Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz - Chapter 10, The Scholar and the Preacher Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, The Scholar and the Preacher Summary and Analysis

In The Scholar and the Preacher, in 1975, Mengele was moved out the Stammer's home and given a home of his own that was little more than a shack. The Stammers, who had tired of Mengele and his poor attitude, finally could no longer be persuaded to care for the aging doctor. Mengele took to staying in his home day and night, working constantly on his memoirs. At the same time, Mengele began attempting to control his son's life through letters by arguing with him over career choices and offering advice on what type of woman Rolf should marry. When Mengele learned that Rolf was to marry a blond haired, blue eyed Aryan from North Germany, Mengele could not be happier. Mengele's new daughter-in-law was the perfect representation of the perfect Aryan...

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