(Received 7 February 1986; accepted 17 March 1986)
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Letters, essays, diary pages, and so forth believed to be the writings of Josef Mengele, the notorious war criminal, were found in Brazil in 1985. The circumstances surrounding the examination of the documents, the source of the comparison handwriting, the technical reports written, the types of handwriting systems considered, and some of the specific characteristics used to identify the handwriting of Mengele are discussed.
Examiner of questioned documents, Fairfax, VA
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