"Children and their mothers crying out to each .
other as they are being forced apart.
deaths of the Jews, and Gypsies ranged from 1.5 .
million to 9 million people (Aushwitz, pg.19). But .
nothing can compare to what these people went .
through.The bad hygiene problems, the human .
experiments that were performed, and the deadly gas .
The people at Auschwitz had to deal with many .
hygiene problems. They were only given small portions .
of bread and thin soup. The only clothing these people .
has were long stripes overcoats and comic berets for .
their heads. In this they endured the cold winters, .
of mall nutrition and hard labor. The rooms were they .
slept had bunkbeds with three bunks. Most of the time .
more two to three people had to sleep in the same bunk .
without sheets or mattresses. They were never clean .
and were susceptible to many diseases. Some diseases .
came from the rotting bodies, that were not able to be .
burned immediately. But they would never loose hope, .
but what came next was more than they could bare.
The human experiments conducted on the .
prisoners were cruel and sick. One of the most famous .
doctors, Josef Mengele, was fascinated with twin .
experiments. He would draw blood from one twin .
to another. He would also inject chemicals into .
children's eyes, to see if they would change color. .
The doctors would conduct surgeries without.
anesthetics, and inject victims with diseases. One of .
the experiments Dr. Mengele conducted included to .
inject chloroform to kill the children and dissect .
them, ripping each and every piece of the twins bodies .
apart (Auschwitz.dk). As one twin recalls:.
" Dr. Mengele had always been more interested .
in Tibi. I am not sure why-perhapsbecause .
he was the older twin. Mengele made .
several operations on Tibi. One surgery on .
his spine left my brother paralyzed. He .
could not walk anymore. Then they took .
out his sexual organs.