Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Adolf Hitler's half-sister, Angela Hitler, was manager of Mensa Academia Judaica, a boarding house for Jewish students, in Vienna before WWII

Would Jews allow a 'goy' to manage a Jewish organization?


Angela Franziska Johanna Hammitzsch (née Hitler 28 July 1883 – 30 October 1949), first married to Leo Raubal, Sr., was the elder half-sister of Adolf Hitler.

Angela Hitler was born in Braunau, Austria, the second child of Alois Hitler and his second wife, Franziska Matzelberger. Her mother died the next year. She and her brother Alois Hitler, Jr. were raised by their father and his third wife Klara Pölzl. Her half-brother Adolf Hitler was born six years after her and they grew very close. She is the only one of his siblings mentioned in Mein Kampf.

Angela's father died in 1903 and her stepmother died in 1907, leaving a small inheritance. On 14th September 1903[1][2] she married Leo Raubal (11 June, 1879 - 10 August, 1910), a junior tax inspector, and gave birth to a son, Leo on 12th October 1906. On 4th June 1908 Angela gave birth to Geli and in 1910 to a second daughter, Elfriede (Elfriede Maria Hochegger, 10 January 1910 - 24 September 1993).

According to an OSS profile of the Hitler family, Angela moved to Vienna and after World War I became manager of Mensa Academia Judaica, a boarding house for Jewish students where she once defended her charges against anti-Semitic rioters.


Adolf Hitler's DNA shows North African and Ashkenazi Jew ancestry


Armed With Knowledge said...

A good student of history knows that the "official" history is flawed and written by the victors; a better student knows that accepting an alternative version, a narrative constructed pertaining more or less pertaining to ideology, can be just as foolish.

That said, the best student is the one who is constantly asking questions, and is able to accept that the only way to know what happened is to go back in time. This is not to say that history should be ignored because those who talk about it have complex motives. This is, rather, a warning that there are just as many people who want to learn from history as those who want you to "learn" what will make you a slave to their politics.

Lone Wolf said...

"That said, the best student is the one who is constantly asking questions"

Yes. Excellent point. We must be able to even question and challenge our most deeply held personal beliefs. If they are true, then they can withstand the scrutiny. That is the only way to get to the truth.

Armed With Knowledge said...

Something else your readers may be interested in:


Lone Wolf said...

^Thanks for the link. I had seen this story in the Dutch paper AD Sportwereld and posted on this blog, but had not seen that Telegraph had run the story.

Anonymous said...

Hitler the gay Jew?

Lone Wolf said...

Hitler the gay Jew?

Thanks for the link Fugazi.

Yes, homosexuality was apparantly rampant among the Nazi party -- as is the case among most of the occult secret societies (eg, the Thule society of which Hitler and many Nazis were invovled with)

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Crush The Talmudic Serpent said...

Yes, good old Adolf clearly showing his racially pure Nordic features in that picture.

Anonymous said...

But why the North African DNA:

In a sense, all Jews are converts or descendants of converts; it is just a matter of when they converted. Wexler has proposed that the majority of Sephardic Jews were of North African Berber origin and converted to Judaism sometime before the 711 CE invasion of the Iberian Peninsula by the Muslims. - Paul Wexler - Professor of Linguistics at Tel-Aviv University.