Summary: Nazi concentration camp commander who hid in Argentina for 40 years before he was captured and returned to Germany for trial in 1990, where he was convicted on seven counts of murder and 32 counts of being an accessory to murder but who was originally charged with the murder of 3,377 people including 40 by his own hand including one man who was killed by dogs after being caught stealing bread for his starving son.
Cause of Death: Undisclosed causes
Born: February 14, 1912
Died: December 2, 2004
Location: Hohenasperg, Germany