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There are several possibilities for who Alois’ father could have been, and historians have generally agreed that it was a journeyman named Johann Georg Hiedler.
This was the name that ended up on Alois’ birth certificate, though it was long after his birth.
As with most internet rumors, this one rest solely on rumor taken as fact.
As historian Ian Kershaw writes in his book Rumours [that Hitler’s grandfather was Jewish] circulated in Munich cafes in the early 1920s, and were fostered by sensationalist journalism of the foreign press during the 1930s.
The third meme I want to knock down is by far the most anti-Semitic, and that’s saying something.
It’s that Hitler was secretly a Rothschild, or generally had a Jewish grandparent.
Saying the current Rothschilds “own” the Bank of England is like saying Bill Gates owns the Federal Reserve. Yet another conspiracy theory based on a poor interpretation of history, mixed with old-fashioned Jew hating.
While the Rothschilds did invest greatly in the Bank of England during the Napoleonic Wars, the simple reason for this is that a French victory would have been terrible for their financial holdings.
” Putting aside the non-existence of “Rothschild Central Banks,” this is a strange list of countries to be lumped together.There’s also some text, full of the usual Rothschild-related distortions and lies. The entire amount of financial assets held by the population of the earth is a bit less than 0 trillion.Part of it reads: This is a ludicrous accusation that seems to have appeared out of thin air and been accepted as gospel truth by internet conspiracy theorists and anti-Semites. As of 2011, the total worth of the derivatives market was about 0 trillion, and there’s nowhere near enough money in the world to pay that off should the need arise.Frank, a Nazi stooge executed after Nuremberg, was ordered by Hitler to investigate his family history.He allegedly concocted a theory that Maria had been employed as a housekeeper for the Jewish Frankenberger family in Graz, Austria.