"Hide lets Kaneki eat his face to get back his strength. While it appeared at first that Hide had died in the process, he reappeared later as Scarecrow, an ally of Kaneki and the ghoul hunters." "Kaneki had eaten the lower part of Hide's face and that's why his voice box was also eaten.
Kaneki had hidden the fact that he was a ghoul and didn't want to face Hide but the response he gave really hit Kaneki. Kaneki was severely injured and for help, Hide offered his skin so that he would get the energy to fight later. And there Kaneki had a part of Hideyoshi's face.
In the manga kaneki ate part of hide to survive which he didn't do in the anime, because it wasn't shown so I'm not sure in the anime how that happened but it's probably the same thing. Basically kaneki ate his face.
He is the same person as 'Ken Kaneki'. It's just that after his defeat to Kishou Arima during the Owl Extermination, he had Amnesia. He was then brought up as a 'Ghoul Investigator', and trained under Arima.
Kaneki assumed he'd devoured his friend but Hide later turned out to be alive and living under the alias Scarecrow in Tokyo Ghoul:re. So, despite his apparent death in the anime's second season, Hide is indeed alive and well in the Tokyo Ghoul manga and anime series thanks to a whole load of retconning.
So he carries Hide's body to Arima to surrender himself. After going to Arima, Arima attacked Keneki because he is a ghoul. He takes down Keneki and stabs him all the way to his brain. Due to Keneki's brain injury, his memory was lost.
Hideyoshi Nagachika (Hide) did not die in Tokyo Ghoul, neither in the manga, nor in the anime. He seemingly died in both iterations, but survived and later joined the CCG as the mysterious Scarecrow, before finally revealing his true identity to Kaneki during Tokyo Ghoul:re.
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