The new book claims Hitler not only survived war but shockingly also spent his remaining days living in a spare room in Churchill’s Kent home at Chartwell. He is alleged to have escaped using the help of the Odessa network “probably using a budget airline or the Eurostar”. Leading historian Guy Walters has dismissed the claims as “fanciful”
“I’ve seen the photo’s” said the authors Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan “There is a great photo of Hitler and Churchill playing a game of wiff-waff on the lawn at Chartwell in 1952”
Other documents have surfaced from Churchill’s estate including some accounting books showing Hitler paid £2.3s.6d a month to rent a small box room in Churchill’s home. Additionally a wealth of other accounts have been uncovered in the diary of Churchill’s butler, who claims to have witnessed Stalin during one of his regular visits, brawling with Hitler over the use of space in the “Livingroom”.
"Yes, there was a man by that description, with a funny moustache and foreign accent," recalls George Flobber, son of Churchill's then local corner shop and butcher. "I recall he came into the shop regularly starting from around the mid 40s and was rather partial to powdered Bovril. I asked him if he wanted to play with my action man once and he pulled its head off."
The book also details Hitler’s later life in England and claims Adolf enjoyed lawn bowls, joined a Masonic lodge, organised book burnings in Westerham, was a member of the Rotary Club and even stood and was elected MP for Ashford in 1950.
“You can’t make this stuff up” said the authors.