henrymakow.com — July 19, 2019
The identity of Hitler’s paternal grandfather is the best kept secret of modern history.
by Clifford Shack — (henrymakow.com)
Adolf Hitler required Nazi party candidates to trace family pedigree back to the year 1800 (1750 for SS officers). Those free of non-Aryan (i.e. Jewish, Gypsy, Slavic) ancestors were considered eligible, and were awarded an Aryan Certificate.
Curiously, Adolf Hitler didn’t have an Aryan Certificate. He exempted himself from needing one.
It would have looked quite ridiculous when his application was rejected for being the grandson of an international Jewish banker!
Adolf Hitler’s father, Alois Hitler, was born Aloys Schicklgruber on June 7, 1837. He was the illegitimate son of a 42 year old, unwed peasant woman from Lower Austria. Her name was Maria Anna Schicklgruber.
In an attempt to hurt Hitler’s political career, the day before the 1932 German presidential elections, a newspaper article titled, “Heil Schicklgruber!”, appeared around the world. It reported that the original surname of Hitler’s father was Schicklgruber.
The article was the brainchild of then soon-to-be Austrian Chancellor, Englebert Dollfuss. Dollfuss happened to also be an illegitimate son of an unwed Austrian peasant woman from Lower Austria. Hitler was, no doubt, furious.
Obviously, the article didn’t diminish Hitler political career.
Undaunted, Dollfuss allegedly persevered and launched a second investigation into Hitler’s family origins. This time he discovered that Maria Anna Schicklgruber, (1795-1847) was employed at the Vienna mansion of the bankers Salomon and Anselm Rothschild at the time that she conceived Hitler’s father.
Hitler ordered a takeover of the Austrian chancellery and Dollfuss was assassinated. According to the British historian, Sir Ian Kershaw, the damning evidence is said to be in the archives of the British Secret Service.
Though both Salomon and his son, Anselm were frequent business travellers, it would appear that at least one of them were home when Maria Anna conceived.
According to the historian, R.G.L. Waite, “Hitler thought himself Jewish.” Thinking a thick beard to be a Jewish characteristic, Hitler shaved twice a day. Believing Jews to have a distinctive tell-tale body odor, Hitler bathed twice daily.
Hitler tried desperately to hide his Jewishness and link to the powerful Rothschild banking family. He once ranted to his nephew, William Patrick Hitler: “People must not know who I am or which family I come from!”
Hitler’s sister Paula referred to the 1935 Nuremberg anti-Jewish racial purity laws thus: “Since the race laws, Adolf and I lost our grandfather.”
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