Gustav Gerneth became the oldest man in the world after the death of Masazō Nonaka, of 113 and 5 months, on January 20, at his home in Ashoro, in northern Japan, according to the Associated Press.
Masazo Nonaka – died Sunday morning, in his sleep, for natural reasons – he was awarded the title of the oldest man in the world by Guinness World Records in April 2018.
Born on 25 July 1905, Nonaka had a sweet tooth and long baths in thermal water.
After his death, the oldest man in the world is Gustav Gerneth, born on October 15, 1905 in Stettin, a city that was then part of the German Empire, and is currently in Poland (Szczecin). During the Second World War he was a mechanic in German aviation (Luftwaffe). She lives for 40 years in the same house in Saxony-Anhalt.
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