Memoirs of Bridget Hitler

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  • Title: Memoirs of Bridget Hitler
  • Author: Bridget Hitler
  • ISBN: 9780715613566
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover

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Memoirs of Bridget Hitler

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  1. Only a few pages are about the supposedly stay of Adolf Hitler in Liverpool But that theory seems to be refuted by some historians For the rest it s mostly about the stay of William Patrick Hitler in Germany and the death of Geli Raubel.


  2. I have for a long time been fascinated by the whole story of the Liverpool Hitlers, Bridget and her son William Patrick and so I had to read this book when I heard about it.What should be explained is this, the book was never finished, it peters out virtually mid sentence and before that happens you are overwhelmingly aware that much of what is written is complete and utter nonsense.Why have you given it 5 stars then I hear you all cry with one voice Because there are little flashes of truth, ma [...]


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