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Hitler after WWII

Posted Saturday, December 27, 2008, at 1:46 PM

A movie titled VALKYRIE, starring Tom Cruise, was release on December 26, 2008. It's the story of the assassination attempt on Adolph Hitler in 1944.

There's nothing like a good Nazi movie to cheer everyone up during the Holiday Season.

Adolph Hitler was born in April of 1889 In Austria. He was a decorated veteran of World War I and joined the National Socialist German Workers Party, also called the Nazi Party, in 1920. In 1921, he became leader of the Nazi Party, and in 1933 became Fuhrer (ruler) of Germany.

Hitler was a fascist dictator who believed in totalitarianism. His goal was to conquer the world and cleanse it of undesirables. It would be a New World Order controlled by the master race (Aryans).

By 1937, Germany and its allies (Japan, etc.) occupied most of Europe, large parts of Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean.

This bit of global mischief brought about World War II, which involved over 100 million military personnel before it was over.

In September of 1939, Germany invaded Poland.

In June of 1941, 3 million German troops invaded Russia.

On December 7, 1941, Japan attacked the U.S. Navy Fleet at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.

On December 11, 1941, Hitler declared war on the United States of America.

Good luck, Mr. Fuhrer.

On June 6, 1944, U.S. Armed Forces landed in France and began marching toward Germany

In August of 1945, the USA dropped a couple of atomic bombs on Japan and that was the end of it.

Enough is enough.

Among the many atrocities committed by the Nazis was the systematic extermination of an estimated 6 million people they considered to be unworthy as human beings, primarily Jews, Gypsies (Eastern Europeans, Balkans), Slavs (Indo-European), Soviet Bolsheviks. homosexuals, and others who did not meet the high standards of superiority of the Aryan race.

According to researcher Sean David Morton of Delphi Associates, Hitler survived World War II.

Magda Zeitfeld's father, a plastic surgeon, operated the largest plastic surgery clinic in Berlin, Germany, in the 1930s. He put Magda and her brother through medical school and they both soon joined his medical practice.

When World War II broke out, Magda was given a commission into the German Army and assigned to the SS.

Magda supervised a program that created doubles for Nazis, which were performed by plastic surgery at her father's clinic.

There were four doubles created for Hitler. Same height and build. They were trained to master Hitler's voice and distinctive walk. Faces and dental work were altered. Even their spines were broken in the same place where Hitler had been injured during World War I.

In the fall of 1943, three high-level Nazis came to Magda's father's clinic wanting their faces altered. Unknown to the SS, her father consulted Magda during the process and she made drawings of the men's final appearances.

Two of the men were Adolph Hitler and Martin Bormann. Magda did not recognize the third man.

According to Morton, "it is an established fact that Hitler never gave a public speech after the fall of 1943."

Shortly thereafter, Magda's father and the entire clinic staff were murdered. The clinic was burned to the ground, along with all the files.

Subsequently, every doctor ever associated with Hitler had simply vanished.

On April 30, 1945, Hitler supposedly committed suicide and was burned beyond recognition outside of his bunker in Berlin.

The Russian Army was the first to reach the bunker. The only person who could be located to identify Hitler was a dental assistant who had twice cleaned Hitler's teeth. Under pressure from the Russians, the dental assistant drew a sketch of her recollection of Hitler's teeth.

After much debate, it was concluded it matched the teeth of the mutilated body found outside Hitler's Bunker.

In 1943, the year Hitler visited Magda's father's clinic and stopped making public appearances, a man named Krespi arrived at the Vatican claiming to have come from an Italian/Austrian family in Northern Italy.

Coincidentally, Hitler's mother was a Roman Catholic from Northern Italy. Italian was Hitler's first language and all he spoke until age 12. Newsreels from the era show him speaking fluent Italian to Mussolini.

Vatican City, a walled enclave within the City of Rome that headquarters the Roman Catholic Church, has the status of a sovereign country and diplomatic immunity.

Father Krespi served as a novitiate and was ordained into the priesthood without ever leaving Vatican City, which has never happened before or since.

As a Novitiate, he became Art Curator of the Vatican Archives, a position far above his status.

After the war, SS Col. Magda Zeitfeld surrendered to U.S. Army Col. Kevin Stapleford, head of the OSS (today known as the CIA). During her debriefing, Magda told Stapleford about the Hitler doubles.

Years later, Magda Zeitfeld and Kevin Stapleford were married and moved to Tucson, Ariz.

In 1956, Father Krespi was assigned by the Vatican as the head of the Saliciano Order in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Years earlier, Martin Bormann, a Nazi leader and private secretary to Adolph Hitler, had also initially been given sanction in the Vatican and had relocated to Cuenca, Ecuador.

Kevin Stapleford died in the 80s, shortly after he and Magda had bought another house. The man who sold the house to the Staplefords introduced Magda to a friend, Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens (Ret.), to help Magda arrange a military funeral for Kevin.

When Stevens met Magda at her home, he expressed admiration for her art pieces because it reminded him of a magnificent collection he had recently seen in a tiny Catholic Church while in Cuenca, Ecuador, searching for old Spanish art.

Stevens went on to relate how the person in charge of the artwork, Father Krespi, showed him a storeroom containing thousands of paintings, worth billions of dollars, stacked on their sides or rolled up as if they had been cut out of their frames.

Later, Stevens showed Magda slides he had taken of the artwork.

Magda had been in Hitler's office many times and recognized one of the slides. It was a Raphael masterpiece that once hung behind Hitler's desk. She soon spotted a piece that had been looted from her family's ancestral home in Bavaria.

The entire art collection in the storeroom of the tiny Catholic Church in Ecuador was plunder from Europe during World War II.

Magda told Stevens the story of how her father had altered Hitler's appearance.

After comparing his photos of Father Krespi in the 80s to photos of Hitler in the 40s, Stevens soon became convinced of what Magda already knew -- Father Krespi was Hitler.

Father Krespi died in 1993.

Over 2,000 people from around the world, including Stevens, attended the funeral.

Soon thereafter, Father Krespi's priceless art collection was flown out of the country aboard two cargo jets.

To this day, Father Krespi's white marble tomb is polished every week and lavished with flowers, paid for by anonymous donors.

Hitler attempted to create a New World Order by conquering the world through brute force. He was a diabolic egomaniac who presumed superiority over others. Suicide was never one of his options.

These days, those who seek to create a New World Order do so through power brokers and international bankers behind closed doors.

The lust for control of Planet Earth continues.

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Quote for the Day -- "Demoralize the enemy from within by surprise, terror, sabotage, assassination. This is the war of the future." Adolph Hitler

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This is fascinating. As a Catholic I see nothing strange in a marble tomb and also 2000 people at the funeral of a popular priest, especially in south America.

Surely, though, the traditional account of a demented, obsessed Hitler dying in the bunker after a mass suicide by the Goebbels and his wife is a much simpler explanation of the end of the Third Reich?

It all seems to rest on the testimony of just one person too.

And, at the end of the day, you haven't even got the art collection to prove your story, have you?

Nevertheless it was a good read! Perhaps a good novel too?

-- Posted by prziloczek on Mon, Dec 29, 2008, at 11:45 AM


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Bret Burquest is a former award-winning columnist for The News (2001-2007) and author of four novels. He has lived in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Kansas City, Memphis and the middle of the Arizona desert. After a life of blood, sweat and tears in big cities, he has finally found peace in northern Arkansas where he grows tomatoes, watches sunsets and occasionally shares the Secrets of the Universe (and beyond) with the rest of the world.
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