Book says Hitler died an old man in Argentina


Young Adolf Hitler

There is no doubt that 66 years after, mystery still shrouds the exact circumstances of the death of Adolf Hitler, the Nazi dictator.

Proof to this is that British journalist Gerrard Williams and co-author Simon Dunstan had just published a book debunking claims that on April 30, 1945, Hitler and his wife of one day, Eva Braun, retired to their suite in the Fuhrer’s underground bunker to take their lives as the tanks and troops of Soviet General Vasily Chuikov’s Eight Guards army were fast closing in on the Reich Chancellery.

What happened instead, according to Williams, is that in his researches of newly declassified documents and forensic tests, it all pointed to the Hitlers being allowed to escape and secretly flown out of Germany and taken to then fascist-controlled Argentina.

“We didn’t want to re-write history, but the evidence we’ve discovered about the escape of Adolf Hitler is just too overwhelming to ignore,” Williams said.

“There is no forensic evidence for his, or Eva Braun’s deaths, and the stories from the eyewitnesses to their continued survival in Argentina are compelling.”

The book, ‘Grey Wolf: The Escape Of Adolf Hitler,’ also accuses US intelligence of conspiring to hide the truth about Hitler’s escape.

The book also mentions that Hitler lived in Argentina for 17 years and has allegedly raised two daughters, until his death in 1962.

But, the controversy over Hitler’s death does not actually end with the publication of this book, which is now being made into a film.

It is even now more confusing.

While the West have always been made to believe that Hitler committed suicide by shooting himself in the head and being burned later, as was his last minute instruction to his aides, Lev Bezymenski, a former Red army intelligence officer, has revealed in a book he has written that the Russians not only found Hitler’s body after taking the bunker, but that they also performed an exhaustive autopsy that showed that Hitler had died by cyanide poisoning.

Whether Hitler died by a bullet wound or by cyanide poisoning may not be a very significant question, given the choice on whether he and Eva had to end their lives, literally, with a bang or a whimper.

The more compelling question would be: Could Hitler have decided to flee Nazi Germany with all his ill-gotten wealth and be a traitor to his people and country? This scenario seems to be very unlikely to have happen.

Rochus Misch in old age

Also, Williams may find it hard to refute what Rochus Misch, a former bodyguard of Hitler, has written in his memoirs, “The Last Witness.”

Rochus was by the Fuhrer’s side for five years and saw Hitler’s remains after he committed suicide as the Russian tanks closed in. He is thought to be the last remaining member/survivor of the group who hid in the Fuhrerbunker during the assault.

Lastly, if the Israeli intelligence were so successful in ferreting out Nazi criminals in South America, which has been known to be the sanctuary of Nazis, do you think Hitler would have escaped the Israeli fine comb, he who was the most wanted criminal of them all?


18 comments on “Book says Hitler died an old man in Argentina

  1. sara says:

    The edited by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan in hipothesis basic (no relation to the daughters of hitler, a fantasy of the 40’s without foundation) is a copy of Hitler’s escape (see website with copy 1999 !! ) from Patrick Burnside and published in various editions and publishers from 2000 to 2004 in Spanish “El escape de Hitler”.

    Cuanto editado por Gerrard Williams y Simon Dunstan en su hipothesis basica (no lo referente a las hijas de hitler, una fantasia de los años 40 sin fundamento ) es una copia de El escape de Hitler (ver website con copy de 1999 !! ) de Patrick Burnside y editado en varias ediciones y editores desde el año 2000 y hasta 2004 en español.

  2. Widi says:

    Dear Mr. Writer can you investigate The historical Hitler dies in Indonesia, you can read the story from this website.
    why i recomended this story because there are no one investigate this story, maybe its true or not.
    Thanks For Your Attention Mr. Writer

    • quierosaber says:

      I find the story on this link more absurd than the one saying that Hitler died in Argentina. Of all places I don’t think Indonesia would be the chosen refuge of Hitler. He will appear like a sore thumb amongst Indonesians – his color and his looks. And remember that during those years he was allegedly seen in Indonesia, the Israelis were already all over the place searching for the remnants of Nazi officers who were responsible for the holocaust fleeing Germany for safe haven abroad. Indonesia was never a safe haven for the Germans, so why risk going there in the first place.

      • Widi says:

        as i know Mr Indonesia have 13.000 island and sumbawa besar island is far from the goverment wacth in that time, i hope somebody investigate the grave of Mr. Poch (Hitler) in Surabaya and test DNA. Thanks for your attention Mr. Writer.

  3. Morten says:

    We have written about the book “Grey Wolf: The Escape Of Adolf Hitler” recently and it is something to look forward to. Such a great myth deserves this kind of important work.

    Well done!

  4. The edited by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan in hipothesis basic (no relation to the daughters of hitler, a fantasy of the 40’s without foundation) is a very bad copy of Hitler’s escape (see website with copyrigth 1999 !! ) from Patrick Burnside and published in various editions and publishers from 2000 to 2004 in Spanish “El escape de Hitler”.

  5. Jeff says:

    Hi Jess…..This is unrelated to the post,but I’m including a link that you will find interesting,I hope.These guys tell it like it is.It will be interesting to see what they have to say about the death of Gadafhi…or however his name is spelled.I hope you find the website interesting.

    • quierosaber says:

      Thanks Jeff, appreciate it. A good source for news, too. Re Gaddafi (I like to spell it this way, easy to remember) – I really would like to hear a conclusive, blow-by-blow story on how the SOB got caught and how he died. Right now all big cable networks are giving conflicting stories. At least he died not having done much damage to their oil fields. That alone is big consolation. I sure envy that guy showing off a gold pistol presumably taken away from the fallen despot.

  6. Patrick says:

    Hmmm…an unsafe premise – that the not-Hitler Skull in moscow proves that Hitler escaped? Strange that Hitler’s JAWBONE….that WAS used un 1945 to confirm the dictator’s demise…has been confirmed by consulting forensic biologist Mark Benecke as being Hitler’s, something NOT mentioned in the book by the authors – relying on unproven points of departure from the historical record…an unknown escape tunnel from Hitler’s quarters in the Bunker; two uboats available for Hitler’s use that the authors claim that the British were unhappy with the evidence that the U.S. nay sank them, but instead there’s PLENTY of evidence as to their sinking and identify…?

    The authors have made a critical mistake that the Germans themselvs replicated MANY times during WWII; start with a premise, *then* interpret evidence in light of this premise as confirming it. The Luftwaffe did it in 1940 during the Battle of Britain…Hitler did it himself just before that, in his attempts to analyse the results of his various peave offers and psi-war ops after Dunkirk…and the whole FORTITUDE invasion deception plan was predicated on the Nazi’s mania regarding an invasion in the vicinity of Calais.

    They seem to forget that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”….and that evidence is very absent here.

  7. Jeff says:

    I just want to say to all that have responded to this post that you are all completely off target and in my opinion have no right to discuss what happened to Hitler.You should do your homework and research first before you attempt to give your opinion on the Hitler thing.The link that I have provided below will clear up all the confusion once and for all.

  8. Patrick says:

    SInce I last posted here, more issues with the book have come to light. Williams (and Dunstan) claim that one Heinrich Bethe, a veteran of the sinking of the Graf Spee and subsequent internee in Argentina, attended Hitler until his death…

    Unfortunately for the authors, particularly Williams who claimed on Amazon that the naval portions of the book were checked by an (unnamed) naval historian, and despite all the travelling the two authors supposedly did to South America – they didn’t choose to check Bethe’s Argentinian police file! Along with several others, he managed to escape internment in Argentina in 1940, and returend to Germany…and subsequently died on the Bismarck in May 1941!

    A major element of their fantasy of Hitler’s escape was the flight out of Germany, piloted by one Peter Baumgart – who swore as to his role in a Polish court some years later. Unfortunately, he ALSO stated that he flew FIRST to Magdeburg….

    By the time of Hitler’s supposed escape on the 29th of April 1945 – Magdeburg and its airfield had been in American hands for at least tens days! Williams countered on Amazon that there were of course MORE airfields around Magdeburg….which is quite true, but the WHOLE area of Lower Saxony right up to the river Elbe had been overrun *and pacified* by the Americans, particularly the 30th “Old Hickory” Division, by the 19th at the latest according to the division’s war diary!

    Unfortunately for the authors – if I remember correctly, the researcher who found this said it took him exactly SEVEN MINUTES to turn this conflicting evidence up on the internet!

    • quierosaber says:

      One thing sure, the Hitler story makes for a good reading and business for various authors. Thanks again for this informative pieces of history.

  9. Jeff says:

    It seems that there’s a lot of controversy over exactly what happened to Martin Bormann also.

  10. quierosaber says:

    That is true. Some say he was killed trying to escape crossing the Russian lines. Others say he committed suicide too. But, all these pales out with the persistent reports of sightings that he was in Argentina, Brazil and Chile. Considered the closest collaborator of Hilter and the most mysterious and sinister figure in the Third Reich, it is said that he was singled out not only to witness Hitler’s marriage to Eva Braun, but also to watched the Fuhrer commit suicide in the Chancellery bunker.

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