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Adolf Hitler’s teeth to prove that he died in 1945

By José Carlos Palma /Smartencyclopedia

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There are many theories about the death of Adolf Hitler. Human imagination leads us to make stories about history itself. this is one of the subjects that as a reporter of history intrigues me. When history decides to leave the closing of the fact or action suspended. There are many theories about the death of Adolf Hitler. Human imagination leads us to make stories about history itself. this is one of the subjects that as a reporter of history intrigues me the most. When the story decides to leave the closing of the act or action suspended. This is a subject I covered in Paris in 2018, where science seems to have put an end to theories.

In a new study, French scientists analyzed fragments of Adolf Hitler’s teeth to prove that he died in 1945, after taking cyanide and shooting himself in the head. The research, published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine in May 2018, seeks to end conspiracy theories about Adolf Hitler’s death through scientific analysis of the dictator’s teeth and skull.

“Our study proves that Hitler died in 1945,” lead study author Philippe Charlier. “The teeth are authentic, there is no possible doubt.”

Though it’s widely established that Hitler died in his bunker in Berlin, rumors of his escape abound. Their research proves that “he did not flee to Argentina in a submarine, he is not in a hidden base in Antarctica or on the dark side of the moon,” said Charlier.

In late April 1945, as Soviet forces stormed Berlin, Hitler made plans for his suicide, including testing SS-supplied cyanide pills on his Alsatian, Blondi, and dictating a final will and testament. Two days earlier, Mussolini had been shot and publicly hanged by his feet in a suburban square in Milan, Italy: A similar fate seemed inevitable.

Late on April 30, the bodies of Hitler and his new wife, Eva Braun, were found in the bunker, with a bullet hole in Hitler’s temple.

José Carlos Palma, the Smartencyclopedia in Paris!

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