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Tracks leading to the Lehrter Station, This photograph was taken from the Lehrter Station, looking southeast. Arriving at the Lehrter Station, Bormann and Stumpfegger decided to follow the Invalidienstrasse east. Axmann elected to go west, but encountered a Russian patrol and returned on the path Bormann and Stumpfegger had taken. He soon found them. Behind the bridge , where the Invalidienstrasse crosses the railroad tracks , they lay on their backs, the moonlight on their faces the moon was waning, but more than half-full.
Both were dead. Axmann could see no signs of an explosion, and assumed that they had been shot in the back. He continued on his way, escaping from Berlin and spending the next six months hiding out with the Hitler Youth in the Bavarian Alps, where he was eventually captured.
Martin Ludwig Bormann (17 June – 2 May ) was a German Nazi Party official and .. so he did not know how they died. Since the Soviets never admitted to finding Bormann's body, his fate remained in doubt for many years. THE long search for the elusive Martin Bormann is over. Using DNA analysis, German and Swiss scientists have established that a skeleton dug up in Berlin in is indeed Bormann's. The Nazi party leader and Hitler's private secretary was entrusted with the Fuhrer's testament and.
The Invalidienstrasse and street bridge over the former railway line, The Invalidienstrasse foreground formerly crossed over the tracks of the main railway on the bridge shown in this photograph background. The railroad tracks have since been removed. In , the bridge was unused, and the Invalidienstrasse rerouted around it.
View looking west from the Lehrter Station. The Invalidienstrasse Bridge, The Invalidienstrasse formerly crossed over the tracks of the main railway on this bridge -- unused in , obviously.
View looking west. The Doomsite of Martin Bormann, View looking north from the center of the now-deserted  Invalidienstrasse bridge. Railroad tracks formerly ran through this overgrown gully. Sheds on the right apparently post-war sheltered waiting passengers. For a full, fascinating, lucid, and authoritative account of the fate of Messrs. Late in , British Intelligence appointed Mr. Roper to investigate the evidence surrounding the death of Hitler. His book followed in as a result of this investigation, and was updated by him over the years as new evidence emerged.
Roper left the issue of Bormann's death open in early editions of the work, because evidence of Bormann's death rested solely on the testimony of Artur Axmann.
Although Axmann's testimony regarding other events was truthful so far as it could be independently verified, Roper realized that Axmann might be giving false evidence to protect Bormann from further search. The Independent Books. Voucher Codes. Minds Articles.
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