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The Conspiracy Theory That Adolf Hitler Didn't Really Commit Suicide

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As history has it, Adolf Hitler and his new wife, Eva Braun, were burned in the streets of Berlin during the final days of World War II. The deaths were understood to be suicides. But conspiracy theorists have looked at a few pieces of evidence that may suggest Hitler didn't commit suicide, but rather lived on after the war. Get all the details in the video below.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. Adolf Hilter's nephew was originally name William Patrick Hitler, but changed it to William Patrick Stuart-Houston after World War II. 00:01

  2. The FBI allowed William Patrick Stuart-Houston to join the U.S. Navy during WWII, despite him being a British citizen and the nephew of Adolf Hitler. 02:05

  3. The surviving brothers of Hitler's nephew made a pact to never have children in order to kill his bloodline. 02:43

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