posted on Apr, 27 2014 @ 11:42 AM
a reply to: anonentity
I think it is interesting that the senior Nazi leadership would have plans and backup plans on what to do if things fall apart. The notion that
Hitler would not also have plans in place, imo, seems unrealistic.
When the Soviets started to interrogate those from the bunker they were unable to tell the same story twice. People were in the room when they
committed suicide, no one was in the room, Hitler took cyanide and his personal valet is the one who shot him in the head to give the impression
Hitler died as a soldier.
Once the war was over and the tally made, over 250k Germans were unaccounted for. There is ample evidence there were escape routes out of Germany that
were preplanned. There is more than ample evidence the bulk of the Nazis who fled went to South America. Hitler / SS employed several body double
with speculation that the body in the bunker was one of those doubles.
Even Stalin told the western leaders that Hitler had survived and was in S. America. Based on the paranoia Hitler and Stalin had for each other, I
don't think Stalin would intentionally mislead with that comment. If Hitler were dead I would have expected the Soviets to put him at the front of
the May day parades in an open casket. The body of Hitler the Soviets supposedly had was examined by the West. It turned out not to be Hitler and in
fact, was determined to be the body of a female.
Even today there are still high ranking Nazis on the loose. Between Odessa and the SS, great pains were taken to silence anyone who poked their noses
in to far in S. America. The Israelis, when they snagged Eichmann, missed Dr. Mengele by a day or so. He dropped of the face of the earth and as far
as I know the Israelis never did find him. The town Mengele was living at in S. America had an unusual amount of twins born, which was part of his
primary focus in the concentration camps.
Absent verified forensic information, I think Hitler survived the war.