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82,655. One man created this transformation: Adolf Hitler. How did he become the most powerful man in Germany? Who were the Nazis? And how did they reinvigorate this fractured nation? ... One man’s magnetism proved to be Germany’s fatal attraction. Hitler: Germany’s Fatal Attraction, Discovery History 2015
82,656. Hitler and a dangerous minority of the right-wing population looked for a scapegoat. The search would see the birth of a new party and bring together some of the most dangerous men Germany would produce. ibid.
82,657. In the late 1920s the Nazi Party found themselves with diminishing support as the German economy became stronger. Hitler: Germany’s Fatal Attraction II
82,658. In January 1933 Hitler was appointed Reich-Chancellor. ibid.
82,659. The Night of the Long Knives had killed off any potential political threat he may have had. The German nation found themselves living under a military dictatorship. ibid.
82,660. German military rearmament was prioritised ... The German people were excited at the prospect of Germany becoming great again. Hitler: Germany's Fatal Attraction III
131,129. World War II and Hitler plunged the world into chaos killing seventy million people. It seemed there was nothing the Nazis wouldn’t do in pursuit of global domination. History tell us one thing but could that be wrong? (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) Conspiracy s1e2: The Nazis, History 2019
131,130. Did World War II really mark the end of Hitler’s reign of terror? Did the Nazi devise a post-war Europe that even today would undermine Britain? And could Hitler, history’s worst mass murderer, have got away with it? (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid.
131,131. ‘I believe that at the end of April 1945 the real Hitler along with Eva Braun were spirited out of the bunker where they escaped.’ (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid. Gerard Williams, journalist
131,132. Body doubles were widely used in the Second World War … It’s not clear if the dead man was a Hitler body double or not, but the fact is no-one reported finding the body of the real Adolf Hitler in 1945. (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid.
112,921. A suspicion shared at the highest levels: Stalin refused to believe that Hitler had died. The same is true of Eisenhower. (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid.
82,662. 2009: An American pathologist ran DNA tests on a piece of the skull fragment held by the Russians ... Since then, the Russians have refused to allow anyone else access to the captured remains. (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid.
112,922. A year after the U-boats turned up in Argentina, Washington ordered the battle-fleet to the South Pole. (Conspiracy & Nazis & Nazis: Adolf Hitler) ibid.
114,041. In April 1945 Hitler was the most wanted man in Europe. Dead or Alive, the victorious Allies needed to see his body. In the dock or in the grave. But in the chaos of war proof the dictator had died proved elusive. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) Secret History s11e2: Hitler of the Andes, Channel 4 2002
114,042. The Soviets refused to tell the Americans or the British what they were up to. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
114,043. Eisenhower’s doubts were publicly quoted. The press rushed in to spread the confusion. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
114,044. 1,000 [US] agents working on these reports at any one time. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
114,045. Even before 1945 Argentina had a large German population. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
114,046. Argentina’s navy tried to capture the U-boats. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
114,047. Catalina [maid] says Hitler came to the Eden Hotel in 1948. (Nazis: Hitler & Odessa) ibid.
82,663. Behind closed doors Hitler maintained a closely guarded secret ... The Fuhrer was a physical wreck. (Nazis: Hitler & Drugs) Secret History: Hitler’s Hidden Drug Habit, Channel 4 2015
82,664. His dependence on drugs ... The relationship between Hitler and his doctor ... Hitler took 74 different medications during the Second World War. (Nazis: Hitler & Drugs) ibid.
82,665. German forces had been pepped up for battle with a Crystal Meth pill called Pervitin. (Nazi & Drugs & Methamphetamine) ibid.
82,666. By the end of 1943 the Fuhrer was dependent on a destructive mix of uppers and downers. (Nazi & Drugs) ibid.
82,667. Hatred of the Jews was Hitler’s motor and central point perhaps even the very element which motivated him. The German people, the German greatness, the Empire, they all meant nothing to him in the last analysis. For this reason, he wished in the final sentence of his testament, to fixate us Germans, even after the apocalyptic downfall in a miserable hatred of the Jews ... When speaking of the victims of the bomb raids, particularly after the massive attacks on Hamburg in Summer 1943, he again and again reiterated that he would avenge these victims on the Jews; just as if the air-terror against the civilian population actually suited him in that it furnished him with a belated substitute motivation for a crime decided upon long ago and emanating from quite different layers of his personality. Just as if he wanted to justify his own mass murders with these remarks. (Nazis: Hitler & Jew) Albert Speer, Munich June 1977
27,793. Some journalists claimed he’d fled to South America. According to some reports the Fuhrer and Eva Braun went into hiding in Argentina, protected by loyal Nazis. Another more far-fetched theory claimed that he went even further south in a U-boat. (Nazis: Hitler & Argentina & South America) Hunting Hitler
27,794. Stalin’s reply was remarkable – he thought Hitler was still alive and living in Spain or Argentina. The British and US governments couldn’t confirm Hitler’s death either. (Nazis: Hitler & Argentina & South America) ibid.
27,795. Over two-thirds of those questioned thought that the Fuhrer had survived the battle of Berlin. ibid.
27,796. Witnesses claiming to have seen him or to know his whereabouts came forward regularly. ibid.
27,797. Many German U-boats sailed to the coast of South America and surrendered. (Nazis: Hitler & South America) ibid.
27,798. A couple of months later British Intelligence were alerted, and orders to investigate the circumstances of Hitler’s death were received. ibid.
27,799. The Soviets had already discovered the truth, and carted key witnesses off to Moscow ... It was only decades later however that the wider public finally learned what had happened to the bodies. They were hidden away in a red army base near Magdeburg until they were destroyed in 1970. ibid.
93,378. May 8th 1947 J Edgar Hoover: Most of the statements in the public press allege that Hitler is in South America and that he went there by submarine. None of these allegations of course can be proven by fact and the American army officials have not located Hitler’s body, nor is there any reliable source who will say definitely that Hitler is dead. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) Hunting Hitler s1e1: The Hunt Begins, History 2015, FBI document declassified
93,379. 60,000 Nazis lived in Argentina. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
93,380. Charata Argentina: reports of an underground bunker. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
94,450. Misiones: Who built this [jungle] complex? (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) Hunting Hitler s1e2: Secret Nazi Lair
94,451. Bunker: No-one sees his face and says, ‘That’s him!’ ... There’s no evidence – nothing. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
94,550. Choke Point #1: How did he get out of Germany? How he could have entered Argentina? (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) Hunting Hitler s1e3: Escape From Berlin
94,551. The first plane was loaded with Hitler’s property. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
94,552. There’s only a short distance between the subway and the entrance to Tempelhof. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
95,080. The US government was investigating Adolf Hitler’s whereabouts years after he was believed dead. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) Hunting Hitler s1e4: The Tunnel
95,081. 46 U-boats went missing and operated in secret. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) ibid.
95,354. The hunt for a sunken U-boat that may have been Hitler’s escape vehicle to South America. (Nazis: Hitler & Nazis) Hunting Hitler s1e5: Ratlines
95,355. An intricate systems of escape routes known as Rat Lines were ... supported by both the Red Cross and the Catholic Church. (Odessa & Nazis & Nazis: Hitler) ibid.