Some Dr. Joseph Mengele documents, as well as documents of some other Auschwitz death camp doctors have been unearthed in a home in Warsaw, Poland.
The Dr. Joseph Mengele documents include a ration coupon for sugar and another one for butter.
One of the Dr. Joseph Mengele documents is misspelled, but Auschwitz historians believe theme to be his. Rather than the spelling of "Mengele" the documents read "Mergerle." There was no one by that name at Auschwitz, according to historians.
Dr. Joseph Mengele and other doctors and pharmacists at Auschwitz conducted bizarre and cruel experiments on Jews in incarceration there. Mengele escaped after World War II and managed to evade capture for the remainder of his life.
The Dr. Joseph Mengele documents are of great significance remained unseen for so many years after World War II.
Adam Cyra, a historian at the Auschwitz Memorial Museum says, "The sensational value of this discovery is in the fact that these original documents, bearing the names of main murderers from Auschwitz, were found so many years after the war."