Did Hitler Escape to Argentina?
Adolf Hitler and wife Eva Braun escaped from their bunker in Berlin at the end of World War II and fled to Argentina, where they had 2 daughters. Hitler lived to the age of 72 in South America and the US FBI knew about it. Does that seem pretty farfetched? According to Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan, the authors of the new book, Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf, that is exactly what happened. Leading historian Guy Walters fiercely argues against their point of view as reported in the Daily Mail.
Authors of the new book aE˜Grey Wolf: The Escape Of AdolfaE™ believe evidence of the tyrantaE™s suicide is flawed aE" and that he actually escaped in 1945 to begin a new life with his wife, Eva Braun.
But the claims have been ridiculed by leading historian Guy Walters who today branded them aE˜2,000 per cent rubbish.aE™
Hitler and BraunaE™s aE˜flightaE™ from Berlin is laid out in lavish detail by British authors Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan in their new book.
They refute the widely accepted view that the Fuhrer shot himself in his Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945, and Braun committed suicide by taking cyanide.
Instead, they claim, there is aE˜overwhelming evidenceaE™ to suggest that the couple escaped at the end of the Second World War for a new life in a Nazi-controlled enclave in Fascist Argentina.
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This reminds me of an episode of The Simpsons, where Bart crank calls someone and it turns out to be Adolf Hitler in Argentina. Maybe The Simpsons were on to something?Google+