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_Interview with Mrs. Shepard Morgan, New York City_

Mrs. Morgan was a guest at a concert party given by Hitler 
in Berlin. She commented particularly on the fact that Hitler 
was very ill at ease in evening dress and never knew what 
to do with his hands in talking with people. To her amazement, 
she found that the Fuehrer had selected the front seats in the 
orchestra for his guests and that he himself sat in the front 
row, directly under the conductor. She says the music was so 
loud that she could not enjoy it and was under the impression 
that Hitler liked his music loud.

She also remembers that the Consul General in New York had 
told her an amazing incident which happened while he was in 
Germany on his way to report to Hindenburg. As he was going 
up the stairs to Hindenburg's office, a strange man dressed 
in a raincoat and a black hat rushed down the stairs past him, 
quite oblivious to his existence. The man kept saying over and 
over to himself, quite loudly, "This is the greatest moment of 
my life! This is the greatest moment of my life!" When he was 
admitted to Hindenburg's presence, he asked who the strange 
visitor was whom he had met on the stairs and Hindenburg 
informed him that it was the man who aspired to be Chancellor 
of Germany and called himself Adolph Hitler.

Mrs. Morgan also informed me that there was a Dr. Raymond de 
Saussure who had information concerning Hitler's perversion.

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