It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Nuremberg judge Michael Mussmanno said in his book "Ten Days to Die," "Russia must accept much of the blame [to the extent that it still exists] that Hitler did not die in May 1945."
Clip number: 2026-137
License type: Rights-ready
Filmmaker: Film Audio Services
Collection: Archive Films
Caption: B/W 1945 PAN Adolf Hitler walking with officials in last days before death / newsreel
Clip length: 00:00:05:01
Originally posted by adrenochrome
But this was not the only bombshell Otto Skorzeny delivered that day in late-1999. Skorzeny, producing a shoe box full of 60-years worth of his personal photographs, showed them to Berman, describing each one in great detail. The collection featured a photo of a young, majestic Skorzeny in full S.S. Nazi military dress, next to his Führer, Adolph Hitler. Then there were photos of Reinhard Gehlen (S.S. spy and assassin) Dr. Joseph Mengele (the “Angel of Death”) Martin Bormann (Hitler aide and S.S. assassin) and Adolph Hitler (photographed in 1997 at age 107).
The Hitler photo was taken during a “reunion” at the Lake McDonald Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana, on August 27, 1997. According to Skorzeny, Adolph Hitler was alive and well in the U.S. in 1997!
has anyone verified this??
Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
B/W 1945 PAN Adolf Hitler walking with officials in last days before death / newsreel
Hitler's Last Day
Planning to commit suicide since he'd entered the bunker, the day after his wedding Hitler penned his last will and testament. Most of the rambling document ...
www.mikekemble.com/ww2/hitler.html - 33k - Cached - Similar pages - Note this
Originally posted by Conspiracy Theorist
Arthur, welcome to ATS.
That is a very well presented post. Thank you for your input. I think it weighs heavily towards hitler surviving the Battle of Berlin.
But what do you propose he did with the rest of his life?