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Nazi bunker found in Argentina: but why bother keeping it a secret?

by | 23rd, March 2015

1961:  Austrian Nazi war criminal Karl Adolf Eichmann (1906 - 1962) on trial in Jerusalem.  (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

1961: Austrian Nazi war criminal Karl Adolf Eichmann (1906 – 1962) on trial in Jerusalem. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

 

Have they found a secret Nazi hideout in Argentina? Researchers at the University of Buenos Aires have found old German coins dated between 1938 and 1941 and bits of ‘Made In Germany’ china in buildings deep in a remote part of the jungle. Were these buildings in Teyu Cuare park in northern Argentina near Paraguay where Adolf Eichmann and his fellow Nazis hid out?

Eichmann was captured in Buenos Aires in 1960.

But many others evaded justice. What of Joseph Mengele, the personification of the evil men do?

 

A picture released on June 7, 1960 shows the house where nazi leader and war criminal Adolf Eichmann lived in a suburb of Buenos Aires before he was captured in a street by a team of Mossad and Shin Bet agents on May 11, 1960 and taken to Israel without being detected by Argentine authorities. Eichmann was tried, sentenced to death and executed in Jerusalem on May 30, 1962

A picture released on June 7, 1960 shows the house where nazi leader and war criminal Adolf Eichmann lived in a suburb of Buenos Aires before he was captured in a street by a team of Mossad and Shin Bet agents on May 11, 1960 and taken to Israel without being detected by Argentine authorities. Eichmann was tried, sentenced to death and executed in Jerusalem on May 30, 1962

 

Archaeologist Daniel Schavelzon, tells media:

“Apparently, halfway through the second world war, the Nazis had a secret project to build shelters for top leaders in the event of defeat – inaccessible sites in the middle of deserts, in the mountains, on a cliff or in the middle of the jungle like this.”

 

former German Nazi soldier turned Chilean sect leader Paul Schaefer being taken from a police station to be transferred to a prison in Marcos Paz city. A notorious former Nazi who headed the secretive German-speaking Dignity Colony was taken from his prison cell for treatment after breathing problems, 07 May 2007

Former German Nazi soldier turned Chilean sect leader Paul Schaefer being taken from a police station to be transferred to a prison in Marcos Paz city. A notorious former Nazi who headed the secretive German-speaking Dignity Colony was taken from his prison cell for treatment after breathing problems, 07 May 2007

 

It’s a bit odd to belive the Nazis contemplated defeat so early in the campaign for world dominance. And odder that they should think it necessary to hide in South America. Argentina’s Presedent Juan Perón (1946 to 1955) loved the Nazis.

 



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