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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany??
Posted on: 12/27/2017 5:33:46 PM
There is a popular book, The Grey Wolf , Hitler's escape to Argentina! Here is a documentary on it, as well as the book! It stands to reason if other major Nazis escaped , why not the Fuhrer!?

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And the book!?

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There is no concrete evidence that he died in a Berlin bunker!??

What say you??
intriguing to say the least??
MD

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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 12/28/2017 2:01:44 PM
More evidence and a historical poll on the topic!?

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Or is there more of a chance that major heads of the world are aliens?

Seems that more proof is needed!?
MD
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BWilson
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Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 12/28/2017 2:08:19 PM
Dave,

 No idea. The topic has been the target of propaganda, which makes it harder to view the facts clearly. I can only say this notion of Hitler survival no longer holds so much fascination because by now he is definitely dead of old age if nothing else. From what I have read, there was no shortage of reports about such from various South Americans and Germans who fled to S. America after the war. But I will opine this: the Mossad was well informed of the locations of prominent Nazis after the war . . . it would surprise me to know that Hitler had escaped and evaded their intel networks. I mean, if they "picked up" Eichmann for his crimes, Hitler would have been Target Number One.

Cheers

BW
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Gregory C. White
Canton, GA, USA
Posts: 196
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 12/29/2017 8:56:53 PM
MD,

Have you watched any of "Hunting Hitler" series on the History Channel? The 3rd and final season begins this Tuesday night.

Some of the "facts" the investigators (ex FBI, CIA, military historians) have uncovered are rather thought provoking. Eyewitness
accounts of Hitler being in Spain on May 1, 1945 at Franco's country estate; and others placing him in Argentina shortly
thereafter w/Martin Bormann and others. Declassified FBI files had similar reports.

My gut feeling is if Hitler actually escaped and made it to Argentina, why did Dr. Goebbels kill his family and
commit suicide? Their bodies were positively identified. The purported remains of Hitler the Russians had were
of an unidentified woman. It would seem Goebbels and his family would have left as well.

Best Regards,

Greg
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Riaindevoy
Geelong, Australia
Posts: 1328
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 12/29/2017 9:05:55 PM
Hitler's health was a mess by 1945, either Syphilis, Parkinsons, addiction to a cocktail of drugs and probably a combination of any or all of them. I doubt he was in any condition to duck and weave around the Red Army after April 20 when it was confirmed that he was last seen outside the bunker and the day Soviet artillery began bombarding Berlin.

Or maybe he faked it at the same place where they faked the Moon landing.
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brian grafton
Victoria, BC, Canada
Posts: 1876
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 12/29/2017 9:36:54 PM
I'm with you, Riain.

Not one indication that Hitler escaped from Berlin.

Not one indication he had at that time the ability to make any decision except to die.

No easy means of getting him out of Berlin to any place from which he could travel.

The argument is that the Soviets got his body. Ho hum! They got a partially burned body tentatively identified as Hitler, but only verified years after IIRC.

I'm pretty open to hosts of questions, I'll admit. But I don't believe what was left of Germany had the means to extract Hitler from Berlin, and I don't believe his own medical condition left him the means of planning the subterfuge of the death of his "wife", his dogs and himself while he headed into the sunset aboard a super-U-boat.

Cheers
Brian G
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Andy235
Annapolis, MD, USA
Posts: 13
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 2/10/2018 12:03:17 AM
I have read about this, but I am pretty confident Hitler died in the bunker on April 30, 1945.

Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 2/11/2018 8:51:25 AM
Most ardent clues lead in that direction, perhaps in the future with modern methods this will be proven!

Regards,
MD
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BWilson
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Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 2/26/2018 10:13:21 AM
 Here you go, Dave.

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Achtung!

Cheers,

BW
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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 2/26/2018 10:32:55 AM
Hi B,

Good post, with Hitler being so diabolical it's quite possible some of these 10 factors could of come into play, to save his ass?

With other high members of the Reich making it to South America, who's to say that the Fuhrer who's #1 objective after all when all was lost, would be to save his own friggen skin!?

It's possible?
What say you to BW' Read More??
Regards,
MD
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BWilson
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Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 2/26/2018 12:05:24 PM
Dave,

 I'm skeptical. The postwar reports of his 'sightings' could have been reactions to propaganda or provocations of one kind or another. Not to mention there were more than few Soviet soldiers surrounding Berlin at the end. Now Bormann ... maybe.

Cheers,

BW
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Truckman
Conroe, TX, USA
Posts: 143
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 3/24/2018 7:05:14 PM
I previously wrote an article on this topic, and reviewed the book "Grey Wolf" here:

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Hitler's ego was far too inflated to chance being found later hiding from the war's victors in a stinking jungle...Ben
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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 3/26/2018 9:58:50 PM
Hi Ben,

Some good points on your article on the possible Hitler Escape, in your review on the book Grey Wolf, that you previously wrote? (thanks for posting)

MD
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Truckman
Conroe, TX, USA
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Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 3/26/2018 10:37:38 PM
At your service, Dave...Ben
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brian grafton
Victoria, BC, Canada
Posts: 1876
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 4/19/2018 2:15:08 PM
Just an interesting note on this subject in today's Independent:j [Read More]

Cheers
Brian G
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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 4/19/2018 5:43:21 PM
Hi Brian,

Interesting article on the long range U-Boat U-3523 found sunken off the Danish Coast! Well at least that indicates Hitler didn't escape to S. America on that Submarine!? Other rumors also listed, makes one wonder if we'll ever know the truth!?

Thanks for posting,
Cheers,
Dave
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dt509er
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Posts: 568
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 4/19/2018 11:23:39 PM

Quote:
Hi Brian,

Interesting article on the long range U-Boat U-3523 found sunken off the Danish Coast! Well at least that indicates Hitler didn't escape to S. America on that Submarine!? Other rumors also listed, makes one wonder if we'll ever know the truth!?

Thanks for posting,
Cheers,
Dave
--Michigan Dave


We know the truth Dave, Hitler died in the Arctic during the Alien War against the Jedi and the Clone Army led by Colonel-Private George C3PO! He was killed at long-range by a water-cannon filled with helium and M&M's.

In other words, until proven otherwise Hitler is alive and well drinking Mai Tai's 5 o'clock somewhere on this or another undocumented planet.

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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
Posts: 3550
Re: Did Hitler escape to Argentina in the waneing days of WWII from Germany
Posted on: 5/21/2018 2:33:04 PM
Guys,

Here is the latest historical findings on Hitler!?

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Sig heil!
MD
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