Did Hitler Survive? JFKFiles Include Document Purporting to Show Hitler Was Alive in Colombia in 1955

    Updated: October 29, 2017 at 11:29 pm EST  See Comments

    Did Hitler survive in Colombia? A document from the JFK Files may prove Hitler indeed survived.


    The document is from October 3rd, 1955 and has the classification of Secret. The paragraph outlining the possibility of Hitlers survival reads; “Cimelody-3’s friend stated that during the latter part of September 1955, a Philip Citroen, former German SS trooper, stated to him confidentially that Adolph Hitler is still alive.” See the whole document below.

    Did Hitler Survive?

    The paragraph continues; “Citroen claimed to have contacted Hitler about once a month in Colombia on his trip from Maracaibo to that country as an employee of the KNSM (Royal Dutch) Shipping Co. in Maracaibo. Citroen indicated to Cimelody-3’s friend that he took a picture with Hitler not too long ago, but did not show the photograph. He also stated that Hitler left Colombia for Argentina around January 1955. Citroen commented that inasmuch as ten years have passed since the end of World War II, the Allies could no longer prosecute Hitler as a criminal of war.”  

    Below is the purported photograph of Mr Citroen and Adolph Hitler as mentioned in the final paragraph on the above image.


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    I tend to believe Hitler made it out alive. Harry Cooper wrote an interesting book “Hitler in Argentina” – he states that he himself has… Read more »


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