Escaping Hitler s Bunker

Equally, what became of those who escaped, where did they go, and what happened to those who did not get away? All of these questions are answered in this book.

Escaping Hitler s Bunker

As the Soviet troops fought their way ever closer to the Reich Chancellery in the final days of the Third Reich, deep underground in Hitler’s bunker fateful decisions were being made. Hitler and some of those closest to him resolved to commit suicide, whilst others sought to try and escape. But who did manage to slip past the Russian soldiers and reach freedom? How did they escape, and what routes did they take through the ruined streets of Berlin? Equally, what became of those who escaped, where did they go, and what happened to those who did not get away? All of these questions are answered in this book. Following years of research in Berlin, the author has been able to identify the various groups and individuals that left the bunker and has traced the paths taken by those who escaped and those that perished. The final days in Hitler’s bunker are revealed in atmospheric detail, as the Red Army closed in and the inevitable end loomed menacingly nearer with the passing of every hour. Many notable persons, such as Bormann, Speer, Göring and Hanna Reitsch, went to say a last farewell to the Führer, while others, such as Goebbels, prepared themselves for suicide rather than being taken prisoner by the Russians. By using detailed maps showing the escape routes, first-hand testimony from those who survived, photographs of the devastated German capital in 1945, as well as images of the various routes as they can be followed through Berlin today, the author explores the last moments of the Third Reich in startling clarity.

Escape from the Bunker

This book is the faithful transcription of a file given to me by a highly placed Nazi agent during WW II. He came to Sharkhunters, our history organization covering WW II submarine history with his story that he helped Martin Bormann escape ...

Escape from the Bunker

This book is the faithful transcription of a file given to me by a highly placed Nazi agent during WW II. He came to Sharkhunters, our history organization covering WW II submarine history with his story that he helped Martin Bormann escape Germany after the war and that he met with Adolf Hitler years later. He has been thoroughly checked out and he was who he said he was, and his claims have been substantiated by countless files from the US and other nations' Intel agencies. ---Harry Cooper Sharkhunters Founder

Escape from the Bunker

Escape from the Bunker


Hitler s Escape to Argentina

Writing a really solid treatment is rarely taught in standard writing courses. I cover all of the main bases in this book, and I also provide what few other books do—an actual example of a high concept treatment.

Hitler s Escape to Argentina

Writing a really solid treatment is rarely taught in standard writing courses. I cover all of the main bases in this book, and I also provide what few other books do—an actual example of a high concept treatment. It's like viewing a chess game after-the-fact. You can learn from the format, the content, the plot points, the description and the story line. Read it not once but several times and you'll learn the form and more importantly, you'll intuitively know what to write about—how to choose a topic—and how to present it. A newly hired Bureau (FBI) man is sitting at his Los Angeles desk - it's 1954. His name is Gene Hausmann. He is assigned to this "purely a desk job" type of project. He's to collect all incoming intelligence reports regarding Hitler and his escape to Argentina and then just sit on it - classify it so that it never comes out in the open. He is to be "inactive." But on his own initiative he becomes active, and finds out it is true. When he retires, he tells his son, Frank, the story and the details, and Frank later joins the Bureau himself. His father left him a mandate—to always follow the truth wherever it leads. He does just that, and in the end the hunter becomes the hunted—he knows too much. The Film Treatment can be described in only a few sentences. During one of his strolls through the Chancellery gardens, Hitler leaves the Bunker area and his double takes his place. What if Hitler escaped Germany and lived out his life in Argentina?

Hitler in Argentina

"First released as 'Escape from the bunker'"--T.p. verso.

Hitler in Argentina

Who said that Hitler did not die in the bunker in April 1945? Josef Stalin told President Harry Truman that Hitler did not. Marshall Zhukov said "We have found no corpse that could be Hitler's." This book not only tells of the escape of Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun and others of the Third Reich; it includes photographs, files from the FBI, CIA and OSS that show the US knew they escaped, interviews and much more. You will also read the reason that no government went after Hitler even though they knew where he was. This book will change the history you were taught in 5th grade.

VOL 2 THE COMPLETE STORY OF THE PLANNED ESCAPE OF HITLER THE NAZI SPAIN ARGENTINA COVERUP

liaison officer in Hitler's bunker. The military tribunal consisted of General Wilhelm Mohnke as president, and General Hans Krebs, General Möhnke, General Wilhelm Burgdorf and General Rattenhuber as members.

VOL 2  THE COMPLETE STORY OF THE PLANNED ESCAPE OF HITLER  THE NAZI SPAIN ARGENTINA COVERUP

Volume two from a set of two volumes (Set: Approx. 650 pages with hundreds of photos and documents). Published by Times Square Press, http: //www.timessquarepress.com/ New York. Author's website: www.maximilliendelafayettebibliography.com This book is THE most authoritative, documented and convincing book on Hitler's escape from Berlin to Argentina. Packed with testimonies, affidavits and statements by insiders, the bunker's survivors and American, Russian and French intelligence agents. Astonishing revelations and powerful testimonies which will convince even the most ardent skeptics that indeed Hitler escaped from his bunker, and lived in Argentina with his SS entourage until his death in 1965.

Albert Speer Escaping the Gallows

On 20 April Speer flew to the Führerbunker in Berlin where he met with Hitler and toured the damaged chancellery, which Speer had originally designed, before celebrating Hitler's 56th birthday. The next day he drove to Hamburg to join ...

Albert Speer     Escaping the Gallows

At the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, Albert Speer, Hitler’s one-time number two, persuaded the judges that he ‘knew nothing’ of the Holocaust and related atrocities. Narrowly escaping execution, he was sentenced to twenty years in Spandau Prison, Berlin. In 1961, the newly commissioned author, as the British Army Spandau Guard Commander, was befriended by Speer, who taught him German. Adrian Greaves’ record of his conversations with Speer over a three year period make for fascinating reading. While the top Nazi admitted to Greaves his secret part in war crimes, after his 1966 release he determinedly denied any wrongdoing and became an intriguing and popular figure at home and abroad. Following Speer’s death in 1981 evidence emerged of his complicity in Hitler’s and the Nazi’s atrocities. In this uniquely revealing book the author skilfully blends his own personal experiences and relationship with Speer with a succinct history of the Nazi movement and the horrors of the 1930s and 1940s. In so doing new light is thrown on the character of one of the 20th century’s most notorious characters.

WOrld War II Goes to the Movies Television Guide

In April 1945 while in the Berlin Bunker with Hitler, he and Goebbels sought a truce with Marshal Zhukov, who continued to demand unconditional surrender. Bormann (thought to have escaped) was killed May 1, 1945, while escaping Hitler's ...

WOrld War II Goes to the Movies   Television Guide

A complete film guide to motion pictures and television shows that pertain to the war.

In Hitler s Bunker

Above all, In Hitler's Bunker is the story of how one man, instead of running away from his past, confronted it and found peace, at last.

In Hitler s Bunker

During the last months of Hitler's Berlin, an estimated 30,000 German teenagers perished defending their beloved Fhrer in the Russian onslaught. Armin Lehmann was one of the few boy soldiers who escaped the bloodbath. Like every other member of the Hitler Youth, Armin would have given his life gladly for his leader, but he was not to be sacrificed to the enemy at the gate. Instead, he was chosen to serve in the German High Command's bunker complex. It was a stroke of fate that brought him into the company of the most notorious Nazis of Hitler's hated Reich, including Martin Bormann, Goebbels and, of course, the Fhrer himself. When Hitler greeted Armin, the 16-year-old boy knew he had been granted a unique part in history.In Hitler's Bunker is Armin's eyewitness account of the Nazi apocalypse. It is also the story of how his unquestioning fanaticism won him that role in the final act of the Third Reich. It takes us back to his boyhood and the brutal SS father who instilled the Nazi's hateful creed in his son. It follows Armin's odyssey through the ranks of the Hitler Youth and shares his teenage anguish over his doomed love for a beautiful German nurse. It is the story of Armin's gradual realisation of the full horror of what he had been part of, and recounts his quest for the truth, which took him in the footsteps of Mahatma Ghandi and to a meeting with Albert Schweitzer, the missionary and theologian. Above all, In Hitler's Bunker is the story of how one man, instead of running away from his past, confronted it and found peace, at last.

What Really Happened The Death of Hitler

Soviet troops, who reached Hitler's bunker first, gave conflicting accounts of what they found there, eventually insisting that Hitler likely escaped after the war after leaving behind a body double who had been shot in the head. True.

What Really Happened  The Death of Hitler

Think You Know Everything about the death of Hitler? Think Again. After World War II, 50 percent of Americans polled said they didn’t believe Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun had committed suicide in their bunker in 1945, as captured Nazi officials claimed. Instead, they believed the dictator faked his death and escaped, perhaps to Argentina. This wasn’t a crazy opinion: Joseph Stalin told Allied leaders that Soviet forces never discovered Hitler’s body and that he personally believed the Nazi leader had escaped justice. At least two German submarines crossed the Atlantic and landed on the coast of Argentina in July 1945. Plus, there were numerous reports of top Nazi officials successfully fleeing to South America where there was a large German colony. Incredible as it sounds, the mystery surrounding Adolf Hitler’s final days only deepened in 2009 when a U.S. forensic team announced that a piece of Hitler’s skull held in Soviet archives was not actually Hitler’s. International interest increased further in 2014 when the FBI released previously classified files detailing investigations surrounding Hitler’s possible escape. And the following year, The History Channel launched a three-year reality TV series investigating if it was possible Hitler did somehow survive. So what really happened? Popular history writer Robert J. Hutchinson, author of What Really Happened: The Lincoln Assassination, takes a fresh look at the evidence and discovers, once and for all, the truth about Hitler’s last week in Berlin. Among the questions the book explores are... * What did surviving Nazi eyewitnesses really say about the Führer’s final days in the bunker—and could they have been lying to aid Hitler’s escape? * If Hitler didn’t escape, why did the Allies not find his body? * What about Hitler’s proven use of body doubles? Could Hitler have used a body double in the bunker while he and Eva Braun flew to safety in a long-range aircraft that took off from a runway in Berlin’s Tiergarten? * Why did the FBI continue to investigate reports of Hitler’s survival for more than a decade after World War II—reports that were only declassified in 2014? * What about sensational claims in books such as The Grey Wolfthat Hitler and Eva Braun lived in an isolated chalet in the Andes – and that Hitler died in 1962? * Why were forensic tests on crucial physical evidence only conducted in 2016, more than 70 years after World War II ended? * And lots MORE.

Hitler s Doubles

(Dizzy Gillespie, “Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac,” 1967) The High Priest Who Escaped Hitler's Bunker On September 6, 2013, Rochus Misch, who served as one of Adolf Hitler's dedicated bodyguards for most of World War II died at the age of 96 ...

Hitler s Doubles

Was the brutal dictator of the 20th century the masked instrument of a double image delusion? Recently released war records reveal "political decoys" (doppelgangers or body-doubles). It is documented that the Nazi Fuhrer vetted at least four doubles. Look-alikes and crisis actors were used to impersonate Hitler in order to draw attention away from him and to deal with risks on his behalf. "Hitler's Doubles" details their names, their peacetime occupations, their deaths, and an escape to South America. Cold War II Revision: (Trump–Putin Summit) The Cold War II Revision [2018] is a reworked and updated account of the original 2015 “Hitler’s Doubles” with an improved Index. Ascertaining that Hitler made use of political decoys, the chronological order of this book shows how a Shadow Government of crisis actors and fake outcomes operated through the years following Hitler’s death –– until our time, together with pop culture memes such as “Wunderwaffe” climate change weapons, Brexit Britain, and Trump’s America. (More Russians now have encouraging sentiments toward the U.S. for the first time since 2014.) “Hitler’s Doubles” covers modern world history events from WWII until today: The assassination of JFK, the Watergate scandal, the Iran hostage crisis, the Iran-Contra affair, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the attacks of 9/11, the appearance of the Islamic State –– with their cloaked backing of ex-Nazi interests. “Hitler’s Doubles” includes much more information than its enigmatic title implies. This document is presented as a series of news articles in book form. Some material is repeated or revised. Many photos date back to pre-war times. (Italic text depicts a what-if scenario analysis by the author.) Thanks to author Fritz Springmeier & biographer William Cross who advised an update. "This was fascinating... You seem to have found something important!" (John Kiriakou, former CIA officer and anti-torture whistleblower, author of "Doing Time Like A Spy.") "An entire Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory of the Third Reich... This book covers it all." (Christian Ankerstjerne, Forum Staff, Axis History.) "WOW! That is one heck of a book... Your book lends proof that Adolf Hitler did not kill himself in the Bunker nor did Eva..." (Harry Cooper, author of "Hitler in Argentina.") "Wow. Your book just overwhelmed me and caught me by surprise as to what it got into. I wasn't expecting that... You've done a tremendous amount of research here to document a unique aspect of World War II history... This book will blow your mind and give you a more in-depth perspective of various historical events." (David Allen Rivera, author of "Final Warning: A History of the New World Order.") "Excellent reference book." (A Verified UK Purchase Customer Review) "Four Stars. It's very interesting." (A Verified USA Purchase Customer Review) "[The author] offers a summary at the end about each double. The information regarding the doubles is very good. However, the evidence is very persuasive that Hitler did escape." (A Verified USA Purchase Customer Review) The world's first donor artificial insemination was with the wife of a Quaker in the late 1800s. Who was the top-secret paternal donor? Was the Quaker-son secret agent Aleister Crowley one of Adolf Hitler's doubles? Why did Walt Disney make use of Nazi scientists to build space technology after he visited South America? "Hitler's Doubles" covers modern world history events from WWII until today: The assassination of JFK, the Watergate scandal, the Iran hostage crisis, the Iran-Contra affair, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the attacks of 9/11, the appearance of the Islamic State -- with their cloaked backing of ex-Nazi interests. "Hitler's Doubles" includes much more information than its enigmatic title implies. This document is presented as a series of news articles in book form. Some material is repeated or revised. Many photos date back to pre-war times. (Italic text depicts a what-if scenario analysis by the author.) "Mind of Ali Tara" (2019), by the same author is a quick view of "Hitler's Doubles" with a chronology of shadow governments and crisis actors.

The Great Escape from Stalag Luft III

This is the incredible story of these brave men who broke free from the supposedly impenetrable barbed wire and watchtowers of Stalag Luft III—and who played an important role in Allied intelligence operations within occupied Europe.

The Great Escape from Stalag Luft III

The true story of one of the most heroic feats of World War II...the daring prison camp breakout that inspired the classic film The Great Escape Stalag Luft III was one of the Germans' "escape-proof" prison camps, specially built by Hermann Göring to hold Allied troops. But on March 24, 1944, in a courageous attempt by two hundred prisoners to break out through a series of tunnels, seventy-six Allied officers managed to evade capture -- and create havoc behind enemy lines in the months before the Normandy Invasion. This is the incredible story of these brave men who broke free from the supposedly impenetrable barbed wire and watchtowers of Stalag Luft III -- and who played an important role in Allied intelligence operations within occupied Europe. The prisoners developed an intricate espionage network, relaying details of military deployment, bombings, and raids. Some of them were involved in other daring escape attempts, including the famous Wooden Horse episode, also turned into a classic film, and the little-known Sachsenhausen breakout, engineered by five Great Escapers sent to die in the notorious concentration camp on Hitler's personal orders. Tragically, fifty of those involved in the Great Escape were murdered by the Gestapo. Others were recaptured; only a few made it all the way to freedom. This dramatic account of personal heroism is a testament to their ingenuity and achievement -- a stirring tribute to the men who never gave up fighting. Includes eight pages of photographs and illustrations, excerpts from Göring's testimony during postwar investigations, and a list of the men who escaped.

Eyewitness to Hitler s Escape

After being betrayed by his most loyal comrades, Hitler came to a crossroads.

Eyewitness to Hitler s Escape

After being betrayed by his most loyal comrades, Hitler came to a crossroads. But, if you believe their treason brought the F�hrer to the point of suicide in the Berlin bunker, think again. The truth is that the same men devised a plan to salvage elements of Nazism and to create a smokescreen for the escape of key members of the regime - including Hitler.

Hunting Hitler

In Hunting Hitler, Dr. Jerome Corsi explores the historical possibility that Hitler escaped Nazi Germany at the end of World War II. FBI and CIA records maintained at the National Archives indicate that the US government took seriously ...

Hunting Hitler

A New York Times–bestselling investigative journalist explores the question: what if Hitler didn’t die? In 2009, three US professors with access to Adolf Hitler’s alleged remains startled the world with scientific DNA proof that the skull and bones that Russia had claimed since the end of World War II were Hitler’s actually belonged to a middle-aged woman whose identity remains unknown. This announcement has rekindled interest in the claim made by Joseph Stalin, maintained to the end of his life, that Hitler got away. The truth is that no one saw Hitler and Eva Braun die in the bunker in Berlin on April 30, 1945. No photographs were taken to document claims Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide. Hitler’s body was never recovered. No definitive physical evidence exists proving Hitler died in the bunker in Berlin. In Hunting Hitler, Dr. Jerome Corsi explores the historical possibility that Hitler escaped Nazi Germany at the end of World War II. FBI and CIA records maintained at the National Archives indicate that the US government took seriously reports at the end of World War II that Hitler had escaped to Argentina. More recent evidence suggests Hitler may have fled to Indonesia, where he married and worked at a hospital in Sumbawa. Even the chief of the US trial counsel at Nuremburg, Thomas J. Dodd, was quoted as saying, “No one for sure can say Adolf Hitler is dead.” Putting massive amounts of evidence and research under a critical eye, Dr. Corsi shows that perhaps modern history’s most tantalizing question has yet to be definitively answered: Did Hitler escape Nazi Germany at the end of World War II to plot revenge and to plan the rise of the Fourth Reich?

LENI RIEFENSTAHL s LAST WORDS ABOUT HITLER GOEBBELS NAZIS AND THE JEWS

LENI RIEFENSTAHL's LAST WORDS ABOUT HITLER, GOEBBELS, NAZIS AND THE JEWS This book is based upon Maximillien de Lafayette's book: The Complete Story of the Planned Escape of Hitler: The Nazi-Spain-Argentina Coverup.

LENI RIEFENSTAHL  s LAST WORDS ABOUT HITLER  GOEBBELS  NAZIS AND THE JEWS

LENI RIEFENSTAHL's LAST WORDS ABOUT HITLER, GOEBBELS, NAZIS AND THE JEWS This book is based upon Maximillien de Lafayette's book: The Complete Story of the Planned Escape of Hitler: The Nazi-Spain-Argentina Coverup. Published by Times Square Press, New York and Berlin www.timessquarepress.com The true account of what LENI RIEFENSTAHL thought about Hitler, the Nazis, the SS, Goebbels, and the events which surrounded and shaped Nazi Germany. A candid interview with her reveals the true identity of this extraordinary woman, whether you like it or not. Leni spoke about her passion for cinema, Hitler's double, Hitler's escape from Germany, the dreadful Goebbels, and how she was harassed by her military interrogators, her pain, and imprisonment.

World War II Goes to the Movies Television Guide Volume I A K

In April 1945 while in the Berlin Bunker with Hitler, he and Goebbels sought a truce with Marshal Zhukov, who continued to demand unconditional surrender. Bormann (thought to have escaped) was killed May 1, 1945, while escaping Hitler's ...

World War II Goes to the Movies   Television Guide Volume I A K


Hitler s Death

Until now. This book is the first attempt by an academic to return to the evidence of Hitler's suicide in order to scrutinise the most recent arguments of conspiracy theorists using scientific methods.

Hitler   s Death

Did Hitler shoot himself in the Führerbunker or did he slip past the Soviets and escape to South America? Countless documentaries, newspaper articles and internet pages written by conspiracy theorists have led the ongoing debate surrounding Hitler's last days. Historians have not yet managed to make a serious response. Until now. This book is the first attempt by an academic to return to the evidence of Hitler's suicide in order to scrutinise the most recent arguments of conspiracy theorists using scientific methods. Through analysis of recently declassified MI5 files, previously unpublished sketches of Hitler's bunker, personal accounts of intelligence officers along with stories of shoot-outs, plunder and secret agents, this scrupulously researched book takes on the doubters to tell the full story of how Hitler died.

The Yukon Glory

One of Hitler's personal physicians, the one who escaped the bunker?” “I didn't think anybody escaped Hitler's bunker,” said Marty. “Well, this guy did,” Chuck shot back defensively. “And he has information about Hitler's medical ...

The Yukon Glory

The book which you hold in your hand, like its protagonist, belongs to a rare and terrifying breed. Jake Ziemba's eminently promising first novel, The Yukon Glory, written throughout the author's struggle with rare blood disease PNH, blends raw emotion, intense violence, rich conceptualization, and sensitive characterization to create one of the most brilliant works of phantasmagoria in the past several decades. It is a tale of a man's will destroyed by his bloodlust, against a backdrop of viral holocaust in an alternate 1970's America. Along the way, there are cameo appearances from such historically unsavory individuals as Richard Nixon and Adolf Hitler, as well as vampires, participants in the French Revolution, fiery demon-people, and a whole society turned insectoid in its rage and confusion. Conceptually innovative and stylistically arresting, this book is sure to become renowned.