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by Simon Dunstan


DID Hitler-code name Grey wolf -really die in 1945? . Author, filmmaker, and photographer Simon Dunstan has written more than 50 books on military history, particularly on World War II and Vietnam.

DID Hitler-code name Grey wolf -really die in 1945? In a riveting scenario that has never been fully investigated until no. They include Fort Eben Emael: The Key to Hitler's Victory in the West (Osprey) and Centurion Universal Tank 1943-2003 (Osprey). He has also written and directed numerous documentaries for the History Channel.

When we were first presented with the idea for Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler, our initial reaction was to dismiss it as just another conspiracy theory. Everyone knows that Hitler and Eva Braun took their lives in the bunker to escape the humiliation and certain execution that awaited them. However, we agreed to give it serious consideration due to the stellar reputations of the authors, Simon Dunstan and Gerrard Williams.

Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler is a 2014 book by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan. The book was adapted as a drama documentary film directed and written by Gerrard Williams and produced by Magnus Peterson

Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler is a 2014 book by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan. The book was adapted as a drama documentary film directed and written by Gerrard Williams and produced by Magnus Peterson. The book and associated film were given extensive coverage in the British media

Grey wolf or did Adolf Hitler survive the War and escape to Argentina. There is no concrete forensic evidence that it was Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun who died in the Führerbunker-no eyewitness to the moment of death.

Grey wolf or did Adolf Hitler survive the War and escape to Argentina. We never wanted this story to be true. The famous Hitler Skull fragment held in Moscow for decades has finally been DNA-tested. It is that of a woman under the age of forty and it is not Eva Braun.

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Simon Dunstan, Gerrard Williams. That letter was dated Christmas 1917, when Dulles was twenty-four. He had reached Switzerland just in time. On November 11, 1942, the Germans retaliated for the halfhearted French resistance to the Allied landings in North Africa by occupying the remainder of France, previously ruled by Marshal Pétain’s Vichy government. Switzerland was now a vulnerable island, surrounded.

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Photograph from a CIA document showing a supposed ex-SS trooper and a man he alleged to be Hitler c. 1954. This theory of Hitler's flight to Argentina has been dismissed by historians, including Guy Walters. He has described Dunstan and Williams' theory as "rubbish", adding: "There's no substance to it at all. It appeals to the deluded fantasies of conspiracy theorists".

DID HITLER--CODE NAME “GREY WOLF”--REALLY DIE IN 1945?

Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler epub download

ISBN13: 978-1402781391

ISBN: 1402781393

Author: Simon Dunstan

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: Historical

Language: English

Publisher: Sterling; 1st Edition edition (October 4, 2011)

Pages: 384 pages

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Be advised: Long Review Ahead. If you can read 293 pages of Historical Reference, 1600 words won't hurt you.

This is a highly engaging 'information study and document analysis' right from the first page, even though you wouldn't expect it to be. Notice I didn't call it a story. This book is as detailed as the best books on the subject out there. From Shirer's Rise and Fall, Breitman's Architect of Genocide, about that chicken farmer turned fiend, Himmler to Edsel's Monuments Men and Saving Italy. You need to read this at face value and not concern yourself about what happened to Hitler … just yet, because that's only one small detail of the information. A sliver.

Many people think it's a myth that even one member of the Nazi Party made it to South America, despite their being numerous arrests of Nazi's including Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires and Kurt Scnellenkamp in Chile. Schnellenkamp was Hitlers day-to-day bodyguard. Schnellenkamp wasn't in the bunker on April 28th, or 30th, 1945. So there's that piece of uncomfortable factoid to have to answer. This subject for many is just too much to consider as it shatters decades of what the norm and narrative has been for almost 70 years. Also consider, that over 300,000 German Citizens immigrated to Argentina and Chile after 1945 in a giant mass exodus after the war. The data higlights omething very dark, and very undeniable. You keep asking why interested parties didn't take this more seriously at the time. Some did, but most were ready to move on.

Note: If you have a hard time with what I just presented in the above paragraph, you're likely going to have a hard time with this book and not give it fair consideration. The book is written like most deep-dive investigative journalism pieces you might read in one of the major newspapers. When the authors move over to speculate any scenario, they tell you as much and then Italicise the paragraph. The is done solely for the benefit of the reader. At any time you can flip to the back of the book and read the near 100 pages of footnotes, sources or other historical pinpoints.

The bulk of the first 75 pages cover the Nazi Finances like never before, and as a whole, while the first 130 pages of the book cover the War in detail. As a reader one might worry going through it that you're about to have the entire story of the war retold from beginning to end. But you're not. If you pay attention to the way the information is unfolded, and you have even an inkling of understanding of the money, the gold and the art, this book literally kicks the chair out from under you. The scary part of it is that everything is sourced, cited and double-checked. Every time I put this book down at night I just stared at the wall in the dark having to re-catagorize everything I thought I knew about the rise of the Reich and what happened to their assets post-war. We've always been told that history is written by the winners, but the truth is that it's written by those with the most money, regardless of who wins.

One of the first real truths that are challenged in this book is 'Why' America was reluctant to enter the War to begin with. Even though the question is never asked, the answer is detailed for you to realize on your own in the first 75 pages. And I think that's the point the writer's Williams and Dunstan intend for the reader. It becomes crystal clear that before December of 1941, the US economy was benefiting throughout the 1930's from Germany's economic growth. US Banks also benefited as well and was a factor in pulling the US out of the great depression. Several German companies were investing heavily in US companies on top of that. Ford, Ford-Werke, General Motors, IG Farben, Standard Oil ... as well as Dunlap and Royal Dutch Shield (BP) ... all were heavily invested in Germany's soaring growth. Historians and economists know this, common people ... yeah, not so much.

I suspect this wasn't highlighted as clearly for the reader because I don't believe the authors were ever targeting solely American readers, and the reception it would've received highlighting that the US's real reluctance in entering WWII was that Wall Street was banking on Germany being victorious and making them an Ally. While that's really a bit shocking for some to accept, the money trail is hard to dismiss. That said, to the US Banks at the time, this was just “ticker tape” in the moment. The Almighty Dollar as the saying goes. Also no one wanted to go through another market crash.

The last hundred, or 98 pages, deal with the subject matter of “if” Hitler escaped the bunker in Berlin. The information is taken directly from worldwide Intelligence sources, now declassified as well as interviews with existing govt agencies in various countries. In 1945, the Soviets thought he escaped and then began a propaganda campaign to throw off the allies with numerous endings of Hitler's Death and then reported his whereabouts in places where he was nowhere near. There was still a massive treasure unaccounted for. In May of 1945, after the world had learned that Hitler had apparently shot himself, Eisenhower, Truman, Churchill and Stalin all firmly believed that Hitler definitely escaped and thought he would make a run for it to Berchtesgaden. The belief that Hitler escaped the bunker was the prevalent thought at the time. Those are the standing historical facts to consider as you read this.

This book picks up where conventional thought shifted around 1948, after everyone was safely home and no longer wanted to think about what had happened, and so challenging the notion that there was an ending in Berlin. The book details what the Allied Intelligence Agencies compiled for just over two decades after the war. So you can honestly take it or leave it. But if you read it, you're likely not going to be giving this book one star. Just saying.
Coming away I have some very burning questions.

1. What happened to SS Lt. Col Helmut von Hummel?

He apparently lived to be 102 and died in 2012. That's long enough to laugh at every half-truth ever laid out to the public about the war and I really don't know which is worse. He also was the one person who was aware of every single piece of art that the Nazi's laid hands on. He also knew every piece of art Hitler kept near him, whether that was in Berlin, Berchtesgaden or even in South America. While Goring had a certain fetish for art, Hummel was likely the one person with a log book. I was a little surprised that there was only a slight mention of any of this. Part of trying to track some one down also includes searching for things you know they've owned or might have in there possession. I've would've done an exhaustive search of everything the documents had on this person.

2. To note, Hitler had a collection of Arnold Bocklin paintings in his possession (and a few others like the Anton Graff portrait) which most were never recovered. If they find these paintings in Chile, Paraguay or even Argentina, you will get closer to his last known whereabouts than before. Hummel and this art just feel like a few stones that were left unturned.

3. After May of 1945 there was approximately $5 Billion in Nazi Gold and treasure. All unaccounted for. This is mentioned in several places throughout this book and many others, but it just seems like the most obvious thing would be to investigate. The money and the art and the gold is where you'll find all the answers. Accounting audits often bear out the same kind of results.

On a final note, as someone who always scans the reviews of books I read, I noticed quite a few one star reviews with very little sustenance backing their suggested claim. Having read this book carefully, I'm convinced many of the 1 star reviews are from people who actually never read the book or who were hoping for some type of murder-mystery narrative and who put the book down in the first 30 pages. It's dense, and there's no way around it. Reading this book is like reading an actual textbook and while I think some people could come away with a negative opinion, not many have elucidated even slightly 'why' and thus I find their claims of 1 star more dubious than these authors claims of Hitler's possible post-War whereabouts. This book will age better than most I suspect and I've read numerous historical books of this nature that haven't. Time out's information and even in 2018, they still have a cache of documents still not released.

About my actual copy of Grey Wolf:

Interestingly enough, my copy was heavily underlined and had copious footnotes. Names were circled and it struck me that I likely had an advance review copy or a copy someone had created a project from using their notes. On the last page there was a signature “JO” (?) and the date 11.20.11 I'm unsure what it all means, but it was interesting to see these notes from the previous reader.

Also, the book is listed online as 352 pages, which is a bit misleading as you'll finish reading at page 293. I only mention this because if you use a reader progress tracker as you read it, like Goodreads, it won't reflect accurately.
GoodLike
Be advised: Long Review Ahead. If you can read 293 pages of Historical Reference, 1600 words won't hurt you.

This is a highly engaging 'information study and document analysis' right from the first page, even though you wouldn't expect it to be. Notice I didn't call it a story. This book is as detailed as the best books on the subject out there. From Shirer's Rise and Fall, Breitman's Architect of Genocide, about that chicken farmer turned fiend, Himmler to Edsel's Monuments Men and Saving Italy. You need to read this at face value and not concern yourself about what happened to Hitler … just yet, because that's only one small detail of the information. A sliver.

Many people think it's a myth that even one member of the Nazi Party made it to South America, despite their being numerous arrests of Nazi's including Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires and Kurt Scnellenkamp in Chile. Schnellenkamp was Hitlers day-to-day bodyguard. Schnellenkamp wasn't in the bunker on April 28th, or 30th, 1945. So there's that piece of uncomfortable factoid to have to answer. This subject for many is just too much to consider as it shatters decades of what the norm and narrative has been for almost 70 years. Also consider, that over 300,000 German Citizens immigrated to Argentina and Chile after 1945 in a giant mass exodus after the war. The data higlights omething very dark, and very undeniable. You keep asking why interested parties didn't take this more seriously at the time. Some did, but most were ready to move on.

Note: If you have a hard time with what I just presented in the above paragraph, you're likely going to have a hard time with this book and not give it fair consideration. The book is written like most deep-dive investigative journalism pieces you might read in one of the major newspapers. When the authors move over to speculate any scenario, they tell you as much and then Italicise the paragraph. The is done solely for the benefit of the reader. At any time you can flip to the back of the book and read the near 100 pages of footnotes, sources or other historical pinpoints.

The bulk of the first 75 pages cover the Nazi Finances like never before, and as a whole, while the first 130 pages of the book cover the War in detail. As a reader one might worry going through it that you're about to have the entire story of the war retold from beginning to end. But you're not. If you pay attention to the way the information is unfolded, and you have even an inkling of understanding of the money, the gold and the art, this book literally kicks the chair out from under you. The scary part of it is that everything is sourced, cited and double-checked. Every time I put this book down at night I just stared at the wall in the dark having to re-catagorize everything I thought I knew about the rise of the Reich and what happened to their assets post-war. We've always been told that history is written by the winners, but the truth is that it's written by those with the most money, regardless of who wins.

One of the first real truths that are challenged in this book is 'Why' America was reluctant to enter the War to begin with. Even though the question is never asked, the answer is detailed for you to realize on your own in the first 75 pages. And I think that's the point the writer's Williams and Dunstan intend for the reader. It becomes crystal clear that before December of 1941, the US economy was benefiting throughout the 1930's from Germany's economic growth. US Banks also benefited as well and was a factor in pulling the US out of the great depression. Several German companies were investing heavily in US companies on top of that. Ford, Ford-Werke, General Motors, IG Farben, Standard Oil ... as well as Dunlap and Royal Dutch Shield (BP) ... all were heavily invested in Germany's soaring growth. Historians and economists know this, common people ... yeah, not so much.

I suspect this wasn't highlighted as clearly for the reader because I don't believe the authors were ever targeting solely American readers, and the reception it would've received highlighting that the US's real reluctance in entering WWII was that Wall Street was banking on Germany being victorious and making them an Ally. While that's really a bit shocking for some to accept, the money trail is hard to dismiss. That said, to the US Banks at the time, this was just “ticker tape” in the moment. The Almighty Dollar as the saying goes. Also no one wanted to go through another market crash.

The last hundred, or 98 pages, deal with the subject matter of “if” Hitler escaped the bunker in Berlin. The information is taken directly from worldwide Intelligence sources, now declassified as well as interviews with existing govt agencies in various countries. In 1945, the Soviets thought he escaped and then began a propaganda campaign to throw off the allies with numerous endings of Hitler's Death and then reported his whereabouts in places where he was nowhere near. There was still a massive treasure unaccounted for. In May of 1945, after the world had learned that Hitler had apparently shot himself, Eisenhower, Truman, Churchill and Stalin all firmly believed that Hitler definitely escaped and thought he would make a run for it to Berchtesgaden. The belief that Hitler escaped the bunker was the prevalent thought at the time. Those are the standing historical facts to consider as you read this.

This book picks up where conventional thought shifted around 1948, after everyone was safely home and no longer wanted to think about what had happened, and so challenging the notion that there was an ending in Berlin. The book details what the Allied Intelligence Agencies compiled for just over two decades after the war. So you can honestly take it or leave it. But if you read it, you're likely not going to be giving this book one star. Just saying.
Coming away I have some very burning questions.

1. What happened to SS Lt. Col Helmut von Hummel?

He apparently lived to be 102 and died in 2012. That's long enough to laugh at every half-truth ever laid out to the public about the war and I really don't know which is worse. He also was the one person who was aware of every single piece of art that the Nazi's laid hands on. He also knew every piece of art Hitler kept near him, whether that was in Berlin, Berchtesgaden or even in South America. While Goring had a certain fetish for art, Hummel was likely the one person with a log book. I was a little surprised that there was only a slight mention of any of this. Part of trying to track some one down also includes searching for things you know they've owned or might have in there possession. I've would've done an exhaustive search of everything the documents had on this person.

2. To note, Hitler had a collection of Arnold Bocklin paintings in his possession (and a few others like the Anton Graff portrait) which most were never recovered. If they find these paintings in Chile, Paraguay or even Argentina, you will get closer to his last known whereabouts than before. Hummel and this art just feel like a few stones that were left unturned.

3. After May of 1945 there was approximately $5 Billion in Nazi Gold and treasure. All unaccounted for. This is mentioned in several places throughout this book and many others, but it just seems like the most obvious thing would be to investigate. The money and the art and the gold is where you'll find all the answers. Accounting audits often bear out the same kind of results.

On a final note, as someone who always scans the reviews of books I read, I noticed quite a few one star reviews with very little sustenance backing their suggested claim. Having read this book carefully, I'm convinced many of the 1 star reviews are from people who actually never read the book or who were hoping for some type of murder-mystery narrative and who put the book down in the first 30 pages. It's dense, and there's no way around it. Reading this book is like reading an actual textbook and while I think some people could come away with a negative opinion, not many have elucidated even slightly 'why' and thus I find their claims of 1 star more dubious than these authors claims of Hitler's possible post-War whereabouts. This book will age better than most I suspect and I've read numerous historical books of this nature that haven't. Time out's information and even in 2018, they still have a cache of documents still not released.

About my actual copy of Grey Wolf:

Interestingly enough, my copy was heavily underlined and had copious footnotes. Names were circled and it struck me that I likely had an advance review copy or a copy someone had created a project from using their notes. On the last page there was a signature “JO” (?) and the date 11.20.11 I'm unsure what it all means, but it was interesting to see these notes from the previous reader.

Also, the book is listed online as 352 pages, which is a bit misleading as you'll finish reading at page 293. I only mention this because if you use a reader progress tracker as you read it, like Goodreads, it won't reflect accurately.
Virn
There is a singular problem with reading Grey Wolf and that is whether the reader already believes he or she knows all there is to know about World War II and Adolph Hitler, or, if the reader has an open mind. Without the later, I would not encourage you to read this book unless of course you are looking for evidence to support your belief that you already know everything to be true as you know it.

I am NOT an expert on WWII or Hitler. I have been fascinated by both because it is so hard for me to understand how one person could do to another what the entire nations of Russia, Germany and Japan and to some extent Italy did to other people. In the end, over 50,000,000 people (that’s MILLION) died because of WWII and the leaders of these nations. Obviously that number includes people of the Allied nations as well, both military and civilians BUT does not include people of all nations who were wounded.

When I read this book, I was compelled to continue reading it and found it difficult to put down. The book reads like a novel and some readers may claim it to be a novel. I found it to read more like an extremely detailed history book of WWII and then of what may or may not have happened to Adolph Hitler. I found it very well documented as to the history of the War up until what most believe to be the death of Hitler in the bunker. Since my elementary school days of the 50s I was taught that Hitler committed suicide in the bunker and his body was burned. Since then there have been numerous documentary TV shows and books that have indicated that there has NEVER been any forensic evidence proving that the two bodies found outside the bunker to be Hitler and Braun as originally claimed. The fact that Stalin, Churchill and Eisenhower all said they did not believe Hitler died in the bunker and that governments continued to search for Hitler has always left me doubtfil about the “story” of Hitler’s death as it was taught.

As said, if you read the book with an open mind and follow the details, you, like the authors, may come to the same conclusion that it was MORE plausible that Hitler did in fact escape the bunker and did go to Argentina as described in the book. It is difficult to come away with a different conclusion yet I am certain others will read the same book and will come to a different conclusion. I am just not sure why. I came away with the belief that there is more evidence in the book confirming the two author’s conclusions than the lack of evidence that support the more famous history books written shortly after the war and taught in my elementary and junior high schools’ history classes.

There was one UNBELIEVABLE paragraph in the book regarding the number of trains and the number of train cars that were used to transport the TONNAGE of the wealth of millions of people whose belongings were confiscated by Germany that were required to ship it back into Germany; it was beyond my comprehension. That is NOT meant to suggest the information was not true just my ability to actually comprehend the numbers because they were so HUGE.

If History does repeat itself, then everyone should read this book if for no other reason than to read about the history of WWII. No one should ever want to see that repeated. Still, in 2018, there is fighting around the world that evidence of the lessons of WWII have never been learned or they have been forgotten. People want to be free. Other people want to control power over those who want to be free and are prepared to take that power through violent behavior. Grey Wolf is about those types of people, that amount of power AND about the “spoils of war” that when you read the numbers, if you are like me, they WILL BE over our collective heads. Frankly I had never thought about the billions of dollars of personal property that changed hands during and after the war.

Who should read this book? I would first recommend it to anyone with an open mind but actually there is no one that I would suggest should not read it over the age of 10 or 12. Would I buy the book as a gift? Actually yes but only for a select few people that might be interested in history. Would I read it again? Probably not in its entirety but certainly parts of it.
Virn
There is a singular problem with reading Grey Wolf and that is whether the reader already believes he or she knows all there is to know about World War II and Adolph Hitler, or, if the reader has an open mind. Without the later, I would not encourage you to read this book unless of course you are looking for evidence to support your belief that you already know everything to be true as you know it.

I am NOT an expert on WWII or Hitler. I have been fascinated by both because it is so hard for me to understand how one person could do to another what the entire nations of Russia, Germany and Japan and to some extent Italy did to other people. In the end, over 50,000,000 people (that’s MILLION) died because of WWII and the leaders of these nations. Obviously that number includes people of the Allied nations as well, both military and civilians BUT does not include people of all nations who were wounded.

When I read this book, I was compelled to continue reading it and found it difficult to put down. The book reads like a novel and some readers may claim it to be a novel. I found it to read more like an extremely detailed history book of WWII and then of what may or may not have happened to Adolph Hitler. I found it very well documented as to the history of the War up until what most believe to be the death of Hitler in the bunker. Since my elementary school days of the 50s I was taught that Hitler committed suicide in the bunker and his body was burned. Since then there have been numerous documentary TV shows and books that have indicated that there has NEVER been any forensic evidence proving that the two bodies found outside the bunker to be Hitler and Braun as originally claimed. The fact that Stalin, Churchill and Eisenhower all said they did not believe Hitler died in the bunker and that governments continued to search for Hitler has always left me doubtfil about the “story” of Hitler’s death as it was taught.

As said, if you read the book with an open mind and follow the details, you, like the authors, may come to the same conclusion that it was MORE plausible that Hitler did in fact escape the bunker and did go to Argentina as described in the book. It is difficult to come away with a different conclusion yet I am certain others will read the same book and will come to a different conclusion. I am just not sure why. I came away with the belief that there is more evidence in the book confirming the two author’s conclusions than the lack of evidence that support the more famous history books written shortly after the war and taught in my elementary and junior high schools’ history classes.

There was one UNBELIEVABLE paragraph in the book regarding the number of trains and the number of train cars that were used to transport the TONNAGE of the wealth of millions of people whose belongings were confiscated by Germany that were required to ship it back into Germany; it was beyond my comprehension. That is NOT meant to suggest the information was not true just my ability to actually comprehend the numbers because they were so HUGE.

If History does repeat itself, then everyone should read this book if for no other reason than to read about the history of WWII. No one should ever want to see that repeated. Still, in 2018, there is fighting around the world that evidence of the lessons of WWII have never been learned or they have been forgotten. People want to be free. Other people want to control power over those who want to be free and are prepared to take that power through violent behavior. Grey Wolf is about those types of people, that amount of power AND about the “spoils of war” that when you read the numbers, if you are like me, they WILL BE over our collective heads. Frankly I had never thought about the billions of dollars of personal property that changed hands during and after the war.

Who should read this book? I would first recommend it to anyone with an open mind but actually there is no one that I would suggest should not read it over the age of 10 or 12. Would I buy the book as a gift? Actually yes but only for a select few people that might be interested in history. Would I read it again? Probably not in its entirety but certainly parts of it.
Pruster
I saw an episode on the Military History Channel about this incident and bough the book. It was only $6 so no loss if bad. I was very mistaken. . the first 2/3 of the book is dedicated to the background of Martin Bormann's activities in financing the escape plot and how the industrial barons of the world willfully supported Hitler and Germany in their change from the pathetic Weimar Republic to Nazi Germany! The profits were huge and many US industrial giants couldn't resist huge profits! The whole scheme seems fantastic but in the book it is run out in such detail that it gives the possibility credence to the project! We are so determined to find a guilty party to everything we must have someone to blame while we allow our allies to do worse! Stalin was exterminating people in larger numbers than Hitler but we ignored it! If Hitler and Stalin had joined together, we may be speaking Russian or German!! Even if this book is fantasy and Hitler and Eva died in the bunker. The multiple observed sightings could be of their doubles, kept out there to try and raise the Swastika once again but failed due to death and lack of will. Still a good read!
Pruster
I saw an episode on the Military History Channel about this incident and bough the book. It was only $6 so no loss if bad. I was very mistaken. . the first 2/3 of the book is dedicated to the background of Martin Bormann's activities in financing the escape plot and how the industrial barons of the world willfully supported Hitler and Germany in their change from the pathetic Weimar Republic to Nazi Germany! The profits were huge and many US industrial giants couldn't resist huge profits! The whole scheme seems fantastic but in the book it is run out in such detail that it gives the possibility credence to the project! We are so determined to find a guilty party to everything we must have someone to blame while we allow our allies to do worse! Stalin was exterminating people in larger numbers than Hitler but we ignored it! If Hitler and Stalin had joined together, we may be speaking Russian or German!! Even if this book is fantasy and Hitler and Eva died in the bunker. The multiple observed sightings could be of their doubles, kept out there to try and raise the Swastika once again but failed due to death and lack of will. Still a good read!
Nuliax
I could not put down and highly recommended reading Grey Wolf, it explores the strong possibility and extremely troubling prospect that Adolf Hitler escaped the bunker in Berlin at the end of WWII and lived peacefully in South America until 1962. There is more evidence to support this than there is that he died in Berlin in 1945. Another incredible part of this book details the escape of Martin Bormann and has quotes from video recorded testimony from an English officer that the British government let him escape to Argentina after the war with the help of the Vatican in Rome.
Nuliax
I could not put down and highly recommended reading Grey Wolf, it explores the strong possibility and extremely troubling prospect that Adolf Hitler escaped the bunker in Berlin at the end of WWII and lived peacefully in South America until 1962. There is more evidence to support this than there is that he died in Berlin in 1945. Another incredible part of this book details the escape of Martin Bormann and has quotes from video recorded testimony from an English officer that the British government let him escape to Argentina after the war with the help of the Vatican in Rome.