That was the end of the endless theories about what the German leader of the Nazis died, and went to Antarctica to build a Fourth Reich. Adolf Hitler definitely died in Berlin in 1945, by taking cyanide and a bullet. This was reported by French researchers who received rare access to portions of the teeth of the dictator, kept in Moscow.
“These teeth are authentic, no doubt. Our study demonstrates that Hitler died in 1945”, told AFP Professor Philippe Charlier. “We can put an end to all the conspiracy theories about Hitler. He fled to Argentina in a submarine, not hidden on a hidden base in Antarctica or on the dark side of the moon”.
The study was published in the scientific journal European Journal of Internal Medicine.
The analysis of Hitler’s bad teeth, and numerous denture showed white sand and no trace of the meat fibers — the dictator was a vegetarian, says Charlier. In March and July of 2017, the FSB and the Russian State archive gave an opportunity for scientists to examine the bones of Hitler, for the first time since 1946. The French were also able to examine the skull fragment, left over from the Fuhrer, which found a hole on the left, probably left by the last bullet.
Samples from the fragment to take not allowed.
However, the morphology of the fragment was “fully compatible” with radiographie skull of Hitler, made a year before his death. Overall, the study confirmed the generally accepted history: Hitler died 30 April 1945 in his bunker in Berlin with Eva Braun. Now, however, scientists do not know what killed the Fuhrer: a bullet or a vial of cyanide. It could be both. In addition, his mouth was found no traces of gunpowder, so the gun was not aimed in your mouth, but rather in the neck or in the forehead.
Bluish deposits on his dentures can talk about “chemical reaction between cyanide and metal in prostheses”, scientists say.