Declassified FBI Files
On July 29, 1945, an informant gave an interview to the Los Angeles Examiner about having been an eye witness to Hitler’s landing in Argentina. The story was not published.
A few weeks later, the informant went to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and provided them with information that two German submarines, one with Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun on board, landed along the tip of the Valdez peninsula in the Gulf of San Vatias in Argentina. The informant was one of the confirmed four men who had met the submarine and was paid $15,000 to assist Hitler’s party. He provided the information in exchange for political asylum in the USA. Copy of the declassified file can be found on the FBI website (with names and other identifiers blacked out):
The informant gave detailed directions to the villages that Hitler and his party had passed through, and provided physical description of the fuehrer. The information was so accurate, it was considered credible by some FBI agents.
Not only did the FBI have this information available to them, they also had testimonies from other eye witnesses who observed German U-530 submarines making landing on the Argentinean coast. Still, the FBI did not follow up on the leads and did not investigate. Instead, they kept the knowledge that Hitler was alive hidden, presumably so as not to compromise the suicide story.
In 1945, the US Naval Attaché in Buenos Aires informed Washington that there was a high probability that Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun had just arrived in Argentina. His report coincided accurately with the sightings of the U-530 subs.
Later, future US president, but then General Dwight D. Eisenhower told the Stars and Stripes newspaper that he believed there was the real possibility that Hitler lived safely and comfortably in Argentina.
Colonel W. J. Heimlich, Chief of U.S. Intelligence in Berlin, concluded:
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.
In his book Speaking Frankly (1947), 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.
In conclusion – the story of Hitler’s suicide and there being nothing left of him but a few bone fragments the Soviets took to Russia continues to be presented as a historical fact despite evidence to the contrary. Jewish propaganda portals, such as Wikipedia which is the encyclopedia of choice for many people nowadays, currently serves as the primary proponent and sustainer of the lie. While hard copy books could claim the evidence has not been available to them at the time of publishing, there is no excuse for an internet portal that can be updated in real time to purport the lie. The fact that they ignore this new evidence to maintain the lie proves that the portals serve propaganda objectives of their owners.