Published On: Tue, Jul 4th, 2017

A 128-Year-Old Man From Argentina Claims to Be Hitler – He Is NOT

The oldest person ever lived was Jeanne Calment (1875–1997). She was 122 years and 164 days old when she died. This Adolf Hitler claims to be six years older than she was.

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In the past two days, these headlines have buzzed the net: There is a 128-year-old man named Herman Guttenberg – who lived in a small village in Argentina and claims to be Adolf Hitler.

The oldest person ever lived was Jeanne Calment (1875–1997). She was 122 years and 164 days old when she died. This “Adolf Hitler” claims to be six years older.

The claims also say that the Israeli Mossad succeeded in tracking him in the hunt for the last of the Nazis, and revealed that he had lived for 70 years in Argentina with a forged passport issued by the Gestapo.

Some sources in the network claim that the report came from a satirical site in Argentina.

A documentary on the History Channel ‘Hunting Hitler’ claims that the Fuhrer was spirited away to a secret military compound in Argentina, where he plotted to rebuild his Reich. The film-makers say that solid evidence of Hitler’s death is lacking.

Two British journalists co-writers of ‘Gray Wolf: The Flight of Adolf Hitler’ also claim that there are hints that he escaped Berlin alive in 1945.

And according to a DNA test of the skull found in the bunker (in which Hitler allegedly committed suicide), it was proven that the skull was not Hitler’s, and to this day there was no forensic evidence to conclude that he committed suicide.

In an interview with the Argentinian newspaper Al Petruita, Hermann Gutenberg said: “I have been described as bad just because we lost the war.

When people read my side of the story, it will change the way you perceive me.”

He claimed that Hitler had arrived in Argentina with forged passport and that Hermann Gutenberg was fictitious. “I had to pretend 70 years in the shadow to avoid persecution of Jews and human rights activists,” Gutenberg said in an interview.

Why is he releasing the information now? He claimed that he decided to emerge from his extended period in hiding as Mossad — the Israeli intelligence — officially abandoned their policy of chasing Nazi criminals a year ago.

His wife, who was interviewed a few days after his confession, quickly noted that he had dementia, but did not reject what he said.

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