SHOCKING declassified CIA files reveal spooks received a tip Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler was still alive more than 10 years after World War 2.
[DS] Unsealed documents from the spy agency reveal a US agent was told by a “trusted” source that the Third Reich boss was not dead and hiding out in South America.
The suspected Hitler’s picture was even presented to the agent, scanned and sent back to the CIA.
It is claimed the Fuhrer didn’t commit suicide in his Berlin bunker, but instead fled to Colombia.
Conspiracy theorists often claim Hitler survived the end of World War 2 – despite him officially being recorded dead by the Allies.
The revelation comes as researchers around the world trawl through the newly declassified JFK files – hoping to shed some light on his assassination in Dallas in 1963.
Does this document prove that Adolf Hitler survived World War 2?
Marked “secret”, the memo was wired from the head of CIA’s bureau in Carcas, Venezuela, on October 3, 1955.
The bombshell document was sent to the head of spy agency’s Western Hemisphere Division, who wold have been Joseph Cadwell King.
King is believed to advocated the assassinations of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, and was also instrumental in overthrowing Brazilian president Joao Goulart in 1964.
Codenamed agent Cimelody-3 reports a former member of Hitler’s brutal secret police the SS claimed Hitler “is still alive”.
The trooper, named Philip Citroen, is said to have been in contact with Hitler once a month in Colombia.
The CIA document reads: “[Citroen] also stated Hitler left Colombia for Argentina around January, 1955.
Citroen commented that inasmuch as ten years have passed since the end of World War 2, the allies could no longer prosecute Hitler as a criminal of war.
Agent Cimelody-3 requested a picture, which was provided to him – featuring Citroen and a man with a chilling resemblance to the Furher.
Inside Hitler’s Bunker
The inside of the bunker where Hitler spent his final days has been revealed for the first time.
This bombshell memo [below] is 100% authentic and is available via the CIA’s own archives site – which contains all declassified files.