In her recent book "Hitler in Brazil", Simoni Renee Guerreiro Dias claimed last month that Hitler did not die after the Second World War, as is commonly believed. Instead, when he understood that the war would end up with defeat, he fled to Paraguay, then Argentina, and lived there until he was 95 years old.
Archeologists have discovered stone structures in a remote jungle in the northern Argentina, which are believed to have been built as shelters for Nazis.
Working for Buenos Aires University, the archeologists draw attention to the fact that the shelters were hidden well and built in a different way compared to other structures in the region.
They also found German coins, issued during the Second World War in Germany and porcelain pieces produced in Germany.
After discovery of the aforementioned remnants, claims of Dias has become a current issue again.
Soviet Union had claimed that Hitler and his wife Eva Braun committed suicide on April 30, 1945 and that the bodies were burnt. However, Ms Dias says she has evidence that Hitler lived until he was 95.
The fact that Hitler's body was never identified, has given rise to many conspiracy theories about his death.
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