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RIESS, The Self-Betrayed

....On August 1st (1934) Hindenburg suffered 
a stroke. When Hitler received word of this, he 
went to Neudeck - in order, he declared, to take 
leave of Germany's great soldier. He entered the 
dying man's room alone, although he had arrived 
at Neudeck with his friend, Hanfstaengel. 
Hindenburg's son and daughter-in-law, as well 
as the doctors, withdrew. By then, the old man 
had been unconscious for a long time. Nevertheless, 
Hitler later admitted reluctantly, in a voice choked 
with sorrow, that Hindenburg had awakened once 
from his coma, shaken hands with him, and had 
then fallen asleep again.

pp. 153/154, Riess, The Self-Betrayed

The material in this book is very doubtful and 
has given rise to protest against the author 
and his unreliability.

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