Why do I want to send my uncle to hell? Because he is Hitler
The same mad sadist - fiend Adolf was not the only child in the family. He had a stepbrother and had a sister for a while.
In the July 1939 issue of Look Magazine, you can read the story by William P. Hitler, called “Why I hate my uncle”. The author is William Patrick "Willie" Stuart-Houston (né Hitler, March 12, 1911 - July 14, 1987) and he narrates in this way:
William Patrick Hitler was born in Liverpool in the UK in 1911, his father was the brother of Adolf Hitler and his name was Alois Hitler. William moved to Germany in 1933 in an attempt to take advantage of his uncle's position (!). Did not work out.
Turns out William was a thorn in Adolf's ass in the 1930s. His uncle did not help him, and he moved to the United States in 1939. There, William served in the US Navy during World War II. After the war, William Hitler changed his last name to Stuart-Houston.
The article, written by William, shows how the nephew treated Adolf Hitler.
Here are some excerpts:
“We ate cakes and whipped cream, a favorite delicacy of Hitler. I was struck by his female gestures. There was dandruff on his coat. ”
“When I arrived in Berlin in 1931, the family was in trouble. Raubal, the sister of my father and Adolf, committed suicide. Everyone knew that she was Hitler, and that she was expecting a child - a fact that caused Hitler’s rage. His revolver was found in her body. ”
Page published story. 1939
“I published several articles about my uncle when I returned to England and was immediately recalled to Berlin by Adolf. He was furious. Walking around the room, with wild eyes and a tearful voice, he made me promise to abandon my articles and threatened to kill myself if something else was written on the subject of his personal life. ”
Pp. Of published story. 1939
New Berchtesgaden - the house of Hitler, which I first saw in 1936.
I went there with friends and we were escorted to the garden. Hitler entertained several very beautiful women.
When he saw us, he came, cutting the air with his whip. He took the opportunity to warn me: never to mention that I was his nephew. Then he returned to his guests, still angrily clapped with the scourge. ”
“I will never forget the last time he sent for me. He was cruel and angry when I arrived. He walked back and forth, waving a horse-whip, shouting insults, as if he were delivering a political solemn speech. ”
Bridget Hitler, the wife of half-brother Adolf Hitler Alois, says goodbye to his son William Patrick Hitler outside the Astor Hotel in New York.
So what happened to William Hitler afterwards?
In 1940, a year after fleeing Nazi Germany and building a house in New York, they tried to recruit him into the US military; however, it was then denied for one incredible reason: his uncle was Adolf Hitler.
William Patrick Hitler, 28, and his mother, Mrs. Alois Hitler, leave St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, April 2, 1939, after visiting Sunday services.
Two years later, after his uncle declared war on the United States, William Patrick Hitler tried to re-enlist in the military service by writing a fascinating letter directly to the US President. The head of the FBI, Edgar Hoover personally took up the topic and eventually took him to the service.
William Patrick Hitler joined the US Navy in 1944, and was released in 1947 after being injured in the service.He passed away 40 years later, in New York.
This is the sequence of Hitler’s next of kin. The last in the family, of course, in the end. But maybe there is someone else who knows them. From the name, cursed by mankind, they refused.
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