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For years, the rumor was that Hitler’s grandfather was Jewish, but that the claim was not substantiated. Now, a new study suggests that the grand-father of the Nazi leader was in fact Jewish.
Published in the Official journal of Eu Studies, the study, written by a medical doctor and psychologist Dr. Leonard Sax, refuted the claims made by the German historian, Nikolaus von Preradovich, who said: “there is No Jew” (kein einziger, Judas lived in the city centre, prior to 1856.”
“In view of the evidence in the Austrian archives from the 1800’s, Dr. Instead, documents that it was, in fact, a permanent community of Jews living in Graz, austria, prior to the 1850’s,” in a press release on the study states. “And Also, Dr. Instead of presenting the overwhelming evidence is that the Preradovich was a Nazi sympathizer who was offended by the suggestion that Adolf Hitler was a Vierteljude (a quarter-Jew.”
The German “Fuhrer” Adolf Hitler
(Photo courtesy of The National Archives.)
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“Independent research has confirmed Preradovich’s conjecture,” a study of the gap (fig.
The claim that Hitler was of Jewish descent, became, for the first time brought to the fore by his personal lawyer, Hans Frank. In 1930, the 16-year period prior to his execution at the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, Frank claimed to have uncovered evidence that Hitler’s grandfather was a Jewish man, living in Graz, Austria.
Frank, the claims were eventually published in 1953 as part of his memoirs, after he had carried out for the commission of war crimes.
According to The Sun, He uncovered evidence that Hitler’s grandfather was living in the same house where Hitler’s grandmother, Maria Anna Schicklgruber, who was present.
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There is very little known about the Schicklgruber, until she turned 42. It finally gave birth to her son, Alois Hitler, in 1837, and refused to divulge the details of his father’s will. The priest was eventually baptized him Alois Schicklgruber and entered “illegitimate” in this way.
Schicklgruber later married Johann Georg Hiedler, and her last name was changed to Hitler Schicklgruber, according to the book “The Making of Adolf Hitler.” It is not clear as to why her name was changed to Hitler, and it is not Hiedler. She died in 1847, in Lower Austria.
The rumors first came out that Hitler had Jewish ancestry, while the Nazi leader was still in power in the 1930’s. He ordered the SS to investigate the claims, and they are, supposedly, no evidence was found of a jew on the left.
In 1937, Hitler ordered the genealogist Rudolf Koppensteiner to publish a family tree that showed all of his ancestors were Austrian Germans, and The Sun added to it.
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