Two former US Secret Service members Have made a new investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Hitler and that they would deny the version that he committed suicide in Berlin with his wife Eva Braun on April 30, 1945, reports The Daily Express.
Bob Baer, a CIA exponent, and Tim Kennedy, a US military man who took part in the capture of al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, examined about 12,000 declassified documents on the issue. The details of his work are part of the more recent chapter of the documentary ‘Hunting Hitler’ of the Channel History Channel, which will be issued this week.
According to the study, information from the British Intelligence claims that the pilot of the Lufwaffe – the German air force during the Nazi period – Peter Baumgart was secretly ordered to take Hitler from Berlin a day before his alleged suicide. Likewise, there was evidence of an exit from his bunker to an area large enough to be used as an improvised take-off runway.
On the other hand, the experts suggest the existence of data on a military complex in Argentina where the Nazi leader could have arrived after escaping of Europe with the purpose of creating a Fourth Reich, idea sustained by the great number of members of the regime that arrived at the South American country after World War II.
The two researchers’ theory revolves around Hitler’s only remaining remnant – an alleged fragment of his lower jaw – accepted by historians as proof of his death in 1945 and apparently obtained by the Soviets that same year. In this regard, Baer says that such bone material, which is believed to preserve the Kremlin and has not undergone forensic studies, could be conclusive evidence. «There are no reliable live witnesses to confirm that they actually saw it [in South America]. On the other hand, there are Nazi communities in Argentina that simply refuse to speak,» he concludes.