Scott Corralesreports that Abel Basti, author of "Bariloche Nazi: Hitlerdied in Argentina in 1960," claims Hitler escaped fromGermany by submarine and spent his last days in Argentina withEva Braun.
It's long been known that many Nazis escaped to SouthAmerican countries, including Argentina, but before this, noone reported that Hitler was one of them. However, there hasalways been some suspicion that Hitler escaped. Although itwas reported that he committed suicide, his body was neverfound in the ruins of the bunker at the Reich Chancellery.
Basti says he has "eyewitness accounts from qualified peoplewho were with Hitler in Argentina and who agree with FBI,British Intelligence, and Argentinean Navy documentsdiscussing the presence of Nazi subs in the South Atlanticin July and August 1945?There is more information coming tolight that contradicts the alleged suicide?Furthermore, thefirst official reports talk of an escape. In other words,when the Red Army entered the bunker, Stalin asked for aconfirmation of Hitler's death and the general in chargesays he can't, because there is no body.
"In 1950, two sailors from the Graf Spee, a German vesselsunk by its own crew on the River Plate, said that theyreceived at least two submarines in Patagonia on July 28,1945?We have the proof of the evacuation [of Hitler] and onthe other [hand], the discovery of the sunken subs."
ED. NOTE: The arrival of two submarines at the mouth of theRiver Platte in the summer of 1945 has long been a subjectfor controversy. But there has never been any seriousevidence that Hitler was on one of them. Nevertheless, thisauthor claims proof. We will continue to follow this story.
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