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Nazi war criminal Martin Bormann traced to Argentina in 1953 Laurence De Mello

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Published on Jul 5, 2013

Martin Bormann was living in the Grand Plaza Hotel, Buenos Aires throughout 1953 according to British journalist and TV producer Laurence De Mello
British journalist and film-maker Laurence De Mello reports live from Buenos Aries in Argentina on the continuing hunt for Nazi war criminals. She has uncovered evidence, including personal accounts, that Hitler's deputy war criminal Martin Bormann was indeed living in Argentina in the 1950s along with Nazi doctors Josef Mengele, Carl Værnet and others. She even uncovered evidence Bormann had a daughter in 1953 but Efraim Zuroff director of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre has been blocking her access to the Nazi hunting archives in an attempt to ensure US/UK Nazi connections Laurence has discovered do not inform our understanding of history.
During the 1930s, the Nazi Party looted millions of pounds, hiding the proceeds in secret accounts. The key to getting it back lay with Nazi treasurer, Martin Bormann. This book tells the story of Ian Fleming's raid to snatch Bormann out of Berlin. Creighton led a commando raid into the city.
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0671855654
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Op-JB-Christo...
In addition to the enormous power deriving from its consummate economic clout, the Bormann group has wielded tremendous global influence through its intelligence and enforcement network. Administered by SS general Heinrich Mueller, the wartime head of the Gestapo, the Bormann group's intelligence and security network was composed of some of the toughest, most capable veterans of the SS. In addition, the Bormann organization and Mueller's security outfit have commanded the loyalty of the political, intelligence and military elements requisitioned by the Allies after the war. In that regard, the Bormann/Mueller operation could draw on the loyalties of the Reinhard Gehlen spy outfit that handled the CIA's intelligence on the former Soviet Union and which ultimately became the intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany. In addition, Bormann and Mueller were the political masters of the numerous scien­tists recruited by the U.S. and other nations for their expertise during the Cold War, as well as the numerous Nazis brought into the U.S. under the auspices of the Crusade For Freedom. Those latter ultimately coalesced into a major element of the Republican Party. (For more about the Crusade for Freedom, see—among other programs—FTR#465.)
http://spitfirelist.com/books/martin-...
With its economic, political and espionage capabilities, the Bormann group embodies the triumph of the forces of National Socialism in the postwar period. Whereas the United States was the dominant element within the interna­tional cartel system prior to, and during, World War II, the Bormann group is the primary entity in the postwar global corporate economy.

The organization's clout has successfully obscured its existence in the face of journalistic investigation. Compare the "official" fate of Bormann (supposedly killed at the end of the war) with demonstrable historical fact, as researched by Manning. Relating information from the FBI's file on Bormann, Manning writes: " . . .The file revealed that he had been banking under his own name from his office in Germany in Deutsche Bank of Buenos Aires since 1941; that he held one joint account with the Argentinian dictator Juan Peron, and on August 4, 5 and 14, 1967, had written checks on demand accounts in first National City Bank (Overseas Division) of New York, The Chase Manhattan Bank, and Manufac­turers Hanover Trust Co., all cleared through Deutsche Bank of Buenos Aires. . . .

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