Josef Mengele's Influence On Anthropology During Nazi Germany

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This is a YouTube video about Josef Mengele and what he did during the Nazi period of time. This video shows viewers where he went to perform his task and duties and the video gives incite on how he performed his experiment and duties on the different people during the camps. The video also explains where Josef Mengele ran away after he had killed thousands of people and it explains how he got away without been caught until the day he died. The video gives us a lot of background information about him and his surroundings at the time and it explains and shows us as viewers what he did that helped Anthropology develop even further in the world we live in at the moment.

Josef Mengele ripped an infant from its mother's womb. Then he put the infant it into an oven because it wasn't a twin as he had hoped. Josef Mengele kept hundreds of human eyes pinned to
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