Hitler is a common name associated with the demon, devil, and evil. But we never considered what his close relatives and companions thought of him and whether he did any good things in his life. It is not for certain, but there are numerous claims that Hitler had not one, but two, suspected sons; neither of whom were German. These are their stories.
We all know Hitler fought in the first world war; Hitler fought in Belgium, France, and later fell in love with a French teenager named Marie Loret. She met Adolf Hitler in a farm in 1916 and followed him through Europe until the autumn of 1917 when she died (the cause of death has been forgotten). However, she left him with a newborn named Jean-Marie Loret days before her death. No one really knows what happened to him, though it is suspected that he was adopted by a French family. There is some evidence to prove the validity of this story: Hitler himself secretly asked Heinrich Himmler (one of Hitler’s closest high-ranking Nazis) to try and find Loret, but many Historians deemed this to be highly unlikely. Jean-Marie worked as a railway worker and joined the French resistance during World War Two; his origin was unknown until 1970 when he published an article in a newspaper “Your father’s name was Hitler.”
The second suspected Son of Hitler was from another lover named Unity Mitford. She is a very mysterious and suspicious character; Mitford was British and came from a wealthy family, she fell in love with Hitler after attending one of his rallies in Nuremberg when her cousin introduced her a while back. She did so because her cousin was having an affair with one of Hitler’s closest allies. Mitford quickly gained Hitler’s trust and affection. When the war started, she kept on being his loyal companion; rumor had it that they were having an affair and that Unity Mitford was his secret fiancée. Throughout the first years of war, the Mitford family pleaded for her to come back home, but she was supposedly pregnant with Hitler’s son by that time. As such, she and her newborn son escaped back to Britain. The rest of the story is lost to History.
No one knows whether the child even survived, but there is a theory that Hitler and Ms. Mitford arranged an escape back to Britain to keep their child safe and secret. After doing so, Mitford, knowing that she couldn’t raise the child, brought him to adoption. There are no pictures of the child, and even if he was real, we wouldn’t have someone to tell us the truth of about his parents and where he came from.
So, do you think Hitler had a son, or do you think this is plain nonsense? Let us know!