We are all taught that the Red Army surrounded Berlin and that, faced with capture by the Soviet Union, Adolf Hitler and his new wife Eva Braun (Hitler) committed suicide in the Führerbunker. Don't believe it - Josef Stalin knew better as did most of the world leaders of the time! Stalin even made a great fuss about Hitler's escape in statements he made in July of 1945 - more than two months after the alleged suicide.
Author Harry Cooper has worked on this for two and a half decades with dozens of trips to German, Austria, the Soviet Union, Russia and since 2008 four expeditions to Argentina, to Chile and Brazil where he found the remains of the nuclear research facility in a remote part of Argentina that was built in 1947, two years AFTER the war ended; built by German scientists.
It is well known that two German submarines surrendered in Argentina well after the German surrender. U-530 surrendered in late July 1945 and U-977 surrendered in early August but the surrender order came on May 8. Why did they take three months to surrender? And why at the other end of the