FBI Ignored Hitler’s Post-War Life

David Richards — henrymakow.com March 17, 2014

A recently declassified document reveals that the FBI knew Hitler had not committed suicide and was living in Argentina. The document can be found on the FBI’s own website.
The report presents testimony of an informant who approached the FBI in Los Angeleson  August 28, 1945 with information on Hitler in exchange for asylum. He said he was given $15,000 for his role in Hitler’s escape.
The documents states, ‘████ claimed to be one of four men who met Hitler and his party of about 50 when they landed from two submarines in Argentina approximately two and a half weeks after the fall of Berlin May 2,1945.’
‘████ explained that the subs landed along the tip of the Valdez peninsula in the Gulf of San Vatias. ████ told ████ that there are several tiny villages in this area where members of Hitler’s party would eventually stay with German families. He named the towns as San Antonia, Videma, Neuquen, Muster, Carmena, and Rason.’
He describes a surreal scene of top Nazis’ climbing the Andes Mountains on horseback:
‘By pre-arranged plan with six top Argentine officials, pack horses were waiting for the group and by daylight all supplies were loaded on the horses and an all-day trip inland toward the foothills of the southern Andes was started. At dusk the party arrived at the ranch where Hitler and his party, according to ████, are now in hiding.’ This part is not credible since it is more than 500 km from the coast to the Andes.
He gave specific physical details about Hitler. ‘According to ████, Hitler is suffering from asthma and ulcers, has shaved off his mustache and has a long “but” on his upper lip.’
He offered to identify the three other men who assisted him, and to locate Hitler.  ‘If you go to a hotel in San Antonia, Argentina, I will arrange for a man to meet you there and locate the ranch where Hitler is.’
The FBI never took up his offer.


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