Argentina Was Hitler’s Final Home According to FBI Files – Part I

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Newly released FBI documents seem to indicate that Adolf Hitler survived the bunker in Germany and made his escape to Argentina where he lived out the rest of his days.

In 1945, two German submarines pulled to the shore one night in Argentina. Approximately 50 people disembarked. They were met and driven off in Argentine buses. Those are known, verifiable facts. Eyewitnesses are still alive that saw the small crowd of people standing around the shoreline waiting on the busses to arrive.

Recently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released previously classified documents that seem to prove that Adolf Hitler, the German dictator, was among the people arriving in Argentina that night. With him was the equally recognizable Eva Braun.  Argentina

The documents released by the FBI go on to show that the American government knew Hitler was alive and living in the Andes long after World War II had ended. The newly released documents also show that the director of the OSS, Allen Dulles, provided aid and assistance to the group.

Who Was the Informant?

In a letter to the FBI, dated August 1945, an unidentified informant agreed to swap information for political asylum. The information the informant dangled in front of the agency was tantalizing enough for J. Edgar Hoover, long-time FBI Director, to get personally involved. What the informant told Hoover was shocking.

ArgentinaThe informant not only knew that Hitler was in Argentina, the informant was one of four men confirmed to have met the German submarines when they arrive. The largest part of the landing party was on the first submarine while Hitler and Braun were on board the second.

The idea that German submarines could land on Argentine shores is not surprising or novel. U-boat 977 and U-boat 530 each landed in Mar del Plata following their own escape from German waters.

Argentina Assistance

Argentine sympathies were with Nazi Germany. South America’s second largest country had a large German “ex-pat” population that stayed loyal to Hitler and the former Führer enjoyed many close friends in Argentina even before the end of the war.

The Argentina government welcomed the German dictator with open arms and assisted him in his hiding. The FBI documents indicate not only could the informant provide detailed directions to the towns which Hitler and his party traveled through, but was also able to provide details of the house in which Hitler and Braun took up residence.

The informant, while obviously not named in the FBI papers, was credible enough for Hoover to get personally involved in the informant’s subsequent questioning. Hoover then transferred some of the documents to Generals in the US War Department.

Did Hitler escape Germany and live to be an old man in Argentina? More information to come.

By Jerry Nelson

Sources

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Voice of the Valley
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13 Responses to "Argentina Was Hitler’s Final Home According to FBI Files – Part I"

  1. Bob Bacon   October 3, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    USA ZOG supports jewish terrorism.

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  2. ARIEL ROSENGREEN   April 10, 2016 at 2:07 pm

    to wk – who wrote in 2014, ‘hitler suffered enough’ what kind of MORON ARE YOU ? WHAT PLANET DI YOU ARRIVE FROM;? HITLER WAS A BEAST AND SHOULD HAVE HAD HIS BODY TORTURED FOR MONTHS, TOO MANY STUPID MILLENIALS WHO ARE ALL NAZI’S ANYWAY..

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  3. Jack   November 23, 2015 at 8:32 am

    Heil Hitler!

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  4. Gabriel Hatfield   October 27, 2015 at 4:10 pm

    In fact it’s not entirely true but the DNA of Hitler later researched was of a female gender also the more you research the more disgusted your probably gonna be but be sure to be sickened over the truth of what bank funded all sides of the entire ww1 ww2 wars Hitler was a pawn or puppet

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  5. lynda   July 12, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    What did the U.S. Have to gain by this if this is true? Why isn’t Tv’s sources like Fox reporting this? Why isn’t jewish groups like Wiesenthal and the moussard who hunt down escaped nazis all over this? Anger must be a big part of this story. Where can the average citizen get verification on this? This is disgusting.!

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    • Choir Loft   May 3, 2016 at 6:18 am

      The nations of the world were exhausted following the end of WWII. All the resources of every nation were devoted to rebuilding and restoring order.

      Nobody really gave a damn about the whereabouts of the Austrian paperhanger……except the Jews and that didn’t really get any traction until the mid-1950’s. By then Hitler had died anyway.

      Bear in mind Hitler had Parkinson’s Disease. There was no treatment for this in 1945 and the longest Herr Hitler could have lived was nine to ten years. He also suffered injuries from the bomb attempt on his life in July 1944 and was also rumored to be a drug abuser.

      Whatever scenario you choose to believe, Hitler didn’t live long after the war. Since he was basically powerless and couldn’t cause any more mischief, nobody cared if he lived or died.

      and that’s me, hollering from the choir loft…

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  6. arsenal1again   February 5, 2015 at 4:48 am

    Yeah, he was alive because never in all my life have I or anybody else known Americans to fib. Remember George Washington’s words to his father? All Americans follow his lead and cannot lie. Eva Braun was there too and started a company which made Electric shavers. According to sources Hitler started a meat ball company, each tin can was packed with just one and they were made of Corned Beef.

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  7. WK   October 27, 2014 at 5:05 am

    I think that it was pretty much agreed that Hitler had suffered enough, so they left him alone and allowed him to live in peace. Sometimes reason triumphs!

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  8. William the C   October 27, 2014 at 5:01 am

    Subs were not waiting in Germany, they were in Spain, off shore!

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  9. Freddie   July 30, 2014 at 10:54 am

    It’s well documented that dictators often have doubles. Check out the book Grey Wolf

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  10. Alan Richtie   June 3, 2014 at 1:41 am

    I would have agree with the previous post. Way too many “lucky breaks” would have had to happen for this scenario to have even remotely occurred. I believe this is a hoax.

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  11. John Doba   March 25, 2014 at 3:38 am

    Hey, quite exciting, but:

    highly implausible on its face given the known fact, from captured footage, of ‘Dolf meeting the last-gasp Hitler Youth band days before the final denouement. I’m sure you’ve seen the footage, it’s on Youtube, from March 22, 1945.

    How did he escape ringed-in Berlin and get to the coast? Which pristine-condition German subs were sitting waiting in the port? Which port was still left for subs capable of crossing the Atlantic, at that late point in the war?

    Hamburg? Nuh-uh. Did he get through to a French or Spanish or Italian port, in those last few days?

    It looks like an actual FBI document, probably some crank looking for a handout.

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    • Gary Troxel   August 23, 2016 at 6:16 pm

      John ? you watch Youtube ?

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