New Book Claims Hitler Died Old in South America
A new non-fiction book claims that Hitler was secretly escorted from Germany in 1945 to Argentina
‘Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler’, a new book written by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan, claims that the Nazi leader did not kill himself as believed, but instead ended his life as an old man in Argentina. The authors were not planning on publishing this information, but discovered such an overwhelming amount of evidence that they believed their research should be released publically.
Historians up until this point agree that Hitler claimed his own life in his Berlin bunker in 1945, but British journalist Williams explains that their research including newly de-classified documents and forensic tests, says otherwise.
“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 told Sky News.
“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,” he said.
In ‘Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler’, it is explained that Hitler and Eva Braun were secretly escorted out of Germany in April 1945 and taken to Argentina. The book claims that Hitler lived there for 17 years, raising his two daughters, until he passed away in 1962.
The non-fiction book also accuses the US government of being involved in this scam in exchange for access to Nazi war technology.
“Stalin, Eisenhower and Hoover of the FBI all knew there was no proof of him dying in the bunker,” Williams continued.
Williams also told Sky News that the skull fragments believed to be Hitler’s currently held by the Russians is actually that of a young woman.