world war II

Experiments of Josef Mengele

Josef Mengele was a Schutzstuffel officer and physician in the concentration camps during World War II. Nowadays, his nickname is the angel of death, due to his grotesque and inhumane experiments conducted on twins, who were mostly children. He was interested in utilizing twins for medical research through Verschuer, whom Mengele was an assistant to, …

Methamphetamine in World War II

Hitler was eager to chase his dreams of winning world war two. He gave his soldiers a pill form of Methamphetamine called Pervitin, so they lose their tiredness and hunger on the battlefields. This would let them travel longer. Pervitin was developed by the Temmler pharmaceutical company, based in Berlin. When it was introduced in 1938, …

Hitler

Adolf Hitler, the man known as the most evil person in history, was born in Branau am inn, Austria in April the 20, 1889. His parents were Alois and Klara Hitler, who had six children: Ida, Gustav, Adolf, Otto, Paula and Edmund. However, only one of Hitlers siblings survived during childhood, which was Paula. During …