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The FBI has declassified testimony about Hitler’s flight to Argentina

MOSCOW, Apr 23 – RIA News. The Federal Bureau of Investigation declassified documents on the “escape” of Adolf Hitler to Argentina in 1945.

According to published materials, one of the FBI officers said that the head of the Third Reich on a submarine reached South America, and six high-ranking Argentine officials provided him with shelter – a ranch in the southern Andes.
Declassified FBI documents on the investigation of the version of Adolf Hitler’s flight to Argentina
It is noted that the information reached the FBI Director Edgar Hoover, but the bureau’s management found them “incomplete” and decided that it was impossible to continue the search for Hitler based on this information.
The first report is dated September 21, 1945. According to the official version, Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945.
Declassified FBI documents on the investigation of the version of Adolf Hitler’s flight to Argentina
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