This volume is an annotated collection of original, informative, and moving photographs of the twins who survived the brutal medical experiments conducted at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp (1943-1945). The experiments were conducted by the infamous physician, Josef Mengele. These never-before-seen photographs were taken by the author (Segal) at the 40th anniversary of the camp's liberation (January 27, 1985) and the public hearing on Mengele's crimes at Yad Vashem (Hand and Name) in Jerusalem that followed. Other memorable moments, captured in photographs include traveling to Krakow, visiting Warsaw and hearing survivors' testimonies. The photographs are organized into ten sections that unfold chronologically--each section is accompanied by a brief essay to provide compelling context and each photograph has an informative caption.