World Exclusive: Adolf Hitler The ‘British’ Security Services Connection And An Unmarked Grave In Spain By Giovanni Di Stefano

New documents found at the Security Services Headquarters now reveal Hitler was a ‘British’ agent. The documents include the testimony of retired intelligence agents which alone offers persuasive evidence.

 Hitler in his early years.

Adolph Hitler was, for example, in England in 1912-1913, a fact supported by his sister-in-law’s book: ‘The Memoirs of Bridget Hitler’ (1979). This important fact has been totally ignored by Historians and Biographers for reasons that become evident.

Hitler spent February to November 1912 being trained at the British Military Psych-Ops War School at Tavistock in Devon and in Ireland. His sister-in-law describes him as completely wasted when he came to them immediately afterward.

This fact would clarify many improbable events in the Second World War.

For example, why did Hitler let 335,000 Allied soldiers escape at Dunkirk? This quixotic gesture was explained as a peace overture, but surely England would have been more attentive if its army were in Nazi POW camps.

The Nazi triumph in Feb. 1940 was like a knock-out in the first round. The ‘British’ did not intend for the match to end so soon, nor for the Nazis to win.

In the summer of 1940, when the Nazis controlled Europe, and Britain was destitute, Nazi Military Intelligence Chief (Abwehr) Admiral Wilhelm Canaris told Romanian Foreign Minister Michael Sturdza to stay neutral because England was destined “to win the war.”

He also gave this message to Spanish Dictator Franco.

This may explain why Hitler, supposedly the ‘arch enemy’ of Jewish Bankers, acted like he didn’t know the Rothschilds controlled England (and America) when this was practically common knowledge.

If Hitler had been for real, he wouldn’t have tried to accommodate these countries.

England would have been invaded and conquered before Russia was attacked.

This explains

1) Why Hitler was able to expand into the Rhineland etc. without fear of retaliation.

2) Why the Nazi war machine was financed and built by the Bank of England and a Who’s Who of Anglo American corporations controlled by Jewish Bankers.

3) Why Hitler never sealed the Mediterranean at Gibraltar and

4) Why the Spanish Dictator Franco remained neutral, despite the huge debt he owed the Fascists for help during the Civil War.

5) Why I.G. Farben Headquarters in Frankfurt was never bombed. This became CIA Headquarters

It would explain why Hitler gave his ridiculous racial policies priority over actually winning the war. He could have enlisted millions of Slavs (and even many Jews) in overcoming Communist Russia. Instead, he made them implacable enemies willing to fight to the death.

One could question

(a) Why the Nazis never figured out that their communications were compromised


      (b) Why Hitler didn’t conquer the oil fields of Russia and the Middle East when he had the chance.

Hitler’s grandfather was in fact Lionel Nathan Rothschild. Maria Schickelgruber, Hitler’s grandmother, was a Maid in the Rothschild’s Vienna mansion when his father, Alois was conceived ‘in fear’ in a ritual rape. The Rothschilds could only marry within their extended family so they had illegitimate children who functioned as anonymous agents.

His grandmother received child support from a Jewish businessman who was probably an intermediary. Why if there was no relationship with any Jew?

 Rothschild’s son, Alois Hitler’s third marriage was to his niece, Klara, who became Hitler’s mother. His father was overbearing and his mother over- compensating. Hitler became destitute at the age of 18 when his mother died, and he lived in a men’s hostel that was a honey pot for homosexuals.

Hitler returned to Germany from England in May 1913 and enlisted in the German army. During World War One, he served as a runner and was captured twice by the English

On both occasions, he was spared execution by an ‘angel’ in British intelligence. Why?

There is another important question that has been overlooked by all on the history of Adolf Hitler.

No photo of ‘mystery man’ Adolf exists during the so-called “missing years” in Vienna. HItler said that during that period he was practically penurious:

‘In the years 1909 and 1910, my own situation had changed somewhat in so far as I no longer had to earn my daily bread as a common laborer. By this time I was working independently as a small draftsman and painter of watercolors. Hard as it was with regard to earnings—it was barely enough to live on—it was good for my chosen profession. Now I was no longer dead tired in the evening when I came home from work, unable to look at a book without soon dozing off. My present work ran parallel to my future profession. Moreover, I was master of my own time and could apportion it better than had previously been possible.’ (Hitler, Mein Kampf, p. 34)

In 1909 Adolf and his step brother arrived in Ireland. His step-brother Alois obtained a job as a “waiter” in the Shelbourne hotel, Dublin.


Years later Adolf would remember the kindness shown by the Irish and ensured they retained neutrality during the War.

Bridget was swept off her feet by the charm of the Austrian Debonair:

‘It was at the annual Dublin Horse Show. Everyone had come to see and buy the fine Irish horses – English and Irish sportsmen, the nobility, tourists from all over the world.

I always enjoyed going anywhere with my father, and I must confess that I was not unaware of the honour of being escorted by ‘the best-looking fellow in the countryside’, as he was generally described. Many eyes turned towards us: the tall Irishman and the girl in a white muslin dress with flounces and a blue sash. My white hat was ornamental with ostrich plumes, and I carried a parasol. This was the year 1909.

Father was discussing the horses with Mr Tynan, a neighbour, and presently they were talking with a handsome stranger dressed in a brown suit, a homburg hat and immaculate spats. To my interested eyes he represented the height of elegance according to the vogue at the start of the century.

A white ivory walking stick with a gold handle was hooked over his arm with inimitable dash. In his tie was a pearl pin, and two rings on his left little finger, one a diamond and one a ruby, added just the right note of lavishness. Across his cream coloured waistcoat a heavy gold chain stretched from one pocket to the other and his moustache were waxed and curled up right ‘á la Kaiser.’ He introduced himself as Alois Hitler from Austria.

I cannot deny that this stranger with his fine foreign manners and his debonair Viennese ways made a great impression on me. His conversation was quite different from that of the commonplace, hardworking farmers and their wives which made up the society I was accustomed to. Everything he said was so new to me and interesting that even his broken English seemed charming.’ (Bridget Hitler, Memoirs, pp. 17-18).

On March 12, 1911, Bridget Dowling eloped to London with Alois Hitler. Nine months later they had a son but they could not agree on a name. Bridget wanted to name him Patrick but Alois wanted to name him William.

It would appear from Security Service archives that Alois and Bridget did not have a happy marriage and they contested each and every action the other took.

Was their marriage a cover for Adolf Hitler’s training programme that would pay massive dividends years to come? 

By November 1913 Hitler was fluent in English and had completed his training. Britain was also well aware that a World War was inevitable and needed German Citizens like Adolf as Agents when war finally would break out.

‘My brother-in-law Adolf remained with us from November 1912 until April 1913, and a less interesting or prepossessing house guest I cannot imagine. At first he remained in his room, sleeping or lying on the sofa he used as a bed most of the time. I had an idea that he was ill, his colour was so bad and his eyes looked so peculiar. I felt rather sorry for him in spite of what Alois had told me. When I washed his shirt—he had no luggage with him—the collar was so frayed and worn that it wasn’t even worth turning. I persuaded Alois to give him a few things, and as a matter of fact he wasn’t at all reluctant to do so. Indeed I think he would have been more than willing to help Adolf if the latter hadn’t been so unappreciative and difficult. Adolf took everything we did for granted and I’m sure would have remained indefinitely if he had had the slightest encouragement.’(Bridget Hitler, Memoirs, p. 28).

Adolf left England for Munich in May 1913, and his step-brother Alois moved to Berlin the following year . . . without Bridget or Patrick!

Adolf arrived in Munich a year ahead of the outbreak of WWI. He was just one of thousands of spies that the British Security Services was sending into Germany in preparation for that conflict. 

The Alois Hitler marriage was just a smokescreen while Adolf trained in England.

In order to remarry, Alois faked his death, but one day Bridget saw him in a theatre with another woman.

HItler’s brother Alois had no political ambitions but remained a strong puller behind the scenes. He was charged with bigamy for having two living wives but the charges were dropped.

Primarily thanks to the Great Depression and financing from the Rothschild Bank and from funding by the British Government Hitler was actually elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933.

The British Security Services had their ‘conquest’ in Berlin. Since President Wilson established the Federal Reserve in 1913, the Bank of England had total control over the U.S. economy. From the U.S., the Depression spread to all other Countries, with Germany one of the worst affected.

As Chancellor, Hitler entertained top English aristocrats and he needed no translator. He had met a lot of them during his four year stay in Britain.

Hitler’s plan was to put the pro-Nazi Duke of Windsor back on the English throne and then unite Great Britain and Germany for an invasion of Russia.

The number of MI6 agents in Nazi Germany was considerable. Adolf was by no means a “lone wolf” as he shared the running of the Government with many of his fellow agents although he may not have known them all.

Admiral Wilhelm Canaris was the head of the Abwehr (Military Intelligence) and an MI6 agent. 

 Documents show Canaris worked very closely with MI6 for the planning of Operation Barbarossa.

The Serbs delayed their timetable by six weeks in attacking Russia and without realizing it invariably saved the World from what would have been an MI6 led Nazi Germany.

But By 11 December, 1941, Hitler knew that the invasion of Russia would fail, so that is why he declared War on the United States in order to save himself from the wrath of Russia. He knew that his MI6 connection would not spare him.

The target for Britain had always been Russia and they allowed Hitler, their man to do the job. It was a clever plan but failed only because of the Serbian inadvertent delay.

By the beginning of April 1945, all the plans of Churchill and MI6 had gone wrong. Instead of Hitler entering Moscow as planned and then declaring peace with Britain, the Russians were preparing to enter Berlin.

Spies are despicable, but human, and they demand a good retirement program. To abandon them to the wrath of the enemy is not very good advertising for recruiting future Spies.

The super-secret operation to rescue Adolf, Eva, and Martin Bormann from Berlin was called Operation ‘James Bond’ by spy writer Ian Fleming. Hitler’s dog Blondi also escaped to Argentina first and finally settled in Spain.

Even despicable spies take care of their own, Hitler and Eva Braun were rescued from Berlin by commandos led by Ian Fleming, and Hitler spent the last 2 years of his life under the guise and protection of General Franco.

The team consisted of Commandos led by Ian Fleming and Christopher Creighton. Hitler and Eva were flown to Spain, and then they boarded a U-boat submarine for the trip to Argentina. Shortly thereafter, they returned to Spain.


James Bond was the author of a book about birds of the West Indies. Fleming saw the book while stationed in Bermuda with super-spy Sir William Stephenson:

‘Our system of using code-names from A. A. Milne had already been extended to include the principal Nazi players: Ribbentrop had become ‘Small’ and Hitler ‘Rabbit’. Of the characters remaining unassigned, there was one who stood head and shoulders above the rest as being ideal for Bormann, and this was Piglet. Fleming, as I have said, was ‘Pooh’. But for our forthcoming journey; it was decided that he should use the cover-name he himself had devised for the operation as a whole: James Bond. He had lifted it, without permission, from the real man of that name, author of a classic ornithological work; Field Guide to Birds of the West Indies, which Fleming had picked up during his first trip to the Caribbean in November 1944. After the war, when he called his fictional hero James Bond, he claimed it was the most boring and nondescript name he could think of; but early in 1945 it was merely the one at the front of his mind.’ (Creighton, Op.JB, p. 74).

Sir William Stephenson was the MI6 agent assigned to getting the United States involved in WWII. His offices were at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City, and Bermuda:

‘Big as the intrepid network in Manhattan had grown by 1941, Stephenson needed satellite bases to support his operations and, in an emergency, to which he could retreat. At least one had to be controllable from London. The choice fell upon islands scattered in the Atlantic and the Caribbean. The handiest was Bermuda. In the front line of the critical war at sea, the Bermuda Station became an extension of BSC. Flying there from New York, one sensed a promise of entry into enemy lines.

Years later, Ian Fleming wove Bermuda into the James Bond novels, where it obviously belonged. After Fleming died, a book, John Pearson’s 007-James Bond: The Authorized Biography,
 serialized in the London Sunday Telegraph in 1974, claimed Commander Bond really did exist and was turned into fiction to deceive his enemies.’ (Stevenson, A Man Called Intrepid. The Life of Sir William Stephenson, p. 171).

Hitler committing suicide in the Führerbunker with Eva Braun was always a myth.

Both of them escaped to Argentina where they lived for a while after which they took refuge in Spain.


Immediately after the escape of Hitler and Eva, MI6 propagandists ordered one of their agents, Hugh Trevor-Roper, to write a book about the last days of Hitler. Trevor-Roper was ordered to have Hitler, Eva Braun, Goebbels, his wife and 6 children all killed by cyanide in the bunker:

‘I treat the subject lightly simply because to a doctor it is so totally ridiculous as hardly to warrant being taken seriously. To treat such testimonies with anything else than the ridicule they deserve does not serve, and indeed has not served, historical truth. The deference previously given to palpably false testimony by the West was not matched by the Soviets, who were eventually to set some of the witnesses in their custody the task of writing out their copious accounts about Hitler – in an exercise suitably called `Castles in the Air’.

‘The whole story of the alleged suicides of Hitler and Eva in the Bunker is totally farcical.The text The Truth About the Bodies in the Berlin Bunkertimony of every single witness is badly tainted; not one witness is credible. There is, moreover, a far greater than normal incidence of changed testimony. This could be partially explained by several factors: the need for conformity, media pressure, or monetary gain.’ (Thomas, Doppelgängers, , p. 112).

It is generally accepted that Adolf Hitler died of gunshot wounds and/or poison on the 30th April 1945 in Berlin. To confirm the veracity of the newly found Security Service documents recently a DNA analysis of the ‘so called skull’ found by the Russians was shown not to be that of Hitler.

The myth that Hitler was burned outside the bunker is just that:- a myth. If anyone knows anything about burning bodies they would know that the temperature of an open fire is unable to cremate a body, as for example a furnace. So that version is to be discounted.

Stalin knew well that Hitler had escaped and at the Potsdam Conference told the US President exactly that.

The Bunker had a secret passageway and Hitler ensured that there was a way out with the help of the British.

He died in 1947 in Spain having been ‘protected’ by General Franco and his grave has now been identified.

General Franco

Save as to say that General Franco never forgot the assistance Hitler was to him and permitted a number of high ranking Nazi Officials to use Spain as a transit to South America but not to stay permanently.

Adolf Hitler was different. Hitler landed in Madrid on the night of the 30th April 1945 and this is verified by Stefan Aceituna, who was one of General Franco’s drivers during 1945 and beyond. He confirmed the plane was German and that his orders were to collect a person aged between 50 and 60 and take him to the Presidential Palace.

In May of 1945 the East wing of General Franco’s residence in Madrid was sealed off from the rest of the palace and surrounded by a fourteen foot high wall. No explanation of this construction work has ever been forthcoming. The staff assigned to this wing were all fluent in the German tongue.

Those have all been identified.

In May 1945 General Franco’s medical staff ordered from Spain’s largest Pharmaceutical Company a carton of 144 bottles of “Doctor Koster’s Anti-Gas pills.” This order was repeated on a monthly basis until October 1947 although for a six week period it was stopped because Hitler was in Argentina.

It was no longer repeated from that date on-wards but it is more than coincidence that Theo Morell, Hitler’s personal physician had introduced Hitler to the anti-flatulence medication and Hitler had become so addicted to the strychnine base of these pills that he was known to swallow them by the handful.

On Wednesday 1 November 1947 Dr Victor Vega Diaz the head of medical establishment known as “The Clinico San Carlos” was requested by General Franco in person to attend ‘a domestic labourer’ in the employ of General Franco by General Franco himself.

That hospital was some 20 kilometers from the Presidential Palace and a private clinic. No records exist from that clinic today (well not all…).

Only a few kilometers away was the more modern Hospital Francisco Franco but the General preferred the private clinic to treat his employee.

That employee died on 2nd November 1947 ironically the Catholic Day of the Dead. The identity of that employee was Adolf Hitler using a false name. The cause of death was a heart attack at 3.32pm that day.

Since the death of General Franco many have tried to trace the burial spot searching, of course, nearby cemeteries even though the notes from the doctor ‘indicate’ the body was cremated.

It was not.

It was buried and now identified.

Adolf Hitler and Churchill wanted the West to believe that he, Hitler, was dead whilst secretly, with his many escaped officers in South America, simply tried to resurrect the National Socialist Party (NAZI PARTY). But the untimely death of Hitler in Spain changed the direction that General Franco would ultimately take and his attitude towards what would become the EU. It also affected the fate of many who had escaped Germany.

Germany invaded the USSR on 22nd June 1941. On the 24th June 1941 in Madrid a spontaneous demonstration of Falangist (members of the Spanish fascist party), mainly students; that wanted to join Germany in the fight against Communism, took place. The Spanish Foreign Minister: Ramón Serrano Suñez (a well know pro-German) spoke to them and supported the idea of sending Spanish volunteers to the East front. If that had not happened, Franco would have never sent a single soldier to fight for Germany. On October 1941 the Spanish Blue Division started to fight against the USSR. In October 1943 the main part of the division returned to Spain, and on February 1944 the rest. So, when everything was going fine for Germany, and it seemed that the final victory was very close for Hitler, Franco sent a single division (about 18000 men); and the moment that the things started to go badly for Germany, Franco retired his help; just when more help was needed.

Also on September 1942 he fired Serrano Suñez and appointed a less pro-German as Foreign Minister). But Franco NEVER forgot the pact he had made with Hitler that, in times of need,there would be support but Franco post 1944 considered that a personal pact as opposed to one involving both Nations. Franco believed that Hitler would be in need and when that occurred Franco would intervene as he did.

It has to be remembered that although General Franco withdrew his support of Hitler when the war in Russia was going badly wrong they remained friends with a common enemy:-communism – and Hitler had undertaken to Franco that Germany would NOT ever invade Spain provided that Franco gave Hitler support when required

This photo is the East Wing where Franco had blocked off with the fourteen foot high wall and assigned German speaking staff to accommodate his guest Adolf Hitler during his two years of refuge until he died.

Giovanni Di Stefano in the gardens of the East Wing

While living there Hitler had led a sheltered and lonely life often overlooking the gardens.

Whether Adolf Hitler died a natural death in 1947 when he would have been fifty eight and a half(ish) is not within the spheres of knowledge and certainly much speculation.

Did Franco tire of his guest and simply kill him or have him killed, by any which,way is not known. What is known is that he died 2nd September 1947 and records show that on that very day, a Tuesday, General Franco called a special Mass and a Funeral was indeed held at 14.00pm which is a most unusual time and it was held in the Chapel as per the photo.

From 1947 until 1955 Adolf Hitler was buried in a grave that now ‘hosts’ a family that were close to General Franco but in 1966 General Franco ordered the body of Adolf Hitler to be exhumed on the 13th July when the whole of Spain was watching the World Cup with Spain playing Argentina and losing 2-1. It was cremated and placed in the bottom small vault reserved for cremated remains and the photo shows just where it remained for a while.

 However, Adolf Hitler was not to remain so long in one place

In 1969 General Franco made two decisions: the first he designated Prince Juan Carlos de Borbón, with the new title of King of Spain, as his Successor and the second, he ordered a re-cremation of the already cremated Adolf Hitler and moved his resting place one metre away and this is where Adolf Hitler now rests in an unmarked spot to this date.

Now for me many questions remain unanswered… One factor was certain and confirmed by a retired Spanish Security Services Agent-: that ‘Opus Dei’ played a great role in the matter and they played a significant role in all what General Franco did.

Hitler was a Catholic and as such the church always granted asylum to their faithful.

It’s more than 40 years now since Adolf Hitler has remained in one place.

He will remain there for much longer.

We are grateful for this article to ‘Greg Hallett and the Spymaster’ and his book ‘Hitler Was A British Agent’.

NB: Some images retrieved from Google, will remove at owner’s request.

Originally published 15 March 2013 republished 18 July 2015, and 10 August 2017.