The document is published on the website of the Federal Bureau of investigation in four parts.
The Federal Bureau of investigation, the U.S. released a previously classified documents which allege that the dictator of the Third Reich Adolf Hitler did not commit suicide in Berlin in may 1945 and fled to Argentina. The document is published on the website of the Federal Bureau of investigation in four parts, according to “Gordon”.
According to documents which date from the period from 1945 to 1953, a man whose name is in the text not given, told the FBI that in 1945 helped six Argentine officials in hiding Adolph Hitler. Next to this approval is marked that the results obtained from this man’s information “cannot be verified”.
In the testimony of the unknown States that he met Hitler on the coast of Argentina, accompanied by three more people through “about two and a half weeks” after Berlin fell. Hitler and his entourage arrived in Argentina on the two submarines, the German dictator were accompanied by two women, a doctor and a few others. According to plan officials, the Fuhrer gave an estate near the Southern Andes, where he was hiding.
In his story anonymous said that Hitler had become virtually unrecognizable, as he shaved his famous mustache. In addition, the Fuhrer suffered from asthma and an ulcer.