00011230.gif New York Times December 14, 1922 (5) "Bavarian Mussolini's" cause in Franconia is Led by Woman said to be American.. ...In Franconia Hitler's cause is championed by a Mrs. Andrea Ellendt, an American. who is the widow of a German Captain killed during the war. Mrs Ellendt has earned for herself the sobriquet "American Joan of Arc". She has established herself in Marktbreit on-the Main and has openly promised her numerous followers some fun in the near future in the shape of "a jolly pogrom" The Bavarian Government is well aware of the Hitler- Ellendt movement. with its military features and its revolutionary character. but does not feel called uon [sic] to interfere. New York Times April 16, 1938 Insists Hitler is older than records show" New Britain, Conn. Fritz Gruenscheder, local brewery employe [sic], insisted today that Chancellor Hitler is seven years older than reference bookes indicat. [sic] Mr Grunscheder said that the Fuehrer will be 56.... . Both boys were born in Braunau.. and went to school together until they were lo [sic] years old...He was born in March and Hitler in May of the same year.... I can remember lots of times when we would call Adolf over and tell him he could come with us to where there were some good apples to be snitched the brewer said. "But Adolf could never come. His father worked, for the government and it would be bad if he got cought [sic]. It was as if he had to set an example. Lots of things like that Adolf had to let go by. But he never was a squealer, he never told on us.". N.Y. Times January 28 1935 6:3 reports in interview of Lord Allen of Hurtwood with A.H. entirely political - "..I watched him with the utmost vigilance throughout our lengthy conversation and I am convinced he genuinely desires peace." (Lord Allen) said. 00011231.gif N.Y. Times Dec. 26, 1933 Munich Dec 25...En route to his mountain home at (Hitler) 0bersalzburg he picked up two hitch-hikers and gave them a twenty mile ride in his automobile. Removing his two overcoats - one his conspicuous white trenchcoat he presented to each hiker, a garment, together eith [sic] Marks New York Times November 21, 1922 Article by Cyril Brown. gives good account of Hitler' s role in Bavaria. "Hitler today is taken seriously among all classes of Bavarians... He is feared by some, enthusiastically hailed as a prophet and political economic saviour by others and watched with increasing sympathetic interest by the bulk...Hitler has been called the Bavarian Mussolini... He has the rare orator gift.. spellbinding the audiences.. According to reliable specialist informant there are probably 400,000 military tiffles [sic] and 160 cannons concealed... So that some fine day Hitler's legionnaires might well make their debut with rifles... Hitler's strength is in the combination of his undeniable great gift as an orator and organizer. He exerts an uncanny control over audiences, possessing the remarkable ability, to not only rouse the hearers to a fighting pitch of fury but at will to turn right around and reduce the same audience to docile calmness and good order. A typical instance related: At the height of the recent Bavarian Government crisis Hitler was holding a mass meeting in Munich and had worked up the big audience when a rumor spread through the hall that he had planned a coup and that he would overthrow and seize the government that night and was about to give the signal at this rally. His followers burst into an enthusiastic uproar, drew and brandished blackjacks and revolvers. And with shouts of Heil Hell Heil prepared to follow Hitler and storm anything. With a few electric words he worked a magic change in the audience. Their duty, on which the success of the cause depended, he said, was from discipline and implicit obedience, to orders when orders were given. The time for action had not come yet. And the riot was nipped in the bud.... Hitler . .has another asset...he is a man of the common people.. won the Iron Cross I and II Class.....
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