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The 'suicide in a bunker' story is not believable to savvier, modern audience. To find out what most likely happened, see youtube: Revealed: Hitler in Argentina.
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Nah, he did not.
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The 'suicide in a bunker' story is not believable to savvier, modern audience. To find out what most likely happened, see youtube: Revealed: Hitler in Argentina.
Youtube is not a credible history source. The real evidence points to the accepted truth of his suicide in Germany. We shouldn't be teaching our children to go on youtube and believe everything they see.
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Youtube is not a credible history source. The real evidence points to the accepted truth of his suicide in Germany. We shouldn't be teaching our children to go on youtube and believe everything they see.
But we should be teaching our children to go to school and believe everything they hear?
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sure... also make sure they teach the children that Elvis is now managing a Pret A Manger in Doncaster.
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Hitler was not really the type to flee, despite having ample chance. He had already come close to suicide early in his political career when things did not go his way. He waited until the last possible moment and then ended it with a handgun and a cyanide capsule.

Read his Last Will and Testament.
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But we should be teaching our children to go to school and believe everything they hear?
We do not. We teach students to critically examine the evidence and reach rational conclusions.

So for instance the OP was banned as a troll and now you created a new account just to bump this thread. Go figure.
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We do not. We teach students to critically examine the evidence and reach rational conclusions.

So for instance the OP was banned as a troll and now you created a new account just to bump this thread. Go figure.
We teach students to reject any evidence that contradicts the official story.
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We teach students to reject any evidence that contradicts the official story.
No we don't.
You dont have any credibility here because you dont have a posting history.
You clearly havent studied history at any level otherwise you wouldn't come up with such nonsense, hence you were banned.
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No we don't.
You dont have any credibility here because you dont have a posting history.
You clearly havent studied history at any level otherwise you wouldn't come up with such nonsense, hence you were banned.
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We teach students to reject any evidence that contradicts the official story.
We make our own decisions. Kids are given the evidence which has credibility. Not some word of mouth with no concrete evidence.
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But we should be teaching our children to go to school and believe everything they hear?
Of course not. That's why good teachers say "Don't believe everything I say".
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We do not. We teach students to critically examine the evidence and reach rational conclusions.
Not always true sadly.
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Of course not. That's why good teachers say "Don't believe everything I say".
Not always true sadly.
You had the wrong teachers.
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You had the wrong teachers.
Why do you say that?
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How so you propose he escaped the bunker that was surrounded by Russians itching for his head.
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