Introduction — April 5, 2014
Once again the corporate media indulges in speculation about Hitler even as it ignores or glosses over some hard facts.
So rather than dwell on those historical facts the Mail asks: did Eva Braun hide from Hitler her families’ Jewish ancestry?
Well maybe she was of Jewish descent and maybe Hitler even knew but he wasn’t particularly bothered. After all a great many of Hitler’s soldiers were from Jewish backgrounds, including some senior Nazi generals such as Field Marshall Erhard Milch.
Rather than examine this apparent contradiction however, the Daily Mail seems more interested in the contents of Eva Braun’s hairbrush.
So while it regurgitates the old lines about “the man who exterminated millions of Jews”, the Mail fails to mention the known links between Nazis and Zionists. A link that echoes today in the Ukraine.
This link between neo-Nazis and Western efforts to undermine Russian influence in the Ukraine is being largely ignored by the Western media. Instead, the Mail seems more concerned with Eva Braun’s Jewish heritage. Is this another example of the corporate media trying to distract our attention with what is essentially trivia?
Was Hitler’s lover Eva Braun from a Jewish family? New DNA evidence gathered from her hairbrush shows she could have kept her background secret
Daily Mail — April 4, 2014
When they committed suicide in his bunker at the end of the Second World War, Eva Braun had been Adolf Hitler’s mistress for more than 12 years and his wife for a mere 40 hours.
It seems, however, that despite their time together, she may have kept a crucial family secret from the Fuhrer.
For the man who exterminated millions of Jews in the war may have been in love with a woman with Jewish ancestry.
DNA analysis of hair found on a brush that belonged to her seems to show a link through her maternal line, it emerged yesterday.
Hitler kept Miss Braun, who was 23 years his junior and a teenager when she first met him, largely hidden away at his Alpine residence, the Berghof.
Scientists tested hair samples which are said to have come from a hairbrush used by Braun and discovered at Hitler’s mountain retreat.
They found a particular sequence within the DNA, which had been passed down the maternal line – the haplogroup N1b1 – which it is claimed is ‘strongly associated’ with Ashkenazi Jews, who make up around 80 per cent of the global Jewish population.