A Jewish woman revealed last year that she had lived next door to Adolf Hitler before World War II, providing new details on the lives of Nazi leaders.
British news agency SWNS reported that Alice Frank Stock, who had just turned 102, said that she had lived near Hitler in Munich in the 1920s and 1930s. Stoke’s family lived in Prinzregentenplatz, and added that she saw a coffin coming out of Hitler’s apartment, which was said to house his niece Geli Raubal.
“We heard a lot [rumors]Stoke said: “We saw the coffin being transported from the entrance. I think Hitler’s niece lived there and then died. People guess how and when she died. I think the coffin is a woman, which makes sense. of.”
Hitler’s 101-year-old Jewish woman was her neighbor next door in Germany
Laubal was Hitler’s half-niece, and it is generally believed that he committed suicide in 1931 when he was only 23 years old. It is believed that Lauble shot himself in the head with a gun belonging to the German dictator. According to the 1960 book “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich”, Hitler tightly controlled his niece, controlled her niece, and finally declared Laubal to be the only woman he loved.
The exact cause of Laubal’s death has not been confirmed, and it is still a topic of widespread speculation by scholars.
Stoke now lives in the Druid Stoke Buppa Nursing Home in Bristol, England, and she added that she had seen the future Fuller in an opera, only a few feet away.
“Once I went to see the opera, I got the ticket through school, which was in the royal box,” Stoke continued. “I’m very happy.” When I arrived there at night, a SS soldier said,’You can’t come in-take two more boxes. ‘When the curtains were up, I looked at the royal box-Hitler was sitting there. “
According to the United States Holocaust Memorial, Schutzstaffel, also known as SS, was originally established as Adolf Hitler’s “personal bodyguard unit”. However, under the guidance of Heinrich Himmler, the SS later became the elite guard of the paramilitary organizations of the Nazis and Hitler, and assumed the security and surveillance tasks “without considering legal constraints.”
Although Stoke and her family had little interaction with Hitler, even though it was the early days of his appointment, there was still fear in the building.
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Stoke explained: “We have a great cook, he is very old, very Catholic, and very anti-Hitler.” “Once she went out and saw Hitler’s picture hanging on the wall, she said:’Yes, hooligan , He should be hanged, but not like this!'”
Stoke said to the chef: “You will let us all enter the concentration camp.”
Decades later, Stoke said she didn’t know what to say to Hitler because she knew what she knew now. “I don’t want to talk to him because my feelings are too strong-I can’t.”
Hitler stayed in the apartment building that was also the birthplace of the Nazi Party until 1934, when he became prime minister and spent some time in a villa near Berchtesgaden. However, he retained the ownership of the property and rarely visited.
After years of speculation, a study published in August 2019 showed that the grandfather of the Nazi leader was a Jew.
Research published in May 2018 confirmed that, despite rumors, Hitler died during World War II.
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