Josef Mengele is born the eldest of the 3 sons, Karl and Walburga mengele
Dr. Mengele joins the Nazi Party
Dr. Mengele joined the Nazi Party.
Medical degree and SS
In 1938, Mengele received a medical degree. The same year he joined the ''Schutzstaffel'' (SS) or the ''Protection Squadrons'', which involved men who preceived themselves as the ''racial elite'' of Nazi future.
Dr.Mengele married Irene Schönbein
While Dr.Mengele was studying in Leipzig he met Irene
Mengele joins the Army
In June 1940, Mengele was drafted into the army, and thereafter volunteered into the medical service of the Armed SS.
Nazi medical experiment started
This is a series of medical experiments on the prisoners in the concentration camps, for example he took twins and sowed them together and put different dye into their eyes to see the relations of the twins
Promotion and Transfer to Auschwitz
In April of 1943, he received a promotion to the rank of SS captain; this advancement shortly preceded Mengele's transfer to Auschwitz, on May 30, 1943.
Experiments with Twins
During his 21 month stay at Auschwitz, Mengele experimented with twins to find the key to genetically creating the perpect blonde german. He believed the future could be saved if german women gave birth to twins.
Nazi medical experiment ended
The U.S came and stopped the doctors, bringing them into trial more commonly known as the doctors trial
Dr.Mengele's son is born
Dr.Mengele's son, Ron, is born
Josef Mengele flees Auschwitz
As the soviet union advanced toward Berlin Josef changed his identity and hid on a farm keeping well informed of events by his secret friends in Gunzburg
Child Camp is Liberated
The expierement started with 3,000 children (1,500 twins) and when the camp was liberated by the Soviet Union, only 200 of the 3000 kids survived and are still around the world today
The Doctors Trial
The doctors are captured by the Allie force and put into U.S trials commonly known as the doctors trial
Mengele in South America
In the middle of 1949. Mengele's friends planned an escape, and Mengele fleed to Argentina where he worked as a construction worker at first, but soon came in contact with influential Germans, who allowed him an affluent lifestyle in subsequent years.
While swimming in the Brazillian ocean, Dr.Mengele had a stroke and ended up drowning