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Did Hitler and Eva Braun flee Berlin and die (divorced) of old age in Argentina?

Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf. I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments. I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before. I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler. If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels? It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

[Photo] Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun, Hitler's dog Blondi, and Braun's dog at Obersalzberg, Bavaria, Germany, 14 Jun 1942

Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun, Hitler's dog Blondi, and Braun's dog at Obersalzberg, Bavaria, Germany, 14 Jun 1942.

The fact that Hitler was pictured with children so often was also no mistake - it helped soften his image but in fact he hated children.

Adolf Hitler farted uncontrollably, used cocaine to clear his sinuses, ingested some 28 drugs at a time and received injections of bull testicle extracts to bolster his libido. The startling revelations come from Hitler's medical records, now up for auction at Alexander Historical Auctions of Stamford, Conn.

Adolf Hitler Inspecting Dora, the largest gun in the world. Rügenwalde, Pomerania, Germany 19.3.1943

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Interior view of the Great Room of the Berghof (formerly known as Haus Wachenfeld), Adolf Hitler's estate in Berchtesgaden, Upper Bavaria, Germany, late 1930s. (Photo by Hugo Jaeger/Timepix/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

These Photos Of Adolf Hitler After Prison Release Are Unbelievable

These are the private photographs Adolf Hitler didn't want anyone to see. Taken by photographer Heinrich Hoffmann, the extraordinary pictures show Hitler rehearsing while listening to a recording of one of his own speeches. They were reportedly taken in 1925, soon after Hitler was released from a nine-month stint in prison during which he dictated his autobiography, Mein Kampf. After seeing the photographs, Hitler requested that Hoffmann destroy the negatives, but he did not.