Recently declassified CIA documents seem to confirm the legitimacy of several FBI files about Adolf Hitler, that claimed he escaped Germany after the defeat of the Nazis and fled to South America.
The documents say that in 1955, the CIA’s Western Hemisphere Division (WHD) chief received a secret memo titled “Operational: Adolf Hitler,” from the acting CIA station chief in Venezuela. It pointed out that one of his sources got a tip that Hitler was alive and well in Argentina.
The incredible revelations provide backing to the conclusions that could be drawn from declassified FBI documents that also claimed certain sources said Hitler was in fact living in Argentina.
“CIMELODY,” the title given to acting CIA station chief’s informants, was contacted by Phillip Citroen, a former SS trooper who alleged he was in communication with Hitler, who was living under the name “Adolph Schuttlemayer”: in Colombia, roughly once a month, as he was in Argentina on a trip from Maracaibo working for the Royal Dutch Shipping Company.
Citroen claims Hitler ditched Colombia for the state of Argentina around January 1955, falsely suggesting that a statute of limitations for war crimes was passed.
The CIA files provide the revelation that Citroen informed CIMELODY he had actually taken a photo with Adolf Hitler, including the photograph that ended up in the CIA memo. Hiter is alleged to be on the right in this photo.
After a review of the CIA fies, the WHD chief said Citroen merely a year before reported a group of Nazis was residing in Colombia, who engaged in “idolatry of the Nazi past addressing him as ‘der Fuhrer’ and affording him the Nazi salute and storm trooper adulation,” alluding to Hitler himself.
The WHP chief was again contacted by the station chief days later, engaging in further investigation of whether the claims about Hitler were valid.
Then surprisingly enough, the HPD chief decided to drop further inquiry altogether, reasoning that he felt “enormous efforts could be expended on this matter with remote possibilities of establishing anything concrete.”
The fact that Hitler would be let go should be no surprise to students of true history.
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Figures such as Carl Bosch and Fritz Ter Meer (chief industrialist in charge of concentration camp Auschwitz) were set free after little time, and even went back to Bayer, BASF, and German banks, continuing to influence German society for decades to come. This video explains: