COMMENT: A number of stories have surfaced over the years, pointing to Reichsleiter Martin Bormann’s escape  from Berlin at the end of World War II. Although some have proved to have been deliberately planted  in order to discredit investigators, available evidence suggests that the Third Reich and German fascism perpetuated themselves in underground fashion, utilizing the transnational corporate connections of the international cartel system and the political leverage afforded by those connections.
BRUSSELS — Top Nazi Martin Bormann , who German authorities say died in 1945, escaped Berlin and lived in Latin America disguised as a priest, a former Belgian collaborator said in an interview published Saturday.
Paul van Aerschodt, 88, who was sentenced to death in Belgium in 1946 but broke out of prison before his execution and now lives in Spain, told the Derniere Heure  newspaper he had met Bormann four times in La Paz, Bolivia, around 1960.
“Bormann had come from Paraguay and was plotting with some 20 officers a coup to overthrow (dictator Juan) Peron in Argentina,” van Aerschodt said. Read more »