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Bones of Mengele, 'Angel of Death,' teaching tool in Brazil - Houston Chronicle

12.1.17

Bones of Mengele, 'Angel of Death,' teaching tool in Brazil - Houston Chronicle: Dr. Daniel Romero Munoz, who led the team that identified Mengele's remains in 1985, saw an opportunity to put them to use. Several months ago, the head of the Department of Legal Medicine at the University of Sao Paulo's Medical School obtained permission to use them in his forensic medical courses. Today, his students are now learning their trade studying Mengele's bones and connecting them to the life story of the man called the "Angel of Death."

"The bones will be helpful to teach how to examine the remains of an individual and then match that information with data in documents related to the person," Munoz said recently, flanked by students.


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