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Old April 17th, 2018, 09:06 AM   #1
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Cool Escape of Martin Bormann (WW2)

The Priory Podcast - Ep 13: Martin Bormann
For anyone that is interested in World War 2 and I'm sure there are many, I recorded a podcast with Tony Gosling, ex-BBC and Russia Today, investigative journalist and expert on the escape of Martin Bormann , Hitler's right hand man after Hess was captured in 1941, at the end of World War 2.

Tony asked me to research the book by Christopher Creighton, pseudonym for one of the members of Operation James Bond or as the book is called; OP:JB, which divulges many golden nuggets of information about this British Secret Operation.
It is available on Youtube, iTunes, Android (available on all apps) and Libsyn.

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Old April 19th, 2018, 11:24 PM   #2

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Interesting, I'll have to listen to this.

In the Boormann episode of Nazi Hunters a few years ago, they investigated his disappearance and finally came to the conclusion that he was killed escaping the rubble and chaos of Berlin in '45.

Or was that the cover story put out? Some in the Vatican also helped nazis escape from Germany at the end of WW2.
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Many thanks...

The book OP:JB seems a legit account of the operation albeit slightly fantastical.

There are certainly more detail books you can source on the topic such as Nazi in Exile by Paul Manning.
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