You just think of the most tyrannical leaders of all time, and the name which pops up is Hitler! Indeed Adolf Hitler. Immense research and analysis have gone into the various aspects of his life. And definitely there is still a lot, which needs to be found out. So, while there are those who believe that Hitler did commit suicide in Germany on April 30, 1945, there are many more who cannot believe it.
The latter inculcates Former CIA operative Bob Baer and Tim Kennedy. These are the US Special Forces Sergeant. It was them, who were involved in the capture of Osama Bin Laden and Abul al-Zarqawi.
- They have analyzed more than 14,000 unclassified documents.
- A document from British Intelligence claims that Hitler was flown out of the German capital, pursued by Luftwaffe pilot, Captain Peter Baumgart, one day shy of the suicide day.
- The pair could also find an unknown fifth exit from the bunker. This was so large that it could be having turned into a temporary runway.
- Another document which revealed an SS officer had once claimed that he saw Hitler in Denmark. This is attributed to the sometime before he was changing planes to reach the final destination.
- There is also the evidence that in Argentina, there was found a military style compound, where it was probable that Hitler stayed there, after his arrival.
In accordance with Baer, the leader had all the plants to fabricate another empire, which would have been centered on the South American country.
In fact, Baer also pointed out the imperative fact that many Nazis did arrive in Argentina post the Second World War. And yet again, there are proofs that a Nazi physicist was pursuing a test of explosive devices at a nuclear facility.
Then, there is another piece of evidence, which was actually very much present post the time Adolf Hitler and his spouse committed suicide. It was their bodies. The only reminiscent of Hitler, which has been accepted by the historians, is a piece of lower jaw bone. It had been said to be held by the Kremlin.
In consonance with the Russian Army, after the death of the tyrannical leader, the dead body of him and his spouse Braun were wrapped in blankets. They were then, carried to the garden outside the bunker. Then, it was placed in a bomb crater, drenched with petrol and set fire to.
In May, 1945 a Russian forensics team did dug up the place. This is what the team found:-
- A part of the skull was not found- may be due to the suicide shot.
- The piece of jaw did match with his dental records back then.
- He had just one testicle.
The world does not know, that the corpse that was believed to be of Hitler, was buried in Magdeburg, East Germany. However, in the year 1970 KGB dug it up, cremated it and as for the ashes they were scattered in a river.
As Baer has put up, it is only the lower jaw fragments that remains, which can answer some question. However, for the same to be pursued Russia has to release it for forensic studies.