- After the war ended, Josef Mengele assumed the identity of one of his allies who died
- He was being hunted to be put on trial for the crimes he had committed
- It is estimated around 400,000 people died in Auschwitz when Josef Mengele was there
- He died in hiding under another identity
- Died on February 7th, 1989
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