America’s foremost authority on
WWII U-boat warfare says he has proof Martin Bormann—and Adolf Hitler—escaped
the Berlin Bunker. And now, here’s the book WWII buffs have been waiting for.
In 1984, Harry Cooper, a former
Naval Reserve officer and the found of Sharkhunters, received a letter from one
of the many surviving WWII members of the organization. The man, appearing as
Don Angel Alcazar de Velasco, said he was a Spaniard and that he had worked for
Japanese and German intelligence. He made more astounding claims, the most
amazing of which was that it was he who smuggled top Nazi Martin Bormann out of
Berlin via U-Boat to South America. It was Bormann who knew where the massive
Nazi bank accounts were, ready to fund a planned National Socialist resurgence.
Don Angel also said he knew what happened to Hitler and that he most certainly
did not die in the Fuhrerbunker.
After extensive fact checking,
background research and the submission of the manuscript to exacting scrutiny
from a select group of World War II experts, no one could poke a single hole
anywhere in Don Angel’s story. This is not just another “Hitler lived” book
based on innuendo, rumor and fourth-hand information. Instead, Escape From
The Bunker: The Escape of Adolf Hitler and Martin Bormann from the Fürherbunker
as Told by Nazi Spy Don Angel Alcazar de Velasco is the true and detailed
recollections of the man who safely delivered Martin Bormann to Argentina and
believes he met an aging Hitler in 1953.
Softcover, 96 pages
This book is the faithful transcription
of a 1984 letter from a man I knew through my organization Sharkhunters, which focuses
on the authentic history of WWII submarines and their captains and crews from
all nations. This fellow wrote me a letter one day telling me a fanciful story
of his experience as a World War II spy and ‘Nazi smuggler.’ He claimed he was
a Spaniard and that his name was Don Angel Alcazar de Velasco. He claimed he
smuggled Hitler’s second, Martin Bormann, out of the Berlin bunker and smuggled
him to South America. He claimed that in 1953 he met a man who those around him
called ‘the Fuhrer.’ The man bore an uncanny likeness to an aging Adolf Hitler.
Don Angel said he had heard that Hitler escaped Berlin as well, drugged and
whisked away by those in his inner circle. The ‘dead Hitler’ was nothing more
than a double. The claims were so fantastic—but so fascinating—I checked him
out through surviving WWII contacts I still have who are members of
Sharkhunters. He was who he said he was. The more I read the manuscript—spending
hours with other experts trying to poke holes in the story—the more I realized
there was a very good chance this man was telling the truth. Now I know he was.
— Harry Cooper