"Hitler Brazil-His life and death”
This is at least what the author claims Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias, as explained in the Daily Mail.
Adolf Hitler died on April 30, 1945 at the age of 56 in Berlin, ending his life after realizing that he had lost the war. That's the official version which appears in all the history books.
This is however not the preferred Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias thesis, a Brazilian doctoral student who says in the book "Hitler Brazil-His life and death," the Fuhrer fled Germany for South America, where he died at the age of 95 years.
She claims that with the help of allies in the Vatican, Adolf Hitler had fled to Argentina before moving to Paraguay and Mato Grosso in Brazil, where he is permanently established in the village of Nossa Senhora do Livramento, until the end of his life in 1984.
A small black friend named Cutinga.
As proof, she published a photo of allegedly poor quality representing the dictator in his old age alongside Cutinga, her little black friend, obviously chosen for her skin color so that no one can doubt his true identity.
According to her, Adolf Hitler had taken the name of Adolf Leipzig (birthplace of Bach, his favorite composer, coincidentally) and was nicknamed locally "old German".
Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias also found the grave of Adolf Leipzig in the cemetery of Nossa Senhora do Livramento and plans to conduct a D.N.A. test with the help of a descendant of Adolf Hitler, after receiving permission to exhume the body of the one she is convinced that it is the German dictator.
Thank you Photoshop (?)
To further illustrate his point, she claims to have had no doubt after affixing a mustache using Photoshop to man in the photograph and comparing it to pictures of the Nazi leader.
Finally, she claims that a Polish nun says, she recognized Hitler in a hospital in Cuiaba in the early 80s and have seen forced into silence by his superior who claimed that his presence fell orders from the Vatican.
God grant that it was not due…
For history professor at the Federal University of Mato Grosso, Candido Rodrigues Moreira, such theses claimed by "called historians", who claim that Hitler died in South America are not new. It is moreover clear that hundreds of Nazis fled to the continent at the end of the war, as the doctor Josef Mengele, Auschwitz assets and died in 1979 in Brazil. Of conspiracy theories that are also based on the fact that no physical evidence has ever been able to confirm the Führer's suicide in a bunker in Berlin in 1945...