Top Secret The Taking of Hitler’s Relatives and Hunting Hitler
Operation Overlord, the allied invasion of Normandy, was a way to cover up our mission, Operation Hansel, and Gretel. The taking of just one or two of Hitler’s relatives for the whole world to see may bring the madman down. More
Operation Overlord, the allied invasion of Normandy, was a way to cover up our mission, Operation Hansel, and Gretel. The taking of just one or two of Hitler’s relatives for the whole world to see may bring the madman down.
Our mission intended to kidnap just one or two of Adolf Hitler’s relatives who were living in the hillside villages of Waldviertel, an area of Austria.
If successful, the allies would have the leverage needed to bring the madman, Adolf Hitler, down by exposing his family for who they were.
Adolf himself was ashamed of his relatives and was consistently worried that his relatives would be exposed.
He even called his two sisters, Angela and Paula, “Stupid geese.”
Our mission had to be successful as a very large invasion force with many thousands of men; many of whom would give their lives on the beaches of Normandy, were helping us to try to have a successful mission, we could not let them down.
After Operation Hansel and Gretel, I helped in the war effort, and after the allies had won the war, I tried to track down that little bastard madman in South America.
I was always getting close to him, but since he had plenty of help from several governments in South America, he would always disappear.
It was whack-a-mole, a game that frustrated me
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