Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz Quotes

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"All my life, I have tried to run away from Auschwitz" (Prologue, The Jazz Bar, pg. 25.)

"At last, the chance to do the kind of research Mengele had dreamed of. At Auschwitz, there would be nothing to stand in his way" (Chapter 1, Mengele and his Children, pg. 52.)

"That was the last time I ever saw her" (Chapter 2, Auschwitz Movie, pg. 56.)

"And even though we were children, we understood" (Chapter 3, The Angel of Death, pg. 73.)

"She took sweaters-coats-blankets-from among the beautiful items the Jews had brought. The Nazis had kept them in excellent condition" (Chapter 4, The Angel Vanishes, pg. 90.)

"For the Mengeles, protecting Josef became both a game and an obsession" (Chapter 5, The Trial that Never was, pg. 110.)

"By the late 1940s, most of the surviving Jews of Eastern Europe—not just the twins—had realized they had no future there, and were trying desperately to get...

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