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Hitler a Traitor? Testimony of His Closest Aides

August 16, 2014


(The Hitler Book was prepared for Stalin in 1946 and is based on the testimony
of Hitler's personal adjutants, SS Officers Heinz Linge, left, and Otto Gunsche, right.)

Hitler acted like his only enemy was the USSR,
better to spare England and perpetuate a charade that resulted
in the genocide of almost 60 million non-Jews.

By Henry Makow Ph.D

As my readers know, I believe Hitler and Bormann were Illuminati agents who deliberately sabotaged the Nazi war effort in order to destroy German resistance to Illuminati Jewish world tyranny.

It was common knowledge that Jewish bankers controlled the US, England and the USSR.  Yet Hitler acted like the USSR was the only enemy, better to perpetuate a charade that resulted in the genocide of almost 60 million non-Jews. Time and again, Hitler used Russia as a pretext to spare England, which is the central banker headquarters.

Whenever I study WW2, I look for new evidence to support or discredit this thesis. The Hitler Book (John Murray, 2005) contains both. I'll deal with the supporting evidence first:

1. Gibraltar. If Hitler were serious about winning the war, he would have taken Gibraltar and blocked the entrance to the Mediterranean. The Gibraltar Straits are only nine miles wide, half the range of German naval guns. He also could have established bases on the south shore, a Spanish protectorate. The Spanish dictator Franco
would not have won the Spanish Civil War without Nazi help and was in Hitler's debt.

Hitler met with Franco Oct 23 1940 to discuss Spanish participation in the war.  The German General Staff had a plan codenamed Isabella/Felix for the conquest of Gibraltar at the beginning of 1941. But Hitler tore it up saying he had "made up his mind to invade the Soviet Union at the first opportunity." He made the lame excuse that Germany would have had to defend and supply Spain if she entered the war. "Hitler clearly had no more interest in opening a new theater on the Iberian peninsula." (p.66.)

This is more proof that the Second World War was a charade. Defending and supplying Norway didn't prevent Hitler for invading that country.

Bundesarchiv_Bild_183-J28589,_Kriegsgefangene_amerikanische_Soldaten.jpg(left, US prisoners of war taken during Ardennes offensive.) 

2. The Battle of the Bulge. In December 1944, Hitler tried to reverse his fortunes by launching a surprise attack in the West aimed at capturing Antwerp, the harbor that supplied the Allied troops. As Hitler's adjutants tell it, this offensive was on the verge of success when General Guderian showed up at HQ and warned that a Russian attack was imminent.  After staking everything on the Ardennes (Bulge) gambit,
Hitler followed Bormann's counsel and sent the core of his forces to the east.
Hitler told Gunsche: "Tell
[western front commander, Sepp] Dietrich he must withdraw his divisions from the front two at a time. Tell him I have decided to throw his entire army at the eastern Front." (175)
"It was as if [Western front commander, Sepp] Dietrich had been struck by lightning. Everything was ready to force a crossing of the Maas...Skorzeny's units had already caused panic behind the lines and were already approaching the bridges on the Maas: The Fuhrer needs to be clear about one thing," Dietrich continued. "If my army is withdraw, then the road is open for the British and Americans to reach the Rhine." (p.176)   

By the time Gunsche got back to HQ from seeing Dietrich, Hitler had already decamped to Berlin.  German losses numbered 15,652 killed, 41,600 wounded, and 27,582 captured/missing. All for nothing. Would anyone but a traitor launch an offensive of this magnitude and then drop it on the cusp of victory?

About 610,000 American forces were involved in the battle, with 89,000 casualties, including 19,000 killed. It was the largest and bloodiest battle fought by the United States in World War II.  

According to the two adjutants, except for this battle, and initial resistance after Normandy, the Allies took France and Belgium without any real opposition. "The Wehrmacht retreated behind the Siegfried line, fighting light skirmishes along the way. Almost without resistance, Anglo-American troops occupied France and Belgium." (p.171)

However they do correct two popular myths about Normandy. They say Hitler was in fact awakened on the morning of June 6, 1944 and not allowed to sleep in. The Normandy location had been correctly anticipated and Panzer Divisions had been moved there. In spite of this, Hitler concentrated his energies on the Eastern Front, where the situation was more grave, and the Allies were allowed to advance. (p. 149) 

Goering.jpg3. FAILURE TO SACK GOERING- In the fall of 1944, the General Major of the Air Force, Peltz, who commanded German bomber squadrons  in the West, "demanded that Goering be replaced on grounds of incompetence." He was supported by many Luftwaffe officers close to both Goering and Hitler.

Hitler waffled and failed to act. Failure in the air was a major factor in Nazi defeat. (p.251)

4. Failure to Support Rommel -
"Rommel told Hitler that he would without doubt have been able to advance to Alexandria had Hitler sent him the promised reinforcements." Again, Hitler used the need to counter Russia as his excuse. (p. 103) 


On the other hand, Hitler did not behave like a traitor. Linge and Gunsche provide an almost day-by-day portrait of Hitler's activities. What emerges is a man in declining health, pumped up by amphetamines, desperate to salvage a failing war effort. Defeats threw him into tantrums. He harangued and fired his generals. One had a heart attack in his presence.

If Hitler were a traitor, he was a consummate actor.  For example, he pretended that Rudolf Hess had acted without his knowledge. He ranted and stormed and claimed Hess was mad. In fact, The Hitler Book confirms that Hess was a peace envoy acting with Hitler's approval. (p.70-71)
See also, Makow-Did Hitler Betray Rudolf Hess (and Germany?)

There is another possibility however. Hitler may have been a multiple personality. In his book, Hitler Was a British Agent, Greg Hallett says Hitler spent February to November 1912 being brainwashed and trained at the British Military Psych-Ops War School at Tavistock in Devon and in Ireland. "War machines need war and [that means they need] funded, trained and supported double agents to be their patsies, their puppets and their puppet enemies," Hallett writes (38).

His sister-in-law describes Hitler as completely wasted when he arrived at her Liverpool home baggage-less. "I had an idea he was ill, his color was so bad and his eyes looked so peculiar," she wrote. "He was always reading, not books, little pamphlets printed in German. I don't know what was in them nor exactly where they came from." (pp. 29,35) Hallett says these were Tavistock training manuals.

Illuminati brainwashing techniques would explain why our politicians are able to deceive and betray us without compunction.


There is no way the Nazis could have come to power without Illuminati Jewish connivance. Fifty years prior, in 1882, Christian leaders conceded that Jewish control of Germany was insurmountable.

Nazi anti Semitism disguised Hitler's true sponsorship and targeted non-Zionist Jews who needed to be reclaimed for Illuminati Jewish supremacy by being trauma brainwashed and shipped to Israel.

In the Protocols, the author says anti Semitism is used with their consent to manage their "lesser brethren." In the case of the Nazis, it was also used to provoke a world war to increase their wealth and power, degrade and demoralize the human race, and precipitate the genocide of almost 60 million non-Jews, including almost six million Nazi "anti Semites."

World wars are too important to be left to chance. Hitler was an Illuminati agent.


David Richards- Eight Indications Illuminati Orchestrated WW2
Makow- Are World wars Orchestrated?


Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Hitler a Traitor? Testimony of His Closest Aides "

Steed said (August 18, 2014):

I'd say it's more likely Hitler treated the USSR as the prime enemy because he knew the British - and the English in particular - were Teutonic kin to the German folk, and he wished to preserve a relationship with the people even if the British government were out of line.

Dick Eastman said (August 18, 2014):

It's difficult for me to imagine that Hitler would secretly work the defeat of his own Third Reich any more than Walt Disney would sabotage Disneyland. He made it. It was his conception. The people were his from gratitude.

That pact with Stalin and the attack upon the USSR were blunders. And the murder of his "populist" SA leaders was certainly a betrayal. But I think his diplomacy with the United Kingdom was a reasonable course given what Hitler knew of UK during the Liberal Chamberlain government.

Had Edward VII remained king an alliance between Britian and Germany would have been very likely. Much of the ruling class liked Hitler. Mosely attempted to follow Hitler's pattern. The Moseley sisters, one of them married Moseley, visited Hiter. A real mutual admiration society. And Chamberlain certainly had not demonized Hitler and signed a treaty with him as Britain would any accepted nation among the family of nations.

The story is not often told of how Poland was looking for a fight. Which perhaps provided incentive for the Hitler-Stalin pact. But the mess -- as confusing and controversial and propagandized as the current situation in Ukraine -- and from it World War II began. England declared war. Hitler did not want Germany to fight British. That is why he did very little in the opening months of the war -- "sitzkrieg" I believe they called it. It was the hope of a negotiated peace with Britian that led Hitler to not spill blood. He let the British escape, but by then the war profiteers and war financiers caused the Chamberlain goverment to fall and Churchill replaced them.

Even under Churchill, who I am sure Hitler did not read properly at first, Hitler did not bomb cities. But Churchill did not want to let down the City of London and Bernard Baruch in America -- he started bombing German cities and he insisted upon unconditional surrender and embraced communist Joseph Stalin as an ally. Hitler must have remembered how in 1918 and 19 Churchill wanted to strangle the communist revolution of Lenin and Trotsky, supproting the intervention at Archangel and Vladivostok. Hitler knew that much about Churchill.

And with that limited knowledge he sent Hess to Hitler most likely to explain what a victory for Stalin in the East would mean to Europe, most likely Hess offered that Hitler would step down if Germany were allowed to secure their eastern boarders against Stalin. Churchill was the betrayer of Britain -- and Hitler was fooled with the British.

As for your other points, I believe you are a better strategist than Hitler. But the fact that he did not follow the course that now seems so obviously smarter, does not mean that H was pulling punches -- he was just not placing good punches.

Dan said (August 17, 2014):

This is a misunderstanding of the straightforward reason why Hitler's decisions brought so many disasters once the war was on.

The command structure of National Socialism was the 'Führerprinzip' (or 'leader principle'). Their hierarchy structure was based on Social Darwinism.
That means each man on the rung above you has absolute authority over you, and so on up to the 'Führer'. When they became the government of Germany, they imposed this system on everything. We cannot easily imagine a figurehead with the power Hitler had. Decisions went up the chain of command based on this. So when the General of the 7th Army was caught in Stalin's trap in Stalingrad and the other armies had created an retreat route so the 7th could be saved for another day - Hitler said "Nein!" Result: The Wehrmacht lost it's best army, plus lost the Russian front.
The same thing delayed German response to the surprise invasion of Normandy on D Day. Rommel and Hitler were unavailable to give orders or permissions to the generals in France. Thus the Allies had time to establish a beach head and had already penetrated France before the Nazis got their shit together.

These things weren't sabotage by Hitler. He just wasn't God - contrary to Social Darwinist belief. The 'Führerprinzip' was just plain stupid, as well as ruthless.


Annette said (August 17, 2014):

Just read Hitler was a traitor article. Very interesting. I’d like to thank you for posting so many alternative angles on WWII. I’ve really learned so much on your site- stuff I would have never have had the patience to glean myself as one must be devoted to combing through many of these WWII books.

I think your theory about Hitler must be right. I recently watched this video and it was very informative ( to me ) but I really couldn’t buy the saccharin image of Hitler portrayed there either. However the rest is quite interesting.

I’m starting to wonder what knowing any this does for us though. I’ve met few to none who seem to care about the truth - that or they can’t handle the truth. Feel like I’m from another planet.

Sandra said (August 17, 2014):

Very interesting reading, needless to say. OTOH, sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

David said (August 17, 2014):

Henry, although he has been viciously smeared and persecuted for being a "Holocaust denier", historian David Irving is also a wealth of information about the Third Reich. Many intimate associates of Hitler (like Traudl Junge, Hitler's personal secretary who was in the bunker with the German high command at the very end) first spoke only to Irving after years of silence about what they witnessed.

The fact that Irving's work & research has been subjected to book burnings, vandalism and confiscation (a la the SS) by Western authorities tells me he is in possession of damning evidence at odds with the "official version" of WWII.

Mike C said (August 17, 2014):

I don't think Hitler or anyone else at the time understood how badly infected with Bolshevism the West was at the time.

Even today, even given the huge amount of brainwashing, media control and censorship, I would be hesitant to believe that Western peoples could be turned against what was is/was essentially a pro-Western fight.

Hitler was a dreamer, a visionary. Visionaries and dreamers have a hard time seeing how ugly the world is. If they did they wouldn't be visionaries or dreamers.

See: Tesla

Hitler's main blindness was thinking he could fight spiritual evil with tanks and guns. But I can't blame him. There was nothing left to do. So he set himself with tanks and guns towards where the greatest spiritual evil lay.

Henry you're seeing Hitler's fight as one of material ground, but it was one of spirit. No practical mere "battle engineer" would have even embarked on what was obviously a losing mission from the very start. The war was a dream by a people and their leader to save the Western world after it was already lost. It didn't make sense from the start. But that doesn't mean he was a traitor or agent. A fool perhaps. But he wouldn't have known for sure unless he tried.

Thanks Mike

Please don't idolize Hitler. He was a psychopath.


U said (August 17, 2014):

All our lives we seem to cruise along and never really question anything we have been told. If we are one of the lucky ones, someday, somebody or something will stir that small, still voice inside of us that has been trying to tell us for years it is all one big lie.

At first we struggle to ignore that faint whisper, but as time goes on it grows into deafening roar which can no longer be ignored or denied. If we are one of the lucky few, we will be set free by the truth and no longer be shackled to the lies of the political parties, religious organizations, or any other form of control the cryptocracy has devised to keep our minds enslaved.

It usually starts with one event. It is the lie you just can't buy. With me it was 9-11. Watching the whole thing unfold on national TV, I said from the very start, "Wow, those buildings look like they were brought down by controlled demolition" and "where are the plane parts" in Shanksville and the Pentagon. Never the less, it took me another five years to actually make myself do my own research on the whole event and to quit believing the politicians and their lackeys the MSM.

Once you manage to free your mind from the first lie, the rest will fall like dominoes if you have the desire and will to find all of histories truths. Thanks Henry for being a part of the whole trip. Truth is the only answer and our only hope.

It took a while to get around to WWII, but once I got there I found it was also one big lie. The thing that made me question Hitler was "The Miracle Of Dunkirk". No military commander in his right mind would have let the Brits skip out of their predicament unhindered. Back when war was war, those poor dumb troops would have been annihilated. I just want to share this link and let those who know the truth realize how silly this so called miracle is.

linux user said (August 17, 2014):

I found today's article on Hitler quite interesting. I've been wondering about that guy for a while too.

My theory (which is consistent with all facts I'm aware of) is that he was an Illuminati agent, but they didn't tell him the full story.

I think the story they gave him essentially was that they wanted to establish a dictatorship spanning pretty much all of Europe (essentially the blueprint of today's EU), while letting him assume that this would be the "greater Germany" he was trying to build.

He knew that the UK would be part of the European Dictatorship (EU) - so he didn't see it as a threat, he assumed they'd make peace with him or even surrender to him, given the EU is/was supposed to include both the UK and Germany.

I'm not sure about whether or not they told him the USSR was part of their plan as well - but I tend to think they didn't. His behavior is consistent with someone who is fighting the USSR "enemy" so he can win and get the job as dictator of Europe.

JG said (August 16, 2014):

Contrary to popular belief, it's NOT the victors who write the history books, it's the people who CONTROL the information outlets that write the history and establish the war narrative.

With the advent of the greatest tool for freedom of information, the internet, controlled history is now being challenged and accurately debunked. It's no longer one group or one media conglomerate that has the power to control and censor all historical intel.

The Illuminati controlled MSM has created such a plethora of repeated lies about Hitler and WW2 that it will still take years to convince the mass population that a different scenario could possibly exist that is contrary the propagated narrative that has been beaten into their consciousness for the last five decades by way of books, movies, and now museums.

I personally no longer dwell into the official sanctioned account of WW2 history.Through the efforts of so many writers and researchers in the Alternative Media my curiosity had been satisfied and I can never believe the lies of WW2 again. I don't have all the answers but I have enough to put this page of history behind.

Jim Perloff said (August 16, 2014):

I have been convinced that Bormann was a traitor ever since reading Louis Kilzer's HITLER'S TRAITOR and Pierre de Villemarest's UNTOUCHABLE: WHO PROTECTED BORMANN AND GESTAPO MULLER AFTER 1945. The thesis, of course, is that it was Bormann who provided the steady reports of the German military’s plans to the Red Orchestra (the communist spy ring in Switzerland) who in turn transmitted them to Stalin, resulting in the Red Army’s amazing reversal of fortunes.

I do not believe, however, that Hitler himself was a traitor protecting Britain. It is true that Germany changed its focus to Russia in 1941, but that was because Stalin had amassed 170 divisions on his Western frontier. They were not arrayed in depth for defense, but bunched for invasion.

In Operation Barbarossa, Germany was joined by the armies of Finland, Romania, Hungary, Italy and Croatia, to say nothing of 47,000 Spanish volunteers and thousands of Belgian volunteers. Their goal was to end the threat to Europe from the murderous Bolsheviks (whom the Illuminati had created).

The Germans continued to launch an all-out U-boat offensive against Britain, in which they had signal success until 1943, when Allied advances in technology, tactics and code-breaking turned the tide. U-boats were usually not needed against Russia, where it was a land war, so that’s where most of the troops and tanks went. The Germans did fight bitterly against British troops in North Africa and Greece.

It is evident from all the German memoirs I have read that people in Germany feared the Soviet Bolsheviks far more than they feared American and British troops. This is why everyone who could tried to surrender to American and British units instead of the Russians (although anyone who has read about Eisenhower’s death camps knows how much these expectations ended in disillusionment). In any event, this is why the Germans fought harder against the Soviets until the end of the war.

John said (August 16, 2014):

Rationalizing history after the facts is all opinion. But another explanation is that Hitler simply made tactical mistakes that at the time did not seem like mistakes. For one thing he was sure he could come to some agreement with Britain. A foolish thought, but he seems to have believed that.

Also Stalin was preparing to attack Germany so Hitler saw the greater threat as coming from Soviet Russia than Britain. Gibraltar was not seen as so important since German access to the Atlantic was not dependent on taking Gibraltar.

It is easy to see now that Hitler should have invaded Britain early on, after Dunkirk. But at the time it may have seemed wise to call for peace, which is what Hitler did.


Thanks John,

Blocking the entrance to the Mediterranean would have doomed British holdings in Egypt, Palestine and Iraq and cuts off oil supplies. It would have hampered the Allied invasion of North Africa.


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at