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LONDON: A new book by a Brazilian journalism student claims that Hitler didn’t commit suicide in April 1945 in his Berlin bunker hideout as Germany faced defeat in World War II.
Instead, he escaped to Brazil and lived there till the ripe age of 95 and died in 1984.
Brazilian journalism student Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias makes this startling claim in her book titled ‘Hitler in Brazil – His Life and His Death.’
A report in Daily Mail on the Brazilian student’s book says Hitler didn’t shoot himself and his mistress Eva Braun in his Berlin bunker on April 30 1945.
The Brazilian student claims her book that Hitler lived under the name of Adolf Leipzig in the small town of Nossa Senhora do Livramento in Mato Grosso state in Brazil on the border with Bolivia.
The town is 30 miles from Mato Grosso’s capital city of Cuiaba from where the woman student comes.
She says Adolf Leipzig was known as the ‘Old German’ in the Brazilian town and she says she can prove her claim on the basis of a picture.
The Brazilian student says she grew suspicious that Adolf Leipzig was actually Adolf Hitler when she photoshopped a moustache on to the grainy picture she obtained of him and compared it to photos of the Nazi leader.
How did Hitler land in the small Brazilian town of all places?
The journalism student claims that Vatican allies offered Hitler ownership rights over buried Jesuit treasure in a cave near his adopted home in Brazil.
Then how did the dictator manage to escape Germany incognito?
The Brazilian student claims that Hitler escaped in the company of a black woman called Cutinga so that nobody suspected that he was Hitler because the dictator was known for his racism based on his claims of Aryan superiority.
She claims that when an unidentified Polish nun living in the Brazil town recognized that he was Hitler, she was asked to shut up by superiors who told the nun that this man was in Brazil on Vatican orders.
The Brazilian student says she has got permission to exhume the body of Adolf Liepzig and that she will match his DNA with samples taken from a relative of Hitler now living in Israel.
Since there has no proof of Hitler’s death, conspiracy theorists say the dictator escaped Germany in 1945.
A book titled `Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler’ by Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan in 2011 claimed that Hitler fled with his mistress Eva Braun to Patagonia in Argentina where the two died in 1962 at the age of 73.