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Had great hopes that the book will uncover some real interesting ...
on May 13, 2016
Had great hopes that the book will uncover some real interesting and unknown facts, sadly it is a rehash of WWII in brief with the final few chapters ( less than 1/8 of the book) actually dealing with how Hitler might have escaped and lived until the 1960s in Argentina. There is no supporting documentation, no photographs and no first person testimony supporting any of the author's claims. It reads like a fiction and Not a very good one. Yes, there are plenty of stories and legends on the subject but I would have thought this one should be different based on the publisher. Unfortunately, we still don't know more after this book. There are Nazis in South America, there is no doubt and the Ruasians may never have Hitler's skull but that does not make what is presented in this book more credible than another fiction.