Escape from the Bunker
by Harry Cooper
We are all taught that the Red Army surrounded Berlin and that, faced with
capture by the Soviet Union, Adolf Hitler and his new wife Eva Braun (Hitler)
committed suicide in the Führerbunker. Don't believe it - Josef Stalin knew
better as did most of the world leaders of the time - Stalin even made a great
fuss about Hitler's escape in statements he made in July of 1945 - more than two
months after the alleged suicide.
As you read through this book taken from the file of a Spanish spy who worked for the Reich and who saw Hitler and Eva Braun forcibly drugged and removed from the Führerbunker under orders of Martin Bormann, you will realize that Hitler's suicide was a well conceived escape plan by the man who desperately had to keep the Reich, and thereby Hitler, alive.....Martin Bormann. This book also contains photos of places Hitler lived in Argentina, interviews with people there and in Europe - FBI and OSS files clearly stating that they and the United States Government knew that Hitler did not die in Berlin.
The author is in possession of dozens of such FBI and OSS (CIA) documents showing that the U.S. Government was aware that Hitler escaped.
President Harry Truman asked Soviet leader Josef Stalin at the Potsdam
Conference in 1945 if Hitler was dead. Stalin simply said; "No!"
After a long and thorough investigation, Field Marshall Gregori Zhukov told Josef Stalin;
"We have found no corpse that could be Hitler's."
12 October 1945, General Bedell Smith, Eisenhower's Chief of Staff, said;
"No human being can say conclusively that Hitler is dead."
The Commanding General of the US Sector of Berlin, Major General Floyd Parks, stated for publication that he was present when Marshal Zhukov stated that Hitler might have escaped.
Thomas J. Dodd, the U.S. Chief Trial Counsel at Nürnberg, said;
"No one can say Hitler is dead."
Colonel W. J. Heimlich, Chief of U.S. Intelligence in Berlin, was in charge of determining what happened to Hitler and after a thorough investigation, he stated;
"There is no evidence beyond that of hearsay to support the theory of Hitler's suicide. On the basis of present evidence, no insurance company in America would pay a claim on Adolf Hitler."
Nürnberg Judge Michael Mussmanno wrote in his book 'Ten Days to Die' that;
"Russia must accept much of the blame that Hitler did not die in May 1945."
In his book 'Frankly Speaking', Secretary of State Jimmy Byrnes wrote;
"While in Potsdam at the conference of the Big Four, Stalin left his chair, came over and clicked his liquor glass with mine in a very friendly manner. I asked what was his theory about the death of Adolf Hitler and he replied - Hitler is not dead. He escaped either to Spain or Argentina."
The magazine Diario Illustrade of Santiago, Chile published an article on 18 January 1948 in which it reported on an incident at Templehof Airfield on 30 April 1945. The writer was friends with a gunner in a Ju 52 that had young SS troops for the defense of Berlin. He reported this;
“During this refueling operation he was suddenly elbowed in the ribs by his radio operator with a nod to look in a certain direction. At about 100 - 120 meters he saw a sleek ARADO AR 234. He and the radio operator saw, without any doubt whatsoever, standing in front of the jet, their Commander in Chief, Adolf Hitler dressed in field-grey uniform and gesticulating animatedly with some Party functionairres who were obviously seeing him off. For about ten minutes whilst their plane was being refueled the two men observed this scene and around 4:30pm they took to the air again. They were extremely astonished to hear during the midnight military news bulletin some seven and a half hours later, that Hitler had committed suicide."
An article published in August 1952 entitled 'Hitler did not die' was subtitled;
"Adolph (sic) Hitler's fake suicide in Berlin Bunker is now exposed as History's greatest hoax."
In 1952, US President Dwight Eisenhower said;
"We have been unable to unearth one bit of tangible evidence of Hitler's death."
Captain Robert Thew (ONI then NSA) flatly stated;
"We (the intelligence community) knew that Hitler did not commit suicide."