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The Argentinean journalist Abel Basti launched the book " In the Footsteps of Hitler " which ensures that Hitler did not commit suicide but escaped to Argentina with false identities , including Bruno Kurt Kirchner.
The book summarizes 20 years of work of the journalist explains that Hitler fled Berlin , arriving by submarine to Argentina Patagonia, where he lived under the name of Adolf Schütelmayor .
During the governments of Juan Domingo Perón (1946-1955) , Hitler lived at Hacienda San Ramon, 15 kilometers from Bariloche. After derrocación government , traveled to Paraguay with Bruno alias Kurt Kirchner.
In " In the footsteps of Hitler ," he quotes a Brazilian former soldier , who noted that Adolf Hitler died on February 5, 1971 and is buried in a crypt in Paraguay , where today stands a "modern and exclusive hotel . "
AGREEMENT BETWEEN AMERICAN AND NAZIS
The escape of the German hierarch " would not have been possible without a military agreement between the Nazis and the Americans, which consisted of the output ( from Germany) male , currency and military technology to reuse this against communism in exchange for immunity the Nazis and the recycling of these in U.S. war strategy , "said Basti .
According to the writer , the main intelligence agencies of the world like the American CIA and British MI6, reports and photographs had that confirmed the presence of Hitler in South America after 1945.
During the first two terms of former Argentine President Juan Domingo Perón (1946-1955) , Hitler lived at Hacienda San Ramon , about 15 kilometers from Bariloche , which arrived by train from the Patagonian coast .
Numerous are the testimonies cited in the book that corroborate the presence of the Führer in the region, to ensure being with him or have a relative who had a close relationship with the president of the Third Reich.
Such are the cases of Heloise Lujan, who was one of the " taster " of the food that was served to the Nazi to ensure that this was not poisoned , and Angela Soriani , niece of Hitler 's cook , Carmen Torrentegui in the time he spent in the southern farm.
In " In the footsteps of Hitler" , a testament to a Brazilian former soldier son of a senior Nazi in charge , who says that the Führer died on February 5, 1971 and is buried in a crypt in an old Nazi underground bunker is cited Paraguay , where today stands a "modern and exclusive hotel".
Basti wrote that the first week of each February , the hotel operator closes its doors for an exclusive group of Nazis to honor their leader, "the man who changed their lives , for them and everyone , forever .
- Ensures that the Fuhrer spent several days in Spain , in Barcelona, in Cantabria, where he met with his aides . What is it based?
Yes, it is. Hitler waited. There are three documents: the German Secret Service , which reports that came to Barcelona, from a flight from Austria , the FBI , stating that "the Army of the United States is spending most of its efforts on locating Hitler in Spain , "and a third of the British secret service, which speaks of a convoy of Nazi submarines departing hierarchs and gold bound for Argentina , making a stop in the Canary Islands.
- Are there any witnesses who saw the Nazis in Spain ?
Yes, and realized their presence as a military of the Blue Division , but many other fear - not - want their names to appear . An important witness is a Jesuit nonagenarian , who retreated to a monastery , and that has a lot of information of their presence in Spain .
- You bring a German secret document in which Hitler appears as one of the passengers evacuated by plane from Austria to Barcelona that 26 or early hours of April 27, 1945 .
He was an official secret communication with copies to pilot Werner Baumbach , who emigrated to Argentina and brought his copy. Baumbach , along with other known Nazi pilots, aeronautical project worked for Perón .
- What did Hitler not to recognize him ?
- Hitler hair, Flush cut almost bare . And his mustache shaved . With this was enough to go unnoticed , plus , of course, is not openly moving in public. The cut of his mustache uncovered a scar on his upper lip , which was not known to the common people.
- Is it fake version of the Third Reich that the dictator committed suicide with his mistress Eva Braun, on April 30, 1945 in a bunker in Berlin?
- There was never evidence that death. No skills showing criminology suicide . The German government gave Hitler killed almost eleven years later, in 1956 , the presumption of death . So , legally , for Germany , Hitler was alive after 1945. Not only alive, but also was not a man convicted of justice , there was no arrest warrant or court proceedings against him. While Hitler was in Spain , in the bunker a farce , the lead actor was one of Hitler 's doubles were represented. During the last hours , twice was drugged and ready to represent the final act.
- Do you think that suicide was a "pass" , mere excuse , that Hitler could get away ?
- The drain under Hitler was a great plan of escape - men , capital and technology - ready by the Nazis. In 1945, the plan had a green light from the U.S. , thanks to a secret military pact . Thousands of Nazis that might leak to the West - of which about 300,000 came to the United States , were " recycled " to fight communism. Hitler became a living dinosaur , protected and refugee.
- In " Hitler 's Exile 'includes you document the British secret services reveals that Hitler fled to Argentina by submarine , with stopover in the Canary Islands.
And said that, before the convoy departed from Spain submarine , the U.S. Navy withdrew all its naval units in the South Atlantic . It also indicates that Nazi submarines " exchanged messages " with the American fleet . Messages intercepted the British.
- How the Nazi worm crawled in Argentina ?
- Hitler , who came to Argentina with 56, lived as a fugitive. With false identity and trying to pass as unnoticed as possible. In the early years he lived on a ranch outside Bariloche, then in other parts of the country since changed residence more than once . Always accompanied by two bodyguards , sometimes three . His political activity was limited to a few meetings with old comrades and some Argentine military . Hitler died in Argentina in the sixties , Eva Braun , his junior - survived him .
It was quite fascinating and I am surprised to find that for some on ATS stuff like this is news.
"The Exile of Hitler", the controversial book by journalist and historian Argentine Abel Basti, one of the foremost experts on Nazi fugitives, who arrives this June the Spanish libraries having been published two months ago in Argentina for South American-Mondadori argues that the Fuhrer did not commit suicide in the Berlin bunker as the official story defend, but managed to escape to Patagonia after being loaded on a German submarine in Vigo. La mayor revelación de este libro es un documento secreto alemán en el que Hitler aparece como uno de los pasajeros evacuados en un avión de Austria a Barcelona el 26 de abril de 1945. The biggest revelation of this book is a German secret document in which Hitler appears as one of the passengers evacuated on a plane from Austria to Barcelona on 26 April 1945.
Emil Georg von Stauss, the president of Germany's largest bank, the Deutsche Bank, lent Hitler a portable Remington so he could write his infamous anti-Jewish banker manifesto "Mein Kampf."
Von Stauss, a principal Nazi Party fund raiser, also was a longtime business associate of the Rothschilds.
Hitler dictated "Mein Kampf" to typists Rudolf Hess and Emil Maurice during his cushy eight-months stay at Landsberg Prison in April- December 1924. (His five-year sentence was commuted. He had a two-room suite with a view and was allowed to receive gifts and visitors.)
Von Stauss was part of a "Hitler support group" consisting of wealthy Illuminati. Helene Bechstein, the wife of the piano manufacturer pretended to be Hitler's adopted mother and smuggled out sections of the manuscript. She took care of all Hitler's expenses and hoped he would marry her daughter Lotte. Franz Thyssen, the chairman of United Steelworks sent Hitler a birthday gift of 100,000 gold marks.
This account was taken from Rudolf Hess' letters by Belgian author Stan Lauryssens, ("The Man Who Invented the Third Reich" 1999, pp.130-135.)
It contradicts the image we have of Hitler in 1924 leading a grass roots fringe party. In fact, he was a front man for the international bankers
I don't care what anyone says or writes about Hitler escaping Berlin. He definitely did not. Even if you entertain the idea do you honestly think that he would keep quiet(knowing his megalomania)? Do you honestly think that his followers(and there are an awful lot still alive and still believing in fascism) would let him stay secret? If anyone has any shred of intelligence the answer to those 2 will be NO, NO,NO. That answers all the posts that try to seriously entertain that Hitler survived the war HE DIED IN 1945...