (Hilek) 6 years 27 Jan. 1945
A-1433 Bach (Back) Isidor 25 Jun. 1927 27 Jan. 1945
A-1434 Bach (Back) Uscher 25 Jun. 1927 27 Jan. 1945
168208 Basch Paul ? ?
168209 Basch Albert ? ?
B-14731 Basch Samio 11 Jul. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
B-14732 Basch Morton 11 Jul. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
? Bauer Sary 15 ?
? Baum Miriam  Shteinhoff ? L
? Baum Yizchak ? L
A-5105 Baum Ernst (Erno) 18 Jan. 1929 ?
A-5342 Baum Magda 18 Jan. 1929 ?
A-7212 Baum Judith 31 May 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-26857 Beer Pawlonna 8 27 Jan. 1945
Z-2380 Behrends (Berentz) Johann 19 Apr. 1921 ?
Z-2381 Behrends (Berentz) Frinke 19 Apr. 1921 ?
? Bein Piroska 15 ?
A-25981 Benger Eva 13 27 Jan. 1945
B-2780 Bierman Ephraim 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-20851 Binet Martha 3 27 Jan. 1945
B-14005 Binet Gaszpar 6 27 Jan. 1945
B-14006 Binet Uszn (Robert) 6 27 Jan. 1945
? Blau Eva ? L
? Blau (Eitan) Rachel ? L
A-12080 Bleier Ernö 6 Feb. 1936 27 Jan. 1945
A-5103 Bleier Tibor 9 Jan. 1931 L
A-5104 Bleier Miklos 9 Jan. 1931 …71
A-7199 Bleier Edith 9 27 Jan. 1945
B-14615 Bleier Istvan 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-26847 Blum Vera 11 27 Jan. 1945
B-13979 Blum Palko 6 27 Jan. 1945
? Blyer Yizchak Efrat ? L
B-14003 Braun Peter 10 months 27 Jan. 1945
A-14096 Braun Kalman 31 May 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-17456 Brichta Andreas 5 Jan. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-17457 Brichta Karl 5 Jan. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-17452 Brodt Antol 12 Mar. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-17453 Brodt Józef 12 Mar. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-14090 Brown Yehudith Karen 31 May 1930 27 Jan. 1945
? Bryer (twin brother) ? L
? Bryer Yehudith Mayer ? L
76483 Bucci72 Alessandra 7 years 27 Jan. 1945
76484 Bucci73 Liliana 7 years 27 Jan. 1945
B-13986 Burger Franz 6 years 27 Jan. 1945
B-13987 Burger Thomas 11 years 27 Jan. 1945
A-7264 Chybik Ilse 14 years 27 Jan. 1945
? Cinsk Jurek 6 years ?
A-7057 Czengeri Lea 6 Jun. 1937 27 Jan. 1945
A-7058 Czengeri Yehudith 6 Jun. 1937 27 Jan. 1945
? Czuker Irena Shtronwasser ? L
? Czuker Lea Berkman ? L
A-5132 David Margit 58 years 27 Jan. 1945
? Deitch Hana Faiger ? L
? Deitch Rache Markowitz ? L
A-5135 Demst (Dunst) Therese 19 27 Jan. 1945
A-5136 Demst (Dunst) Lilly 19 27 Jan. 1945
A-9745 German Katalin 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-9746 German Martha 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-3628 Deutzel (German) Ethel 22 ?
A-3629 Deutzel (German) Malvine 22 ?
Z-4636 Dewüs Margot 25 Feb. 1927 ?
Z-4637 Dewüs Elfriede 25 Feb. 1927 ?
A-26877 Diamant Eva 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-8737 Eckstein Rona (Ilona) 8 27 Jan. 1945
A-8738 Eckstein Vera 8 27 Jan. 1945
Z-2924 Einacker Christian 22 Nov. 1931 ?
Z-2925 Einacker Paul 22 Nov. 1931 ?
? Einesman Roza 12 ?
? Eisenberg Judit 9 ?
A-7218 Eisenberger Elisabeth 28 ?
? Epstein Jamas 15 ?
B-14706 Epstein H.M. 14 ¾ 27 Jan. 1945
A-7256 Erenthal Elizabeth 34 ?
A-7257 Erenthal Marie 34 ?
113336 Ernst Hermann 12 Mar. 1910 ?
Z-5645 Ernst Karl 12 Mar. 1910 ?
A-2042 Feingold Jakob 5 Nov. 1927 ?
A-4891 Feingold Rosa 5 Nov. 1927 ?
? Feit Esther ? L
? Feit Ita ? L
A-12089 Fekete Vilmos 7 27 Jan. 1945
A-7060 Fekete Izabella 7 27 Jan. 1945
A-7740 Feld Ludwik 19 Mar. 1904 27 Jan. 1945
A-26919 Feldbaum Marianne 13 27 Jan. 1945
A-781 Fischer Josef 7 Jan. 1936 27 Jan. 1945
A-782 Fischer Georg 7 Jan. 1936 27 Jan. 1945
A-5717 Fogel Isidor 13 May 1929 ?
A-5718 Fogel Mano 13 May 1929 ?
A-15675 Frankfurt Georg 13 Oct. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-15676 Frankfurt Laslo 13 Oct. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-3102 Frankovitz Morris ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-3103 Frankovitz Jacob ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-27789 Frei Rozsi 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7216 Freiberger Jolan 43 ?
A-7217 Freiberger Margit 43 ?
? Fried Charlotte 21 ?
A-5126 Fried Jolan 21 ?
A-13 Friedman Esther 15 ?
A-14 Friedman Helena 15 ?
A-12081 Friedmann Jakob 12 Oct. 1925 27 Jan. 1945
A-12082 Friedmann Mozes 12 Oct. 1925 27 Jan. 1945
A-7202 Friedmann Olga 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-7203 Friedmann Ewa 12 27 Jan. 1945
B-14058 Fuchs Arpad 10 27 Jan. 1945
? Fuggel Ezra ? L
? Fuggel Menasche ? L
A-15981 Fürst Erika 13 27 Jan. 1945
? Fux Miriam ? L
? Fux Yona Lux ? L
? Geiger Laura 12 ?
? Ginter Genjek 6 ?
? Goldberger Laura 27 Feb. 1929 ?
A-2513 Goldberger Josef 27 Feb. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
A-5119 Goldberger Margit 27 Feb. 1929 ?
A-13203 Goldentahl Ernest 16 Feb. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-13202 Goldental Ernö 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-13203 Goldental Sandor 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-7205 Goldental Manka 3 27 Jan. 1945
? Goldenthal Amy ? L
A-13202 Goldenthal Aleksander 16 Feb. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-7733 Gottesmann Elias 4 L
A-7734 Gottesmann Jenö 4 L
A-7735 Gottesmann Joseph ? ?
A-27632 Grinspan Ruth 7 ½ 27 Jan. 1945
A-21945 Grossman Olga Solomon 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-21946 Grossman Vera Krieghel 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-26945 Grossmann Olga 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-26946 Grossmann Vera 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-27633 Grossmann Paula 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-9269 Grossmann Katalin 47 ?
A-9270 Grossmann Susanne 47 ?
A-2518 Grosz Lajosz 22 Nov. 1903 ?
A-2519 Grosz Tibor 22 Nov. 1903 ?
A-26942 Grünbaum Alice 11 27 Jan. 1945
A-7200 Grünbaum Berta 19 27 Jan. 1945
A-7201 Grünbaum Jolan 19 27 Jan. 1945
A-5719 Grünberger Oscar 9 Jun. 1925 ?
A-6030 Grünberger Sara 9 Jun. 1925 ?
A-12958 Grünfeld M. 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-6036 Grünhut Janka 49 ?
? Gutenberg V.J. 9 27 Jan. 1945
? Gutman Menahem (Menesel) ? L
? Gutman (sister) ? L
? Gutman Yoel ? L
? Gutman (triplet sister) ? L
169061 Guttman Rene 21 Dec. 1937 27 Jan. 1945
70917 Guttman Irene 21 Dec. 1937 27 Jan. 1945
A-17545 Hadl Gyuri 7 27 Jan. 1945
A-17546 Hadl Paul 7 27 Jan. 1945
A-9754 Hadl Eva 13 27 Jan. 1945
A-17545 Hadl (Hadel) Georg Heimler 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-17546 Hadl (Hadel) Paul Heimler 6 27 Jan. 1945
B-14095 Hajman J. 4 27 Jan. 1945
Z-5277 Halonek Drachomie 14 May 1936 ?
Z-5278 Halonek Anna 14 May 1936 ?
? Halpern Gabriel 15 ?
B-14101 Hamburger Julius 6 27 Jan. 1945
Z-4975 Hanstein Paul 27 Jun. 1898 ?
B-10502 Hauptmann Zoltan 23 Oct. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
B-10503 Hauptmann Jenö 23 Oct. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-9747 Havas Agnes 21 Aug. 1927 74
A-9748 Havas Judith 21 Aug. 1927 75
A-26959 Hecht Eva 2 27 Jan. 1945
? Helbrun Annetta 4 Feb. 1924 L
? Helbrun Stephanie 4 Feb. 1924 L
A-5142 Helenka ? 2 ½ 27 Jan. 1945
148578 Heller Paul 1 Jul. 1927 ?
148580 Heller Peter 1 Jul. 1927 27 Jan. 1945
A-27638 Hellstein Fella 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-1435 Herbach Andreas 3 Mar. 1925 ?
A-1436 Herbach Ladislaus 3 Mar. 1925 76
? Hermann (fratello) ? L
? Hermann Czvi Weisel ? L
A-7222 Hermann Piroska 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-7223 Hermann Ibolya 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-27681 Herskovic Marta 14 27 Jan. 1945
? Herskovitz Ruth ? L
A-5079 Herskowicz Gizela (Pearle) 23 27 Jan. 1945
A-5080 Herskowicz Helena 23 27 Jan. 1945
? Hochstein Paul 5 ?
A-19999 Hochstein S.D. 4 ¾ 27 Jan. 1945
A-5197 Hofert Alfred 22 May 1933 L
A-7061 Hoffman Olga 20 27 Jan. 1945
A-7062 Hoffman Ida 20 27 Jan. 194577
A-26974 Hojman Enka 8 months 27 Jan. 1945
A-5106 Holfert (Holpert) Eugen (Jenö) 22 May 1933 ?
A-5107 Holfert (Szechter) Alfred 22 May 1933 27 Jan. 1945
A-5117 Holländer Rosa 22 ?
A-5118 Holländer Laura 22 ?
A-6373 Holländer Anna 13 27 Jan. 1945
? Hornung Henry ? L
? Hornung Victor ? L
188930 Jakobson Heinz 8 27 Jan. 1945
B-14381 Jung ? 4 27 Jan. 1945
170377 Kafka Otto 5 Jan. 1901 ?
A-7047 Kafr (Kaff) Mira 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7048 Kafr (Kaff) Vera 14 27 Jan. 1945
188926 Kanel Johann 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-27643 Kaplon Irene 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7220 Kastner Iboria 28 ?
A-7221 Kastner (Singer)  Klara 28 ?
A-5720 Katz Abraham 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-5721 Katz Chaim 1932 ?
B-14105 Keller Ernst 8 27 Jan. 1945
A-9749 Kemenski Klara 24 L
A-9750 Kemenski Magda 24 L
A-7049 Keppes (Köpes) Ewa 19 L
A-7050 Keppes (Köpes) Teresa 19 L
A-8735 Kerpel Marta 17 L
A-8736 Kerpel Ida 17 L
170450 Kestr Friedrich 26 Oct. 1921 ?
170451 Kestr Hans 26 Oct. 1921 ?
A-8739 Kirz (Kurz) Lilly 22 Feb. 1900 27 Jan. 194578
A-8740 Kirz (Kurz) Edith 22 Feb. 1900 L
A-14319 Kiss Andre 5 Oct. 1928 ?
A-14320 Kiss Laszlo 5 Oct. 1928 ?
? Klein Gyorgy 15 ?
? Klein Bela ? L
? Klein (twin brother) ? L
A-2511 Klein Laslo 31 Jan. 1931 ?
A-2512 Klein Gyula 31 Jan. 1931 ?
A-5331 Klein Ferenz 7 Jun. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-5332 Klein Otto 7 Jun. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-6471 Klein Agnes 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7213 Klein Anna 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-7214 Klein Judith 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-4931 Kleinman Martha 14 Apr. 1940 27 Jan. 1945
A-2459 Kleinmann Josef 14 Apr. 1940 27 Jan. 1945
A-19997 Klüger Paul 9 ½ 27 Jan. 1945
A-5138 Kohn Ewa 15 Mar. 1940 27 Jan. 1945
A-5139 Kohn Klara 15 Mar. 1940 27 Jan. 1945
B-14132 Kohn M.L. 6 27 Jan. 1945
80912 Kohnstein Emilie 12 Sep. 1927 27 Jan. 1945
80913 Kohnstein Gizela 12 Sep. 1927 27 Jan. 1945
B-14156 Krasnianski Iwan 10 27 Jan. 1945
73492 Kraub (Traub) Ewa 5 Jun. 1939 27 Jan. 1945
73493 Kraub (Traub) Hanka 5 Jun. 1939 27 Jan. 1945
Z-1773 Kraus Elisabeth 17 Sep. 1923 ?
Z-1774 Kraus Anna 17 Sep. 1923 ?
Z-2660 Kreutz (Krentz) Elise 19 Oct. 1876 ?
Z-2661 Kreutz (Krentz) Johanna 19 Oct. 1876 ?
A-26195 Kufler Yena 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-14321 Kühn Gyorgy 23 Jan. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-14322 Kühn Istwan 17 Dec. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
85759 Kurska Kalina 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-7051 Labowicz Lili 15 27 Jan. 1945
A-7052 Labowicz Ewa 15 27 Jan. 1945
A-5544 Lachkar Lucy 21 ?
A-27700 Laks Jona 28 Apr. 1928 79
A-14325 Laufer Josef 12 Aug. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-14326 Laufer Istwan (Stefan) 12 Aug. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-5722 Lazarovitz Yizchak ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-6033 Lazarovitz Gizela 1 Jul. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
A-5722 Lazarowicz Isidor 1 Jul. 1929 ?
170574 Lebenhart Eugen 21 Feb. 1924 ?
B-7636 Lederer Franz 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-342 Leipen Ervin 23 May 1937 ?
A-343 Leipen Paul 23 May 1937 ?
? Levinger Rachel Zehira ? L
? Levinstein Herman ? L
? Levinstein Lili Birkenfeld ? L
B-14182 Lewinger Peter 5 27 Jan. 1945
A-3632 Lichtenstein Lilly 21 L
A-3633 Lichtenstein Malvine 21 L
? Lieberman Tibor 15 ?
? Lieberman Gota ? L
? Lieberman (sister) ? L
? Liechtenstern Kurt 15 ?
A-12083 Lipschitz Erno 16 Jul. 1927 ?
A-12084 Lipschitz Zoltan 16 Jul. 1927 ?
? Lipshitz Elimelek ? L
? Lipshitz Zeipora Milstein ? L
? Löbl Robert 15 ?
A-12090 Lörenzi Andreas 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-7059 Lörenzi Lea 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-5141 Lövinger Rosa 2 L
A-5142 Lövinger Helena 2 L
? Lövy Miriam 4 Jun. 1928 27 Jan. 1945
A-1295 Lövy Leopold 4 Jun. 1928 27 Jan. 1945
A-14097 Lövy (Levy) Andor ? ?
A-14093 Löwenstein Herman 25 Jun. 1930 ?
? Lowy (Lovy) Miriam 6 Apr. 1928 27 Jan. 1945
A-14323 Lustig Gyorgy (Georg) 13 Dec. 1926 27 Jan. 1945
A-14324 Lustig Martin 13 Dec. 1926 27 Jan. 1945
A-5121 Lustig-Brauer (Braver) Ewa 22 Dec. 1942 80
A-5122 Lustig-Brauer (Braver) Agnes 22 Dec. 1942 27 Jan. 1945
A-5123 Lustig-Brauer (Braver) Judith 22 Dec. 1942 27 Jan. 1945
A-5131 Malek Yehudith Feig 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7736 Malek Salomon 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7737 Malek Elias 3 27 Jan. 1945
A-7738 Malek Jacob 3 27 Jan. 1945
A-27165 Mangel G.L. 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-1386 Mayer (Meier) Moses 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-3841 Mayer (Meier) Laura 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-3637 Mermelstein Marta 11 27 Jan. 1945
A-3638 Mermelstein Waleria 11 27 Jan. 1945
A-3622 Michobowicz Irena 21 L
A-3623 Michobowicz Lenta 21 L
? Mintz Rivka Vered ? L
? Mintz (sister) ? L
? Modiano Samo 15 ?
A-5770 Molnar Suza 20 L
A-5771 Molnar Marie 20 L
A-7063 Moses Eva 11 27 Jan. 1945
A-7064 Moses Miriam 11 27 Jan. 1945
? Moskowitz Elisabeth ? L
A-6034 Moszkowitz Rosa 18 L
A-6035 Moszkowitz Helena 18 81
A-7063 Mozes Eva 31 Jan. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-7064 Mozes Miriam 31 Jan. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-27063 Neumann Henia 13 27 Jan. 1945
B-14206 Neumann Gabriel J. 8 27 Jan. 1945
B-14213 Neumann G.L. 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-7259 Neuschlöss Judith 17 Dec. 1927 ?
A-14327 Neuschlüss Gabor 17 Dec. 1927 ?
188931 Noach Haskel 10 27 Jan. 1945
78482 Noach R.A. 13 27 Jan. 1945
A-1719 Nochmann Albert 22 Apr. 1885 ?
A-1720 Nochmann Fritz 22 Apr. 1885 ?
A-1766 Oppenheimer Jaroslaus 26 Mar. 1920 ?
A-1767 Oppenheimer Sidonius 26 Mar. 1920 ?
A-1442 Ories (Ovicz) Abraham 26 Sep. 1903 27 Jan. 1945
A-1443 Ories (Ovicz) Markus 16 Jul. 1909 27 Jan. 1945
A-1444 Ories (Ovicz) Sandor 1 27 Jan. 1945
? Orovicz Rischek 5 ?
A-5089 Ovicz (Edenburg) Erika (Frieda) ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5087 Ovicz (Owicz) Piroska ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5088 Ovicz (Owicz) Rozsi (Rozhinka) ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5090 Ovicz (Owicz) Franciska ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5092 Ovicz (Owicz) Seren (Sara) ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5093 Ovicz (Owicz) Lina (Leah) ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-5091 Ovicz-Miskovitz Elisabeth ? 27 Jan. 1945
A-7206 Paneth (Pacuta) Ewa 15 L
A-7207 Paneth (Pacuta) Sara 15 L
A-1437 Peterfreund J.S. 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-3630 Peterfreund Agnes 12 Nov. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-1437 Peterfreund Istwan 12 Nov. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
? Pflanzen Linka 5 ?
Z-5751 Pohl Alfred 6 Nov. 1931 ?
Z-5752 Pohl Fritz 6 Nov. 1931 ?
A-2514 Pollack Abraham 21 Nov. 1924 82
A-2515 Pollack Jacob 21 Nov. 1924 83
A-5417 Pollak Rozsi 11 Mar. 1927 84
B-1153 Pritichy Alex 7 27 Jan. 1945
A-5602 Rajngevic C.M. 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-7219 Reich Olga 28 ?
A-10508 Reichenberg Efraim (Ernst) 11 Feb. 1928 27 Jan. 1945
B-10507 Reichenberg Laslo 11 Feb. 1928 L
A-3039 Reichmann Friedel 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-10440 Reinitz Georg 12 27 Jan. 1945
B-14245 Rochlitz Alfred 10 27 Jan. 1945
? Rosen Eva ? L
? Rosen Helen ? L
A-7054 Rosenbaum Ruth 25 Mar. 1934 27 Jan. 194585
A-7055 Rosenbaum Judith 25 Mar. 1934 27 Jan. 1945
? Rosenblum Hana 12 ?
B-14232 Rosenwasser Josef 8 27 Jan. 1945
B-2784 Rosenwasser Lea 12 27 Jan. 1945
B-14820 Rosenzweig Jurek 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-5415 Roth Piroska 3 Nov. 1927 86
A-5416 Roth Hermine 3 Nov. 1927 87
A-27087 Rukovic Erika 3 27 Jan. 1945
? Sainer Ilan ? L
? Sainer (Novomkova) Hana ? L
A-10 Salamon Charlotte Malte 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-11 Salamon Rosa 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-5723 Salomon Lipot 12 Apr. 1924 …
A-5724 Salomon Dezö 12 Apr. 1924 …
A-5725 Salomon Sandor 11 May 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-5726 Salomon Tibor 11 May 1931 27 Jan. 1945
147689 Salus Georg 10 Mar. 1924 ?
147690 Salus Ladislaus 10 Mar. 1924 ?
A-14094 Sander Josef 6 Oct. 1931 L
A-7208 Sander Rozsi 6 Oct. 1931 L
? Sattler Gardony (Magda) 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-5128 Sattler Vera 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-5129 Sattler Magda 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-9271 Sauer Sara 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-9272 Sauer Margit 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-12087 Schick Jose 1 88
A-12088 Schick Otto 1 ?
A-27153 Schick Eva 13 27 Jan. 1945
A-7044 Schick Hedi 1 89
188932 Schlager J.D. 11 27 Jan. 1945
81753 Schlager Laura 9 27 Jan. 1945
? Schlesinger Harry 3 Sep. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
? Schlesinger (twin sister) ? died at Au.
60721 Schlesinger Paula ? L
A-3624 Schlesinger Klara 19 L
A-3625 Schlesinger Lio 19 L
A-5773 Schlesinger Sidonia 9 Mar. 1929 27 Jan. 1945
A-7254 Schlesinger Martha 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-7255 Schlesinger Judith 12 27 Jan. 1945 + 16 Mar.4590
A-7732 Schlesinger Herman 9 Mar. 1929 ?
B-14324 Schlesinger Pavel 6 27 Jan. 1945
B-14325 Schlesinger Robert 11 27 Jan. 1945
170799 Schön Richard 22 May 1906 ?
170800 Schön Robert 22 May 1906 ?
A-7041 Schröter Judith 12 L
A-7042 Schröter Veronika 12 L
? Schuldenfrei Moritz (Mendel) 11 ?
A-18951 Schwarcz Vera 13 ½ 27 Jan. 1945
? Schwartz Tamas 12 ?
? Schwartz Yakov ? 27 Jan. 1945
? Schwartz Yehuda ? L
? Schwartz Eva ? 91
A-7710 Schwartz Elisabeth ? L
? Schwarz Iren 12 ?
A-14095 Schwarz Kalman 8 Apr. 1932 27 Jan. 1945
A-5109 Schwarz Eugen (Jenö) 13 Apr. 1915 ?
A-5343 Schwarz Elisabeth 8 Apr. 1932 ?
A-5727 Schwarz Aladar 10 Jan. 1921 ?
A-5728 Schwarz Ignatz 10 Jan. 1921 ?
A-6037 Schwarz Elisabeth 49 ?
A-7730 Schwarz Josef 13 Apr. 1925 ?
A-7731 Schwarz Adolf 13 Apr. 1925 ?
B-14295 Schwarz Ferenc 11 27 Jan. 1945
? Schweid Andor 15 ?
A-792 Seiler Sarah 5 Oct. 1940 27 Jan. 1945
A-793 Seiler Hannah 5 Oct. 1940 92
169094 Seiner Milan 16 Nov. 1933 ?
71787 Seiner Milada ? L
71789 Seiner Hanna ? L
A-1199 Seligsohn Arthur 22 Jan. 1889 ?
? Selmanovic Mor 14 ?
A-5133 Senderowicz Gizella 18 L
A-5134 Senderowicz Rosa 18 L
A-6024 Silberger Judith 20 L
A-6025 Silberger Andrea 20 L
A-7221 Singer (Sinje) Klara 28 years ?
A-1439 Slomowicz Markus 18 Apr. 1925 ?
A-1440 Slomowicz Josef 28 Jan. 1931 ?
A-1441 Slomowicz Idel (Juda) 26 Jun. 1933 ?
A-2517 Slomowicz Lazar Lajoz 8 May 1926 27 Jan. 1945
A-1438 Slomowicz (Slomovitz) Simon 19 Dec. 1897 ?
A-2516 Slomowiecz (Slomowicz) Salomon 8 May 1926 27 Jan. 1945
77303 Sluschakova Wala 3-4 ?
? Solomon Shaul Almog ? L
? Solomon Slomo Almog ? L
A-1 Solomon Rosalia 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-17454 Somogyi Peter 14 Apr. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
A-17455 Somogyi Tomas 14 Apr. 1935 27 Jan. 1945
? Spiegel Magda Zalikovich 5 Jan. 1915 27 Jan. 1945
A-7729 Spiegel Ernst Czvi 5 Jan. 1915 27 Jan. 1945
A-23221 Spirova Frida 9 ?
A-27880 Spirova Dora 9 27 Jan. 1945
A-14328 Stadler Andor 10 Jun. 1929 ?
A-7258 Stadler Vera 10 Jun. 1929 ?
A-27712 Stein Judith 14 27 Jan. 1945
147742 Steiner Zdenek 20 May 1929 27 Jan. 1945
147743 Steiner Georg 20 May 1929 27 Jan. 1945
B-10504 Steiner Endre 9 Jun. 1929 ?
B-10505 Steiner Zoltan 9 Jun. 1929 ?
B-14566 Steiner Jindrich 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-8272 Stern Lea 14 27 Jan. 1945
A-8273 Stern Hojnol 14 27 Jan. 1945
81769 Stockfisch Hariette 3 27 Jan. 1945
147673 Stolz Zdenek 21 Aug. 1921 ?
A-9751 Storch Lenke 30 L
A-60 Storch (Stroch) ? ?
A-9752 Storch (Weiss) Olga 30 L
A-27126 Strauss Gitta 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-27127 Strauss Lilly 12 27 Jan. 1945
B-14272 Strauss D.J. 8 27 Jan. 1945
? Stroch Jakob 15 ?
168786 Süsser Fritz 21 Apr. 1904 93
170896 Süsser Hans 21 Apr. 1904 94
A-14094 Szandor Josef (Henryk) 10 Jun. 1931 27 Jan. 1945
? Taub Yizchak ? L
? Taub Zerah ? L
A-2507 Taub Georg 18 Feb. 1933 95
A-2508 Taub Imre 18 Feb. 1933 96
A-6900 Teller K.J. 14 ¾ 27 Jan. 1945
A-3100 Tesler Hermann 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-3101 Tesler Uszer 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-23492 Traub E. 5 27 Jan. 1945
A-23493 Traub Hanka 5 27 Jan. 1945
188933 Van Gelder Eddi 3 27 Jan. 1945
? Vigozcka Rachel Vachtel ? L
? Vigozcka Sarah Lushek ? L
188934 Viskoper Robert 6 27 Jan. 1945
? Vissan (twin brother) ? 97
? Vissan Yuppy Yan ? L
A-7046 Wasserman Gisella 16 27 Jan. 1945
A-7045 Wassermann Frieda 16 27 Jan. 1945
? Weinberger Irene 14 ?
? Weinheber Berta 15 ?
A-6031 Weiser Fanny 20 ?
A-6032 Weiser Jolan 20 ?
? Weiss Jonathan Bandy ? L
? Weiss Mayer (Bela) ? L
A-160 Weiss ? ? ?
A-27197 Weiss Migrun 6 27 Jan. 1945
A-27202 Weiss M.E. 10 27 Jan. 1945
A-3626 Weiss Olga ? ?
A-3627 Weiss Malvine ? ?
A-3634 Weiss Edith 1926 27 Jan. 1945
A-3635 Weiss Piroska 1926 27 Jan. 1945
A-5554 Weiss Lili 14 Nov. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-6026 Weiss Ewa 10 Aug. 1922 27 Jan. 1945
A-6027 Weiss Vera 10 Aug. 1922 27 Jan. 1945
A-8270 Weiss Anna 19 L
A-8271 Weiss Katalin 19 L
B-14354 Weiss Jurai 7 months 27 Jan. 1945
A-27199 Weisshefer B.E. 14 ¾ 27 Jan. 1945
? Weisz Marta 11 ?
A-12085 Weisz Bela 8 Nov. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-12086 Weisz Andor (Andre) 8 Nov. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-2509 Weisz Hermann 3 May 1926 ?
A-2510 Weisz Lajosz 3 May 1926 ?
A-27201 Weisz Eva E. 13 27 Jan. 1945
A-27660 Weisz Elisabeth 11 27 Jan. 1945
A-5108 Weisz (Weiss) Sandor 1 Feb. 1930 ?
? Weiszmann Ibolya 13 ?
A-2520 Wiesel Hermann 14 Feb. 1930 27 Jan. 1945
A-2521 Wiesel Siegmund 14 Feb. 1930 ?
A-27208 Winter Erika 13 27 Jan. 1945
B-14348 Winter Otto 10 27 Jan. 1945
? Winzorek Bogasta 15 ?
186644 Wittenberg Imre 2 Jun. 1925 ?
? Wolkowitz Rifka 5 ?
? Wolkowitz Fischel 8 ?
B-14880 Worstmann (Workman) Gabor 14 27 Jan. 1945
? Wurms Juda 15 ?
? Zawer Miri Sheinberger ? L
? Zawer Sarah Tigherman ? L
B-14827 Zelewski Leib 12 27 Jan. 1945
B-14828 Zelewski Samuel 12 27 Jan. 1945
A-5418 Zelikowic Magda ? ?
A-3102 Zelmanowitz Mor 7 Jun. 1931 27 Jan. 1945
A-5419 Zelmanowitz Eva 7 Jun. 1931 27 Jan. 1945
? Zucker Maria 13 ?
A-27772 Zwischberg Vera 12 27 Jan. 1945

Abbreviations

AGK: Archiwum Głównej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu Instytutu Pamięci Narodowej (Archives of the Central Commission for the Investigation of Crimes against the Polish People – National Memorial), Warsaw

APMO: Archiwum Państwowego Muzeum Oświęcim-Brzezinka (Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum)

GARF: Gosudarstvenni Archiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii (State Archives of the Russian Federation, Moscow)

RGVA: Rossiiskii Gosudarstvennii Vojennii Archiv (Russian State Military Archives), Moscow

Notes:

1 Hefte von Auschwitz. Verlag des Staatliches Auschwitz-Museum,  no. 20, 1997,  pp. 369-455.

2 H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, in Hefte von Auschwitz, p. 376.

3 Ibid, p. 381.

4 Ibid.

5 Comité international de la Croix-Rouge. Documents sur l’activité du Comité international de la Croix-Rouge en faveur des civils détenus dans les camps de concentration en Allemagne (1939-1945). Second edition, Geneva, 1946, pp. 91-92.

6H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, op. cit., p. 389.

7 Ibid, p. 379.

8 AAVV, Noma (cancrum oris): questions and answers, in: http://www.munksgaard.dk/pdf/117pdf.nsf/all/521440/$FILE/odi0050211.pdf

9 Th. Grotus, J. Parcer, «EDV-gestützte Auswertung der Sterbeeinträge», in: Sterbebücher von Auschwitz. Published by the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. K.G.Saur. Munich, New Providence, London, Paris, 1995, p. 248.

10 H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, op. cit., p. 379.

11 Ibid, p. 380.

12 Ibid, p. 379.

13 Ibid, p. 390.

14 Ibid, p. 396.

15 Ibid, p. 397.

16 Ibid, p. 390.

17 Ibid, p. 403.

18 Ibid, p. 382.

19 Ibid, p. 387.

20 APMO, D-AuI-3/1; D-AuII-3a/16; D-AuII-3a/25-49.

21 H. Kubica, «Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau», op. cit., p. 404.

22 G.L. Posner, J. Ware, Mengele. The Complete Story (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1986).

23 R.J. Lifton, I medici nazisti. La psicologia del genocidio. Rizzoli, Milan, 1988, pp. 338-340, 456-457, 467, 469, 471, 475, 478-479, 482, 492, 595.

24 H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, op. cit., p. 385.

25 Ibid, pp. 378, 384, 404, 405 e 408.

26  M. Nyiszli, Medico ad Auschwitz. Longanesi, Milano, 1977, p. 51.

27  “An die internationale Öffentlichkeit”, Auschwitz, den 4. März 1945. GARF, 7021-108-46, p. 11, with handwritten signature of B. Epstein.

28 Terezínská pamĕtní kniha. Terezínská Iniciativa, Melantrich, 1995, vol. I, p. 333.

29 G.L. Posner, J. Ware, Mengele. The complete story, op. cit., p. 329.

30 See the brief biography on http://lastexpression.northwestern.edu/Bios/bio_gottliebova_top.html.

31 H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau», op. cit., p. 429.

32 May be consulted at: http://www.candles-museum.com/Twinlist.htm

33 H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, op. cit., pp. 437-455.

34 L. Picciotto Fargion, Il libro della memoria. Gli Ebrei deportati dall’Italia (1943-1945). Mursia Editore, Turin, 1995, p. 157.

35  Ibid, p. 266.

36  Ibid, p. 217.

37 Arbeitseinsatz für den 16. Januar 1945. RGVA, 502-1-67, p. 17a.

38 See table –

39 GARF, 7021-108-23.

40  See table 2.

41  H. Kubica, „Dr. Mengele und seine Verbrechen im Konzentrationslager Auschwitz-Birkenau“, op. cit., p. 442, 449, 451.

42 Z. Zofka, „Der KZ-Arzt Mengele zur Typologie eines NS-Verbrechers“, in: Vierteljahreshefte für Zeitgeschichte Vol. 34, No. 2, (1986) pp. 245-267.

43 The reference to the witnesses who appeared in Mengele’s trial held in absentia in February 1985 in Jerusalem.

44 Z. Zofka, „Der KZ-Arzt Mengele zur Typologie eines NS-Verbrechers“, op. cit.,  pp. 246-247.

45 Ibid, pp.259-260.

46 Ibid, p. 260.

47 Ibid, p. 247.

48 Ibid, p. 257, 258, 260, 262, 263.

49 Nyiszli, Miklos, I Was Dr. Mengele’s Assistant. Oswiecim, , 2001 (reprint)

50 NI-11710.

51 Sugarco Edizioni, Milan, 1985.

52 “Medico ad Auschwitz”: Anatomia di un falso. La Sfinge, Parma, 1988.

53 Let us summarise what I wrote in La soluzione finale. problemi e polemiche. Edizioni di Ar, Padua, 1991, pp. 200-207 (“The Problem of the False Testimonies”) and in the article “Vulgärer Berufsbetrüger” [“Just a Common   Swindler”] , in: Vierteljahreshefte für freie Geschichtsforschung, year 6, no. 2, June 2002, pp. 231-232.

54 Processo Höss, volume 11, pp. 47-48.

55 See, in this regard, my study Il numero dei morti di Auschwitz. Vecchie e nuove imposture. I Quaderni di Auschwitz,1.  Effepi Editore, Genoa, 2004.

56 The coke-fired ovens had to be shut down once per day to clean the fuel slag off the grills on the gas generators.

57 See, in this regard, my article „Flammen und Rauch aus Krematoriumskaminen“ in: Vierteljahreshefte für freie Geschichtsforschung, year 7, Nos. 3 & 4, December 2003, pp. 386-391.

58 Chlorine is about 2.4 times the density of air at 25°C.

59 Hydrogen cyanide is about 0.9 times the density of air at 30°C.

60 The Holocaust historian Georges Wellers has written: “In other words, hydrocyanic acid vapours are lighter than air and therefore rise in the atmosphere”. G. Wellers, „Die zwei Giftgase“ (“The Two Poison Gases”), in: Nationalsozialistiche Massentötungen durch Giftgas. Eine Dokumentation.  By Eugen Kogon, Hermann Langbein, Adalbert Rückerl et al, S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1983, p. 283.

61 See, in this regard, my study Auschwitz: un caso di plagio. Edizioni La Sfinge, Parma, 1986.

62 G. Wellers, „Die zwei Giftgase“ (“The Two Poisonous Gases”), in: Nationalsozialistiche Massentötungen durch Giftgas. Eine Dokumentation.  By Eugen Kogon, Hermann Langbein, Adalbert Rückerl et al. S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1983, p. 283.

63 M. Nyiszli, Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa voltam az auschwitz-i krematóriumban, op. cit.,  p. 6.

64 Charles D. Provan , „Miklos Nyiszli und sein Auschwitz-Buch in neuem Licht», in: Vierteljahreshefte für freie Geschichtsforschung, year 6, no. 1, April 2002, p. 44.

65 Trial of  War Criminals before the Nuernberg Military Tribunals under Control Council Law n° 10, volumes VII and  VIII. Nurernberg, October 1946-April 1949.

66 GARF, 7021-108-23, pp. 179-198 e 200-217.

67 Bucci Tatiana Liliana.

68 Bucci  Alessandra.

69 Rajngevic Cecilie, born on 22 Jan. 1931. Le mémorial de la déportation des Juifs de France. Edited and published by Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, Paris, 1978, transport no.74 of 20 May 1944.

70 Reichmann Friedel,born on 16 Jun. 1935. S. Klarsfeld, M. Steinberg, Mémorial de la déportation des Juifs de Belgique. The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, New York, 1994, p. 435, transport XXV of 19 May 1944.

71 “Died at the camp as a result of experiments performed.”

72 Bucci  Alessandra.

73 Bucci Tatiana Liliana.

74 Evacuated to Germany in November 1944, liberated there on 3 or 4 May 1945.

75 Evacuated to Germania in November 1944, liberated there on 3 or 4 May 1945.

76 Died on the evacuation transport on 27 January 1945 in Czechoslovakian territory.

77 Died after the liberation.

78 Died on 3 March 1945.

79 Evacuated to Ravensbrück, liberated near Lipsia.

80 Died in Auschwitz concentration camp.

81 Died in the camp on 26 August 1944.

82 Evacuated to Buchenwald.

83 Evacuated to Buchenwald, died on 11 March 1945.

84 Transferred to Buchenwald in October 1944.

85  Died on 14 Mar. 1945.

86 Transferred to Buchenwald in November 1944.

87 Transferred to Buchenwald in November 1944.

88 “Died in the camp as a result of the experiments performed on him.”

89 “Died in the camp as a result of the experiments performed on her.”

90 Died on  16 Mar.1945.

91 Died at Auschwitz.

92 Died at Auschwitz.

93 In 1945 to Gross-Rosen concentration camp, then evacuated to Dachau concentration camp.

94 In 1945 to Gross-Rosen concentration camp, then evacuated to Dachau concentration camp.

95 In 1945 evacuated to Buchenwald concentration camp.

96 In 1945 evacuated to Buchenwald concentration camp.

97 Died at Auschwitz.

Article previously published under the title Il dottor Mengele e i gemelli di Auschwitz. Effepi, Genoa, 2008.

Source: http://inconvenienthistory.com/archive/2013/volume_5/number_4/dr_mengeles_medical_experiments_on_twins.php

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