• Hitler. In Argentina. But no “Teutonic Conspiracy of 1000 years”

    Author(s):
    Bruno Antonio Buike (see profile)
    Date:
    2020
    Subject(s):
    South America, Germany, History, World War (1939-1945)
    Item Type:
    Book
    Tag(s):
    Hitler survival, Nazis, ratlines, Ordo Teutonicus, German history, World War II
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/p6fd-0p21
    Abstract:
    Neuss: Bruno Buike 2020, 328 p., E76 - Once few British writers were laughed at coming forward with the claim of "Hitler in Argentina" - until Igor witkowski (Poland) and Abel Basti (Argentina) could deliver new materials recently, which would fit neatly into the thesis of a "surviving NAZI-underground empire" as in some books of Joseph P. Farrel and Richard Hoagland. Such research here is amplified by additional materials, some of which in meantime have vanished from internet. Otherwise the Farrell-idea of "Hitler being "initiate" of a socalled secret mystery of the Order of German Knights" was discussed and rejected: Hitler dissolved the Order Teutonicus in 1938, persecuted its members and robbed their materila riches! Sorry, Joseph P. Farrell!
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    item is seflpublished and registered to German National Library
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