Somebody anonymously mailed The Holocaust Museum in Washington DC a collection of photos taken by Karl Hocker, Adjudent to the Commander of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. They are of the German staff there relaxing. It is unique, according to the New York Times, as "The album also contains eight photos of Josef Mengele, the camp doctor notorious for participating in the selections of arriving prisoners and bizarre and cruel medical experiments. These are the first authenticated pictures of Mengele at Auschwitz, officials at the Holocaust museum said." See Mr. Lewis' article in today's Times.
In the Shadow of Horror, SS Guardians Frolic