00011210.gif _Koehler, Hansjuergen: Inside the Gestapo. (19?)_ Information about other leaders, Goebbels, Goering, etc. gives many seemingly exact data. Koehler says to have worked for the Gestapo for 5 years. (For a great many years I have been taking port in their schemes and have been their accomplice.. p.10) Rather strange footnote on page 17: The publishers apologize to readers for the histuzes [sic] on pages 178.179.180. and 181, but the deletion of the material from these pages has been necessitated by the law of libel (not the [unreadable] as it exists in this country.) ...the investigation conducted by Schleicher purported to have ascertained the following facts: Hitler never served in a trench or on the front line. After he had been attached to the 16th Munich Regiment... he was trained and [unreadable] his troop for the Western Front... where he served as a runner (for the Regimental Staff). Naturally, the Regimental Staff was never in the front line. ...There is no doubt, the report continued "that such service can well be construed as front line service ... but... it has been ascertained that he (Hitler) never spent a day in the trenches one) must find [unreadable] us, that Hitler ... was still a corporal after four years. Careful investigation [unreadable] the comrades of Hitler [unreadable] questioned - lucidated the fact that Hitler received this high German decoration (the Iron Cross 1st Class, which was given after the author's opinion, only by the Kaiser, or the High Command of the Army, not during, but after the war. It was Field Marshall Ludendorff, whose connections with the Fuehrer were well known, who awarded the Iron Cross, first class, to the Fuehrer, some time after the war. There were the contents of the Schleicher file. This file was not the least reason for Schleicher's death - but afterwards when the Gestapo went carefully through his papers they discovered to their dismay that the original documents were no longer in his possession. He had sent them to Dollfuss, Chancellor of Austria... A little servant maid from Upper Austria called Matild Schuechelgruber came to Vienna and became a domestic servant, mostly working for rather rich families. But she was unlucky; having been seduced... she went home for her confinement. Her little son, being illegitimate, received his mother's name... Alois Schueckelgruber (in some documents, Schicklgruber) .. I must repeat that I have no proof of its genuineness... the little innocent maid had been a servant at the ... Rothschild Mansion... and Hitler's unknown grandfather must be probably looked for in this magnificent house. But in the margin of the protocol there was a note in the Chancellor's characteristic handwriting: These data ought to cheer the writers of history who may want to publish some time in the future the true life story of Hitler. Here is the psychological explanation of Hitler's fanatical hatred of the Jews. Hitler, born in peaceful Upper Austria where there was hardly any anti-Semitism, was filled already in his childhood with a burning hatred of the Jews. Why? This may be the answer.... Schuschning wanted to continue his investigations in the most dangerous directions. pp.18.104.22.168.147.148 00011211.gif page 2 _Koehler, Hansjurgen: Inside the Gestapo. 19(?)_ ...the blue file which I read in Heydrich's room. (Hitler) asked Himmler every thirty minutes whether there was any news about the file. Schuschnigg... knew that he had a weapon in his hand, which he could use to the fullest advantage if Hitler should prove difficult. In the afternoon Hitler broke off the conferences; he refused to continue the discussion till the fatal file should have arrived. The Berlin dailies offered a high reward to the photographer who would succeed in taking a picture of Hitler. But every effort was in vain; the spotlights were to placed around the Fuehrer's rostrum that no photo could be taken....Hitler was afraid of Communists' attempts on his life. That was the reason why he did not want to have his photo published. The Fuehrer wanted to find a secure hiding-place where he could escape if anything should happen in Munich...Thus the idyllic retreat near Berchtesgaden was discovered. ...a friend of Buchner... arrived in [unreadable] with a companion whom he introduced as Dr. Wolf... who said he was a writer (and) rented a room and lived there... A year later... Dr. Wolf bought the small house (Wachenfeld) and furnished it for himself. It was only in 1921, when Hitler became known through the Munich Putsch, that Buchner recognized his guest, "Dr. Wolf" ... his guest and the new owner of Wachenfeld. During my work for the Gestapo I know of four attempts on Hitler's life tho, of course, all failed. One of them was here in the "Berghof". An S.A. group leader, called Krause, had been allowed to present a petition personally... and he was the would-be assassin... he was killed in half a minute. Five guns fired at the same time. Lately arms and munitions have to be deposited at the beginning of the [unreadable] road to the "Berghof"... every letter or parcel addressed to the Fuehrer is examined first in a special room at the ... post office. Adolf Hitler is the sort of man who likes to stretch himself in his bed when he wakes in the morning, to have his breakfast brought in on a tray, and if his [unreadable] no demands, to stay in bed till noon to finish a novel. Hitler is a great reader and belongs to that omnivorous class who cannot do anything before they have turned the last page. ...every book published in Germany is brought to his bedroom; he looks into every one, reads a few pages, and if he likes it, finishes the whole thing. If he doesn't find it to his taste, he throws it on the shelf near his bed, and it is taken away by his attendants. It is an open secret that in his hours of leisure of prefers adventure and detective stories... One publishers of thrillers stopped his series in the belief that such books would not be welcome in the Third Reich. But ... the Fuehrer did not object to them, on the contrary. For Hitler read only German, and so, being unable to enjoy foreign literature in the original, must confine himself to German works. If he stays in bed... Schreck ... knows that this will be a [unreadable - German] and all the different items of the programme are changed. On such days Hitler eats his second breakfast, composed of cakes, milk and fruit, also in bed. In a warm dressing gown he appears at noon... Captain Brueckner and ... Lieutenant Schaub, and Captain Schreck share his meal. pp. 168.268-72.
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