John Cencich expand their investigation as to how Adolf Hitler could have escaped Berlin under siege. Lenny joins Gerrard Williams to investigate if Hitler could have arrived in Spain and remained hidden with the help of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Share Just when the crumb trail was revealing too much, from known leads dating back nearly 80 years, did the show get cancelled. Are there current political leaders that can be connected to the Nazis? Meanwhile, Tim Kennedy and Alasdair Brooks, historical archaeologist, reunite with Daniel Schavelzon at the mysterious Nazi lair in Misiones, Argentina. I have always thought that the Moscow invasion was just a decoy for the rest of the world to think the two crazies turned on each other, when in reality it was likely a clever backup plan to protect Hitler, no matter what the German and Russian armed forces thought was happening at the time. Is that the reason it stopped? John Cencich continue their investigation into the death of Adolf Hitler by sending teams into three countries: Germany, Spain, and Argentina. Unfortunately, true history will never be fully understood, because corporate agendas prevent truth from becoming mainstream! The topic is very interesting and very plausible.
Following files that place Hitler in Denmark after the war, Lenny and James Holland head to Denmark, where they investigate an airstrip and a massive bunker system and meet with local experts to uncover Hitler's possible escape route. Lenny DePaul uncovers an escape route from Hitler's bunker in Berlin to nearby Tempelhof Airport, where multiple Nazi airplanes took off under the cover of darkness. Why is there still fear in those speaking of the Nazis? After what we have seen from our spineless polititions the last 40 years is this really suprising? With its popularity, I can only assume the above suggested conclusion to be true. Good background noise while possibly learning something. They discover a new building that could be more than just a hideout—it could be a military compound! Have they been threatened by the Underworld, the scrum of the earth, the Catholic church, the Red Cross, those who helped Hitler stay in power so long? While investigating makeshift runways as an escape from Berlin by air, the team finds reason to believe Hitler would have had a stopping point on the way to Spain. Inside the compound they find clues pointing to the potential forming of a Fourth Reich.
Programming subject to regional availability, blackouts, and device restrictions. If only this was a Panorama programme instead of a History Channel one. John Cencich uncover Hitler's potential next moves in Argentina, where a close confidant of the Fuhrer operated a mysterious hotel. The original idea of the show was to investigate the claims to learn why they were made and whether surviving —particularly any of Hitler's right-hand men—escaped in a manner consistent with the loosely reported sightings made to the U. Pricing, channels, features, content, and compatible devices subject to change. Armed with 14,000 declassified files from international intelligence agencies, the team opens new lines of inquiry in their investigation that spans thousands of miles.
While investigating makeshift runways as an escape from Berlin by air, the team finds reason to believe Hitler would have had a stopping point on the way to Spain. I am disappointed not to know what happened to him! So the show was a tease and ended before real the truth came out. Up north, Lenny and Gerrard investigate a massive Nazi compound hiding under the perfect cover. I think the United States has know that Hitler survived along and they can't take the change that the people of the United States, Canada and other parts of the world not only will find out that Hitler survived but that they knew about it the whole time. History cancelled Hunting Hitler after 3 seasons on March 6, 2018. Lenny DePaul and Sascha Keil find a never before discovered tunnel leading from Hitler's bunker directly to Tempelhof Airport where Hitler's personal plane awaited. Shop this to another network, Go Fund it, find a way.
Inside the compound they find clues pointing to the potential forming of a Fourth Reich. The problem is that it could have been covered in half the time or less. Hunting Hitler is a History Channel series exploring the feasibility of a specific theory about the death of Adolf Hitler: that he escaped from Berlin and fled to South America where he lived out the rest of his life. Ultimately the team is led to the Canary Islands, where they uncover a possible Enigma machine and tunnels used to supply German U-boats with torpedoes. The team makes a shocking discovery of a positively identified and validated 4th microfilm copy of Hitler's Last Will and Testament from the anonymous source. It's like an ice burg, there's more below the surface than what you see on top.
The team uncovers a mysterious Nazi lair in the Argentinean jungle and searches for evidence of a missing U-boat that may have transported Hitler out of Europe as Germany collapsed. Part 2: The Compound While investigating makeshift runways, the team finds reason to believe Adolf Hitler would have had a stopping point on the way to Spain; Lenny and historian James Holland head to Denmark, where they investigate an airstrip and a bunker system. A third season follows an asset mapping strategy in an attempt to zero in on an escape route. The second season expanded the sources for research to declassified documentation from the , , and Argentinian, Russian and German authorities. Panorama seems to be more concerned with the truth rather than individuals' feelings. Hitler didn't have the personality that would support the idea of his suicide.
As the investigation pushes further into Argentina, Tim Kennedy infiltrates a German town known for harboring Nazis after the war. The three-building site yields a trove of Nazi artifacts as well as evidence of a structure of unexplained opulence. The Global Cabal must censor how the system Napoleon, Jefferson, Lincoln,and Eisenhower warned about works. The case is presented in order to determine whether the evidence is enough to make the 75 year old cold case reopen. Knowing that Hitler had access to another way out of the bunker, they begin investigating areas that could have served as a makeshift runway out of Berlin. The show was conceived due to the recent declassification of documents exploring whether Hitler might still be alive in the late 1940s. Share I agree with the rest, that cancelling this show was just plain wrong.