Hitler of the Andes

Documentaries, 2003, 48 minutes
Hitler of the Andes
Declassified FBI documents trace an 11-year investigation of rumors that Hitler survived Germany's defeat in 1945, escaping via U-boat to Argentina.
The documentaries Hitler of the Andes was released in 2003 and lasts 48 minutes. Parental guidance suggested

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Score: 6.8 of the 10

The film follows the story of the FBI's 11-year investigation into the rumors that Hitler had survived the war and had escaped to Argentina. An adventure encompassing an alleged escape from the ruins of Berlin by Aeroplane to Norway; followed by a U-Boat journey to South America and a retirement in the decaying splendor of the Eden Hotel, in the foothills of the Andes.



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