There is no unequivocal legal evidence that Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide. Stalin in Potsdam on July 17, 1945 insisted that Hitler managed to escape, and Zhukov on August 6 said: "We did not find the identified Hitler's corpse." DNA examination of a fragment of "Hitler's skull" showed that in reality it belonged to a woman of 30-40 years old; it is proved that "the corpse of Eva Braun" had nothing to do with Eva Braun herself.

Yes, and it would be strange for Hitler to commit suicide, given that, at least since the summer of 43, a large-scale and systematic preparation for the evacuation was going on in the Reich. First, the leadership of the party, state and SS were to be evacuated from Germany. Secondly, gold, art objects.

Thirdly, archives and the most advanced technology at that time. From the age of 43, Bormann began to create hundreds of corporations outside the Reich, in which Nazi money, mainly "party gold", was invested. This task was accomplished as part of an operation codenamed “Flight of the Eagle”. Accounts were opened in foreign banks, investment funds were created in foreign companies. For example, in 43-45, more than two hundred German firms registered their branches in Argentina.

Monetary and other assets, such as patents for inventions, were transferred through shell companies in Switzerland, Spain and Portugal to the Argentine branches of German banks. The funds were then channeled to German companies operating in Argentina, such as the automobile manufacturer Mercedes Benz, the first Mercedes plant built outside Germany. Headquarters overstated production costs for their overseas subsidiaries. The amounts obtained from the difference between the real price and the price of the transfer were secretly deposited in Argentine banks, and they could be withdrawn after the war, without fear of suspicion from the Argentine authorities and even more so from the Western allies.

These same companies became a source of employment for Nazi war criminals after 45 years. For example, Adolf Eichmann worked at a Mercedes Benz plant in a town on the outskirts of Buenos Aires under the name of Ricardo Clement from 59 to 11 May 60, until he was kidnapped by Israeli intelligence agents MOSSAD. Another important aspect of Operation Eagle Flight was the acquisition of stakes or stakes in foreign companies, especially in North America. To solve this problem, Bormann turned to the once largest player in such games - IG Farben (And Ge Farben).

Since its founding in 1926, this giant has acquired many American companies and they have become part of this worldwide cartel. By the time Germany declared war on the United States, IG Farben owned controlling stakes in 170 American companies and was a minority shareholder in another 108 companies. Bormann sought advice from its President Hermann Schmitz and former Reich Minister of Economics, Dr. Hjalmar Schacht. Together they coordinated the movement of Nazi funds through Swiss banks, the Bank for International Settlements, or through third parties. __

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