Well I can tell you right now that all information on Yakov Blumkin
shows that he was never any
part of a mission to Tibet.
As for the authenticity of the documents in the video:
Many of the documents shown (shown way too quickly IMO, having to pause the video each time to look at them was very annoying), are simply type
written pages with pen marks on them. I can produce that too, give me some old paper, and old type writer and some pens.
Nazi documents may or may not be authentic either: it's amazing what a person can create in today's world with computers.
The only way you are going to be able to validate the authenticity of any of these documents is with your own foot work.
You will have to research archives of Nazi and Soviet documents from places beyond reproach (IE like the USA's Library Of Congress).
I can understand coming here and asking people if the documents are real, but the chances of anyone on here knowing if they are will be slim at best.
More than likely, you'll find people showing that they are hoaxes.
However, any scholar will tell you that the only way to vette these documents is to do the research yourself, again keeping in mind that YouTube and
other web sites is not really proof at all except that people can be really creative, and have enough time on their hands (along with the technology
in today's world) to create some really authentic looking things.
However, considering that the maker of this video seems to have lied about Yakov Blumkin, throws the whole thing into doubt.
I will give the video this: I really liked the music. It was much better than the cheesy New Wave music that many "fringe" videos have.
ETA: which I just remembered; the music is called "Two Steps From Hell - Protectors Of Earth". It's from the video game Mass Effect 3.
14-9-2013 by eriktheawful because: (no reason given)