New Study Confirms Hitler Died in 1945

A remarkable new examination of Adolf Hitler's remains appears to  confirm that he died as the historical record depicts: via suicide in  1945. The findings, published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine,  upend the claims of conspiracy theorists who have long argued that the  notorious Nazi leader secretly escaped Germany at the end of World War  II. According to the French scientists behind the study, their  conclusion was derived thanks to an almost unprecedented level of access  to evidence possessed by the Russian government.

Specifically, a piece of skull and a set of teeth, believed to be the  last remaining bits of Hitler's body, were handed over to the  researchers for an unfettered analysis of the materials. Amazingly, this  is said to have been the first independent scientific study of the  remains since 1946. And, despite the long period which has passed since  then, it seems that the story of Hitler's demise as it has been depicted  in high school textbooks and countless cable TV documentaries over the  years has been correct all along.

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