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One of the biggest conspiracy theories following World War II is that Hitler actually survived the war. The story goes that he faked his own death, and then ran away to live in Spain.

Through the years, there have been many conspiracy theories as of where Hitler went after the war. There were even people claiming they saw him in Argentina few years ago. But the Spain conspiracy theory is one of the most popular.

This documentary tries to explain the Hitler survival myth. Even Eisenhower believed that Hitler might still be alive because they couldn’t find one tangible piece of evidence that Hitler was dead.

The story of Hitler remains one of the most popular and treasured myths. The documentary has collected all of the myths and conspiracies surrounding the events. In the end, it is up to you to choose what will you believe. Do you believe Hitler is alive? Or you are firmly convinced the Fuhrer did not survive Word War II?

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