Menachem Bodner, a twin survivor of the Mengele experiments, lost his entire family when he was just a little boy. For 68 years, he did not know what had happened to the rest of his family. He is still searching for his twin brother, but recently found his first cousins in California thanks to a persistent genealogist.
About a year and a half ago, Ynet published the story of Menachem Bodner, a twin survivor of the Mengele experiments, who after 70 years, thanks to a persistent genealogy researcher, discovered his real name, his place of birth and the fact that he has distant relatives living in Israel.
Recently, thanks to a DNA test and a research of his roots in the United States, he also found cousins he never knew he had, and held a video chat with them from California last week.
In addition, for the first time in his adult life, he received a picture of his parents, who were erased from his scarred memory in Auschwitz and who he had not seen since the family was sent to the camps by the Gestapo.