Argentina: 128-year-old man claims he is Adolf Hitler

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An elderly man from Salta in Argentina claims that he’s the infamous German dictator Adolf Hitler and that he spent the last 70 years in hiding.

In an interview with the ultra-conservative newspaper El Patriota, the naturalized German immigrant explains that he arrived in the country in 1945 with a passport identifying him Herman Guntherberg.

He claims that his passport was a fake one produced by the Gestapo near the end of the war and that he’s actually the former Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler.

He says he’s decided to come out of hiding after the Israeli secret services officially abandoned their policy of pursuing former Nazi war criminals last year.

“I’ve been blamed for a lot of crimes that I’ve never committed. Because of that, I’ve had to spend more than half of my life hiding from Jews, so I’ve had my punishment already.”

The elderly man claims he’s preparing to publish his autobiography in order the restore his public image.

“I’ve been depicted as a bad guy only because we lost the war. When people read my side of the story, it will change the way the perceive me.”

He says his book will be written under the name Adolf Hitler and should be available in September.

Many people, including his wife of 55 years, Angela Martinez, believe that Herman Guntherberg isn’t really Adolf Hitler, but is simply suffering from dementia.

Ms. Martinez claims her husband never spoke about Hitler until approximately two years ago when he began showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

“Sometimes, he would forget who I was and where he was. He looked like he was in trance, and he would start talking about Jews and demons. Then he’d come back to normal.” 

She believes her husband may possibly have been a Nazi and that he may feel guilty about his past, but she’s convinced he’s not Hitler.

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Mr. Gunterberg’s wife claims he’s not Adolf Hitler, only a senile old man who is beginning to lose his mind.

Even if the elderly man’s claim seem rather questionable, they have sparked an animated debate in Israel and in the American Jewish community concerning the future of surviving Nazi war criminals.

Mossad had proved its ambition and global reach in the past with the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1960 in Argentina, but it has abandoned this mission over recent years.

The Wiesenthal Center, which is still trying to find and prosecute Nazi criminals, has publicly criticized Israel in March, saying the Jewish state was ‘barely cooperating’ to its mission.

More than 70 years after the end of World War 2, few states and institutions are still trying to find and prosecute the surviving Nazis and most of them will certainly die without ever being punished for their crimes.

20 Comments on "Argentina: 128-year-old man claims he is Adolf Hitler"

  1. His ears are longer, with longer lobes, quite different from Hitler. His eyes and eye sockets do not match.The tip of his nose, not the same and his upper lip is nothing like Hitler’s.

    • If He’s 128 years old, your skin loses its elasticity his lobes would have stretched out his eye sockets would look different aswell. look at his bone structure instead his chin looks similar just aged

    • Renkel Shingelstein | June 17, 2017 at 10:21 pm |

      Of course it’s not him! He doesn’t even have a moustache for God’s sake!

    • weinerphd | June 19, 2017 at 9:53 am |

      your ears do not stop growing, same as your nose.

    • you know that ears and nose grows in size trough your life constantly right?

    • Brian Ferry | August 2, 2017 at 4:49 am |

      To be fair the cartilage in your ears and nose grows with age, but to support your claim I’m pretty sure he had numerous health problems and would have most certainly not lived 70 years after WWII.

  2. My great grandfather was probably a SS officer or something, all i know is my grandmother was always secretive about the past of the family and her part of it came from Germany, he died peacefully decades ago.

    Suck it Jews ;p

  3. uh the oldest person alive isn’t even 128…

  4. Schlomo Goldstein | June 17, 2017 at 9:17 am | Reply

    MOSSAD here. Thank you for the tip. The surname got us confused.

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