Some of Adolf Hitler’s last surviving relatives have been living under the radar on Long Island for decades, according to a new report.
Hitler’s great-nephews Alexander, Louis and Brian Stuart-Houston, sons of Hitler’s nephew, William Patrick Hitler, who was born in the UK to the Fuehrer’s half-brother, Alois Hitler Jr., live quiet lives in the New York suburbs and fly American flags in their yards, according to Germany’s Bild newspaper.
William joined the US Navy to fight in World War II and later changed the family’s name — first to Hiller and then Stuart-Houston, according to Bild.
In his first public interview in over a decade, one of William’s sons, Alexander Stuart-Houston, whose middle name is Adolf, revealed that a family member planned to marry a Jewish girlfriend, but that she called off the engagement. Stuart-Houston did not specify which brother, and did not identify the Jewish fiancee.
And although he and his brothers are all staunch Republicans, Alexander said he doesn’t care for the current president.
“The last person I would say I admire is Donald Trump. He is definitely not one of my favorites,” he told the newspaper.
“Some things that Trump says are all right. Most of them are …,” he added, trailing off, when asked what he doesn’t like about Trump. “It’s the way he does it that annoys me. And I just don’t like liars.”