Fbi Declassifies Hitler Documents

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Here is a wealth of information from the FBI archives that purports to say Hitler lived out his final days in Argentina.  Feel free to comment :-)

https://vault.fbi.gov/adolf-hitler/adolf-hitler-part-01-of-04

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some Philippine people I met/know (actually  4 ) claim that MARCOS is still alive and did not die in Hawaii

and these people are the "upper class" 

so who can be right or wrong?

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That is one hell of a range for a submarine in 1945, when German vessels were blacklisted or banned from every  port in the world.

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That is one hell of a range for a submarine in 1945

 

Check out the story of U 977:

 

The boat left Kristiansand, Norway on 2 May, 1945 for a combat patrol in the English Channel. When Germany surrendered a few days later the boat was outbound in Norwegian waters. After deciding to head for Argentina Schäffer gave the married men on board the chance to go to shore. Roughly a third of the crew, 16 men, opted for the shore and were put on land on 10 May near Holsenöy in dinghies. They all ended up in British hands. U-977 then sailed for Argentina; from May 10 to July 14 the voyage was a 66-day continuous submerged Schnorchel run, the second longest in the war (after U-978's 68 days). 

 

 

Or check out U234 whose only mission was the attempted delivery of uranium oxide and German advanced weapons technology to the Empire of Japan

Range: 18,450 nautical miles (34,170 km; 21,230 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced
93 nmi (172 km; 107 mi) at 4 knots (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged
 
But it was U 530 that was said to drop off Hitler and it actually did surrender to Argentina:
 
U-530 did not initially surrender at war's end, as ordered by Admiral Dönitz; instead the crew headed for Argentina and ultimately surrendered to the Argentine Navy on 10 July 1945 at Mar del Plata.
 
Her captain, Oberleutnant Otto Wermuth, had decided to surrender at Mar del Plata. He did not explain why it had taken him more than two months to reach there, nor why the submarine had jettisoned its deck gun, or why the crew carried no identification, nor what had happened to the ship's log.
 
The unexpected arrival of U-530 started many rumors. Brazilian Admiral Jorge Dodsworth Martins said he believed that U-530 could have sunk the cruiser Bahia, while Admiral Dudal Teixeira, also a Brazilian, believed that U-530 had come from Japan. An Argentine reporter claimed that he had seen a Buenos Aires provincial police report to the effect that a strange submarine had surfaced off the lower Argentine coast and had landed a high-ranking officer and a civilian who might have been Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun in disguise

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_submarine_U-530

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:hystery:  With a little modification Who Knows? post-2148-0-99454400-1434941926_thumb.jp

 

Jp :thumbsup:

 

 

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It's pretty common knowledge quite a few high ranking Nazis made it to Argentina.

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