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Default New Study Confirms Hitler Died in 1945

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...w-study-teeth/

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Personally never had much doubt.
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Does this mean that some bloke called Friedrich Schmitt has been scoffing cream cakes in South America all this time?
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Good.
That'll teach him for trying to kid the Home Guard of Warmington On Sea, the swine.
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Died in 1945? Couldn't have. He was deputy-headmaster at my old school.

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Sadly about 15 years too late.
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RIP.
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RIF, you mean. His English wasn't very good.
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Simply proves the Russians had a tooth......probably left there deliberately by Martin Bormann, who slyly left a piece of his own skull under a Berlin bridge
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