The only two countries that offered condolences to the German people on the death of Hitler were Argentina and Ireland. Peron & De Valera were both big Germanophiles and sympathetic towards Hitler.
If Hitler had escaped to Buenos Aires or Dublin, claiming asylum, would they have refused to hand him over to the vengeful allies, or at least delay by years his extradition? Or would the Allies dare to actually invade to extract him? I don't think they would.
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