Adolf Hitler’s ‘Relatives’ Found in US and Austria

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hitlerTwo Hitler hunters claim to have tracked down 39 relatives of the Adolf Hitler The pair claim to have decoded Hitler’s DNA and matching it to cigarette butts found in an Austrian village and a used napkin from a New York restaurant, as well as letters sent from France more than three decades ago.

Journalist Jean-Paul Mulders and historian Marc Vermeeren, both Belgians, apparently tracked down three brothers living in Long Island, New York, who are directly descended from Hitler’s father, the Daily Express reports.

The brothers, Louis, Brian and Alexander Stuart-Houston, are said by Mulders and Vermeeren to be the great-grandsons of Hitler’s father Alois.

The two men claim the brothers have entered into a pact never to have children to avoid producing further descendants of the Führer.

They also claim to have located more descendants living in Austria’s Waldviertel region, near where Hitler was born.

Mulders said: “They live under new names which slightly differ from Hitler, such as Hietler, Hiedler or Huetler. Most of them probably don’t know of their relationship.” The duo’s claims were ­published in Spanish newspaper El Mundo.

{The Telegraph/Noam Newscenter}



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