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No, Adolf Hitler Didn't Survive The War And Go To Live On The Moon

No, Adolf Hitler Didn't Survive The War And Go To Live On The Moon

It probably shouldn't be controversial at this point to say that Adolf Hitler isn't alive and living on the moon, but you can never be too sure. Anyway, here it goes, Hitler isn't alive, and he isn't living on the moon.

A team of French researchers have completed one of the few studies of Hitler's corpse that has been allowed since the end of the Second World War and confirmed that, as most people have known for more than seven decades, the Führer did, in fact, die in Berlin in May 1945.

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The team of pathologists studied a set of Hitler's teeth, which were removed from the bunker in 1945 and taken to Moscow. They were the first scientists to be allowed to inspect them in 70 years and they concluded that they were unmistakably those of Adolf Hitler.

Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler

There have been several long-standing conspiracy theories about Hitler and the higher echelons of the Nazi Party. Some held that he escaped to South America, while some of the most unusual said that he had gone to live on the moon.

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The Nazis on the Moon theory was linked to conspiracy theories about the Luftwaffe's aerial capacities, but few serious people have ever believed it.

It has seen the most prominence via the movie Iron Sky, a low budget Nazisploitation film with the tagline "In 1945, the Nazis went to the moon - in 2012 they're coming back." Get that on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: World News, History, adolf hitler, Moon

Mike Wood

Mike Meehall Wood is a freelance journalist and translator. He writes for LADbible, VICE and countless sports publications, focusing on rugby league, football and boxing. He is a graduate of Leeds University and maintains a fizzy pop obsession. Contact Mike at [email protected]

 

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