"Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler - The Case Presented" by Simon Dunstan and Gerrard Williams.
Did Hitler successfully escape Berlin—as opposed to the official accounts that insist the Führer committed suicide in his bunker on April 30?Why did both Josef Stalin and President Eisenhower believe that Hitler was still alive after the war had ended?
In a riveting scenario that has never been fully investigated until now, military historian Simon Dunstan and international journalist Gerrard Williams make a powerful case for the Führer's escape to a remote valley enclave in Argentina along with other key Nazis—where he is believed to have lived comfortably until 1962. The authors reconstruct the dramatic and remarkably plausible plot following five years of meticulous research—including remarkable evidence and compelling testimony, some of which has been only recently declassified by former Soviet and other government archives.
Dunstan and Williams raise crucial questions such as these to support their case:
Why were there no eyewitnesses or conclusive forensic evidence that it was the Führer and Eva Braun who died in the bunker?
Why were the suspicions of J. Edgar Hoover's FBI that Hitler had escaped never followed up on?
The authors follow the escape route that they conclude Hitler—pseudonym "Wolf"—used, citing specific people, places, and dates, as well as identifying particular aircraft, U-boats, bases, and hideouts. Other important details emerge, including how Hitler, Martin Bormann, and Heinrich Muller likely planned the escape, and absconded with hundreds of millions in plundered currency, bonds, and other valuable assets. Even the possible collusion of top officials in the CIA is exposed. This book also examines the subsequent years Hitler and his collaborators are said to have spent in remote Patagonia.
Impossible to put down, Grey Wolf unravels an extraordinary story that flies in the face of history.
352 pages ($14.95)
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