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Why Did Gerard Williams and Simon Dunstan Receive Death Threats for Writing About Hitler’s Escape?

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[6]COMMENT: In FTR #791 [7], we high­light­ed research indi­cat­ing that Hitler did not die in the Bunker as believed. The authors of  Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler [8] posit that Allen Dulles and Mar­tin Bor­mann reached a deal to exchange Hitler for Ger­man mil­i­tary exper­tise ren­dered under Project Paper­clip and the spar­ing of the trea­sures of West­ern art.

In FTR #864 [9], we detailed Peter Lev­en­da’s research indi­cat­ing that Hitler may have ulti­mate­ly found his way to Indone­sia.

As not­ed by Williams, Dun­stan and Lev­en­da, many doc­u­ments about Hitler’s post­war where­abouts are still clas­si­fied, more than 70 years after his alleged death. WHY?

Fur­ther­more, the authors of Grey Wolf have been receiv­ing death threats! It is dif­fi­cult to imag­ine that death threats would be lodged against authors of a “dis­rep­utable” or “fan­tas­tic” vol­ume, as Williams and Dun­stan’s wor­thy book has been called.

” . . . Yes­ter­day, Swansea-born Williams, who grew up in Coy­church, Brid­gend, said: ‘We have ruf­fled some very big feath­ers. Tra­di­tion­al his­to­ri­ans don’t like it and cer­tain gov­ern­ments don’t like it. We have had some death threats already.’ . . . .”

Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler by Simon Dun­stan and Ger­rard Williams; Ster­ling [HC]; Copy­right 2011 by Simon Dun­stan, Ger­rard Williams and Spit­fire Recov­ery Ltd.; ISBN 978–1‑4027–8139‑1; p. 242. [8]

. . . . Dur­ing this peri­od [the late 1940’s], the FBI was tak­ing reports of Hitler being in Latin Amer­i­ca very seri­ous­ly. Thou­sands of doc­u­ments per­tain­ing to Hitler from these years are  still clas­si­fied as Top Secret on both sides of the Atlantic; nev­er­the­less, and despite the very heavy cen­sor­ship of the few files released into the pub­lic domain, some infor­ma­tion can be gleaned. . . .

“Death Threats for Hitler Book Author Ger­ard Williams;” Wales Online; 3/21/2013. [10]

A South Wales author who has sen­sa­tion­al­ly claimed Adolf Hitler escaped the bunker to live in Argenti­na says he and his research team have received death threats.

For­mer Brid­gend Gram­mar School pupil Ger­rard Williams, pic­tured, spent five years with mil­i­tary his­to­ri­an Simon Dun­stan research­ing Grey Wolf – The Escape of Adolf Hitler. It claims Hitler spent 17 years in the foothills of the Andes in Argenti­na until his death in 1962.

The book also claims Hitler’s escape was car­ried out with the bless­ing of the US author­i­ties who want­ed rock­et secrets and details of where price­less art trea­sures were hid­den.

Yes­ter­day, Swansea-born Williams, who grew up in Coy­church, Brid­gend, said: “We have ruf­fled some very big feath­ers.

“Tra­di­tion­al his­to­ri­ans don’t like it and cer­tain gov­ern­ments don’t like it. We have had some death threats already.”

Williams, who stud­ied jour­nal­ism in Cardiff and worked for the BBC and Sky News, said: “I dis­cov­ered the sto­ry while work­ing on a doc­u­men­tary about the Falk­lands War in Argenti­na.

”His­to­ry books say with Berlin’s Reich Chan­cellery vir­tu­al­ly sur­round­ed on April 30, 1945, Hitler shot him­self, while his new wife Eva Braun bit into a cyanide cap­sule to evade cap­ture. Their petrol-soaked bod­ies were then burned.

But Williams claims Hitler and Braun slipped out of the besieged Führerbunker via a secret tun­nel and were replaced by dou­bles cho­sen by Reichs­fuhrer Mar­tin Bor­mann.He says they were then whisked by plane to Spain and by sub­ma­rine to the Argen­tine coast at Necochea.

The body dou­bles were shot and burned. They lat­er had two daugh­ters. Williams said: “He and Braun sep­a­rat­ed in 1953, tak­ing the girls to live in the town of Nequen. In the ear­ly 2000s the women were still alive.“Hitler died on Feb­ru­ary 13, 1962 at 3pm.”

Williams spent five years with mil­i­tary his­to­ri­an Simon Dun­stan research­ing Grey Wolf – The Escape of Adolf Hitler.

It claims Hitler spent 17 years in the foothills of the Andes in Argenti­na until his death in 1962.

The book also claims Hitler’s escape was car­ried out with the bless­ing of the US author­i­ties who want­ed rock­et secrets and details of where price­less art trea­sures were hid­den.