It seems Hitler was part Jewish

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  1. wwkirk

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    Hitler's secret history revealed: Study suggests Nazi leader's grandfather was Jewish

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    For years, the rumor existed that Adolf Hitler's paternal grandfather was Jewish, but the claim went unsubstantiated. Now, a new study suggests that the grandfather of the Nazi leader was indeed Jewish.

    Published in the Journal of European Studies, the study, authored by family physician and psychologist Dr. Leonard Sax, refutes claims made by the German historian, Nikolaus von Preradovich, who said: "'Not a single Jew’ (kein einziger Jude) was living in Graz prior to 1856."
     
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  2. michael59

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    Yup, and his father was his mother's uncle. And they had other children but, Hitler was the only child that lived.

    How's that for irony?


    Ewwwwwwwww. lol
     
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  3. Shadowprophet

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    I don't know, Guys, This post will blow your minds, But, I'm not trying to blow your minds, I'm just pointing out how lucky we are to live in the times that we do. We have a Blessing, That no one stops to count. We live in a time when hate and bigotry abuse and slavery are condemned things. I don't say these things, To offend people, Or scare people or, hurt people. Everyone here knows I have dedicated my life to studying, It's not just because I want to know things. It's because Everyone's mind is a muscle. If we don't work our brains out, Like a muscle, We lose them.

    I'm going to be Spouting a lot of uncomfortable facts here. Some Will disgust people, As it should, I mention these things only to illustrate how much the world has changed in a very short time. We can debate philosophically if humanity is progressed, Or, We can accept that in the last four hundred years. Humanity has literally evolved into a superior form.

    Mind you it was just 1920 when women got the right to even vote.

    Sexual abuse against a child was outlawed in 1973, 1973!!!!

    When this song came out,



    People were still doing horrible things to children and it wasn't a crime?!. I study History, I study policies, We have changed a great deal for the better. But, What excuse do those people who lived in those times, What excuses do they have for their crimes? There excuse is simple, It wasn't a crime when they did it.

    So, if it weren't for how far we have come, How many people would still own slaves? And yeah, we can have an ethical conversation, Oh no shadow, I would Never own a slave. Ever Never, No shadow you are wrong, People can lie all they want to, If it was legal for them to own Halle Berry, We know a lot of people would. That's just a common-sense fact. in fact, Now that the example is made. Why is Halle Berry so important, If people could legally own other people, Then many people would find an excuse to own one, It's the greed of human nature and all the ethical prostration in the universe can't change that if the times and laws were different, We would be different as well.

    We can look back on the past with Rightful disgust, But we do so from a different place and time then they lived. We judge them because we are better people, we have changed so much, It's our right to do so. But, The Social implications are profound here, Are we truly better people individually, or do we only benefit from living in a more enlightened era?

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  4. pigfarmer

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    Family name was Schickelgruber, or something similar
     
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    The Hitler Family Is Alive And Well — But They’re Determined To End The Bloodline
    By Katie Serena
    Published October 10, 2017
    Updated December 5, 2018
    The Hitler family has five remaining members of the bloodline. If they have their way, it will end with them.
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    Wikimedia CommonsAdolf Hitler with his longtime lover and short-lived wife Eva Braun.


    Peter Raubal, Heiner Hochegger, and Alexander, Louis and Brian Stuart-Houston are all vastly different men. Peter was an engineer, Alexander a social worker. Louis and Brian run a landscaping business. Peter and Heiner live in Austria, while the Stuart-Houston brothers live on Long Island, a few blocks from each other.


    It would seem the five men have nothing in common, and apart from one thing, they really don’t — but that one thing is a big one.


    They are the only remaining members of Adolf Hitler’s bloodline.


    And they’re determined to be the last.


    Adolf Hitler was only married for 45 minutes before his suicide and his sister Paula never married. Apart from rumors of Adolf having an illegitimate child with a French teenager, they both died childless, leading many to believe for a long time that the horrific gene pool had died with them.


    However, historians discovered that though the Hitler family had been small, five Hitler descendants were still alive.


    Before Adolf’s father, Alois, had married his mother, Klara, he had been married to a woman named Franni. With Franni, Alois had had two children, Alois Jr. and Angela.


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    Wikimedia CommonsAdolf’s parents Klara and Alois Hitler.


    Alois Jr. changed his name after the war and had two children, William and Heinrich. William is the Stuart-Houston boys’ father.


    Angela married and had three children, Leo, Geli, and Elfriede. Geli was most known for her potentially-inappropriate relationship with her half-uncle and her resulting suicide.


    Leo and Elfriede both married and had children, both boys. Peter was born to Leo and Heiner to Elfriede.


    As children, the Stuart-Houston boys were told of their ancestry. As a child, their father had been known as Willy. He was also known as “my loathsome nephew” by the Fuhrer.


    As a child, the loathsome nephew attempted to make a profit from his famous uncle, even resorting to blackmailing him for money and plush employment opportunities. However, as the dawn of the second world war approached and his uncle’s true intentions began to reveal themselves, Willy moved to America and after the war ultimately changed his name. He no longer felt any desire to be associated with Adolf Hitler.


    He moved to Long Island, married, and raised four sons, one of whom died in a car accident. Their neighbors remember the family as “aggressively all-American,” but there are some who remember Willy looking just a little too much like a certain dark figure. However, the boys have noted that their father’s family connections were rarely discussed with outsiders.


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    Getty Images Adolf’s sister Angela and her daughter Geli.

    As soon as they knew about their Hitler family history, the three boys made a pact. None of them would have children and the family line would end with them. It also seems that the other Hitler descendants, their cousins in Austria, felt the same way.


    Both Peter Raubal and Heiner Hochegger have never married and have no children. Nor do they plan to. They also have no interest in continuing the legacy of their great-uncle any more than the Stuart-Houston brothers.


    When Heiner’s identity was revealed in 2004, there was a question of whether the descendants would receive royalties from Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf. All of the living heirs claim they want no part of it.


    “Yes I know the whole story about Hitler’s inheritance,” Peter told Bild am Sonntag, a German newspaper. “But I don’t want to have anything to do with it. I will not do anything about it. I only want to be left alone.”


    The sentiment is one that all five Hitler descendants share.


    So, it seems, the last of the Hitler family will soon die out. The youngest of the five is 48 and the oldest is 86. By the next century, there won’t be a living member of the Hitler bloodline left.
    Getty Images Adolf’s sister Angela and her daughter Geli.


    As soon as they knew about their Hitler family history, the three boys made a pact. None of them would have children and the family line would end with them. It also seems that the other Hitler descendants, their cousins in Austria, felt the same way.


    Both Peter Raubal and Heiner Hochegger have never married and have no children. Nor do they plan to. They also have no interest in continuing the legacy of their great-uncle any more than the Stuart-Houston brothers.


    When Heiner’s identity was revealed in 2004, there was a question of whether the descendants would receive royalties from Adolf Hitler’s book Mein Kampf. All of the living heirs claim they want no part of it.


    “Yes I know the whole story about Hitler’s inheritance,” Peter told Bild am Sonntag, a German newspaper. “But I don’t want to have anything to do with it. I will not do anything about it. I only want to be left alone.”


    The sentiment is one that all five Hitler descendants share.


    So, it seems, the last of the Hitler family will soon die out. The youngest of the five is 48 and the oldest is 86. By the next century, there won’t be a living member of the Hitler bloodline left.


    Ironic, yet fitting, that the man who made it his life’s goal to create the perfect bloodline by eliminating the bloodline of others will have his own stamped out so intentionally.


    The Hitler Family Is Alive And Well — But They're Determined To End The Bloodline
     
  6. Shadowprophet

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    Meh, That's All fine and good, But everyone knows Hitler's real Origin,

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    Dude was full-on Jamaican, Why people deny this, I'll never know, maybe it's all the disinformation out there lol :Whistle:
     
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  7. michael59

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    I remember a teacher giving my high school class the info that I spoke of in my last post. Maybe I am remembering it wrong. Maybe the teacher said the only male child that lived? Or maybe the teacher had it wrong when he shared the info. Doesn't matter really.
     
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