I Googled Father Krespi, found the following interesting account....
Googled Father Krespi, images....found the following photo on a french language discussion board....looks a bit like ole Adolf, ?
My French is not so good, but the photo is followed by the line, " Voila le fameaux Gustav Weber....."
( This Gustav Weber does not look much like the other Gustav Weber photos on the web....I can't quite get what the connection is between this man and
the Father Krespi 'identity' is....as I said, my French n'est pas bien....?)
The skull fragment that is/was in Russian hands
site showing 'photo' from the film in a camera left 'conveniently' in the bunker for Russians to find ?
More peculiar is the evidence given by the dentist himself.....the Russians based their ID on an assistant's
word.....an assistant that the
actual dentist, Dr Blaschke himself said was unqualified to ID the dental work because the assistant had only seen charts, not the actual dental
work in Hitler's mouth
Plus the identified dental work for Eva's corpse ID may never have been installed, at least not in Eva herself......maybe it was used in a
First, as we saw above, he stated
that Heusemann had not been qualified
to give a "positive identification".
Second, Prof. Blaschke challenged the Soviets to show him the
jaw in question: "Why don't the Russians show this jaw to me? I
only need one look and can definitely state this is or is not Hitler's
j a w . "6 9 The only obvious answer to this question is that the
Soviets knew that it was not really Hitler's.
The American's had Dr.Blaschke, and had his testimony.....but it is still classified ( according to this same source).....if it supported the Russian
story of the matching dental work why not declassify it??
This last source is the best I've seen of the actual words of Dr.Blaschke himself.....but perhaps not the only one I recall reading.....
Many years ago, as I sat bored in 7th grade study hall ( it was in the high school library), and I found a huge volume on Hitler......As I was not
privy to checkout, being a lowly middle schooler, I sat and read various entries....One that stuck out was a supposed interview with Hitler's
In this interview the dentist told how Hitler was suspicious of any anesthesia shots, and refused them for fear they would be laced with poison in an
attempt on his life. He took all of his dental work in stoic silence, never wincing from the pain. ( As I had a good number of 'hours in the
chair', so to speak.....this stuck in my mind!)
I have never seen this tidbit in any source since.......