Difference between revisions of "Hitler, Alois"
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|born on||7 June 1837 at 11:30 (= 11:30 AM )|
|Place||Strones, Austria, 48n38, 15e19|
|Timezone||LMT m15e19 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||16°24' 02°31 Asc. 14°02'|
Austrian civil servant who was the tyrannical father of Adolf Hitler. He married Klara Polzl (born in Spital 08/12/1860) who was the granddaughter of Johann Huttler, who also happened to be Alois' father from a liaison with Maria Schicklgruber.
Alois died of an apoplectic stroke 01/03/1903.
Alois was very brutal parent, making Adolf stay outside overnight in a chicken coop, with the hogs and fowl for punishment. Hitler recounted being beaten by his father and refusing to give Alois the satisfaction of crying. There is no reference anywhere to sexual abuse, but plenty of physical abuse. That bit of "refusing to cry" is common in physically abused children. Alois was a "bastard" in more ways than one.
Adolf had a sympathetic relationship with his mother who was evidently brutalized herself by Alois. She used to sneak out and bring him soup when he was being caged with the chickens. Alois died when Hitler was 13 and Klara when he was 18.
Werner Maser in his biography, "Hitler," gives two further dates from baptismal records, Johannes Schicklgruber, Hitler's paternal great grandfather, May 29, 1764, Spital am Pyhrn, Austria, 14 E.20, 47 N.39; and Maria Schicklgruber, April 15, 1795, Strones, Austria, 15 E.19, 48 N.36. She was Hitler's paternal grandmother who became pregnant by Johann Huttler, Hitler's maternal great grandfather.
- child relationship with Hitler, Adolf (born 20 April 1889)
Mary Downing writes on ACT, 3/2001, "The date is June 17, 1837, based on combined material from T. Pat Davis and Arlene Nimark in NCGR Fall 1997 Journal, particularly Nimark's "Fruit of a Poisoned Family Tree."
T. Pat Davis quotes Government Records for June 7, 1837, 11:30 AM LMT. Martin Piechota quotes Werner Maser, "Hitler," Harper & Row, "supposedly researched in baptismal records."
Downing writes, "We also wrote Udo Rudloph and Baldur Ebertin for assistance, and Ken Negus (who did the original translation of the 1930 article by Hans Schubert in the "Ebertin Kalendar" (Elsbeth Ebertin, Rienhold's mother) also made inquiries. From what I gather, handwriting was an aissue, which according to Negus would easily be interpreted by someone unfamiliar with German script of the period as a 7 when it actually was a 17. There is a gravestone with June 7 on it, though. All the books said Adolph made quite an effort to obliterate all records of his origins, even going so far as to have a town his father grandmother came from (Dorfsheim?) plowed under.
"Anyway, two later sources agree on June 17, and T.Pat was never convinced that it was not June 7. Short of viewing the actual records with a panel of penmanship experts, I have no idea how you'd resolve it - but I'd go with the new boys."
Sources: Robert Payne, "Life and Death of Adolph Hitler," 1973, NYC, Praeger Publications:
Bradley F. Smith PhD. "Adolph Hitler, His Family Childhood and Youth," 1995.
"Hitler's mother was Alois' third wife, Klara Poelzl (Aug. 12, 1860 in Spital.) The complication: Klara's mother, Johanna, was also Alois' father's niece (if Johan Heidler was his father.) Klara's father, Johan Poelzl, died in 1902."
- Vocation : Politics : Government employee (Civil servant)
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Stroke (Apoplexy)
- Family : Childhood : Family noted (Son)
- Notable : Book Collection : Crime Collection