FBI declassified files: Hitler escaped from Spain to ArgentinaDecember 26, 2018
Adolf Hitler escaped from Germany and took refuge in a secret hiding place in Spain, according to some theorists studying declassified files of the FBI.
The Nazi leader allegedly committed suicide in his Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945, after being surrounded by the Red Army. His body was burned immediately, without it being believed that there were remains. However, the declassified files of the FBI show that the US government He seriously investigated the possibility that he escaped a day earlier.
The documents, which have been blocked to protect the identity of the officers involved, detail how the agents visited South America after the reported sightings. (Hitler escaped)
The documents state that Hitler arrived with 50 other people, including Eva Braun, his dog, and a personal doctor, as part of a pre-established agreement with Argentine officials.
Harry Cooper, who has been investigating the rumored escape for years, says he can document up to three decades of Hitler’s survival. He states that he and his team can gather evidence to prove that Hitler flew from Germany to Spain on April 29, 1945.
“We broke the initial story about 15 years ago when our book came out, ” he revealed in the 2015 Amazon Prime series “Adolf Hitler’s Great Escape. ” “One of our agents lived in the National Archives, pulling out old, dusty boxes of material to find things that proved Hitler’s escape .”
“We have hundreds of FBI documents that Hitler managed to escape and they knew it. They called the farm where he was staying in Spain while waiting for transportation to Argentina. They knew it and the documents were all top secret until we declassified them. “
Cooper also said earlier that there were witnesses who saw Hitler’s personal pilot, Hanna Reitsch, enter his bunker the day before his supposed death. What do you think about it? Leave your comment below.