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Adolf Hitlers Flucht nach Argentinien FBI

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Neu Freigegebene FBI-Dokumente beweisen, dass die US-Regierung wusste, das Hitler noch
am Leben und gesund war, und noch lange nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg in den Anden lebte.
Am 30. April 1945 beging Adolf Hitler in seinem unterirdischen Bunker Selbstmord. Sein
Krper wurde spter entdeckt und von den Sowjets identifiziert, bevor sie zurck nach
Russland eilten. Ist es wirklich mglich, dass die Sowjets die ganze Zeit lgen verbreiteten
und dass die Geschichte absichtlich umgeschrieben wurde?
Niemand dachte das bis zur Verffentlichung der FBI-Dokumente. Es scheint mglich, dass
der am meisten gehasste Mann in der Geschichte, dem Krieg zerrissenen Deutschland
flchtete und ein bukolisches und friedliches Leben in den schnen Auslufern der Anden
lebte.

Die Geheimdienste wussten darber Bescheid.


Krzlich verffentlichte FBI-Dokumente zeigen, dass nicht nur Hitlers und Eva Brauns
Selbstmord vorgetuscht
waren, auch knnte das berchtigte Paar Hilfe vom Direktor der
OSS (Amt fr strategische Dienste, dem Vorgnger der CIA) selbst, Allen Dulles gehabt
haben.
In einem FBI-Dokument aus Los Angeles, stellt sich heraus, dass sich die Agentur ber ein
geheimnisvolles U-Boot, das sich seinen Weg zur argentinische Kste hinauf bahnte, und
hohe NS-Funktionre debarkierte, bewusst war. Noch erstaunlicher ist die Tatsache, dass das
FBI wusste, dass er in der Tat, in den Auslufern der Anden lebte.
Wer war der geheimnisvolle Informant?
In einem Brief aus Los Angeles an das Prsidium im August 1945, vereinbarte ein
unbekannter Informant, Informationen gegen politisches Asyl auszutauschen. Was er den
Agenten erzhlte, war atemberaubend.

Der Informant wusste nicht nur das Hitler in Argentinien war, sondern er war einer der vier
besttigten Mnner die das deutsche U-Boot getroffen hatten. Offenbar waren zwei U-Boote
an der argentinischen Kste gelandet, und Hitler mit Eva Braun waren an Bord des zweiten.
Die argentinische Regierung begrte nicht nur den ehemaligen deutschen Diktator, sondern
untersttzte ihn auch sich zu verstecken. Der Informant ging dazu ber, nicht nur detaillierte
Wegbeschreibungen zu den Drfern zu geben, die Hitler und seine Partei durchlaufen hatten,
sondern auch glaubwrdige physikalische Details ber Hitler.
Whrend aus offensichtlichen Grnden der Informant niemals in den FBI-Papieren genannt
wurde, war er doch fr einige Agenten glaubwrdig genug.
Das FBI verheimlichte Hitlers Verbleib.

Selbst mit einer detaillierten Personenbeschreibung und genauen Adressen ging das FBI
immer noch nicht diesen neuen Hinweisen nach. Selbst mit Nachweisen der Platzierung des
deutschen U-Bootes U-530 an der argentinischen Kste, kurz bevor Kriegsende, und vielen
Augenzeugenberichten von debarkierenden deutschen Ofizieren, hat das niemand untersucht.

Noch mehr Beweise gefunden:


Zusammen mit den Unterlagen des FBI detailliert ein anderer Augenzeugenbericht Hitlers
Verbleib in Argentinien. Nun kommen noch mehr Tatsachen ans Licht, die beweisen, dass
Adolf Hitler und Eva Braun nicht in dem Bunker in Berlin starben.

In 1945, informierte der Marineattach in Buenos Aires, Washington, das es eine hohe
Wahrscheinlichkeit gab, dass Hitler und Eva Braun gerade in Argentinien angekommen seien.
Dies deckt sich mit den Beobachtungen des U-Bootes U-530. Hinzu kommt der Beweis in
Form von detallierten Zeitungsartikeln ber den Bau eines Herrenhauses im bayrischen Stil,
in den Auslufern der Anden.
Ein weiterer Beweis kommt in Form des Architekten Alejandro Bustillo, der ber sein Design
und Bau von Hitlers neuem Hause schrieb , das von wohlhabenden ehemaligen deutschen
Einwanderern finanziert wurde.

Unwiderlegbare Beweise, dass Hitler entkam:


Der vielleicht vernichtenste Beweis, dass Hitler den Sturz Deutschlands berlebte, liegt in
Russland. Mit der sowjetischen Besetzung von Deutschland, wurden die berreste Hitlers
schnell versteckt und nach Russland geschickt, um nie wieder gesehen zu werden. Das ist, bis
2009, als ein Archologe aus Connecticut in den USA, Nicholas Bellatoni, DNA-Tests an
einem der wiedergefundenen Schdelfragmente durchfhren durfte.
Was er entdeckte, liess eine Reaktion durch die Geheimdienst und wissenschaftlichen
Gemeinden gehen. Nicht nur, dass die DNA nicht allen angenommenen aufgezeichneten

Proben Hitlers entsprechen, auch haben sie nicht zu Eva Brauns DNA gepasst. Die Frage ist
also, was haben die Sowjets im Bunker entdeckt, und wo ist Hitler?
Auch Ex-General und Prsident Dwight D. Eisenhower schrieb nach Washington

Es war nicht nur General Eisenhower, der ber Hitlers vollstndiges Verschwinden betroffen
war, Stalin uerte auch seine Bedenken. Im Jahr 1945, zitiert die Zeitung Stars and Stripes
den damaligen General Eisenhower, der an die reale Mglichkeit glaubte, das Hitler sicher
und bequem in Argentinien lebte.
Ist es mglich?
Mit all den neuen Beweisen die ans Licht kommen, ist es mglich und sogar sehr
wahrscheinlich, dass Hitler nicht nur aus Deutschland fliehen konnte, sondern er die Hilfe der
internationalen Geheimdienste hatte. Die verffentlichten FBI-Dokumente belegen, dass sie
nicht nur Kenntnis von Hitlers Gegenwart in Argentinien hatten, sondern sie auch dazu bereit
waren, es zu vertuschen.
Es wre nicht das erste Mal, dass das OSS geholfen hat, einem Nazi-Beamten hohen Ranges,
der Verhaftung und Strafe zu entkommen. Schauen Sie sich die Geschichte an wie Adolf
Eichmann in Argentinien in den 1960er Jahren gefunden wurde.
Ist Hitler nach Argentinien entkommen? Die Antwort ist ja.
Quellverweise:
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Did Hitler and Eva Braun flee Berlin and


die (divorced) of old age in Argentina?

Rumours suggest the couple fled to South America by


submarine
Claims have been ridiculed as '2,000 per cent rubbish'

By Rick Dewsbury and Allan Hall and Eleanor Harding


Updated: 12:16 GMT, 18 October 2011

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Adolf Hitler faked his own suicide and fled to Argentina where he lived until
a ripe old age, according to extraordinary new claims.
Authors of the new book Grey Wolf: The Escape Of Adolf believe evidence
of the tyrants suicide is flawed and that he actually escaped in 1945 to
begin a new life with his wife, Eva Braun.
But the claims have been ridiculed by leading historian Guy Walters who
today branded them 2,000 per cent rubbish.

'Junk history': Claims that Adolf Hitler, left, and his partner Eva Braun, right, fled Germany
and survived in Argentina have been branded 'utter nonsense' by a leading historian

Hitler and Brauns flight from Berlin is laid out in lavish detail by British
authors Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan in their new book.
They refute the widely accepted view that the Fuhrer shot himself in his
Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945, and Braun committed suicide by taking
cyanide.
Instead, they claim, there is overwhelming evidence to suggest that the
couple escaped at the end of the Second World War for a new life in a Nazicontrolled enclave in Fascist Argentina.

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Mr Williams and Mr Dunstan go on to state the pair had two daughters before
Hitler died in 1962 at the age of 73.
Mr Williams, a historian and journalist who has written extensively about the
Second World War, told Sky News: We didnt want to re-write history, but
the evidence weve discovered about the escape of Adolf Hitler is just too
overwhelming to ignore.
There is no forensic evidence for his, or Eva Brauns deaths, and the stories
from the eyewitnesses to their continued survival in Argentina are
compelling.

Escape: This map shows the route that Hitler and Braun are said to have used to escape from
the Fuhrerbunker in Berlin when the Russians were approaching

The book also claims American intelligence officials were complicit in the
escape, in return for access to war technology developed by the Nazis.

It also says that skull fragments thought to be those of Hitler currently held by
the Russians are actually that of a young woman under the age of 40. Hitler
was 56 when he died.
Mr Williams said he and Mr Dunstan - an author, film-maker and
photographer who specialises in military history - carried out their research
on the ground in Argentina, interviewing eyewitnesses to Hitlers presence
there.
He added: Its only now that Argentina is once more a thriving democracy
that the real stories are beginning to come out.
Even so, two of our eyewitnesses received death threats from persons
unknown while working with us on this book.
The sensational claims have already been ridiculed by historians, including
Mr Walters, who has studied Nazi Germany extensively and written a series
of books about the war.
He labelled the idea that Hitler lived in South America until the 1960s as the
worst sort of junk history that relied on dubious secondary sources.
He said: 'The theory that Hitler survived rubbishes decades of research by
proper historians and intelligence officers.

Hideaway: Decades of research has concluded that Hitler and Eva Braun died at the
Fuhrerbunker in Berlin, pictured

New home: Hitler lived until the age of 73 in the foothills of the Andes mountains in
Argentina, according to Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler

'The two authors should be ashamed of themselves for peddling this kind of
utter nonsense. It's simply unbelievable that publishers would give them the
time of day.
'It's an absolute disgrace. There's no substance to it at all. It appeals to the
deluded fantasies of conspiracy theorists and has no place whatsoever in
historical research.
'There have been thousands of theories over the years that Hitler might have
escaped but they are nothing more than parlor games.
'The evidence that Hitler was killed in simply overwhelming. For these
authors to claim otherwise is simply staggering.'
Mr Walters conceded that the authors are right in stating that the skull taken
by the Russians was not that of Hitler.
He said: 'There were many people in the bunker and it takes a giant leap of
the imagination to get from a museum in Russia to him living a life in
Argentina.

'The idea that everybody in the bunker was in on the plan is infeasible. It just
would not have happened.
'The whole point of Hitler was that he would die after the war. It was not in
his psychology to carry on living in Argentina.'

Nazis: Josef Mengele, known as 'The Doctor of Auschwitz', left, escaped to South America
after the War, as did Otto Adolf Eichmann, right

Rochus Misch, 94, Hitlers former radio operator and the last survivor of the
Berlin bunker, says he saw the bodies of the boss and Eva Braun with his
own eyes.
He said: I was in the room next door when he shot himself. I did not hear the
shot but I saw his uncovered corpse when the door was opened.
I saw Hitler slumped with his head on the table.
I saw Eva Braun sitting dead in the corner of the sofa, her head turned to
Hitler, her knees pulled up to her chest. She had a dark blue dress on and a
white frill on her collar.

Dispelling the myths: Leading historian Guy Walters said the Hitler escape theory was 'junk'

Historians hold him up as a reliable source and he is the author of a book,


published several years ago, called The Last Witness.
Grey Wolf focuses on the crucial days in 1945 as the allies closed in on
Hitlers bunker.
Mr Williams and Mr Dunstan claim a body double took Hitlers place and an
actress stood in for Eva Braun on April 27.
It was at this point that the pair were able to flee Berlin, travelling to Tonder
in Denmark before returning to Travemunde in Germany.
From here it is claimed that they flew to a Spanish military base at Reus,
south of Barcelona, before General Franco supplied a plane to take them to
Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands.
A day later the two fugitives are said to have boarded a U-boat and the two
body doubles were executed and their bodies subsequently burned.

The book points to declassified FBI documents which contain references to


Hitler having escaped Berlin to begin a new life in South America.
It also includes testimony from the pilot who supposedly flew Hitler and Eva
Braun out of Berlin to Mar Del Plata on the Argentinian coast.
Here they say he lived in a wooden chalet in a remote village where they
survived on the money from looted gold and jewellery.
The book quotes a number of sources, such as cooks and doctors, who claim
to have knew the Nazi leader before he died aged 73 on February 13, 1962.
They claim that Hitler's bloodline survived through two daughters he had
with Braun.
If Hitler had escaped to Argentina, he would have been following in the
footsteps of his henchmen, Mengele, Eichmann and Barbie who all fled after
the war to South America.
A film based on the claims called Grey Wolf is currently being made and is
due to be released early next year.
It is not the first time that Hitler has been rumoured to have fled to Argentina.
Author Abel Basti claimed the same in his 2003 book Hitler In Argentina.
He said Hitler and Braun fled to Argentine shores aboard a submarine and
lived for many years in the vicinity of San Carlos de Bariloche, a tourist site
and ski haven some 1,000 miles southwest of Buenos Aires.
In his book Bariloche Nazi-Gua Turstica he reproduced documents,
affidavits, photographs and blueprints aimed at steering the reader to the sites
that sheltered Hitler and his top henchmen.
He claimed the Incalco Ranch, located in Villa la Angostura on the shores of
Lake Nahuel Huapi, was the refuge chosen by Argentine Nazis to hide the
couple.
Set amid a pine forest, it could only be reached by boat or hydroplane, and
belonged to Argentine businessman Jorge Antonio, one of the most trusted
friends of three-times president Juan Domingo Pern.
Basti also claimed Hitler had lived at Hacienda San Ramon, six miles east of
Bariloche, which belonged at the time to Schaumberg-Lippe principality.
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