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Archive for March, 2013

Did Hitler Have A Son?

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 2:08 PM
Tuesday, March 26, 2013

New evidence emerged in February of 2012 to support the controversial claim that Hitler had a son with a French teenager.

The man, Jean-Marie Loret, who claimed to be the Hitler’s son back in 1981 in his autobiography titled “Your Father’s Name Was Hitler.” Died four years later, at the age of 67, having never been able to prove his family line. Loret’s Paris lawyer, François Gibault, told a French magazine that a number of photographs and documents can now support the claim of paternity to Hitler, as well as how Loret discovered his heritage.

Jean-Marie Loret was born in March, 1918. He grew up knowing nothing about his father, only that his mother, Charlotte Lobjoie, had given him away for adoption to a family with the name Loret. It wasn’t until the early 1950s, just before his biological mother’s death, that she told him her secret – that at 16 year of age she had a brief affair with Adolf Hitler and he was conceived after what she claimed was a “tipsy” evening in June 1917.

Charlotte Lobjoie told Jean-Marie Loret “I was cutting hay with other women, when we saw a German soldier on the other side of the street. He had a sketch pad and seemed to be drawing. All the women found this soldier interesting and wanted to know what he was drawing. They picked me to try to approach him,” she said. They started a brief relationship, and the following year Jean-Marie was born.

“On the rare occasions your father was around, he liked to take me for walks in the countryside. But these walks usually ended badly. Your father, inspired by nature, launched into speeches I did not really understand,” Miss Lobjoie said. She recalled that Loret’s father did not speak French “but solely ranted in German, talking to an imaginary audience.”

The new evidence included official Wehrmacht, documents which show that officers brought envelopes of cash to Lobjoie during the German occupation of France. In addition paintings signed “Adolf Hitler” were discovered in Miss Lobjoie’s attic, including a picture of a woman painted by Hitler which according to Le Point magazine, “looked exactly like Loret’s mother.”

In what he called a “manic effort” to prove or disprove his mother’s claim, Loret used the services of  geneticists, handwriting experts and historians. In an effort to share his discovery and the journey that followed, Loret wrote a book titled “Your Father’s Name Was Hitler,”.

Loret’s lawyer, Gibault, states that Loret’s children could claim royalties from Hitler’s Mein Kampf based on this evidence.

 

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