FBI’s amazing admonition: Hitler did not die in 45, he fled to Argentina.
New declassified documents from the FBI show that the government knew that Adolf Hitler was indeed residing in the Andes Cordillera well after the Second World War took place.
On April 30, 1945, Adolf Hitler committed suicide in an underground bunker, report claimed. His body was discovered later and identified by the Soviets before being repatriated in an emergency in Russia. Is it really possible that the Soviets lied to us all this time, and that the story was deliberately rewritten?
No one believed until the FBI documents were published. It seems possible that the most hated man in modern history escaped the war that tore Germany to live a bucolic and peaceful life in the magnificent foothills of the Andes.
The intelligence community knew.
FBI documents recently declassified show not only that the suicide of Hitler and Eva Braun was rigged, but that the infamous couple would have received the help of the Director of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS – predecessor of the CIA ) Allan Dulles himself.
In a document from the Los Angeles FBI, it is revealed that the Agency was well aware of a mysterious submarine had traveled to the Argentine coast to deposit Nazi high officials there. What is even more surprising is the fact that the FBI knew that Hitler actually lived in the foothills of the Andes.
Who is the mysterious informant?
In a letter to the office dated August 1945, an unidentified informant agreed to exchange information for political asylum. What he revealed to the agents is edifying.
The informant knew not only that Hitler was in Argentina, he was also one of the four men who crossed the German submarine route. Apparently, two submarines had landed on the Argentine coast; Hitler and Eva Braun were on board the second.
The Argentine government not only welcomed the former German dictator but also helped him in his cache. The informant gave detailed information about the villages Hitler and his group had passed through, as well as credible physical details about Hitler.
While for obvious reasons the informant was never named in the FBI papers, his testimony was credible enough to be endorsed by some agents.
The FBI tried to hide the comings and goings of Hitler.
Even with a detailed physical description and these indications, the FBI did not follow up on these new leads. And no one even investigated with the evidence replacing the German U-530 submarine as well as numerous eyewitness accounts around German officials deposited on the Argentine coast.
Even more evidence has been found:
In addition to FBI documents detailing an eyewitness account of the comings and goings in Argentina, new evidence is brought to light to help prove that Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun did not die in the bunker.
In 1945, the naval attache in Buenos Aires informed Washington that there was a high probability that Hitler and Eva Braun reached Argentina. This coincides with the observations of the submarine U-530. Additional evidence, in the form of a newspaper article, details the construction of a Bavarian-style mansion in the foothills of the Andes.
Other evidence, in the form of the testimony of the architect of the new house of Hitler Alejandro Bustillo, show that it was financed by wealthy German immigrants.
Irrefutable evidence that Hitler escaped.
The most confusing evidence that Hitler survived the fall of Germany may lie in Russia. Due to the Soviet occupation of Germany, the supposed remains of Hitler were promptly concealed and sent to Russia never to be seen again. This until 2009 when a Connecticut state archaeologist, Nicholas Belladone, was allowed to perform a DNA test on one of the recovered skull fragments.
What he discovered triggered a chain reaction through the intelligence communities and scientists. Not only did the DNA not correspond to any of Hitler’s supposed samples, nor did it correspond to the known DNA of Eva Braun. So the question is: what did the Soviets discover in the bunker and where is Hitler?
Even the former General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower wrote to Washington.
General Eisenhower was not the only one concerned about the total disappearance of Hitler; Stalin had also expressed his own. In 1945, the newspaper Stars and Stripes quoted General Eisenhower as possible and real that Hitler could live safely and comfortably in Argentina.
Is it possible ?
Did Hitler flee to Argentina? The answer seems to be “yes”.: