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ISRAEL | At the end of World War 2 the world celebrated as news was released that Adolf Hitler and his new bride Eva Braun had committed suicide by cyanide and a bullet as Russian troops closed in on his underground bunker. Now, nearly 70 years later two Israeli filmmakers are about to challenge that narrative head on.
As the story goes, when the Russians reached Hitler's bunker two charred corpses were found. They were believed to be the Nazi leader and his spouse. Seizing the moment, the American government quickly proclaimed the bodies were that of Hitler and Braun. The Russian's then buried the bodies in an undisclosed location and locked away skull fragments they claimed to be Hitler's and fabric from the blood soaked sofa where the suicides occurred.
The History Channel's program "Mystery Quest" dispatched a crew to Russia to open the archives for the first independent investigation in history. Their findings were shocking, the skull that was believed to be Hitler's was in
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