Aribert Ferdinand Heim (28 June 1914 – 10 August 1992) was an Austrian SS doctor, also known as Dr. Death. As an SS doctor in a Nazi concentration camp in Mauthausen, he was accused of killing and torturing many inmates by various methods, such as direct injections of toxic compounds into the hearts of his victims. He lived for many years in Cairo, Egypt under the alias of Tarek Farid Hussein and died there on 10 August 1992.
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Nazi fugitive 'Dr Death' Aribert Heim
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Nazi war criminal and Austrian doctor Aribert Heim was known as "Dr. Death" because of his horrific medical experiments on Jews at the Mauthausen concentration camp during World War II. He was captured by U.S. solders in 1945, but later released. Heim returned to work as a gynecologist for many years. One day in 1962, after learning the police were waiting for him at his home, he vanished.
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Aribert Heim - Austrian doctor, also known as Dr. Death. As an SS doctor in a Nazi concentration camp in Mauthausen, he was accused of killing and torturing inmates.
"Dr. Death" Aribert Heim SS camp doctor in Mauthausen concentration camp, suspected to have killed prisoners by injections into the heart, in an undated picture.