Hitler Did Die In 1945 – Speaketh His Crown & Bridge – & His Dental Assistant? Read Till The End..

An examination of Adolf Hitler’s dental remains has removed any doubt that he did indeed die in 1945.A team of French pathologists were recently allowed to inspect a set of teeth kept in Moscow that were recovered in Berlin in early May 1945 — the first time that Russian authorities had allowed anyone to examine the remains in over 70 years. And the researchers’ conclusions, published late last week in the European Journal of Internal Medicine, are unambiguous.

Hitler suffered halitosis, is a small unimportant piece about him , but, that became the crucial evidence to prove that he did die in 1945.

“The teeth are authentic — there is no possible doubt,” lead pathologist Philippe Charlier told the AFP news agency. “Our study proves that Hitler died in 1945.”The teeth matched descriptions provided by Hitler’s dentist and revealed no trace of meat — consistent with the fact that the Führer was vegetarian.

“Hitler’s teeth were so bad — and uniquely bad — that his teeth alone made it possible to identify his corpse,” the forensic pathologist Mark Benecke, who was hired by National Geographic television to investigate Hitler’s remains, wrote in an online article. He adds that tooth decay and gum disease were probably the reasons for the Führer’s notoriously bad breath.

The Soviets compared the corpse’s teeth, which contained conspicuous and unusual prostheses and bridgework, with descriptions provided by the dental assistant Kathe Heusermann. Later, Hitler’s personal dentist, Hugo Blaschke, would confirm the information to the Allies.

The sad end of Kathe Heusermann- The Dental assistant

Heusermann would suffer a far worse fate than any who served Hitler perhaps.

As part of Stalin’s campaign to suppress the truth, she was taken to the Soviet Union and sentenced to 10 years in a gulag, six of them in solitary confinement, for assisting with Hitler’s bridgework.

“They told her that, by helping to fix Hitler’s teeth, she contributed to the continuation of the war, and that she should have hit him on the head with a bottle,”

 

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