• Heil. By the way - what is a German's favorite month? Ju - Ly ('You Lie' in a German accent, whilst pretending to back-slap the person's face)
  • Hans ( Not really sure about this first name ) Schikelgrubber. [ I kid you not! ]
  • I thought it was Adolf Hitler.
  • Schicklgruber Heidler666
  • Adolf Hitler Schicklgruber
  • Name: Adolf Hitler Birth Date: April 20, 1889 Death Date: April 30, 1945 Place of Birth: Braunau, Austria Place of Death: Berlin, Germany Nationality: German Gender: Male Occupations: dictator, nationalist In 1876 the man who was to become Adolf Hitler's father changed his name from Alois Schicklgruber to Alois Hitler.
  • Adolf Hitler "Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary, the fourth child of six. His father, Alois Hitler, (1837–1903), was a customs official. His mother, Klara Pölzl, (1860–1907), was Alois' third wife. She was also his half-niece, so a papal dispensation was obtained for the marriage. Of Alois and Klara's six children, only Adolf and his sister Paula reached adulthood. Hitler's father also had a son, Alois Jr, and a daughter, Angela, by his second wife. Alois Hitler was born illegitimate. For the first 39 years of his life he bore his mother's surname, Schicklgruber. In 1876, he took the surname of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler. The name was spelled Hiedler, Huetler, Huettler and Hitler, and probably regularized to Hitler by a clerk. The origin of the name is either 'one who lives in a hut' (Standard Ger. Hütte), 'shepherd' (Standard Ger. hüten 'to guard,' Eng. heed), or is from the Slavic word Hidlar and Hidlarcek. (Regarding the first two theories: some German dialects make little or no distinction between the ü-sound and the i-sound.) Allied propaganda exploited Hitler's original family name during World War II. Pamphlets bearing the phrase "Heil Schicklgruber" were airdropped over German cities. But he was legally born a Hitler and was also related to Hiedler via his maternal grandmother, Johanna Hiedler. The name "Adolf" comes from Old High German for "noble wolf" (Adel=nobility + wolf). Hence, one of Hitler's self-given nicknames was Wolf or Herr Wolf—he began using this nickname in the early 1920s and was addressed by it only by intimates (as "Uncle Wolf" by the Wagners) up until the fall of the Third Reich. The names of his various headquarters scattered throughout continental Europe (Wolfsschanze in East Prussia, Wolfsschlucht in France, Werwolf in Ukraine, etc.) reflect this. By his closest family and relatives, Hitler was known as "Adi"." Source and further information:

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