AwE130 Miscellaneous Clippings
Hitler in Patagonia (Argentina)
18 July 1945, Hitler arrives in Argentina together wit Eva Braun Hitler...
Hitler with his wife in Patagonia?! American newspapers received reports from Buenos Aires, saying that Hitler and Eva Braun, who had been stabbed in men's clothing, went ashore in Argentina and were hiding on an enormous German property in Patagonia.
Hitler escaped to the south pole
29 April 1947, Hitler and Eva lived in New Berchtesgaden in Antarctica.
In Buenos Aires the book is published entitled "Hitler is still alive". The book describes that the Fuhrer lives on a base in Antarctica, which was build by a German expedition of 1938. The book, written by Ladslao Noabo, tells how Hitler and Eva Braun went aboard a submarine on the Norwegian coast between 22 April and 2 May 1945 and were transported to the base, bearing the name of "New Berchtesgaden". Two submarines, who surrendered in an Argentinian port in July 1945, had escorted Hitler's submarine.
Hitler, Führer of the south pole
31 July 1945, Did Hitler hide on Queen Maud Island Antarctica.
The Argentinean magazine "La Critica" published a serious story, which is complete ridiculous. It is assumed that Hitler and Eva Braun escaped on a submarine and landed at "Queen Maud" island near the South Pole. The magazine believes that a second "Berchtesgaden" was built on that island during the German Antarctic expedition of 1938-1939. It also assumes that the submarines, which surrendered were part of a German convoy of submarines that had departed from German ports to Antarctica. Hitler, Führer of the South Pole, whoever offers the idea to a ridiculous story first gets the fame!
The rumors about Hitlers
14 July 1945, Many believe that Hitler is still alive.
London, 12 June 1945. (Anp-Aneta). there are stubborn rumors that Hitler is still alive, therfore the Manchester Guardian proposes to appoint an international committee to investigate, when Hitler was last seen in public and to search for witnesses. The reports about Hitler's fate are not conclusive and the Allies should not allow any doubt what so ever. Many in Germany and in the prisoner of war camps still believing that Hitler is not dead, and this fuels the Nazi network.
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