The theory stating that Adolf Hitler committed suicide is being questioned again after new tests carried out on a cranial bone holey by a bullet, discovered by the Russians in 1946, established that it belonged to an unknown woman and not to the Nazi leader, informs The Observer.
The authors of numerous biographies of Adolf Hitler state that the Nazi leader would have committed suicide with Eva Braun, taking a cyanide pill and then shooting himself on April 30, 1945, while the Red Army bombed Berlin.
Some historians have expressed, however, doubts regarding the fact that Hitler would have committed suicide by shooting, considering that this information about the Nazi leader’s death has been “twisted” in order to present a heroic death.
However, a skull fragment of a bullet hole, which was taken from the bunker by the Russians and exhibited in Moscow in 2000 seemed to end disputes.
However, after further analysis that showed the bone belongs to a women, theories of Hitler’s death have been reviewed.
According to bone expert analysis Nick Bellantone, from the University of Connecticut, it was clear from the beginning that something was wrong with the skull which proved to be from a woman.