“Your supper is on the stove, Uncle,” Klara called. She could hear her husband, Herr Alois Hitler, banging pots in the kitchen.
She kissed her sleeping baby. “My hope is in you, little Adolf. My hope is in you.”
(Klara Polzl was the mother of Adolf Hitler, leader of Germany during the Second World War (1939–1945). She married Alois Hitler in 1885. The couple had five children but only Adolf and a younger sister, Paula, survived to become adults. Adolf Hitler provoked the War in which 70-90 million died world-wide, and due to his prejudices had millions of German Jews, plus gypsies and gay people, put to death.)