FBI Declassifies Documents About Hitler: Did Not Commit Suicide

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FBI Declassifies Documents About Hitler: Did Not Commit Suicide

KutuBabi
http://vault.fbi.gov/adolf-hitler/adolf-hitler-part-01-of-04/view

Summary
-FBI knew about a submarine following the coast to Argentina
-FBI got intel that several high-ranking Nazi officials were on board (Hitler and Eva Braun)
-Hitler may not have committed suicide and was living in a mansion in the foothills of Southern Andes
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inspector
I have given some serious consideration to this somewhat intriguing
notion that Hitler survived the war by escaping in a submarine.  
My current view is that this is more seductive than plausible.

If this story is true, then presumably, that would mean that
there would be a submarine full of German sub-mariners that
knew that Hitler survived.

I don't know how many men you need to run a German submarine.
I will guess at 50 to 100 men.  Let's say the number is only 50.

Did 50 German sub-mariners really go to their graves keeping
absolutely schtum that Hitler survived the war ?  
Wouldn't that be one of the biggest secrets of their lives ?
Did they really manage to take that secret to their graves?
Was it really not confessed in wills... deathbed revelations...
autobiographies published posthumously?

On the other hand...  perhaps these rumours, these
deathbed revelations and autobiographies exist... and i simply
don't know about them.

Is there any other supporting 'evidence' for the survival of hitler
beyond 1945 ?

Be happy :)
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baddeddie
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Hi KutuBabi!

Since your original post, a lot more evidence has been uncovered and the pieces of the puzzle are coming together that in fact, Hitler did escape from Berlin on the 29th, the day before he allegedly committed suicide.

Through archival photos, a 5th exit point from Hitler's bunker has been found. Previously, only 4 were know to exist.

Before I go into detail, I should inform you that another cache of over 14,000 documents has been declassified. It is from all of the worlds major intelligence services who all were conducting manhunts for Hitler after his alleged death.

Back to the 5th exit point. It leads to a park along the boulevard in front of the Brandenburg gate. They converted the top of the gate into an air traffic control tower and used the boulevard as a runway. The sticking point to this theory was that the boulevard was not wide enough because of the wingspan required between the light posts. But a search through American soldiers photos shows the light posts had been cut down making it wide enough for a plane. Investigators have also found documents from the new cache, one of which there is sworn under oath testimony that a German pilot said he flew Hitler out on the 29th. Another pilot was with a group of 8-10 airplanes that flew out on the 28th.

Enough detail for now, but a summery of what will prove to be the truth.

Hitler flew out of Berlin on the 29th to Spain where his Army General friend harbored him by hiding him away at a monastery until he could travel by boat to Misiones Province, Argentina where a series of VIP safe houses with an armed outpost in the jungle has been found and is being excavated by archaeologists. The evidence points to him having lived quite comfortably after his fake death.  
"Eye See" said the blind squirrel
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deepblue
All I know Lou said something about him being extracted.


I once thought whether it was done using wall technology like that in 'In League with a UFO'...?

Only Lou can confirm
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baddeddie
deepblue wrote
All I know Lou said something about him being extracted.


I once thought whether it was done using wall technology like that in 'In League with a UFO'...?

Only Lou can confirm
Hi deepblue!
The search for Adolph Hitler will not end until his remains are found. He is the most wanted man in the world, has been since April 30th, 1945 and will be until his remains are found.

There are many people around the world who have spent darn near their entire lives focused on finding him. Thanks to our improved investigative tools, improved investigative tech-niches and a top-notch investigative team with top-notch expertise to use at their hand with just a simple phone call. The all-star team has already uncovered a mountain of evidence leading to the scenario I laid out in my previous post. It is all being documented on a TV show called "Hunting Hitler" shown on the History Channel here in the USA.

Season one focused on the FBI files KutuBabi talked about. They were inept back then as they are today. There files led to many, many dead ends but some finds were made but there was not enough conclusive evidence to mesh it all together.

The season 2 opener was a stunner. (I really didn't think there would be another.). Now they were working off of a newly declassified international database from all of the world's intelligence services. And Oh Baby!, did they get right to work. You can get caught up at www.history.com for free.

Badd Eddie
"Eye See" said the blind squirrel
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baddeddie
I made an error in my original description that the top of the Brandenburg Gate being used as the air traffic control tower. In fact I should have said the Victory Tower.



relationship of tower to Brandenburg gate:

"Eye See" said the blind squirrel
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