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Hunter says the Hitlers lived in Argentina

Sat, Jan 09, 2016, 06:11 PM
Nazi leader Adolf Hitler may not have committed suicide. He may have given the slip to the encircling Soviet troops in Berlin and fled to the Scenery island in the Caribbeans. From there, he may have fled to Argentina, where they led their lives.

The Scenery island is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbeans.

John Cencich, a California University of Pennsylvania senior professor of criminal justice, is delving deep into one of the 20th century's greatest mysteries. He is the author of an eight-part series, `Hunting Hitler', telecast on History Channel.

While historians in general have written that Hitler committed suicide in his Berlin bunker just days before the German surrender, Prof Cencich arrived at a different conclusion based on objective, factual analysis using the latest forensic tests.

Going into Hitler's records, the Professor said Hitler was 5' 6" in height. In contrast, the body of supposed Hitler was five inches shorter. "I can tell you this fact on the basis of details of the body."

He also ruled out the suicide pact theory of Hitler and his wife, Eva Braun. He said he would soon be giving out the full details of his findings.

Argentina and South American countries were the favourite hiding places of the Nazi criminals.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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