Investigator claims Nazi leader fled to Barcelona instead of committing suicide in Berlin bunker. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler spent a month in Spain before fleeing Europe for South America, according to an Argentine investigator. Abel Basti claims to have found an FBI document, which states Hitler did not commit suicide in his Berlin bunker. Instead, he flew to Spain with lover Eva Braun and 13 high-ranking Nazi officials. “Eichmann passed through here too. I worked with him for a year at the Mercedes Benz factory up in Buenos Aires but never met him here in Bariloche. “He was very quiet.” The men so casually dropped into conversation by Priebke are Auschwitz concentration camp’s grotesque “Angel of Death” Dr Josef Mengele and Adolf Eichmann, coldly efficient architect of the Holocaust.
Controversial book; Grey Wolf, The Escape Of Adolf Hitler, by British authors Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan, published in October 2011, describes how Hitler and wife Eva Braun even had two daughters who were still alive around a decade ago. The mountains around Bariloche — so like the Bavarian Alps beloved by the Nazi hierarchy — were a home-from-home for a Nazi on the run in the late Forties. The secluded little town had long had Nazi sympathisers in its midst such as Adolph Eichmann who lived in Bariloche for years in the open.
The wreck of a World War 2 Nazi submarine has been found washed up on the coast of Argentina November 7th, 2015 which experts believe to be the remnants of a German U-boat. It’s even possible that Hitler himself left Germany in one of these U-boats, as reports of Hitler fleeing to Argentina have recently surfaced on the FBI’s own website. The discovery of a German U-boat in Argentinian waters, the farthest of any known WW2 German submarine wreck ever found, is already exciting the imagination of WW2 historians who believe many Nazi high ranking officials might have used this kind of transport to flee Germany after the defeat of the Axis powers in 1945.
CEDADE (from the initials of Círculo Español de Amigos de Europa or 'Spanish Circle of Friends of Europe') was a Spanish neo-Nazi group that concerned itself with co-ordinating international activity and publishing. Initially led by Ángel Ricote, the group looked towards Italian fascism for inspiration, but under Pedro Aparicio it moved towards a Nazi position. CEDADE headquarters were located in Barcelona Spain.