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Nazi physician Josef Mengele's remains to be studied by medical students | Daily Mail Online

24.3.16

Nazi physician Josef Mengele's remains to be studied by medical students | Daily Mail Online: He said: ‘I didn’t know it was Mengele at the time. He was dead when I found him and his identity card said his name was Wolfgang Gerhard. I didn’t realise that he was one of the most wanted and hated men in the world.’

Mengele was buried anonymously for six years until German authorities linked a letter sent from the couple he had been living with in Brazil to his family announcing his death. They alerted the Brazilian government who exhumed Mengele’s remains in 1985.

The forensic examination proved his identity but Mengele’s bones were never reburied. Instead they were thrown unceremoniously into a blue plastic sack and kept under lock and key on a shelf in the S�o Paulo Police Legal Medical Institute (IML) morgue for more than 30 years.


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