The story states that Hitler in South America used several false identities and one of them was Kurt Kirchner Bruno that's how he called himself in Paraguay
The statement and the controversy arose from a book written by an Argentine journalist who contends and asserts that Adolf Hitler lived in South America and one of the surnames Kirchner used was equal to the former Argentine president.
The book is called "In the Footsteps of Hitler" writen by journalist Angel Basti has 424 pages and was released by Planet publishing. The story states that Hitler in South America used several false identities and one of them was Kurt Kirchner Bruno and apparently used in Paraguay.
The Fuhrer, according to the official story, killed himself with a shot to the temple. Actually fled Berlin and arrived by submarine, to Argentina where he lived in Patagonia in Bariloche under the name Adolf Schütelmayor says the writer.
Basti, heard that Hitler had come to Argentina weeks after the end of World War II. At first he couldn't believe it "because had in mind the official truth. But as I moved in German circles from the south, and other parts of the country, began to see the possibility. and I ended believing when I started interviewing witnesses who had been with Hitler in Argentina, "said the author.
The author argues that many Nazis left argentina when they overthrow Peron in 1955. They took refuge mostly in Paraguay, and there are witnesses who claim to have been with Hitler after that date. Hitler himself had to migrate to Guarani country, under the pseudonym Bruno Kurt Kirchner.
traducción: Belén Zapata