Vintage Pulp Apr 9 2013
LOOKING FOR MR. REICH
The National Police Gazette reminds readers exactly how hard to pin down that Hitler guy is.

No, we’re not done with this guy yet. This Police Gazette cover, which makes the nineteenth we’ve found and posted featuring Adolf Hitler, is from the excellent Scribd.com website and dates from this month in 1953. What is der Führer up to? Well, this time he’s hiding out in the Patagonia region of Argentina along with 75,000 other nazis, all of whom are under the protection of Argentine president Juan Peron. What we love about this story is that it refers back to the Gazette’s infamous Hitler-in-Antarctica issue, pondering: Has the defeated Führer moved his headquarters from the Shangri-La he had established in the Antarctic to the Argentine? Good question. Gazette editors would beat this dead horse for about ten more years, but there was a kernel of truth in it. Juan Peron’s government did take in and protect numerous nazis. Other governments that did the same include that of the United States. However Argentina did it on a massive scale—not 75,000 massive, but still large. About 5,000 nazis settled there. Was Adolf Hitler among them? The National Police Gazette says yes. But we’re not convinced. Guess we’ll just have to wait for whatever new evidence appears in the Gazette’s next, inevitable Hitler issue.

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May 07
1945—World War II Ends
At Reims, France, German General Alfred Jodl signs unconditional surrender terms, thus ending Germany's participation in World War II. Jodl is then arrested and transferred to the German POW camp Flensburg, and later he is made to stand before the International Military Tribunal at the Nuremberg Trials. At the conclusion of the trial, Jodl is sentenced to death and hanged as a war criminal.
1954—French Are Defeated at Dien Bien Phu
In Vietnam, the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, which had begun two months earlier, ends in a French defeat. The United States, as per the Mutual Defense Assistance Act, gave material aid to the French, but were only minimally involved in the actual battle. By 1961, however, American troops would begin arriving in droves, and within several years the U.S. would be fully embroiled in war.
May 06
1937—The Hindenburg Explodes
In the U.S, at Lakehurst, New Jersey, the German zeppelin LZ 129 Hindenburg catches fire and is incinerated within a minute while attempting to dock in windy conditions after a trans-Atlantic crossing. The disaster, which kills thirty-six people, becomes the subject of spectacular newsreel coverage, photographs, and most famously, Herbert Morrison's recorded radio eyewitness report from the landing field. But for all the witnesses and speculation, the actual cause of the fire remains unknown.
May 05
1921—Chanel No. 5 Debuts
Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel, the pioneering French fashion designer whose modernist philosophy, menswear-inspired styles, and pursuit of expensive simplicity made her an important figure in 20th-century fashion, introduces the perfume Chanel No. 5, which to this day remains one of the world's most legendary and best selling fragrances.
1961—First American Reaches Space
Three weeks after Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to fly into space, U.S. astronaut Alan Shepard completes a sub-orbit of fifteen minutes, returns to Earth, and is rescued from his Mercury 3 capsule in the Atlantic Ocean. Shepard made several more trips into space, even commanding a mission at age 47, and was eventually awarded the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.
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