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The Death of Adolf Hitler: Unknown Documents from Soviet Archives is a 1968 book by Soviet journalist Lev Bezymenski, who served as an interpreter in the Battle of Berlin. The book gives details of the purported Soviet autopsies of Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun, Joseph and Magda Goebbels, their children, and General Hans Krebs. Each of these individuals are recorded as having been subjected to cyanide poisoning; contrary to the Western conclusion (and the accepted view of historians) that Hitler died by a suicide gunshot. The book's release was preceded by various contrary reports about Hitler's death, including from eyewitnesses, who also contradicted themselves. Under Joseph Stalin, the Soviets both claimed that Hitler died from cyanide and that he escaped Berlin. Much of the information presented in the book about how Hitler died (namely by poisoning or a coup de grâce) has been discredited, including by the author, as propaganda. Some sources argue that Hitler's body was burned almost completely to ashes, leaving nothing to conduct an autopsy upon. Only the Soviet description of Hitler's dental remains, consisting of a golden bridge and a mandibular fragment with teeth, is regarded as reliable. The book includes previously unreleased photographs.

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Article Title : Adolf Hitler
Article Snippet : Beevor 2002, p. 343. Bullock 1962, p. 798. Linge 2009, p. 199. Joachimsthaler 1999, pp. 160–182. Linge 2009, p. 200. Bullock 1962, pp. 799–800. Joachimsthaler
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Article Snippet :London. Archived from the original on 10 July 2023. Retrieved 10 July 2023. Linge, Mary (25 September 2021). "'Loch Ness Monster' spotted again! This time
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