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Originally posted by mikerussellus
Uhh, actually 120.
One word, Paperclip.
If he went anywhere, it would be the U.S.A.
The results, broadcast in the US by a History Channel documentary, Hitler's Escape, astonished scientists.
The possibility that Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun did not commit suicide in 1945, but rather survived to perpetuate the Third Reich into modern times, has long intrigued historians and novelists alike.
In this taut, fast-paced novel, the evidence rests on a Hitler-style painting of a building not constructed until 1952, a blueprint of an enormous underground bunker supposedly built by slave laborers in the final days of the war, and the activities of an elderly German woman called "The Merry Widow," reputed to be Braun herself.
Hitler's corpse was interred at a Smersh centre in Magdeburg, East Germany. There it remained long after Stalin's death in 1953. Finally, in 1970, the KGB dug up the corpse, cremated it and secretly scattered the ashes in a river.
The massive Antarctic task force included 4,700 men, 13 ships, and multiple aircraft
Originally posted by starwarsisreal
Hitler is a Rothchild agent folks. He wasn't killed. I believe th Elites gave him a place to stay on the South Pole. And I think he was ordered to kill all Jews just so the elites can make the state of Israel.