Rise of the Nazis on History Channel (see below) provides Key Events that show how and why South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil and Chile became safe havens for thousands of former Nazi party members and SS officers in the years following the fall of the Third Reich.

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Both Adolf Hitler with Eva Braun survived the Berlin bunker and live for 17 years in Argentina and made a home in the foothills of the Andes and lived out their life in tranquillity in Patagonia until his death in 1962 at the age of 73 including raising of two daughters, according to author of Grey Wolf, published by Sterling Publishing, based in New York.

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1945, Stalin said Hitler was alive.

German ruler Hitler followed Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele to South America says authors of the 2011 book “Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler.”

The book was made into a documentary film earlier and was accused of plagiarism by a journalist in Argentina, Abel Basti who claims his research has been unfairly used to substantiate claims made in the book.

Hitler never shot himself in his Berlin bunker in 1945 and Eva Braun never committed suicide by taking cyanide at the same time. And in fact American intelligence officials likely aided in their escape in return for access to Nazi war technology. This raises the question of Bin Laden’s supposed demise.

Starting in 2007 The author travelled and interviewed eyewitnesses for five years collecting volumes of evidence. Also books on the subject existed as far back as 1953 and 1987. Two key witnesses were Jorge Colotto and Captain Manuel Monasterio. One photograph in particular shows proof of Hitler’s survival. But also some video and audio records provide strong evidence.

Rise of the Nazis on History Channel = Provides Key Events that show how and why South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil and Chile became safe havens for thousands of former Nazi party members and SS officers in the years following the fall of the Third Reich.

Buenos Aires suburb May 11, 1960, a chauffeur and two men working under the open hood of a black Buick limousine, suddenly, grabbed a man and hauled him kicking and screaming into the back seat of the vehicle, which sped off into the night. The kidnappers were Israeli agents and their victim was Adolf Eichmann, a Nazi SS lieutenant colonel. Adolf Eichmann was photographed being put on trial, April 21, 1961 in Jerusalem

But Eichmann like 9,000 other Nazis found refuge in South America after the fall of the Third Reich. Probably they escaped with the help of Swiss Banksters who had financed the Nazis. A 2012 article in the Daily Mail showed German prosecutors had examined secret files from Brazil and Chile and found many Nazi officers and collaborators from other countries escaped from Europe to find sanctuary in South American countries:

Brazil = 1,500 and 2,000 Nazi war criminals
Chile = 500 and 1,000
Argentina = 5,000

FACT: Hundreds of thousands of German immigrants lived in Argentina and had close ties with Germany. After World War II, Argentine President (Criminal Fascist puppet of CIA) Juan Peron secretly ordered diplomats and intelligence officers to establish escape routes, so-called “ratlines,” through ports in Spain and Italy to smuggle thousands of former SS officers and Nazi party members out of Europe. Peron had been drawn to the ideologies of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler while serving as a military attaché in Italy during the early years of World War II. Perón recruited those Nazis with particular military and technical expertise that he believed could help him dictate over Argentina. Also the United States and Soviet Union poached scientists from the Third Reich to assist them in the Cold War.

In 1946 Peron through Argentine Cardinal Antonio Caggiano asked a French Cardinal to help Peron receive Nazi collaborators from France who faced potential war crimes prosecution. That spring, French held Nazis carrying passports issued by the International Red Cross stamped with Argentine tourist visas began to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Goñi, Hudal, an Austrian-born Catholic admirer of Hitler who ministered to prisoners of war in Rome, admitted to helped Nazis by providing them with false identity documents issued by the Vatican that were then used to obtain passports from the International Red Cross. Hudal also helped a Franciscan monk from Genoa, Italy supply Eichmann with an Argentine visa and signed an application for his falsified Red Cross passport, which allowed him to board a steamship to Buenos Aires in 1950 under the assumed identity of Ricardo Klement. The German lawyers that examined South American files said in 2012 that most fleeing Nazis used forged Red Cross passports, including 800 SS members escaping to Argentina.

Source: Uki Goñi, author of “The Real Odessa: Smuggling the Nazis to Peron’s Argentina,”

Josef Mengele evaded capture but was photographed in 1950 in South America. Many of the Nazis who escaped to South America were never brought to justice = SS colonel Walter Rauff died in Chile in 1984 + Eduard Roschmann died in Paraguay in 1977 + Gustav Wagner died in Brazil in 1980 after the supreme court refused to extradite him to Germany + Dr. Josef Mengele moved from Argentina to Paraguay in 1959 and Brazil a year later and died in 1979 under unusual drowning off the coast (perhaps Israelis secret service) + US helped Klaus Barbie be smuggled to Bolivia to continued his spy work and instructed the military regime on how to torture and interrogate political opponents, finally in 1983 he was extradited and sentenced to life in prison after his conviction for crimes against humanity.

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