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Rodney Rivers

Hitler Escape to Asia Theory - Radio Show Link

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l'm not sure if this is true or not, but it's interesting to listen to.

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Ian Punnett welcomed author Peter Levenda, who discussed how his research suggests that Adolf Hitler faked his death and escaped to Indonesia using an underground network of Nazi sympathizers. He detailed a myriad of inconsistencies surrounding the official story that Hitler died in his bunker in April of 1945, including how the German witnesses who claimed to have seen Hitler's dead body in the aftermath of his suicide all had drastically different tales. Additionally, he noted discrepancies surrounding the verification of the body using dental records as well as the incongruous handling of it once it was declared to be Hitler. "The whole scenario is unreal," Levenda said, "Forensically, medically, no matter how you look at it, it could not have happened that way."

Based on his investigation, Levenda put forward the theory that Hitler and Eva Braun actually fled from Germany via an elaborate escape plan that saw Nazi war criminals spirited out of the country by hiding them at monasteries and giving them forged travel documents. He theorized that the couple first went to Argentina, where many other high ranking Nazis had also gone, but that it was too dangerous for Hitler to stay there due to his notoriety. Therefore, Levenda said, the duo then decamped to the remote Indonesian island of Surabaya, where Nazi sympathy was high, but Hitler was not as well known at the time. Levenda suggested that Hitler and Braun assumed the identities of Austrians Georg Anton and Hella Poch, who had fled to Indonesia as the war was ending.

The Pochs' escape, Levenda observed, was particularly suspicious because they were not wanted by the Allies and Hella abandoned a highly successful career as an anthropologist for a life of anonymity in Indonesia. Having investigated what is known about the Pochs in Indonesia, Levenda was struck by the fact that 'Hella Poch' left the country to go back to Europe the same year that Eva Braun's father became sick and died. Additionally, Levenda shared the story of his trip to Indonesia to visit the grave of Georg Anton Poch, who died in 1970. Despite not sharing the true reason for his visit to the graveyard, Levenda revealed that the man who brought him to the tombstone whispered "Hitler" to him when they arrived at the grave. For related information check out this video of Levenda's visit to Surabaya and this article on the disguises American intelligence agencies thought Hitler may have used if he had escaped.

Starts with Part 2 linked below - continues with Part 3 and 4 :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a45eT3t_awA&feature=bf_prev&list=PLD66D9C1B71B6A4EF

Part 3 :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q2__JQ4EQ4&feature=bf_next&list=PLD66D9C1B71B6A4EF

Part 4:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBsIEPrwbjc&feature=bf_next&list=PLD66D9C1B71B6A4EF

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A great many out away

Borman

dr. mengele

eichmann cot 1960 putto death 1962

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This raises a few questions.

It sounds like the Pochs were real people, what happened to them if Hitler and Braun took their places?

Hella abandoned a highly successful career as an anthropologist”

??? I doubt there was much work for anthropologists in Austria in the imediate post war period.

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