In psychology there is a hypothetical question that regularly comes up “If you could go back in time, knowing what you know about Hitler, would you kill the baby Adolf?”
You don’t have to answer that question to me, you can answer it to yourself. I will however give you my answer/ I would, without even blinking an eye.
Something that has always intrigued me is the notion that although I strongly believe no one is born evil, Hitler may just have been the exception. Now this is not a scientific proof but just my own theory, his evil presence or karma for the lack of a better word. may already have effected his own family.
Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, a town in Austria-Hungary (in present-day Austria), close to the border with the German Empire. He was christened as “Adolphus Hitler”. He was the fourth of six children born to Alois Hitler and his third wife, Klara Pölzl. Three of Hitler’s siblings—Gustav, Ida, and Otto—died in infancy.
On the morning of 3 January 1903, Hitler’s Father Alois went to the Gasthaus Wiesinger (no. 1 Michaelsbergstrasse, Leonding) as usual to drink his morning glass of wine.
He was offered the newspaper and promptly collapsed. He was taken to an adjoining room and a doctor was summoned, but Alois Hitler died at the inn, probably from a pleural hemorrhage.
When Alois died in 1903, he left a government pension. Klara,Adolf’s Mother, sold the house in Leonding and moved with young Adolf and Paula to an apartment in Linz, where they lived frugally.
In 1906, Klara Hitler discovered a lump in her breast but initially ignored it. After experiencing chest pains that were keeping her awake at night, she finally consulted the family doctor, Eduard Bloch, in January 1907. She had been busy with her household, she said, so had neglected to seek medical aid. Dr. Bloch chose not to inform Klara that she had breast cancer and left it to her son Adolf to inform her. She died on December 21, 1907 age 47.
Henri Ford was a great admirer of Hitler and vice versa. In 1938 Henry Ford received the Grand Cross of the German Eagle from Nazi officials. It is also alleged that Henri Ford sent a personal cheque of $50,000 to Hitler on his birthday for several years.
The picture below is of Goering, Keitel, and Himmler wishing Hitler a happy Birthday on April 20th, 1941. Just over 4 years later they would thankfully all be dead.
On 20 April, his 56th birthday, Hitler made his last trip from the Führerbunker (Führer’s shelter) to the surface. In the ruined garden of the Reich Chancellery, he awarded Iron Crosses to boy soldiers of the Hitler Youth, who were now fighting the Red Army at the front near Berlin.
At his last public appearance on April 25,1945 he Hitler decorated more members of the “Hitler Jugend”
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