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Sunday, April 17, 2011

FBI Vault: Hitler in Argentina After War, Didn't Commit Suicide

This one certainly beats the one page FBI document that reported - second hand - that three flying saucers crashed in New Mexico and contained three three-foot men in each saucer. How about a 203 page FBI file that reports Hitler did not commit suicide after WWII? Instead, he allegedly fled to Argentina via submarine with the help of six top Argentine officials, two weeks after the fall of Berlin. There's quite a bit of detail here so this isn't like the voluminous number of Elvis sightings. The King of Rock and Roll died in his bathroom and there was a body. Hitler's body was never found.

Via the FBI Vault:
According to (redacted) he was one of four men who met HITLER and his party when they landed from two submarines in Argentina approximately two and one-half weeks after the fall of Berlin. (Redacted) continued that the first sub came close to shore about 11:00 p.m. after it had been signaled that it was safe to land and a doctor and several men disembarked. Approximately two hours later the second sub came ashore and HITLER, two women, another doctor, and several more men, making the whold party arriving by submarines approximately 50, were aboard. By pre-arranged plan with six top Argentine officials, pack horses were waiting for the group and by daylight all supplies were loaded on the horses and an all-day trip inland toward the foothills of the southern Andes was started. At dusk the party arrived at the ranch where Hitler and his party, according to (redacted) are now in hiding. (Redacted) most specifically explained that the subs landed along the tip of the Valdez Peninsula along the southern tip of Argentina in the gulf of San Vatias. (Redacted) told (redacted) that there are several tiny villages in this area where members of HITLER's party would eventually stay with German families. He named the towns as San Antonio, Videma, Neuquen, Muster, Carmona, and Rason.
That's just a sampling. Plenty more HERE.

Countdown to the first Hitler rant about why he was forced to go to Argentina instead of being allowed to commit suicide begins now.

h/t Web Today

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