Historical Facts About STDs

Historical Facts About STDs

When syphilis became more common and widespread, almost every country named the disease after their enemy country. For example, the French called it the Neapolitan disease, the English and Italians called it the French disease, Russians called it the Polish disease, Tahitians called it the British disease, and the Japanese called it the Chinese pox. … Read more Historical Facts About STDs

Doctor Joseph Mengel Facts – The Doctor at Auschwitz Camps

Doctor Joseph Mengel Facts

Joseph Mengele was born in 1911 in Günzburg, Bavaria in a wealthy catholic family. He was the doctor at Auschwitz concentration camps, which housed 140,000 prisoners. 1. Josef was very interested in heterochromia. He tried to change the color of children’s eyes by injecting chemicals in them. 2. He tried to prove gypsies and jews … Read more Doctor Joseph Mengel Facts – The Doctor at Auschwitz Camps