Was Adolf Hitler really dead at his bunker in 1945 when Red Army entered Berlin & destroyed all the city? That’s the question so many people have been asking up to these days. The fact that all history books in secondary & high schools have concluded that Hitler had suicided in his bunker with his girlfriend. But the fact was not simple like that, the Führer of Nazi didn’t not accept such a easy death.
Today, many people have still considered World War 2 is the most memorial history when the main battles had been happened around the Europe. Even business books also remind about WW 2 with large scale of the battle. The battle had taken so many death & giving people the feeling of victory day. It seemed to be the most happiest feeling that people had in their life. The true event of the death of Adoft Hitler is always the concern of so many generations & people having the love about history.
Hitler had been born in Austria & fought for German troop in World War I and got the honor with iron cross medal for his bravery. After World War I, he settled in Munich & led a small party named Nazi. Through his politic life, Hitler had ever been arested & put in Prizon when he wrote the Book “Mein Kamf – My Struggle” & blamed the Jew for weakening the German Army, raised the ambition to enlarge the land for Germany through the East.
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
In 1945, when Allied troops & red Army enter Germany, Hitler’s been believed to Suicide under his bunker. Recent document has proved that Hitler didn’t died & fled to the south of America. He fled to Argentina by submarine & train
Mr Abel, a British historian, emphasized that the wagon they were transporting was the same one Hitler used. This wagon once helped bring the Führer Nazi to flee.
According to Abel, when Hitler got off the train, he was hitchhiked by a wealthy German landlord on a submarine to Argentina. The Argentine government at that time not only welcomed the Nazi boss but also helped this man to flee. There were 2 submarines escaped after the Red Army ransacked the bunker, both of which landed on the Argentine coast, one of which had Hitler and his wife.
The secret document (Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler) has showed that Hitler shaved off his moustache to change his appearance & lived in Argentina still the age of 75.
More proof has showed that Hitler was alive after 1945.
According to the newly deciphered secret document of the FBI, the US government knew that many years after World War II, Hitler and Eva Braun were still living normally in La Angostura village, Bariloche city, away from Buenos Aires. more than 800km to the south, near the border with Chile and located right at the foot of the majestic Andes Mountains.
In 2009, Connecticut archaeologist Nicholas Bellatoni was allowed to conduct DNA testing on one of Hitler’s alleged skull bones. The results were astonishing to the intelligence and scientists.
The DNA sample did not match Hitler’s DNA nor did the DNA samples thought to belong to Eva Braun did not match the DNA of her family members. And the question is: what did one find in Hitler’s underground tunnel and where did Hitler actually be?
Today, people explore the place where Hitler ever lived in the south of America with Nazi items. Express.co.uk has shown some Nazi Items in Argentina with guns, ceremonial knives, military decorations, statues of Hitler a Nazi sundial, silver Ouija board, and items used to indoctrinate children, including harmonicas and puzzles.
It seemed Hitler & his wife Eva Brau fled to Argentina and lived their final days in the village of La Angostura, the city of Bariloche, more than 800 km south of the capital Buenos Aires, near the border with Chile and at the foot of the Andes Mountains – a beautiful valley most of the Andes.
Despite the fact Hitler was alive in Argentina until the age of 75. But after that we didn’t see him any more.
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