Hitler did once live in Liverpool

Discussion in 'The Third Reich' started by Steve Mac, Jan 2, 2016.

  1. Ramiles

    Ramiles Researching 9th Lancers, 24th L and SRY

    Thanks TTH,Gibbo
    Ps. You get a surprising amount of head-scratching nonsense from just googling "Hitler's double"
    Not sure if there's a thread yet out there on this but I didn't find one and don't feel like starting one right now ;)

    Re. the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alois_Hitler#Change_of_surname
    Change of surname

    Does this not mean that the surname of Hitler has been unfairly maligned :P ???
    i.e. if he's not actually related to anyone (other than his very immediate family) called Hitler? why does anyone with that name have to be associated with him?! Not sure if the idea is that this is a "genetic" thing - but if so it is a bit interesting - most of the Royals/nobles et.al of the world are descended from some pretty unsavory types way back in the mists of time and a fair proportion of Asia (and a whole lot else) is descended from Gengis Khan ^_^

    On the other hand the name of Adolf isn't too popular now either, so I suppose it's just that you are stuck with your surname and what's given to you (unless you change it by law) whereas calling your sprog Adolf is a bit of a statement I guess.

    But are the "Schicklgruber's" all fine with still being Schicklgruber's these days? Not sure if anyone's ever met one of those or if there are many in the UK :)
  2. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    Just searching Ancestry for the surname Hitler one of the results is:

    All London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965 results for Hitler

    Results 1–50 of 257
    The first one is - Edmund Hitler 1862 Tower Hamlets

    The last one (257th) is - Richard J Hitler 1965 Hendon

    Interestingly enough there are 8 registered between 1939 and 1945

    Not quite as common as Smith or Jones

  3. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    What's in a name?


    Your name of Schicklgruber gives you the desire for success and financial accumulation and the confidence and drive to go after your ambitions, regardless of obstacles.

    Your thinking revolves around business and ways of making money, rather than on music, art, drama, or philosophy.

    You start new endeavours and incorporate new ideas, but seldom if ever receive the full benefits and financial accumulation for your efforts.

    You tend to feel very frustrated in being unable to realize your ambitions fully.

    An extremely independent and self-sufficient person, you dislike taking orders or advice from anyone.

    You believe in speaking directly and to the point, so you are candid and abrupt.

    Many friendships are lost because of your directness.

    Those in close association complain that you are not inclined to observe and return acts of kindness, compassion, or affection.

    You would be a firm parent and your children would be well-disciplined, but you would find it difficult to get close to them and to show compassion and affection.

    Weaknesses in your health affect the senses of the head, causing eye, ear or sinus trouble and the generative organs.


    The name of Hitler gives you a very inquisitive, restless, seeking nature.

    You feel impelled by intense desires that you cannot comprehend or satisfy.

    You have had the desire to accomplish something outstanding and to do something very worthwhile for humanity, especially early in your life.

    This name gives you a versatile, clever, analytical mind, but unfortunately you cannot direct your interest toward an undertaking for long, as you do not have the patience and practicality for systematic hard work and attention to detail.

    You resent obstacles, delays, and restrictions.

    This name gives you ambition, high ideals, and much creative ability, but the intense dynamic nature is too often spent in feelings and in moods, rather than in constructive action.

    You desire to be your own boss, yet you find it difficult to stabilize your life and to settle down and be accumulative.

    Your feelings swing from optimism to pessimism.

    You can be very cynical and caustic, and you subject those around you to outbursts of temper and moods of self-pity.

    Your home-life particularly would suffer.

    This name has given you an appreciation for refinement, and the better things in life such as art, music, and literature.

    You can express a very friendly, debonair personality to strangers which invariably makes a very favourable impression.

    It has been your experience that once you lose control to indulgent habits, for example, smoking, drinking, or emotional outbursts, it is very difficult to retain control.

    You would be affected in the health through a sensitive solar plexus and nervous system.

    Nervous disorders, nervous indigestion, and stomach ulcers could develop.

    Try it for yourself: http://www.kabalarians.com/cfm/what-does-my-name-mean.cfm
  4. Ramiles

    Ramiles Researching 9th Lancers, 24th L and SRY

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  5. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    That's funny. Thumbs up from from me, Ram!!!
  6. James S

    James S Very Senior Member

    Ian Kershaw is of the opinion that Hitler never visited Liverpool and the "bridget Hitler" writings were simply made up. In an OU Lecture he said that he could never imagine Hitler at Anfield shouting "Come on you Reds". :)
  7. Steve Mac

    Steve Mac Very Senior Member

    Did Ian Kershaw not consider that Hitler may have been an Everton supporter? He certainly ended up with the Blues! :)
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  8. kopite

    kopite Member

    Lol...nice one!
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  9. kopite

    kopite Member

    But Eva Braun did say to him at the end "You'll Never Walk Alone"
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