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  sociology - Adolf Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hitler appealed to the bulk of German farmers, war veterans and the middle-class, who had been hard-hit by both the inflation of the 1920s and the unemployment of the Depression.
Hitler sent troops to support Franco and Spain served as a testing ground for Germany's new armed forces and their methods, including the bombing of undefended towns such as Guernica, which was destroyed by the Luftwaffe in April 1937, prompting Pablo Picasso's famous eponymous painting (see Guernica (painting)).
Hitler's medical health has long been the subject of debate, and he has variously been suggested to have suffered from irritable bowel syndrome, skin lesions, irregular heartbeat, tremors on the left side of his body, syphilis, Parkinson's disease and addiction to methamphetamines.
www.aboutsociology.com /sociology/Adolf_Hitler   (5850 words)

  
 Federal Bureau of Investigation - Freedom of Information Privacy Act
Brigid Elizabeth Hitler, nee Downey was born in1892 in Dublin, Ireland.
William Patrick Hitler their son was born on March 12, 1911, in Liverpool, England.
William Patrick Hitler gave speeches to men's clubs and other organizations telling them what it was like to live in Germany under the Nazi regime.
foia.fbi.gov /foiaindex/bridgdandwmpatrickhitler.htm   (226 words)

  
 Adolf Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hitler decided to use Ludendorff as front in an attempt to seize power Munich the capital of Bavaria later known as the " Beer Hall Putsch " of November 8 1923 when the Nazis marched from a to the Bavarian War Ministry intending to Bavaria's right-wing separatist government and then march Berlin.
Hitler sent troops to help the Spain served as a testing ground for new armed forces and their methods including bombing of undefended towns such as Guernica which was destroyed by the Luftwaffe April 1937.
Hitler's ally Benito Mussolini was overthrown in 1943.
www.freeglossary.com /Hitler   (6100 words)

  
 William Patrick Hitler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Patrick Hitler (later Stuart-Houston) (March 12, 1911 – July 1987), nicknamed Willy, was the nephew of Adolf Hitler and his life, and claim to fame, has become interwoven with that of his uncle.
Hitler's nephew is recalled by elderly former neighbours, and in Liverpool folklore variously as 'Billy' Hitler or 'Paddy' Hitler.
In 1939, William Patrick and his mother went to the United States on a lecture tour on the invitation of William Randolph Hearst, and were stranded there when World War II broke out.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/William_Patrick_Hitler   (869 words)

  
 Mike Royden's Local History Pages - Hitler in Liverpool?
Hitler at sixteen, sketched by F.Sturmberger, a schoolfriend of Steyr
Hitler had conveniently glossed over the period, or rewritten it, to provide a more acceptable version for a public figure he now was.
William was now sufficiently at home in his adoptive country that he decide to enlist in American Forces to fight for the allies against Uncle Adolf.
www.btinternet.com /~m.royden/mrlhp/local/hitlerinliverpool/hitlerinliverpool.htm   (4502 words)

  
 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Adolf Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Albany Democrat-Herald - Adolf Hitler was a disciple of Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, the well-known 19th-century atheistic philosopher.
Hitler sent troops to support Franco and Spain served as a testing ground for Germany's new armed forces and their methods, including the bombing of undefended towns such as Guernica, which was destroyed by the Luftwaffe in April 1937, prompting Pablo Picasso's famous eponymous painting (see Guernica).
Hitler's declaration of war against the United States on December 11, 1941, (which arguably was called for by Germany's treaty with Japan) set him against a coalition that included the world's largest empire (the British Empire), the world's greatest industrial and financial power (the USA), and the world's largest army (the Soviet Union).
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/adolf_hitler   (7828 words)

  
 The Ultimate Adolf Hitler Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Hitler was considered a "correct" soldier but was reportedly unpopular with his comrades because of an uncritical attitude towards officers.
Hitler was allotted unlimited amounts of time to present his arguments to the courts as well as a large body of the German people.
Hitler's closest lieutenants urged him to flee to Bavaria or Austria to make a last stand in the mountains but he was determined to die in his capital.
www.dogluvers.com /dog_breeds/Adolf_Hitler   (5865 words)

  
 Hitlers Irish Relatives
Hitler's father, Alois, was born on 7 June 1837 to Maria Anna Schickelgruber, unmarried daughter of Johann Schickelgruber from the village of Strones in Lower Austria.
William Hitler bears a strong resemblance to the uncle who is his idol.
William Patrick served in the US Navy during the World War II and was honourably discharged at the end of hostilities.
www.dowlingfamily.info /i1910hit.htm   (2501 words)

  
 The Final Solution to Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler and the Nazis were the sworn enemies of all Jews, they will say, and to suggest there could be any collusion between Zionists and Hitler's Third Reich is both beyond belief and a slap at the memory of those who died at the hands of Nazi persecutors.
This thorough analysis examines Hitler's career and influence, from his humble beginning in Austria to his appointment as German Chancellor by President Paul von Hindenburg (see photo right), from his ascent to absolute dictator of the Third Reich to his role in bringing about the modern state of Israel and the emerging world government.
Hitler and his archrival for European hegemony, Communist dictator Joseph Stalin, contended with, and were manipulated by, the same secret forces in international banking circles.
www.thefinalsolutiontoadolphhitler.com   (1656 words)

  
 CNN.com - Author talks about 'The Last of the Hitlers' - February 6, 2002
GARDNER: Well, William Patrick, as I said, was working in Germany in the '30s, and he'd gone there hoping to benefit from his uncle's position.
At that time, having a Hitler in Germany, there was a good chance he was going to get a good position, but he found that he was kind of knocked around -- he worked at a lowly bank job, he worked in a car factory, never really getting any decent money or any position.
I mean, of all the terrible things that Hitler did, the one person that stood up to him seems to have been his own nephew, and who went away with the equivalent now to a quarter-million dollars.
archives.cnn.com /2002/SHOWBIZ/books/02/05/last.hitlers.cnna/index.html   (1036 words)

  
 Adolf Hitler (Earth-616's German Führer, World War 2)
Hitler had the petrified Destroyer placed as a table decoration at a banquet for his officers, but after they had fallen asleep following their carousal, the heat from a cigar partially freed the Destroyer, enabling him to move to a fireplace and be completely restored.
Before Hitler could follow her, he was set aflame by the torches to prevent him from setting off a bomb; he told a loyal follower of his nearby to tell the world he had committed suicide, then died.
Hitler, perturbed at the war's present development, concluded that "Germany is doomed" and decided that the four of them should enter a state of suspended animation for 1109 years, with the plan to use the captured wealth of "all the conquered nations" to conquer the world after their revival.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix/hitlerad.htm   (6848 words)

  
 Adolf Hitler OSS - CIA Files
Files are composed of a biographical sketch, two analyses of Adolph Hitler's psychological profile, a collection of abstracts of source materials dealing with Adolf Hitler, and a set of assorted Adolf Hitler OSS files.
William Donovan, a Columbia University classmate of President Roosevelt, was a former U.S. Army officer and a Medal of Honor winner for actions during World War I. The OSS, which was setup specifically to operate during World War II, was disbanded soon after the conclusion of the war.
The paper "Hitler the Man: Note for a Case History," was written W.H.D. Vernoin under the supervision of Dr. Murray, it summarizes what was already commonly known about Hitler at the time the research for this report began.
www.paperlessarchives.com /adolf_hitler_oss_-_cia_files.html   (1493 words)

  
 Hitlers Nephew Served In The Us Navy During Wwii - Wild Bill Guarnere.Community
Brigid's father William Dowling was not finally reconciled to the match until 1911 when he attended the christening of his grandchild, William Patrick Hitler in Liverpool.
The last report of William Patrick was by the historian John Toland who was able to confirm that he was alive in 1977.
Now, the New Yorker reveals that William Patrick changed his name again when he married a German woman; that he moved to Long Island and that he died in 1987 aged 76.
forums.wildbillguarnere.com /index.php?showtopic=7711   (607 words)

  
 Variety.com - Reviews - little Willy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
By Mark Kassen stars as William Patrick Hitler, the fuhrer's hapless estranged nephew, in 'little Willy' at Ohio Theater.
William Patrick Hitler, the talent-free son of the Fuhrer's half-brother, is the subject of Mark Kassen's short asterisk of a play, "little Willy." But even with Uncle Adolf in the wings, the playwright-performer makes the marginal figure of Hitler's estranged nephew even more inconsequential.
Born in 1911 in England and raised in Ireland, the identity-challenged fellow tried to make the most of his uncle's notoriety, first in Germany in the 1930s, then in the U.S., where he eventually settled, publicly denouncing the fuhrer.
www.variety.com /review/VE1117930193?categoryId=33   (693 words)

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