In spring 1945 — after the destruction of in the massive bomb attack of — Adolf Hitler moved Angela to Berchtesgaden to avoid her being captured by the. He was buried on 7 September 1977 in Linz. In 1876, three years after Alois married Anna Glasl-Hörer, he hired as a household servant. Angela Hitler Born Angela Franziska Johanna Hitler 1883-07-28 28 July 1883 , Died 30 October 1949 1949-10-30 aged 66 , Nationality , Other names Angela Raubal Angela Hammitzsch Spouse s Leo Raubal 1903—1910; his death Martin Hammitzsch 1936—1945; his death Children Elfriede Friedl Raubal Parent s Franziska Matzelsberger Stepmother: Relatives half-brother Alois Hitler, Jr. Hitler's post at regimental headquarters, providing frequent interactions with senior officers, may have helped him receive this decoration. In the 1950s, the third possibility became popular among historians, but modern historians have concluded that Frank's speculation has no factual support. Klara and Alois had been married for three years, and all their children were dead, but Alois still had the children from his relationship with Matzelsberger, Alois Jr.
Hitler had a close relationship with his mother during her lifetime. About this Item: Routledge, 2013. If Johann Nepomuk was the father of Alois, Klara was the half-niece of Alois; if Johann Georg was his father, she was his first cousin once removed. Hitler family tree Note: For simplicity, the first childless marriage of Alois Hitler b. The reader is given the advantage of a fuller historical spectrum, and can better grasp the true shape of the present.
From United Kingdom to U. She and her brother Alois Hitler, Jr. Johann Nepomuk Hiedler also known as Johann Nepomuk Hüttler was named after a , , an important saint for Bohemians of both and ethnicity. He had five children ranging in age from infancy to 14; Smith suggests he yelled at the children almost continually and made long visits to the local tavern. Biography Angela Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn , Austria-Hungary , as the second son of Alois Hitler and his second wife, Franziska Matzelsberger. Adolf's nephew Heinz was a member of the Nazi Party. About this Item: Unwin Hyman, 1990.
In 1842, he married 15 April 1795 — 7 January 1847 and became the legal stepfather to her illegitimate five-year-old son,. By her own account, after losing a job with a Viennese insurance company in 1930 when her employers found out who she was, Paula received financial support from her brother which continued until his suicide in late April 1945. Hitler's stormtroopers and the attack on the German Republic, 1919-1933. The family has long been of interest to and because of the biological uncertainty of Hitler's paternal grandfather as well as the family's inter-relationships and their psychological effect on Hitler during his childhood and later life. Write , and , Using. Moscow, rather than London or Washington, seemed to have satisfied Beneš' objectives.
The stipulated that Germany must relinquish several of its territories and the. He then legitimized his son as Alois Hitler Jr. Adolf Hitler: His Family, Childhood and Youth. By her first husband, Leo Raubal, Sr. It is uncertain if she ever received any of this amount. From United Kingdom to U. She talked mostly about Hitler's childhood.
During the winter of 1887—8, struck the Hitler household, resulting in the deaths of both Gustav 8 December and Ida 2 January. There is some evidence Paula shared her brother's strong beliefs, but she was not politically active and never joined the Nazi Party. Nevertheless, she spoke very highly of him even after the war, and claimed that neither her brother nor she herself had known anything about the. On 4 June 1908 Angela gave birth to and in 1910 to a second daughter, Elfriede Elfriede Maria Hochegger, 10 January 1910 - 24 September 1993. Hitler as a soldier during the First World War 1914—1918 Hitler spent almost two months in the Red Cross hospital at , returning to his regiment on 5 March 1917.
The local bishop apparently believed this relationship was too close to approve on his own authority, so he forwarded the petition to Rome on behalf of Alois, seeking instead a papal dispensation, which was approved before the birth of the couple's first child. Though his rewarded actions may have been courageous, they were probably not highly exceptional. Jewish News of Northern California. Misch is a little less dire in his description of events, but it is no less clear that Hitler was well within range of the fighting: Originally, Hitler had scheduled five days for the visit. Angela had not heard anything from Adolf for a decade, until she reestablished contact with her in 1919. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.
Hitler: a chronology of his life and time. In 1892, Alois was transferred from Braunau to Passau. Alois Hitler died in 1903, leaving Klara a government. The Versailles Treaty and the economic, social, and political conditions in Germany after the war were later exploited by Hitler for political gains. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. Hitlers Liste: Ein Dokument Personlicher Beziehungen. I think this is best exemplified by how he entirely avoided the bad.
In February 1959, she agreed to be interviewed by , a documentary producer for television station. Around age 10, near the time of his mother's death, Alois went to live with Johann Nepomuk on his farm. Hitler: a chronology of his life and time. But after the Communist takeover his profession, as it was for many of his colleagues, was dying, because there was no market for hand-bound books. Father of Alois Hitler , Adolf's father The identity of the is disputed.