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Adolf Hitler Died In A Cushy Argentina Hotel In 1965, According To New Documentary

Adolf Hitler died in 1965

You remember how Adolf Hitler committed suicide alongside Eva Braun at the Führerbunker right at the tail end of WWII in Europe? Yeah, that didn’t happen. A new documentary suggests that Germany’s most infamous political figure actually died in a luxurious hotel in Argentina in 1965.

It’s not an entirely new theory (in fact, it pops up every couple of years, as evidenced by The Sun), but director/producer Noam Shalev and researcher Pablo Weschler argue in their upcoming documentary Hitler in Argentina that there’s considerable evidence that suggests Adolf Hitler managed to escape Nazi Germany at the end of WWII and live the remainder of his life quietly in South America.

“We will never know the truth,” says Shalev. “But there is enough evidence to build an alternative theory about what happened to Hitler.”

“No one believed the Russians’ story of Hitler’s suicide in the bunker,” Weschler adds. “As early as the summer of 1945, there were headlines asking, ‘Where is Hitler?’ all over the world.”

Recently declassified FBI documents formed the basis of the new documentary, reports Mediaite. Both Shalev and Weschler didn’t buy British intelligence officer and historian Hugh Trevor-Roper’s investigation into Hitler’s death, believing it to be “unprofessional.”

“In those days, the FBI, not the CIA, was responsible for South America,” says Weschler. “And in declassified documents, we see that the FBI took very seriously the possibility that Hitler fled to Argentina.”

The FBI even opened an investigation into the theory, lending it some credence. Pulling from the investigation, both Shalev and Weschler believe that one can reasonably conclude that Hitler died in Argentina in 1965.

“The Eden Hotel in La Falda, Cordoba [in Argentina] was owned by Ida and Walter Eichhorn, who were close friends of Hitler,” Weschler explains. “Hitler sent them a Mercedes Benz as a gift. It was the first Benz in Argentina.”

The silver bullet in the documentary revolves around DNA testing of Hitler’s skull fragments performed in 2009.

“They showed that they couldn’t have been Hitler’s skull because they were from a woman under 40,” Weschler says. “The more you look into it, the less credible the official version becomes, and the more plausible an alternative theory seems.”

What do you think? Could Adolf Hitler have died in Argentina in 1965?

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13 Responses to “Adolf Hitler Died In A Cushy Argentina Hotel In 1965, According To New Documentary”

  1. Anonymous

    Could Hitler have survived? Not for long, not with the drugs that ruled his last 105 days in the bunker.

  2. Bernhard Rosenberg

    But the skull fragment the Russians dug up outside the Führerbunker in 1946 could never have belonged to Hitler. The skull DNA was incontestably female.

  3. Pat Robbe

    Of course he could have survived and fled to Argentina! Back in those days, people could easily hide, there was no high technology, communications, etc. that would have helped anyone find him quickly. Different story today, as there is no privacy anywhere anymore! I also believe that people like Hitler (and other dictators) love themselves way too much to kill themselves.

  4. Patrick Grant

    They never found a. recognizable body. The odds were it was a Decoy and he had a way out. Intelligent people would have been shocked if it was him at the bunker.

  5. Alegria Painting

    Very true….. Bin Laden hid for how long? and with all the technology so Hitler in Argentina is very possible, I was in Bariloche and its very German like with many German families….

  6. Steve Jankowski

    Well how long did it take for find Osama Bin Laden? You can hide today also, especially if you have the kinda money he had, glad he's dead.

  7. Pat Robbe

    I hear ya. Why did he get dumped in the sea? I mean…really? There is no proof to us that he was killed.