posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 07:46 AM
This much we do know for sure about the supposed end of Hitler....
-None of the interrogated witnesses actually positively identified his corpse as it was taken out front of the bunker to be conveniently cremated
along with allegedly Eva Braun's. No, instead they only heard a shot followed by a body rolled up in a rug being carried out.
If the Americans wanted that body to be Hitler's, you'd better believe that the terrified remaining staff surrounded by pissed off Russians and U.S.
military police were going to say anything that was told to them to say.
This ploy complete with sound effects and visuals smells of Nazi slight of hand in which they were known to employ when situations favored it.
-A dead Hitler look alike (as he had several) was found floating in a water tank inside the bunker.
This here is a smoking gun in itself... Think about it.
-At first, Stalin claimed to not have found Hitler even after a bunker inspection.
This might very well have been the truth and a amateur intelligence mistake that he made. He made verbal blunders all the time by the way and this
was probably why he met his end which is now in high speculation with recent evidence coming forth, but that's another story all together. At any
rate, very soon after the Americans arrived on the scene to quickly spin the story in the direction of the suicide that academic history would have us
all believe. Their motives for doing this could be picked from a huge list, none of which I need to speculate about here. But take your pick.
-Some former Nazis like Hanna Reitsch who flew in on the make shift Tiergarten runway and out the same way testified under interrogation that an extra
JU-52 with pilot was waiting for someone on the 28th of April just before she left.
Many have speculated that this was a ruse and it was indeed her who flew him out. Either way, there was indeed a strong possibility for escape right
up until the first week of May 1945. And there were plenty more planes coming and going beside's hers at the time. As you historians may recall, a
lot of Berlin collapsed quickly from the Russian assaults. But not so with the extreme inner core of the city. This area turned into a reverse
Stalingrad for the Russians and was where the heaviest fighting occurred with a few isolated exceptions. I've been to Berlin and to this day the
governmental buildings in that area still look like swiss cheese. The Nazis fought tenaciously in this area for a very good reason. My theory as
well as many others is that they were buying their Fuhrer time.
The Nazis would have still had vast resources to call forth even up until their surrender. One must never forget that through their blunders they
still regularly pulled off ingenious logistics feats and methods of subterfuge which became a necessity as the Allies eventually gained the upper hand
in the skies.
And as to any members here who think that the Israeli Mossad would have made light work of his surviving person, think again. There were areas in
South American countries occupied by Odessa that were armed to the teeth, strongly allied with the local governments, staffed by trained and devoted
Nazis. To top it off these communities were self contained fortresses to boot whose locations were chosen do to their remoteness, local resources,
and highly defendable locations that did not lend much if any support to the would be infiltration team. But I'll admit, that if the Mossad had
tried to attack such compounds in order to snatch up former Nazis (and there is no evidence that they ever tried such things), it would have been one
firefight I'd pay to see.
My own gut tells me that he and several others (including Bormann) made it out alive and well. Where exactly they went is further cause for
speculation and would require another new topic for discussion. But South America did turn up so many sightings of exNazis now didn't it?
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