Miklós Nyiszli or Myklos Nyiszli (1901-1956) was a Jewish prisoner at Auschwitz, a physician allegedly being forced to assist Josef Mengele, and after the war a "witness" for the politically correct view on the Holocaust.
"The most important source for what Mengele is said to have done at Auschwitz comes from the Hungarian Jew Miklós Nyiszli, a forensic physician who claims to have been Dr. Mengele’s assistant at Auschwitz. In 1946, he published a book about his traumatic experiences while he was at Auschwitz. Over the years, his book has been translated into all major languages of Europe. It has become one of the mainstays of the orthodox Auschwitz narrative, right next to the testimonies of other key witnesses, such as that of the former Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss, or of Elie Wiesel."
See the "External links" section regarding Holocaust revisionist criticisms.
- The Amazing Claims of Miklos Nyiszli
- New Light on Dr. Miklos Nyiszli and His Auschwitz Book
- Dr. Mengele's "Medical Experiments" on Twins in the Birkenau Gypsy Camp
- Scrapbookpages: Miklos Nyiszli
- Carlo Mattogno, Miklos Nyiszli: An Auschwitz Doctor's Eyewitness Account—The Tall Tales of Dr. Mengele's Assistant Analyzed
- Lectures on the Holocaust—Controversial Issues Cross Examined - discusses Miklos Nyiszli in section 4.5.10. "Miklos Nyiszli"
- Auschwitz: Eyewitness Reports and Perpetrator Confessions of the Holocaust—30 Gas-Chamber Witnesses Scrutinized - Chapter 2.18. Miklos Nyiszli
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