Nazi U Boat Ship Wreck Found In Argentina Claim Hitler Escape From Submarine

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Nazi U Boat Ship Wreck Found In Argentina Claim Hitler Escape From Submarine

Buenos Aires: A fragment of a Nazi submarine has been found off the coast of the South American country of Argentina. The person who found this debris found under water says that this is the same submarine, which helped Hitler to escape. The debris, measuring 260 feet, was found near Quequen by members of the Missing Link Research Group. Group leader Abel Basti believes that Hitler did not die and that Hitler escaped from Germany via this Nazi ship. After leaving Germany, he was living a new life elsewhere.

Divers have visited the wreckage by the Argentine Navy and released the first images of it. Basti, 66, is a journalist and writer. He said, ‘My hypothesis is that Hitler had fled to Argentina. This submarine is the same through which Hitler escaped at the end of the war. Regarding the wreckage of the submarine, they believe that it had secretly arrived in the winter of 1945.
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deliberately sunk submarine
Basti says that the submarine was deliberately sunk. The reason for doing this was to eliminate any traces. Basti believes that Hitler was driven to an area built by German agents in Moromar, north of Quéquin. The U-boat U-530 surrendered in Argentina in 1945, when it was learned that it was carrying senior officers of the Nazi army. Most people believe that Hitler killed himself in Berlin in April 1945. Although some believe that he fled to Germany.
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Nazis fled to Argentina
When Germany was defeated in World War II, many Nazis fled Europe. It is also called Ratline. The Nazis who fled Germany are believed to have taken refuge in Latin America through a secret route. The Simon Weisenthal Institute published documents in 2020 detailing 12,000 Nazis who fled Argentina.

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