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Hitler Survived

Updated on March 3, 2013

Adolf Hitler

In Argentina
In Argentina

The Book

A new book being released claims that Adolf Hitler did not die in a bunker in Berlin in 1945.

The book claims that he survived and moved to Argentina that, at that time was sympathetic to the fascists.

The co-authors of the book claim that Hitler lived in Argentina raising two daughters until 1962.

British journalist and co-author of the book, Gerrard Williams claims that he and the other co-author Simon Dunstan, did not set out to re-write history but during their investigations they found the evidence too strong to ignore.

The book “Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler” is already being planned to be made into a movie, which is expected to be released in 2012.

Hitlers Skull


The authors claim that the book reveals proof that the skull, supposedly Hitler’s that is held by the Russians is in fact that of a young girl.

Williams claims that he and Dunstan carried out research in Argentina that included interviews with eyewitnesses to Hitler’s presence there, at least two that have subsequently received death threats. He also claims that they studied recently released forensic tests and documents. He claims that there is no forensic evidence indicating that either Hitler or his girlfriend Eva Braun, died in the bunker.

Nazi Technology


The book also claims that Hoover, Eisenhower and Stalin were aware of Hitler’s move to Argentina. Apparently they conspired to keep it secret in return for Germany’s technological secrets.

It is a well known fact that the Nazi’s were well advanced in rocket technology, is it possible that this is why Russia and the US were the first countries in space?

If Hitler was truly alive and well in Argentina, how many of his supporters were as well?

Were they able to continue their Reich business in secret there?

Do they hold any power behind the scenes, perhaps in fascist or white supremacy groups around the world?

As is often the case, will this act of secrecy eventually turn around to plague either the United States or Russia?

The authors of the book claim that they are not the first, to have come to these findings, yet earlier reports, have always seemed to be silenced. Why and by who?


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      John Siebelink 4 years ago

      Actually, I saw a study that the skull fragment was tested and it was discovered that it actually belonged to a young woman, not Hitler.

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      diogenes 6 years ago

      Quite! How do you think Diogenes survived all this time? And it's just as likely...Bob

      The fools are the people who buy this nonsense. More money than sense. Bob

      Not your fault however and voted up

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      point2make 6 years ago

      I believe this would be the 37th book published since 1980 that makes the same claims. The only evidence we have is eyewitness accounts from the people who were at the bunker the day Hitler committed suicide. We also have DNA testing of the skull fragments that the Russians claim is Hitler's skull. The DNA testing was "inconclusive" but that finding is a bit misleading. The DNA did show the bone fragments were almost certainly Hitler's but there was some degrading of the DNA and that is where the "inconclusive" findings come in.

      With this new book what you have is a retelling of a boring and tired conspiracy theory that Hitler escaped to Argentina where he lived out the rest of his life. The evidence is "eye witnesses" who claim to have seen him alive.

      Personally I choose to believe the bunker "eyewitnesses" over the Argentinian eyewitnesses and the "inconclusive" DNA tests. Hitler died at his own hand in 1945...there were more than 2 dozen witnesses and many of them survived the war. The problem with conspiracy theories is they never have to be proven. Some people will always believe in them rather than the truth or overwhelming evidence.

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      PETER LUMETTA 6 years ago from KENAI, ALAKSA

      A gauranteed way to make a lot of money selling books. True? Maybe, but a little more evidence is needed. A very interesting premise, Thanks,


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      WesternHistory 6 years ago from California

      This is an interesting book but it's doubtful that near the end Hitler had a means to escape Berlin. The real question then is how exactly did he escape and who has hard evidence that it actually occurred? It's an accepted fact that the German's were quite advanced in rocket science and several of their scientists did end up working for both the U.S. and the Soviet Union.