Hitlers British lovechild alive and living in the UK?December 13th, 2007 - 6:32 pm ICT by admin
London, Dec 13 (ANI): Adolf Hitler fathered a British lovechild who was born in the UK and could still be living in the country.
According to the New Statesman, an Oxfordshire man Martin Bright has claimed that the Nazi leader had a child by British socialite Unity Mitford, the sister of the Duchess of Devonshire.
It is already known that Miss Mitford was desperately in love with Hitler, and even attempted to commit suicide in Munich when World War II broke out in 1939 by shooting herself in the head with a pearl-handled pistol given to her by Hitler in the English Garden in Munich.
Miss Mitford suffered brain damage after the suicide attempt, and returned to the UK. Once here, Mr Bright claims that she gave birth to Hitlers baby at her aunts home in the country.
Her aunts business, in the tiny village of Wigginton, had depended on discretion and she had told no one except her sister that Unity had had the baby, The Sun quoted him, as writing in the paper.
Her sister had passed the story on to her daughter Val Hann.
He states that when he asked her who had fathered the child, she replied: Well, she always said it was Hitlers.
However, the Duchess of Devonshire rebutted the claims, and Mr Bright writes that she was adamant that her sister had not had Hitlers baby.
She was adamant that there was nothing in the Wigginton story and claimed she could produce her mothers diaries to prove it.
Miss Mitford met Hitler when she travelled to Germany. Hitler told newspapers in the country that she was “a perfect specimen of Aryan womanhood”.
British SIS reports from 1936 stated that she saw a lot of Hitler whenever he was in Munich and they viewed her as “more Nazi than the Nazis”. (ANI)
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