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Hitler’s Little Treasure: Bernile

Bernhardine Nienau was born on April 20, 1926 in Dortmund, but was immediately nicknamed Bernile. In the spring of 1933 it was in the front rows of visitors to the Obersalzberg and captured Hitler’s attention. From a simple contact between a leader and a child, a “friendship” was born that lasted until a few years before that this child no longer lived on this planet. In the Federal Archives in Berlin at least 17 letters of this girl are kept and at least those that were written at an early age were presumably written with the help of her mother.

Why Anne Frank’s Diary Is A Hoax

Translated from original, modified, enriched by Valkyrie1488

Any historical event should be accepted to be analyzed following stories or events. Evidence, files such as photographs, maps, documents, certificates, but above all according to the logic and historical data context in which any event took place. When people face a “continuous” series of illogicality, inconsistencies and paradoxes, what is being analyzed loses and falls from historicity and only remains a mere obstinacy, celebrating facts never happened as “happened”, hence assuming exclusively contours of staging, and hoaxing things that may get same respect conferred to as a Dogma, this is the case of the Anne Frank’s Diary, an incredibly false historical book.

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