President Donald Trump’s release of the JFK files is huge.
The thousands of released documents have created many questions.
And one page in the now declassified documents could alter history forever.
After the fall is the Nazi’s at the end of World War II, it is popularly known that Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker.
But a new page in the JFK files begs the question, did he really?
There have been conspiracy theories that Hitler fled and went into hiding after the end of the war.
While there was never much weight put into these theories, they have been floating around for many years.
But the bombshell document found in the JFK files comes from an informant who allegedly told the CIA that Hitler was very much alive and living in the city of Tunja, Colombia.
Along with a document explaining the claims of the source, a picture is attached that is alleged to show Hitler sitting next to a former German SS agent in Colombia.
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As reported by Newsweek:
“A newly declassified document from the CIA claims that Adolf Hitler apparently survived World War II and lived in Colombia for several months in 1954.
The intelligence memo, part of the just-released files related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, provides details from an informant, who told CIA agent codenamed Cimelody-3 that Hitler was alive. The informant, who also happened to be the agent’s friend, added that Phillip Citroen, a former German SS agent, appeared to be in touch with the former Führer in the city of Tunja in Colombia’s Boyacá department.
According to the memo, Citroen said that the Germans residing in Tunja followed Hitler “with an idolatry of the Nazi past, addressing him as ‘der Führer’ and affording him the Nazi salute and storm-trooper adulation.” The memo also shows a picture of “Adolf Schrittelmayor,” signaling that Hitler could have changed his last name.
The picture above shows Citroen sitting next to the alleged Hitler, who committed suicide in a Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945, according to the Allies and virtually every historian. But the CIA document ignites a discussion on whether Hitler managed to escape to South America after the war.”
If true, this creates a huge amount of speculation about what transpired at the end of World War II and flips everything we know about the death of Hitler on his head.
It also creates a lot of questions about his death.
But with all of the unidentified people involved likely not being alive anymore, speculation is likely all we will ever have.
What do you think?
Could Hitler have remained alive after the end of World War II, or is this document just the account of someone who is lying?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.