The World: Some of the Most Wanted Who Got Away

Martin Bormann heads any list of Most Wanted Nazis. Some others:

Walter Rauff, 68, a former SS colonel, prefigured the gas chamber by channeling exhaust fumes into trucks filled with victims. Vienna Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal claims that Rauff was responsible for the deaths of 97,000 people in such a manner in Byelorussia, the Ukraine, Poland and Yugoslavia. Rauff reportedly lives today in Punta Arenas, Chile. West Germany requested Rauff's extradition in 1963, but the Chilean supreme court denied the request because the statute of limitations had taken effect.

Klaus Barbie, 59, was the Gestapo chief in Lyon. In 1954, a French military...

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