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Spotted in Argentina during the summer of 1951 was Mussolini's daughter, Edda Ciano (1910 1995), Otto Skorzeny (1908 1975) and Croatian fascist Ante Pavelić (1889 1959). The murderous Pavelić was in the employ of the Argentine dictator, Juan Peron; the other two resided in Europe (Countess Ciano had recently served a two year stint in the Italian prison system and Skorzeny, as an ODESSA flunky, was no stranger to South America).

The flag above is that of the Nazi Party in Argentina. This organization had thousands of members long after the war ended.

Read about the earliest sightings of Hitler: 1945-1955

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Unrepentant Fascists in Argentina (People Today, 1951)

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