A NEW book claims that Nazi leader Adolf Hitler did not kill himself in Berlin in 1945, but actually ended his days in Argentina.
British journalist Gerrard Williams told Sky News today he and co-author Simon Dunstan found an “overwhelming amount of evidence” to suggest Hitler died an old man in South America.
Most historians say the Nazi leader died in his Berlin bunker in 1945, but Williams claims their research, looking at newly declassified documents and forensic tests, challenges this.
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The thought of Hitler escaping from Nazi-Germany during the last days of World War 2 isn’t a new one. This theory has been going around for decades, heck, even The Simpsons made a joke about this in the episode “Bart vs. Australia”.
The authors claim to have hard evidence to back up their claim and it will be interesting to see what other historians and experts have to say about it when the book is out.