One of Adolf Hitler’s most insidious goals was his Final Solution: genocide, the killing of all jews in Europe and inevitably throughout the world. Genocide involves people killing large numbers of victims while at the same time remaining emotionally detached from the operation. Special techniques were routinely used to neutralise any guilt associated with the wholesale slaughter of humans. Large rations of alcohol were distributed regularly to many executioners; they were also provided with better food and housing than their peers. To professionalise this killing, special terminology, such as human material and subjects were used to identify intended victims.
Physicians usually supervised the incoming trains at the death camps such as Auschwitz and Treblinka. Their job was to identify which prisoners would or would not be immediately sent to the gas chambers. For some of the doctors this was a very stressful task that evoked severe anxiety. This was not true of Dr. Josef Mengele; he regularly volunteered for selection duty. At 32 Dr. Mengele was an aspiring geneticist who held a passion for fame and notoriety. Disturbed by the lack of warmth between him and his parents, Mengele was determined to raise himself up in their eyes through a successful career in medicine, He easily accepted the Nazi philosophy that it was possible through selection, refinement, and genetic engineering to create the ultimate ‘pure’ race. At the camps he had an endless supply of human material on which to experiment. Those who were not deemed fit for experimentation were usually gassed and cremated shortly after their arrival at the camps, except those prisoners who were forced into labor.
Mengele set himself apart from from the other physicians and soon became known as the most feared man in Auschwitz. His 'experiments’ turned out to be ruthless, diabolical acts of torture that nearly always ended in death. Unlike many who simply followed his orders, Mengele understood his work with a passion. Witnesses reported having seen his laboratory lined with pairs of eyes from his experiments on dozens of victims. His obsession was to conduct comparative research on children, especially twins. he was constantly in search of identical twins. He often performed surgery on the children without anaesthetics. In one case he took two children, one of them a hunchback, and surgically sewed them together.
In one instance he had a hunchback father and his 15 year old son, who had a deformed foot, executed. He then had all the felsh boiled off their frames and bleached their skeletons before displaying the victims’ bones for his colleagues to see. He also ordered several adults female prisoners to be shot and their breasts and muscles from their thighs extracted to be used as 'cultivating material’ for future experiments. Mengele was reported to have jumped on pregnant woman’s stomachs until the foetuses were expelled and even dissected a 1 year old child while it was still alive.
For more than 30 years, the bones of Josef Mengele, the German doctor
who conducted horrific experiments on thousands of Jews at Auschwitz,
lay unclaimed inside a blue plastic bag in São Paulo’s Legal Medical
Dr Daniel Romero Muñoz, who led the team that identified Mengele’s
remains in 1985, saw an opportunity to put them to use. Several months
ago, the head of the department of legal medicine at the University of
São Paulo’s Medical School obtained permission to use them in his
forensic medical courses. Today, his students are now learning their
trade studying Mengele’s bones and connecting them to the life story of
the man called the “angel of death”.
“The bones will be helpful to teach how to examine the remains of an
individual and then match that information with data in documents
related to the person,” Muñoz said recently, flanked by students.
Forensic doctor Daniel Muñoz shows the skull of Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele to medical students in São Paulo, Brazil.
Photograph: Andre Penner/AP
The first man to perform cardiac catheterization, did it on himself then walked downstairs to the radiology department to take the x-ray to prove you would not die. He was fired, became a Nazi, then won the Nobel Prize. source
Dr. Josef Mengele, the infamous Nazi doctor, never once used anesthesia on any of his victims, and the excuse was always the same: the anesthesia was needed by German soldiers. Mengele deliberately broke children’s legs, let them heal, then broke them again, and so on, to see how many times a bone could be broken before it would not heal. He escaped Europe in 1949, under a false identity and lived in obscurity in Argentina, a hunted man until his death by drowning, from a stroke, while swimming in the ocean on February 7, 1979
“There’s only one truth and one true beauty … There’s no ‘good’ or 'bad’ in nature. There’s only 'appropriate’ or 'inappropriate’ … Both sides receive equal chances. Nevertheless, nature provides a strainer. Things that are 'inappropriate’ fall through since they lose in the struggle for survival.”
Well that would be Kit walker. And this is his beautiful wife.
They’re very in love. And very happy.
Of course, until their home is invaded by aliens.
And he’s abducted and experimented on.
Oh, and he wakes to find his wife has been skinned and beheaded.
and is accused and arrested for her murder.
So dear Kit is wrongfully locked in an insane asylum..with this abusive nun…
and he gets beaten.
and a Nazi doctor messes with him.
Chance to escape?! Gets ratted out.
He and accomplice will be punished? Takes his friend’s punishment on himself. Twice the lashes.
But look! They escape!!
To be attacked by zombies and run back to the asylum.
but hey! He’s falling in love with Grace!
Nevermind, she got shot.
oh, and his therapist is his wife’s murderer.
More torturous Nazi experiments
But hey guess what! Grace is alive, and she’s had Kit’s baby! ah, the miracle of life.
Ah, screw that. The asylum takes their baby.
Wait, things are looking up! Kit’s proved innocent and released! Time to take the fam home. <3
…where his presumed dead wife is chilling with his baby.
Cue weird domestic polygamy.
Maybe things are gonna be okay for his little family!
nah. one wife murders the other.
Still, Kit cares for his murderous wife in the asylum.
Til the day she dies, of course.
Then he finds the abusive nun who beat him senseless…
Who he shows compassion to.
takes into his care
for the rest of her days.
After all of this, Kit is not bitter. He is not broken. His light is not hindered by the darkness which devoured his life.
Kit was beaten, tortured, manipulated, and brutally lost his loved ones. Yet he continued to forgive. To love unconditionally. And in the end of his life, was deemed too beautiful for even death itself.