The Russian researcher cited a case from practice, which can be considered as one of the proofs of the death of the Nazi leader.
Today, there are a huge number of dark spots and outright speculations about the death of Hitler. Many sources, for example, indicate that the Fuhrer did not shoot himself, but took poison (or both). Others generally argue that the Nazi leader survived World War II and could have been hiding for a long time somewhere in Latin America. The latter, of course, especially attracts all kinds of falsifiers who are trying to develop this topic in every possible way. Most often, in such cases, they refer to people who are no longer alive, or to documents that have not been preserved.
According to Vasily Khristoforov, chief researcher at the Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, all these versions should not be taken seriously. As an argument, the scientist cited one case from practice in his interview. According to him, in the 2000s, a professor from the United States visited the Central Archives of the FSB of the Russian Federation, where a fragment of Hitler's jaw is kept. The purpose of the visit was to study the circumstances of Hitler's death. “And suddenly, unexpectedly for the staff of the archive, he took out an X-ray of the jaw, taken during Hitler's life, from his portfolio. And this photograph has been at the disposal of the American special services since the end of the war, nowhere and never was it mentioned, nowhere did it appear,”Khristoforov said.
A scientist from the United States checked the image with the fragments of the jaw and said that everything was the same. Vasily Khristoforov noted that since no "sensation" happened, the visit went unnoticed in the media. At the same time, an employee of the Institute of Russian History called the American specialist himself a "professor in uniform."
Recall that in 2017 it was reported that a cache was found near the Argentine capital, where 75 artifacts of the Third Reich were stored. According to researchers, some of them were used by Hitler himself. It was announced about the discovery of a bas-relief portrait of the Fuhrer, knives, an hourglass with Nazi markings, a statue of an eagle on a swastika and a box of children's harmonicas. According to experts, the artifacts were brought to Argentina after the collapse of Germany. Meanwhile, it is wrong to consider them as strong evidence of the successful escape of the Fuhrer.