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William marries on Hitler's wedding day

Prince William's wedding date is the same as Hitler's wedding date - April 29th.

The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton marks the 66th anniversary to the day of the bizarre union of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as the Third Reich collapsed.

The Nazi dictator was the grandson of Salomon Rothschild and a servant girl, Maria Anna Schicklegruber who worked at Rothschild's Vienna mansion.

Hitler married Eva Braun, his long-time mistress, in a bunker as the Russians closed in on him. The pair reportedly committed suicide together the next day... although some historians believe Hitler escaped to South America.

Are the matching wedding dates of William and Hitler just another of many coincidences?



In 2006, William's neo-NAZI brother, Prince Harry, was caught for the first time wearing a nazi uniform and Swastika armband at an upscale dress party.

When Harry appeared in a Nazi uniform, it left the rest of his family suddenly naked. In an instant, their years of painstaking effort to smooth over their nazi past were stripped away as memories and suspicions of royal links to Hitler's Germany were resurrected.



The Duke of Windsor (formerly British King Edward VIII) and his wife, Wallis Simpson, visited Germany in 1937 and were taken to meet the Führer.

Confidential files released in 2003 revealed that Nazi officials thought the Duke was "no enemy to Germany" and would be the "logical director of England's destiny after the war".

Other royals also had links to the Nazis. Baron Gunther von Reibnitz, father of Princess Michael of Kent, was a party member and an honorary member of the SS. The brother of Princess Alice, a great-aunt to the Queen, was a Nazi who said that Hitler had done a "wonderful job".


To get beyond the soap opera stuff and truly understand the Windsors today, it is useful to start with Prince Philip. Not only was he trained in the Hitler Youth curriculum, but his German brothers-in-law, with whom he lived, all became high-ranking figures in the Nazi Party.

The British monarchy, and the City of London’s leading Crown bankers, enthusiastically backed Hitler and the Nazis, bankrolled the Fuhrer’s election, and did everything possible to build the Nazi war machine, for Britain’s planned geopolitical war between Germany and Russia. Support for Nazi-style genocide has always been at the heart of the House of Windsor policy. Long after the abdication of King Edward VIII, the Windsors maintained their direct Nazi links.

The British House of Windsor springs from the marriage of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert in 1840. He was the son of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in Germany and his name became the name that was used by the British royal family. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha turned out not to be Albert's real surname. HIs real surname was Wettin - the name of another aristocratic German dynasty.


Worried about the anti-German feeling caused by the first world war, George V ordered the royal family to scrap Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and Wettin for Windsor in 1917. But it wasn't quite that simple. The surname of the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip (the Duke of Edinburgh), is Mountbatten-Windsor. The Queen's husband is also from the house of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg. So are his heirs including Prince William. Even more embarrassing are the family's links to Nazi Germany. The Queen's husband, Prince Philip, is Greek. His relatives either sympathised with the Nazis or actually joined them.

One brother-in-law, Prince Christoph of Hesse, was a member of the SS and flew fighters that attacked allied troops in Italy. In fact, so many of Prince Philip's relatives had Nazi links that when he married Queen Elizabeth, he had few guests that he could invite.

King George VI and his wife, the late Queen Mother, sent birthday greetings to Hitler weeks before Germany invaded Poland. More damning, his brother, the former King Edward VIII after abdicating in 1936, was sympathetic towards Hitler. In 1970, he told one interviewer: "I never thought Hitler was such a bad chap."


When Prince Philip, co-founder of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), tells an interviewer that he hopes to be "reincarnated as a deadly virus to help solve the population problem", he is just doin’ what comes naturally for any scion of the Anglo-Dutch oligarchy.

Prince Philip is a grandson of Queen Victoria, and related to most of the current and former crowned heads of Europe, including seven czars. The marriages of Prince Philip’s sisters strengthened the family's German aristocratic ties. Three of Philip’s brothers-in-law were part of a group of German aristocrats who were Anglophile and pro-Nazi and who remain a subversive force in Germany to this day.

Hitler Youth and Universal Fascism

Through the influence of his sister Theodora, young Philip was sent to a German school founded by Max von Baden, working through his longtime personal secretary, Kurt Hahn. When Philip arrived at Hahn’s school in Schloss Salem, it was in control of the Hitler Youth and the Nazi Party. The curriculum had become Nazi race science.

Prince Philip’s Relatives Worked for the SS

The husband of Philip’s sister Sophie, Prince Christoph, was embraced by the Nazis. Joining the Nazi Party in 1933, Prince Christoph was chief of the Forschungsamt (directorate of scientific research) and also an SS Colonel on Heinrich Himmler’s personal staff. The Forschungsamt worked with the Gestapo against the Catholic Church, the Jews, and labor organizations. Prince Philip's nephew (son of Prince Christoph and Sophie) was named Karl Adolf, after Hitler. Later, Prince Philip would promote his education.

Prince Philip’s uncle and sponsor, Lord Louis Mountbatten (originally, Battenberg of the House of Hesse) was a central figure in the 1930s Nazi-British channel. Until he was forced to abdicate, King Edward VIII enjoyed the full backing of Dickie Mountbatten. Through much of World War II, secret channels of communication were maintained between the British royal family and their pro-Hitler cousins in Germany, by Lord Mountbatten, through his sister Louise, who was crown princess of pro-Nazi Sweden. Louise was Prince Philip’s aunt.


The spin doctors at Buckingham Palace have tried to depict the wartime collaboration of the British royal family with the Nazi enemy as just family correspondence but the messages from Prince Philip’s secret ally, the Duke of Windsor (former King Edward VIII) are impossible to cover up. On Nov. 20, 1995, the Washington Times reported that the Duke of Windsor had been in close collaboration with the Nazis in Spain and Portugal to foment a revolution in wartime Britain, that would topple the Churchill government, depose his brother King George VI, and allow him to regain the throne.

Starting with an exchange between King George VI and President Eisenhower, the House of Windsor has been desperate to keep incriminating documents collected from Kronberg Castle classified. The incriminating documents fell into American Army hands.

The Papacy is also desperate to keep incriminating evidence of their Nazi collaboration out of the public spotlight. Today's Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger) was a member of the Hitler Youth movement and served in a German army anti- aircraft unit under Adoph Hitler and the nazi regime.



In May of 1945, the US Army occupied the Pope's (Joseph Ratzinger's) hometown and turned his family home into their local headquarters. The Pope and his brother were captured by the US Army and sent to a POW camp. They were released in June 1945 and July 1945.

Hitler's Pope, a book written by British journalist John Cornwell, examines the actions of Pope Pius XII during the Nazi era. The book implies that the Pope legitimized Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime through the pursuit of a Reichskonkordat and did not speak out against the extermination of non-ethnic Jews. (See Arthut Koestler's book "The Thirteenth tribe")

Learn more: http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/BookWilliam.html

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