April 30th, 1945. Adolf Hitler kills himself (shots himself in the head with his Walther pistol) in the Führerbunker. His newlywed wife Eva Braun follows him into “the other world” by taking the cyanide capsule.
Although (contrary to a popular misconception) there is no proof that their remains have ever been found, there is no doubt whatsoever that both Adolf Hitler and his wife indeed, committed suicide on that date and in that place.
Hitler simply had neither the desire nor the ability to get out of the Führerbunker and Berlin. Both his Last Will and Testament (political and personal) and dozens of witnesses’ statements prove it beyond the reasonable doubt.
It was the end of Adolf Hitler – and automatically the end of the Third Reich. However, it was not the end of the whole national-socialist project. Not by a long shot.
May 6th, 1945. Heinrich Himmler escapes from Germany. Most likely, he flew to Spain from the home base of KG-200 (top secret Luftwaffe/Abwehr unit) in Lisunov-2 – the Soviet-made copy of the venerable Douglas DC-3 transport aircraft.
After the dust settled (so to speak), Himmler most likely moved to the German-speaking part of Switzerland and commenced operations of Die Neue SS (commonly and incorrectly known as ODESSA).
With the ultimate objective of establishing the Wewelsburg-centered pan-European Fourth Reich. Himmler’s Reich. The SS-Staat.
It is possible that at some point Himmler was joined by the Gestapo Chief Heinrich Müller (who disappeared without a trace from Berlin on May 1st, 1945), Odilo Globocnik and Hans Kammler (the alleged suicides of both are not 100% believable, to put it mildly).
These four characters formed the core of Die Neue SS (ODESSA). Which very much exists to this day. As (very probably) the Thule Society and the Vril Society as well.
Waiting for The Singularity Day.
May 7th, 1945. Third Reich unconditionally surrenders to its victorious adversaries. At 02:41 on the morning of May 7th, 1945, at SHAEF (Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe) headquarters in Reims, France, the Chief-of-Staff of the German Armed Forces High Command, Generaloberst (four-star general) Alfred Jodl, signed an unconditional surrender document for all German forces to the Allies.
Stalin predictably did not like it one bit, so he forced his Western Allies to repeat the ceremony of unconditional surrender – this time in the presence of his representative Marshal Georgi Zhukov. This ceremony took place in a former German Army Engineering School in the Berlin district of Karlshorst.
Hence, there is still a little confusion about the actual date of a VE-Day (Victory in Europe that is). It should be celebrated (although the victory of the Red Plague over the Brown Plague is hardly the cause for celebration) on May 7th – the date when the declaration of unconditional surrender of the authorized representatives of German government was signed.
However, according to this declaration,
“All forces under German control must cease active operations at 2301 hours Central European Time [CET] on May 8, 1945.”
Hence, the VE-Day is celebrated (commemorated is probably a much better word though) on May 8th. Everywhere except the Soviet Union… and now Russia. Why? Because of the two-hour time difference between CET and the Moscow time.
Consequently, while in Europe it was 23:01 (11:01 PM) on May 8th in Moscow it was already 1:01AM on May 9th. Consequently, as the Soviets chose to use the date of the official end of hostilities (rather than the time of signing of unconditional surrender) as the date of the VE-Day, the Soviet Union celebrated VE-Day on May 9th. Which actually made little sense as actual fighting continued until May 11th at least.
May 23rd, 1945. Himmler’s double/impersonator/ doppelgänger dies in Lüneburg in British custody. According to the official version, he committed suicide; according to the version of events presented by the infamous David Irving, he was murdered by the British soldiers (although in legal terms it could have been manslaughter, not murder).
There is plenty of evidence (physical and otherwise) that IMHO proves beyond the reasonable doubt that it was not Himmler, but someone who only looked like him who was arrested by the British on May 21st and two days later either committed suicide or (more likely) was murdered.
Complete secrecy was the absolutely vital success factor for the “ODESSA Project”. And the best way to ensure this secrecy was to create the impression that all its leaders were dead (or at least presumed dead).
And that’s exactly what had been accomplished with Heinrich Himmler, Heinrich Müller, Odilo Globocnik and Hans Kammler. Who were now free to work on the “reincarnation of the Third Reich”.
Which, however, was to become a very different animal. Not Hitler’s Reich, but Himmler’s. Not the German Reich, but the European one. With its capital in Wewelsburg/Paderborn, not in Berlin. And not a Führerstaat, but the SS-Staat.
The State of Die Neue SS. To be born on The Singularity Day.
July 16th, 1945. At 5:29 AM the United States Army detonates the first nuclear bomb in human history, successfully completing the Manhattan Project. The explosion with the power equivalent to 22,000 tons of TNT put an end to Stalin’s dreams for conquering the world, destroying the human civilization as we know it and replacing it with a worldwide Bolshevist totalitarian state – the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. For good.
On that day, Adolf Hitler’s Divine Mission was finally over – his Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS held their ground against the Bolshevist hordes long enough, killed a sufficient number of the Soviets and destroyed a sufficient chunk of Soviet military, industrial, economic and human potential to defuse the existential Bolshevist threat to the human civilization.
Now the United States and their allies (subsequently the NATO nations) will take over the (now Cold) war against Bolshevism. The war which (thanks to the reality of MAD – Mutually Assured Destruction) will never become hot – and which will be won 46 years later. More specifically, on December 26th, 1991 when the Soviet Union officially ceased to exist. Finally disappearing into the dustbin of history.