March 7, 2011
Historian Werner Maser
Some of the common slanders directed at Adolf Hitler as a youth up to 1919 are corrected in the light of real evidence. Topics include:
- Adolf Hitler’s father did not beat him;
- Hitler was never a house painter;
- An inheritance from his parents allowed him a decent lifestyle;
- He was fairly successful from 1910-1914 at selling his paintings;
- He was particular about his appearance and dressed well;
- He was not a “Red” but an education and political agent for the new Reichswehr after the Freikorps liberated Munich in 1919.
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