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Adolf Hitler hated Jews and tried to take over the world. He would kill the Jews for no reason. He was one of the worst dictators of Germany ever.


Paula Hitler was Adolf Hitler's sister. When Hitler came to power she changed her name to Wolf to protect herself. After the war she moved near the Eagle's Nest, Hitler's Lair and lived the rest of her life making and selling floral crafts. Always loyal she never accepted Hitler's part in the Holocaust. Former SS officers protected her from the legions who wanted to hurt her. She died in 1960.


Paula Lebovics points to herself in a group photo taken the day that Auschwitz was freed by the Soviet army, 70 years later.


Hitler's mother Klara, Klara came from old peasant stock, was hard-working, energetic, pious, and conscientious. According to Dr. Bloch, who treated her, she was a very quiet, sweet, and affectionate woman. Klara was a devout Roman Catholic and attended church regularly with her children. Of her six children with Alois, only Adolf and Paula survived childhood.


Paula Hitler (January 21, 1896 - June 1, 1960) - Sister of German dictator Adolf Hitler (8 yrs. younger). Their parents had both died by the time she was 11. She worked as a secretary till being fired when employer learned she was Hitler's sister.

Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun with Blondi and Sepp Dietrich at the Berghof in Berchtesgaden, Germany


'He watched as cyanide was slipped into his dog’s mouth. He was emotionless. He only wanted to know if it worked': Hitler’s confidantes describe his last days in extraordinary never-before-seen interviews

Last day: Adolf Hitler and his wife Eva Braun pose with their pets. The dictator is holding his favourite dog Blondi on a leash. He was to have her poisoned with cyanide


Paula Hitler was Adolf Hitler's sister. He had 5 siblings, but only Paula survived to adulthood. When Hitler came to power, he had her change her name to "Wolf," to protect her. When the war was over, she moved near the Eagle's Nest, Hitler's lair lived the rest of her life making selling floral crafts. She never accepted Hitler's part in the Holocaust said she always loved him. But entirely clear? - no, she was married to Erwin Jekelius, responsible for the death of 4000 disabled people


Paula Hitler, Adolf's sister, who never married or had children, is buried in the Bergfriedhof in Berchtesgaden as the only member of the immediate family to carry the name Hitler on her tombstone.