27 Alois's second child, Angela, was born on Hitler was secure in his profession and no longer an ambitious climber. Historian Alan Bullock described Alois as "hard, unsympathetic and short-tempered". 28 Matzelsberger, still only 23, acquired a lung disorder and became too ill to function. She was moved to ranshofen, a small village near Braunau. During the last months of Matzelsberger's life, klara pölzl returned beauty to Alois's home to look after the invalid and the two children (Alois. 29 Matzelsberger died in Ranshofen on t the age. After the death of his second wife, pölzl remained in his home as housekeeper.
In 1876, three years after Hitler married Anna, he had hired Klara pölzl as a household servant. She was the 16-year-old granddaughter of Hitler's step-uncle (and possible father or biological uncle) Nepomuk. If Nepomuk was Hitler's father, Klara was Hitler's half-niece. If his father was Johann georg, she wallpaper was his first cousin once removed. Matzelsberger demanded that the "servant girl" Klara find another job, and Hitler sent Pölzl away. On, matzelsberger gave birth to hitler's illegitimate son, also named Alois, but since they were not married, the child's last name was Matzelsberger, making him "Alois Matzelsberger". Hitler kept Matzelsberger as his wife while his lawful wife (Anna) grew sicker and died on The next month, on 22 may at a ceremony in Braunau with fellow custom officials as witnesses, hitler, 45, married Matzelsberger,. He then legitimized his son as Alois Hitler.
Thekla later married a man by the name of Horner, while Theresia married Johan Ramer and gave birth to at least six children, while living in the town of Schwertberg. Citation needed early married life edit hitler was 36 years old when he married for the first time. Anna Glasl-Hörer was a wealthy, 50-year-old daughter of a customs official. She was sick when they married and was either an invalid or became one shortly afterwards. Not long after marrying his first wife, anna, alois Hitler began an affair with Franziska "Fanni" Matzelsberger, one of the young female servants employed at the pommer Inn, house number 219, in the city of Braunau am Inn, where he was renting the top floor. Smith states that Alois had numerous affairs in the 1870s, resulting in his wife initiating legal action; on 7 november 1880 Alois and Anna separated by mutual agreement. The 19-year-old Matzelsberger became the 43-year-old Hitler's girlfriend.
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Three relatives appeared with him as witnesses, one of whom was Johann Nepomuk, hiedler's brother. The priest agreed to amend the final birth certificate, the civil authorities automatically processed the church's decision and Alois Schicklgruber had a new name. The official change, registered at the government office in Mistelbach in 1877, transformed him into "Alois Hitler". It is not known who decided on the spelling of Hitler instead of hiedler. Johann georg's brother was sometimes known by the surname hüttler. Smith states that Alois Schicklgruber openly admitted having been born out of wedlock before and after the name change. 25 Alois may have been influenced to change his name for the sake of legal expediency.
Historian Werner Maser claims that in 1876, Franz Schicklgruber, the administrator of Alois's mother's estate, transferred a large sum of money (230 gulden ) to him. 6 Supposedly, johann georg hiedler, who died in 1857, relented on his deathbed and left an inheritance to his illegitimate stepson (Alois) together with his name. 26 Some Schicklgrubers remain in the waldviertel. Personal life edit Illegitimate daughter edit In early 1869, hitler had an affair with Thekla penz (born September 24, 1844) of leopoldstein, Arbesbach in the district of Zwettel, lower Austria. This led to the birth of Theresia penz on October 31, 1869.
22 Ron Rosenbaum suggests that Frank, who had turned against nazism after 1945, but remained an anti-semitic fanatic, made the claim that Hitler had Jewish ancestry as a way of proving that Hitler was a jew and not an Aryan. 23 Early career edit a photo of Alois Hitler in uniform. He always wore his uniform and insisted on being addressed as Herr Oberoffizial Hitler. 24 Alois Schicklgruber made steady progress in the semi- military profession of customs official. The work involved frequent reassignments and he served in a variety of places across Austria.
By 1860, after five years of service, he reached the rank of Finanzwach-Oberaufseher (revenue guard superintendent). By 1864, after special training and examinations, he had advanced further and was serving in Linz, austria. He later became an inspector of customs posted at Braunau am Inn in 1875. He eventually rose to full inspector of customs and could go no higher because he lacked the necessary school degrees. Change of surname edit As a rising young junior customs official, he used his birth name of Schicklgruber, but in mid-1876, 39 years old and well established in his career, he asked permission to use his stepfather's family name. He appeared before the parish priest in Döllersheim and asserted that his father was Johann georg hiedler, who had married his mother and now wished to legitimize him.
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13 Hitler asked Frank to find out the facts. Frank says he determined that at the time maria schicklgruber gave birth to Alois she was working as a household cook in the town of Graz, that her employers were a jewish family named business Frankenberger, and that her child might have been conceived out. 14 However, all Jews had been expelled from the province of Styria (which includes Graz) in the 15th century; they were not allowed to return until the 1860s, when Alois was around. Also, there is no evidence of a frankenberger family living in Graz at that time. Scholars such as Ian Kershaw and Brigitte hamann dismiss the Frankenberger hypothesis (which had only Frank's speculation to support it) as baseless. (Kershaw cites several stories circulating in the 1920s about Hitler's alleged Jewish ancestry, including one about a "Baron Rothschild" in vienna in whose household Maria schicklgruber had worked for some time as a servant). 19 Kershaw discusses and also lists Hitler's family tree in his biography of Adolf Hitler and gives no validity as to the Frankenberger tale. 20 Further, Frank's story contains several inaccuracies and contradictions, such as he said "The fact that Adolf Hitler had no jewish blood in his veins, seems, from what has been his whole manner, so blatant to me that it needs no further word 21 also.
Citation needed Alois's son Adolf, following the rumours that his paternal grandfather was a jew, in 1931 ordered the ss ( Schutzstaffel ) to investigate the alleged rumours regarding his ancestry; they found no evidence of any jewish ancestors. 7 After the nuremberg Laws came into effect within the Third reich, hitler then ordered the genealogist Rudolf Koppensteiner to publish a large illustrated genealogical tree showing his ancestry; this was published in the book die ahnentafel des fuehrers ( The pedigree of the leader. 8 9 As Alois himself legitimised Johann georg hiedler as his father and the priest changed this on his birth certificate in 1876, this was considered certified proof for Hitler's ancestry; thus Hitler was considered a "pure" Aryan. 8 Although Johann georg hiedler was considered the officially accepted paternal grandfather of Adolf Hitler by the Third reich, the question of who his grandfather was has caused much speculation and has remained unknown. 10 11 German historian joachim Fest wrote that: The indulgence normally accorded to a man's origins is out of place in the case of Adolf Hitler, who made documentary proof of Aryan ancestry a matter of life and death for millions of people but himself. He did not know who his grandfather was. Intensive research into his origins, accounts of which have been distorted by propagandist legends and which are in any case confused and murky, has failed so far to produce a clear picture. National Socialist versions skimmed over the facts and emphasized, for example, that the population of the so-called Waldviertel, from which Hitler came, had been 'tribally german since the migration of the peoples', or more generally, that Hitler had 'absorbed the powerful and forces of this German. 12 After the war, hitler's former lawyer, hans Frank, claimed that Hitler told him in 1930 that one of his relatives was trying to blackmail him by threatening to reveal his alleged Jewish ancestry.
service to people from rural areas, Alois joined the frontier guards ( customs service) of the austrian Finance ministry in 1855 at the age. Biological father edit, historians have discussed candidates as Alois's biological father: Johann georg hiedler, his brother Johann Nepomuk hiedler (or Hüttler leopold Frankenberger (whose existence has never been documented). 4 During his lifetime, johann georg hiedler was the stepfather and posthumously legally declared birth father of Alois. 5 According to historian Frank McDonough, the most plausible theory is that Johann georg hiedler was the real father of Alois. An explanation for Alois being sent to live on his uncle's farm as a child is that hiedler and Maria were simply too poor to raise him, or could not raise him as well as his uncle, or perhaps Maria's health was in decline. Citation needed werner Maser suggests that Alois's father was Johann Nepomuk, georg's brother and Hitler's step-uncle, who raised Alois through adolescence and later willed him a considerable portion of his life savings, but never admitted publicly to being his real father. According to maser, nepomuk was a married farmer who had an affair and then arranged to have his single brother hiedler marry Alois's mother Maria to provide a cover for Nepomuk's desire to assist and care for Alois without upsetting his wife. 6 This assumes hiedler was willing to marry maria in this situation, and Adolf Hitler biographer joachim Fest thinks this is too contrived and unlikely to be true.
At his baptism in Döllersheim, the space for his father's name on the baptismal certificate was left blank and the priest wrote "illegitimate". His mother cared for Alois in a house she shared with her elderly father, johannes Schicklgruber. The home of Johann Nepomuk hiedler (18071888). Sometime later, johann georg hiedler moved in with the Schicklgrubers; he married Maria when Alois was five. By the age of 10, Alois had been sent to live with hiedler's brother, johann Nepomuk hiedler, who owned a farm in the nearby village. Spital (part of, weitra ). Alois attended elementary school, and took lessons in shoemaking from a local cobbler.
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(born, alois Johann Schicklgruber ; ) was an Austrian civil servant and the father of German dictator and leader of the. Nazi party, adolf Hitler. Alois Hitler was born illegitimate and his paternity never established. This led to claims that his wife Klara (Adolfs mother) may have been his cousin. It also meant that Adolf could not prove pure Aryan blood, and there were controversial rumours of a jewish connection. When Alois was promoted in the customs service, he applied to be legitimised in the name of his stepfather hiedler, which was entered in the register as Hitler, for unknown reasons. Alois had a bad relationship with Adolf, who dream constantly rebelled against him. Contents, early life edit, alois Hitler was born, alois Schicklgruber in the hamlet of Strones, parish. Döllersheim, in the, waldviertel, an area in northwest, lower Austria, to a 42-year-old unmarried peasant, maria schicklgruber, whose family had lived in the area for generations.