When anyone mentions the name Martin Bormann most baby-boomers will know who he was, they will also be quick to tell you that even though there was a wild goose chase across the globe to find him, he certainly died in 1945, proved they say, by the finding of his bone fragments in Berlin in 1972. Martin Bormann Hitler’s right hand man and chancellor, the man that controlled all of the vast Nazi loot was tried in absentia in April 1946 at the Nuremberg studies. Found guilty of war offenses and sentenced to death by hanging, Bormann evaded the noose due to his mysterious disappearance.

Two Nazi witnesses at the Nuremberg studies testified to the fact that they had seen Bormann and fellow Nazi, Doctor Ludwig Stumpfegger dead, only hours after fleeing the bunker where Hitler had purportedly put a topic through his brain. One going as far as to say that she had even seen Bormann’s dead ”moonlit face”.

From 1945 the look for Martin Bormann was on. During the confusion of those early post war years, the Western side German government kept heat up, but UKUSA’s ‘hunt’ was only, If anything, luke-warm. A concentrated search effort had been manufactured in 1945 around the site of the supposed ‘moonlit’ scenario of Bormann and Stumpfegger, with who he was last seen alive. With the main benefit of large numbers of allied soldiers on the floor to co-ordinate good search, no stone was left unturned. The same was done independently by a European recon group, after Lieutenant General Konstantin Telegin, of the Soviet 6th Shock Military was delivered NY Escorts of a work schedule reported to be of Bormann’s, found near the same site.

In those early post war years, it was not yet a ‘cold case’, with memories still fresh and the ground still soft. Such corpses although decomposed, would have certainly been on, or near the surface and easily well-known with the minimum of forensics; but not as much as a small bit of weed was found of either man. At least they had some disputable charred remains of Hitler, but the bodies of Bormann and Stumpfegger had literally disappeared into thin air, along with the Nazi loot.

But after construction workers came across human remains near the Lehrter station in Berlin in 1972, the world’s press gathered to know if this became indeed Bormann. Bormann’s Nazi dentist Doctor Hugo Blaschke was called and he remembered from memory his former patient’s dental physiology and gave accounts that they were one and the same, the case was closed. It was not until 1998 that due to modern science the remains were subjected to a DNA forensic study by the Western side German prosecutor. The reason for this new 1998 investigation was that in 1996 Christopher Creighton, sometimes referred to as John Ainsworth-Davis a former British Naval Brains agent and member of the concealed British group C. I. P. P (Combined Operations Pilotage Parties) had published a book, OPJB(Operation James Bond). In the book, Creighton using a pseudonym claims that along with Ian Fleming, he was told by Winston Churchill and Desmond Morton the pinnacle of Secret British brains section V to rescue Martin Bormann from a burning Berlin in May 1945. The book, passed off as a novel to protect Creighton from serious breach consequences of the Official Secrets Act unsettled the German government so much that a thorough forensics and DNA investigation was carried out on the remains. The forensic results came back after the legal medical team matched blood from a Bormann relative, the match was positive.

A confirmation of the remains being those of Bormann was released to the world’s press, along with the statement that Martin Bormann had certainly died in 1945 at the site his remains were found.

Due to the 1998 DNA confirmation of the Skeleton, Modern historians teach their students that stories of Bormann getting out of to South america are false, activities like the rantings of conspiracy theorists and madmen. Investigative journalists and even former brains agents have been continually slandered after they have released information to the contrary, that there’s been a conceal by the western allies, that not only did Bormann escape, but his escape was orchestrated by the British brains services with the support of the united states government.

Anyone that dares to increase any questions for the true character of Bormann’s disappearance and death, are discredited based only on the DNA match which confirm the remains as being Bormann. But why are there such conflicting stories between the official version and the version by those that have seriously investigated this strange case for decades? Bormann’s remains were found in 1972, but did he really die in 1945? And what exactly is endangered if the facts were proved that she died much later than we are led to believe? Even though his remains were found in 1972 in Berlin, it does not mean that his body had lain there since 1945 and there is no evidence to suggest such. In fact, there is more evidence to suggest strong play by the British and American brains services, that Bormann did escape and after his death in the late 1960’s his remains were carefully reburied in the place history loves to believe he chop down.

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