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Martin Bormann - NAZI in Exile

By Paul Manning - 1981

ISBN 0-8184-0309-8

From the Preface to the original 1981 edition

DID THE WORLD EVER REALLY KNOW MARTIN Bormann? A man of indescribably vast power and the sole trustee of Hitler’s secrets after May 1, 1945, in the Berlin bunker, Bormann continues to be the most controversial, perplexing figure of our times. There are those who wish him dead and continue to claim he is; for were he to emerge, it would embarrass the governments that assisted in his escape, the industrial and financial leaders who benefited from his acumen and transferred their capital to neutral nations in the closing days of World War II, and the businessmen of four continents who profited from the 750 corporations he established throughout the world as depositories of money, patents, bearer bonds, and shares in blue chip industries of the United States and Europe.

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Apart from those of Hugh Trevor-Roper, the English historian and former intelligence officer and Russian investigator Lev Bezymenski, this is the best known and most thoroughly researched of book making claiming that Martin Bormann did NOT die in April 1945.

The official narrative has it that he died whilst trying to escape the encirclement of Berlin by the Red Army on 30 April 1945. It rests largely on the testimony of Arthur Axeman, leader of the Hitler Youth and one of his companions on the break out attempt. He claims that he found Bormann's body after they went in separate directions and he was forced to double-back by a Red Army patrol. Soviet Lt. Gen. Konstantin Telegin recalls his men bringing him Bormann's diary. There were persistent reports of sightings from Munich to various South American locations over subsequent decades. In 1998 genetic tests on a scull by the German authorities apparently confirmed it was that of Martin Bormann but.....

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