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Reported U-Boat Landing On Lonely' Argentine Shore AMERICAN INVESTIGATION Rec. 2. WASHINGTON, July 17. A State Department spokesman said the United States Embassy in Buenos Ayres will investigate reports that Hitler and Eva Braun are in Argentina. The spokesman added that Argentina has given assurances to the Allied Governments that war criminals will not be harboured. The Montevideo (Uruguay) correspondent of the Chicago Tribune says it is virtually certain that Hitler and Eva Braun are at present on a German estate in Patagonia, Argentina, stated an earlier message. "The pair are reported to have landed on the lonely Argentine shore from a German submarine which is supposed to have surrendered later to the Allies," says the correspondent. He adds: "The utmost significance is now attached to the words of General Basilo Pertine, former Minister of War, at a banquet on June 4 when he said, 'I am glad to announce that our friends are safe at last.'"

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IS IT HITLER?, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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IS IT HITLER? Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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