Paula Hitler Information - Hitler`s Sister biography (Article no longer available from the original source)
Paula worked as a secretary in a military hospital until the end of the Second World War, was arrested by US Intelligence officers in May 1945. Paula said she couldn`t bring herself to believe her brother had been responsible for the Holocaust. In 1952 she moved to Berchtesgaden, reportedly living in seclusion in a two-room flat until her death on 1 June 1960. There is some evidence she shared her brother`s strong German nationalist beliefs.
Interview with Paula Hitler on 5th June 1946
It was especially my brother Adolf, who challenged my father to extreme harshness and who got his sound thrashing every day. He was a scrubby little rogue, and all attempts of his father to thrash him for his rudeness and to cause him to love the profession of an official of the estate were in vain. How often on the other hand did my mother caress him and try to obtain with her kindness, were the father could not succeed with harshness!
Interview with Paula Hitler on 12th July 1945
Since I was so much younger than my brother he never considered me a playmate. He played a leading role among his early companions. His was favourite game was cops and robbers, and that sort of thing. He had a lot of companions. I could not say what took place in their games, as I was never present. Adolf as a child always came home too late. He got a spanking every night for not coming home on time.
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Hitler sister - Paula Wolf - footage to be shown
A rare TV interview with Adolf Hitler`s sister will be screened for the first time since 1959, having been found in a hunt for missing shows. Paula Wolf was filmed talking about her brother for hour-long ITV documentary Tyranny: The Years of Adolf Hitler, which also interviewed his chauffeur.
Discovery of a journal written by Adolf Hitler`s sister Paula Hitler
Historians Timothy Ryback and Florian Beierl acclaimed the discovery in Germany of a journal written by Adolf Hitler`s sister Paula Hitler, saying it offers insights into the dysfunctional nature of the Führer`s family. Recounting the earliest memories of her childhood, when she was around 8 and Adolf was 15, Paula Hitler wrote: "Once again I feel my brother`s loose hand across my face." The two historians have also located a joint memoir by Hitler`s half-brother, Alois, and half-sister, Angela. One excerpt describes the violence exercised by Hitler`s father Alois, and how Adolf`s mother Klara tried to protect her son from regular beatings.