What happened to Hitler’s family after the war?
II. World War II was one of the most devastating events in human history. Millions of people around the world have died because of the war. One of the most terrible figures of this bloody war was undoubtedly Adolf Hitler. With its inhuman ideology, this monster, which caused thousands of people to suffer unbearably and countless others died, committed suicide when it became clear that Germany had lost the war. Okay, but II. Let’s see what happened to Hitler’s family after World War II.
II. Adolf Hitler, one of the darkest and most terrifying figures of World War II, committed suicide in a bunker in Berlin after realizing that Nazi Germany had failed.
Adolf Hitler had no children. His sister Paula, who lived during his lifetime, also had no children. For this reason, many thought for a long time that the Hitler family was destroyed forever with the death of Adolf and Paula. But the reality was not like that at all.
Adolf Hitler’s father, Alois Hitler, was married to a woman named Frannie before marrying Adolf’s mother, Clara. From this marriage, Alois Jr. And they had two children named Angela. So Adolf Hitler had not one, but three brothers and sisters…
Alois Jr. changed her name after the war, gave birth to two children, William and Heinrich, and Hitler’s older sister Angela gave birth to three children, whom she named Leo, Geli and Elfride.
In the following years, the Hitler family continued to expand. Although the dark legacy of Adolf in the family made itself felt, members of the Hitler family continued to live under new and, of course, different names. Hitler’s nephew Leo had a child whom he named Peter. Elfrida named her child Heiner.
Relatives of Adolf Hitler, who were with him during the years when he and Germany led the world to disaster, were forced to leave Germany after the war.
For example, Hitler’s nephew named William (whom Hitler referred to as “my disgusting nephew”) did his best to take advantage of Hitler’s power and influence during the war years, making it clear that he was Hitler’s nephew wherever he went.
However, by the end of the war, everything had changed. Realizing that Hitler was plunged into disaster, William sighed in the United States. He also changed his name. He avoided even the slightest gesture that could indicate his relationship with Hitler …
Adolf Hitler’s nephew William lived in the US like a real American
At least he managed to convince the neighbors that he was a real American. He married in the USA. He took the surname “Stuart-Houston” and worked various jobs. In subsequent years, she had four children, one of whom died in a car accident. Adolf Hitler occupied almost no place in the memoirs of his children. But the three children of Hitler’s obnoxious nephew William, brothers Alexander, Louis and Brian Stewart-Houston, have learned some very intriguing family secrets…
The last surviving relatives of Adolf Hitler made a pact to liquidate the Hitler family!
They will never have children. The brothers managed to stick to this agreement. There are two other members of the Hitler family and cousins of the Stuart-Houston brothers who live in Austria. But they, too, are involved in the brothers’ plan to end Hitler’s family.
The youngest of the last surviving relatives of Adolf Hitler is 48 years old. The elder is 86. So, probably, in the next 50 years there will be no members of the Hitler family and the Hitler family will be wiped off the face of the earth forever …
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