In the early hours of the 19th April 1945, Adolf Hitler walked into a map room in his bunker under the streets of a Berlin in ruins and married his long-time partner Eva Braun. Fewer than forty hours later both he and Eva were dead, burned in the street. But in the chaos of Berlin in those final days of World War 2, it was difficult to confirm the identity of a charred corpse. Ever since then, confusion has surrounded the remains. This has led to many people asking if Hitler really committed suicide.
Watch the video below as our friends at All-Time Conspiracies investigate:
The History Channel’s program “Mystery Quest” dispatched a crew to Russia to open the archives for the first independent investigation in history. Their findings were shocking, the skull that was believed to be Hitler’s was in-fact that of a young woman. The revelation added gas to the fire that Hitler escaped.
In 1945 Joseph Stalin told President Truman that he believed Hitler was not dead.
In 1952, Eisenhower was quoted as saying, “”We have been unable to unearth one bit of tangible evidence of Hitler’s death. Many people believe that Hitler escaped from Berlin.”
If this is true – then where did Hitler and Braun escape to? Our Guest today will reveal his case and the facts that will soon be disclosed this year when his film is released to the World.
His name is Noam Shalev, his film is titled, Revealed: Hitler in Argentina, and it examines official FBI documents and recorded personal testimony of people who say they served Hitler after he arrived in Argentina on a German U-boat.
Revealed: Hitler in Argentina Extended Trailer: