FBI Documents Suggest Hitler Survived WWII

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(Newswire.net — February 19, 2015)  — For some time, conspiracy theorists have claimed that Adolf Hitler didn’t kill himself in a bunker when the Red Army marched into Berlin. When a video, dated years after the WWII, allegedly showed Hitler enjoying the view from a castle balcony, experts claimed it was an old movie that had been colored and edited with new technology to support the conspiracy theory.

When a documentary on Hitler’s escape, based on the FBI documents, released shocking details and testimonials of his life in Argentina, it was criticised for the lack of conclusive proof. Expectedly, the same will happen with newly declassified FBI documents, which show some evidence the government had reason to think Hitler was alive and well, and was living in the Andes Mountains, long after World War II.

Officially, Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30 1945, in his underground bunker. His body was discovered and identified by the Soviet troops who burned the remains at the site. No one, other than conspiracy theorists much later, really wondered why they had burned the remains before taking photos.

The release of FBI documents, gives the theory a new life, once again bringing into question whether the most hated man in history escaped and lived a rich and peaceful life in the beautiful foothills of the Andes Mountains.

The FBI documents mention an informer who gave detailed description of Hitler’s arrival to Argentina in a submarine. He is alleged to have said there were actually two U-boats, and that Hitler and Eva arrived in the second one. The informer was able to tell the FBI exactly who met Hitler, and what was happening at the isolated hiding place. There is no record of FBI ever looked into, or disputed the story.

The informant allegedly told the FBI that the Argentinian government not only welcomed the former German dictator, but also aided in his hiding. However, the record showed the Naval Attaché in Buenos Aires informed Washington in 1945, that there was a high probability that Hitler and Eva Braun had just arrived in Argentina. Even with a detailed physical description and directions, and with evidence placing the German sub U-530 on the Argentinian coast, the FBI did nothing to investigate – or didn’t have to if they already knew the truth, suggest the conspiracy theorists.

Perhaps the most compelling evidence that Hitler did survive the fall of Germany is in Russia. Reportedly, Soviets shipped the remains of Eva Brown and Adolf Hitler to Kremlin, where they remained hidden until 2009, when an archeologist from Connecticut State, Nicholas Bellatoni, was allowed to perform DNA testing on one of the skull fragments recovered.

Instead of confirming that the remains belonged to the Dictator, he discovered none of the DNA matched either Hitler or Eva Brown.  

With all of the new found evidence coming to light, it is quite possible not only that Hitler did escape from Germany; but that he also had help of the international intelligence community. If any of this bears truth, the question is why.

What we do know is the fact that, without hard proof, the world at large is more likely to believe Hitler ended up in a bunker, committing suicide after losing the war.