Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler
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However, the premise that Adolf Hitler managed to escape to Argentina through the machinations of Martin Bormann is interesting. Adolf Hitler really is dead: scientific study debunks conspiracy theories that he escaped to South America". As early as 1943, American journalist Drew Pearson was reporting in the popular press that Germany was building a remote postwar hideout for exiled Nazis in the remote regions of south Argentina. Ebooks fulfilled through Glose cannot be printed, downloaded as PDF, or read in other digital readers (like Kindle or Nook).
During that time he has covered some of the most significant political events of the late twentieth century, including the wars in the Persian Gulf, Rwanda, and Bosnia, as well as the 2004 tsunami in the Indian Ocean. Stories of the Vatican, German, Swiss, American and Latin American banking and industrial interests, diplomats, sketchy characters, backstabbing senior Nazis jockeying for wealth and influence and power -- all colluding to funnel hundreds of billions of dollars out of Germany to ensure the postwar security of a cadre of fleeing Nazi rats. The book's subject is of course about Adolf Hitler, but it is Martin Bormann who takes centre stage as we read of his plans and the execution for Hitler's escape and relocation to Argentina. Perhaps it's best to quote the late, great Carl Sagan - "extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence". As late as 1952, Eisenhower declared: "We have been unable to unearth one bit of tangible evidence of Hitler's death.
As late as 1952, Eisenhower declared: “We have been unable to unearth one bit of tangible evidence of Hitler's death. In reflecting and refracting the fantasies and absurdities, dark secrets and blatant cruelties by which American racism invents and maintains itself, Youn counters our brutal imagination with flammable, superior dreams. Actually, it wasn’t the skull the Soviets used to identify Hitler – it was a jaw fragment found near it – which is a point completely missed by the authors, for who knows what reasons of their own. Pravda" "I thought the book was hugely thought-provoking and explores some of the untold, murky loose ends of World War Two. Little supporting evidence is given for most of them until much later in the book at which point they do contain a certain playsibility.
Clearly lots of unusual events did take place in Argentina, but i do find it hard to believe Hitler would leave Germany and live a quiet life in exile. As the recent NSA revelations prove, yet again, citizens who give their governments a few inches should not be surprised that miles and miles are taken instead.I thought the book was hugely thought-provoking and explores some of the untold, murky loose ends of World War Two. That is NOT meant to suggest the information was not true just my ability to actually comprehend the numbers because they were so HUGE. com Describes a ghastly pantomime played out in the names of the Fuhrer and the woman who had been his mistress.