Is This the End of Hitler’s Bloodline?

Is This the End of Hitler’s Bloodline?

Hitler in 1918
Hitler in 1918

Hitler’s bloodline – him being the ill-famed leader of Germany’s Third Reich known for his obsession in perfecting the human race through what he called the ‘master race’, the Aryans – rests in the plight of only five family members.

The continuation of the dictator’s blood history in this world is in the hands of five men – sons of his nephew who have vowed never to start families of their own.

Putting the Dot

These five descendants of the World War II German Nazi leader are the two sons of Hitler’s half-sister, Angela Hitler, Peter Raubal and Heiner Hochegger; as well as the three other sons of Alois Hitler, Jr., the dictator’s half-brother – Alexander, Louis, and Brian Stuart-Houston.

Hitler may have devoted his whole life trying to perfect the the human race through the elimination of the weak and the defected and even the ethnic groups he deemed inferior (the Jews). he saw the Aryans as the components of the “Master Race” and had ordered, in his years of rule, the death of countless of innocents to move humanity to that impeccable line he was seeking for.

But, it is because of this obsession – the hideous events and the mass killings – that prompted  Hitler’s descendants to reach the conclusion that their bloodline, that of the man who saw himself as the zenith of the “Master Race”, is very undesirable resulting to a silent agreement to INTENTIONALLY KILL IT.

“They didn’t sign a pact, but what they did is, they talked amongst themselves, talked about the burden they’ve had in the background of their lives, and decided that none of them would marry, none of them would have children. And that’s… a pact they’ve kept to this day,” David Gardner, writer of the Last Days of Hitler, said. He had tracked down the last surviving members of Hitler’s family in the 1990s and discovered this.

Peter Raubal who was born in 1931 is currently 82 years old. He is a retired engineer and looks like he has no plans to keep the Hitler bloodline alive. His younger cousin, Heiner Hochegger, was born in 1945, making him 68 years old today. However, like Raubal, he doesn’t have any children and would most likely remain that way until his death.

The Stuart-Houston brothers, sons of Hitler’s half-brother, have ages that range from 48 to 64 today. They may still be capable of fathering children but the brothers show no desire in procreating their own. As children, they have made an agreement to avoid having kids of their own to deliberately wipe out their infamous lineage.