DOUBLE AGANT OFFERED TO KILL HITLER, BUT WAS REFUSED
Now, here is where things get REALLY interesting. National archives show that Chapman offered to blow Hitler up at a Nazi rally. Chapman believed his Abwehr handler, "Dr Graumann", real name Stephan von Gröning, would be able to get Chapman a seat close enough to Hitler to do the job.
However, this offer from Chapman was refused.
According to The Times,
Professor M.R.D. Foot, the distinguished historian of the Second World War, believes that the decision may have sprung from a number of factors, including a longstanding government policy against assassinating foreign heads of state, and mistrust of Chapman, a notorious jailbird.
Hang on a minute! Here is someone who is offering to go on a suicide mission to killl Hitler and save possibly millions of lives, and he may well have had the opportunity to succeed, because as the same article in The Times says,
The new evidence suggests that the German spymaster “Dr Graumann”, whose real name was Stephan von Gröning, may have been deliberately setting Chapman up as an assassin. Like many Abwehr officers, he was secretly a bitter opponent of Hitler. His offer to smuggle Chapman into a Nazi rally suggests he knew what Chapman had in mind, and that the two men may have been in league.
Read that second sentence again.
"Like many Abwehr officers, he was secretly a bitter opponent of Hitler."
One of "the many Abwehr officers" was only the chief of Abwehr, Admiral Canaris.
Canaris made a number of offers to have Hitler killed, including meeting the heads of MI6 and OSS at Santander in 1943 to suggest tricking Hitler to fly on a plane which would land in British controlled territory. And there was the failed assassination attempt on 20th July 1944 in which von Stauffenberg placed a bomb in Hitler's war room at Rastenburg which injured but did not kill Hitler. After this failed attempt Hitler went on a bloody revenge and murdered thousands of men, and sometimes the families of those involved or of anyone who had the remotest connection to the plot. It is this plot which, according to Rayelan Allan, led to the Gunther Russbacher Sr. fleeing to America to escape Hitler's revenge, leaving behind his son Gunther Jr., who was looked after by Kurt Waldheim, the UN Secretary General and would become America's most famous political prisoner.
But this Chapman plot is yet another indicator that the British establishment did not want Hitler dead, well not too soon anyway.
There was too much profit to be made.
The atomic bomb had not been dropped to scare the world into accepting the UN.
Not enough Jews had been murdered to use as emotional blackmail for the creation of Israel for the coming WW3.
And not enough American servicemen had been killed, which was necessary for the USA to accept the UN as a form of world government at the end of the war.
The Times article is at http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-2537272_1,00.html entitled, "The spy who offered to blow up Hitler on a suicide mission".