In 1945, when Russian troops have entered Berlin, Adolf Hitler decided to commit suicide, at the same time taking on the his new wife Eva Braun and even his dog Blondie. About seven hours later, the Russians found in the bunker of their body, which are then buried. But some time later, Stalin ordered to exhume the remains and take away part of the skull and teeth of the Fuhrer, for photographic evidence seemed convincing enough leader.
Almost 25 years later, in 1970, the site of a new burial Hitler took control of East Germany. But the Soviet authorities sent the KGB, so they again dug up the remains because he was afraid that this place may become an object of worship. The order was made, the remains are cremated and the ashes were scattered over Elbe.
The case was closed. But in 2009, scientists conducted a DNA examination of the skull fragment of Hitler. The results of the analysis showed that it belongs to a woman not over forty years.
That is, either they grabbed the wrong skull or Hitler was hiding a big secret.
The case is reopened. Assumptions were the most courageous. The jaw which was removed along with part of the skull, suspicious jealously guarding Russian under the pretext of "extreme fragility" and under any pretext not want to provide it for research purposes. The mystery remains unsolved.