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Very few reactions about the documentary have come in from Germany and not even one E-mail about the Hitler in Argentina theory has come from Russia.We may never know how Adolf Hitler truly died, or where he resided during his final days.After consideration the police authority at La Plata ordered the enquiry to be called off since no obvious crime had been committed, and it was perfectly normal in Argentina for heavily armed Germans to eject the police by force from their premises.Similar documents reveal a series of similar sightings in those days in the area of Necochea, San Clemente del Tuy and Balneario Reta.Nobody can prove anything because all the factual evidence, especially the one found in Russia was never verified.It can not be verified and for every piece of evidence that was presented, there are at least 10 claims that refute it," he told the "Voice of Russia".Declassified Argentine police reports, supported by depositions from three former 'Graf Spee' crew members to the CEANA Board of Enquiry into Nazi Activities in Argentina, state that one or two U-Boats unloaded at Piedra Negra beach east of Necochea on the night of 27 July 1945.Three former 'Admiral Graf Spee' crew members, Alfred Schultz, Walter Dettelmann and Willi Brennecke gave sworn depositions to CEANA [Congressional Committee for the Investigation of Nazi Activities in Argentina] that "between 23 and 29 July 1945 they assisted at the unloading of passengers and cargo from two German U-Boats on the Argentine coast".
In 1945, the world was convinced that Adolf Hitler and his mistress Eva Braun had committed suicide in a Berlin Bunker, though this theory lacked proper documentation and evidence. As further historical research was conducted, rumors began to circulate that challenged the suicide theory with claims of Hitler's escape to Argentina - particularly with news of sightings of German U-Boats off the Argentinean coast.
The stenographic record of their evidence seems to have been lost, but a synopsis of it appears in the CEANA Chronicle confirming its existence.
Ronald Newton was a member of the CEANA Investigation and produced material in his book "El Cuarto Lado del Triangulo" [Bs As 1996] to the effect that "following a denunciation at Necochea at 1800 hr on 27 July 1945, a search was made of the beaches and a man of German origin who admitted signalling by lamp to a U-Boat offshore, which was preparing to disembark, was arrested by a patrol".
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