Adolf Hitler’s love child? New evidence backs claim by Frenchman that Fuhrer was his father
Jean-Marie Loret, dead since 1985, maintained that he was the son of the Nazi leader
By Larry Mcshane
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
February 22, 2012
He’s the love child of the most-hated man of the 20th century — maybe.
New evidence supports a Frenchman’s belief that he was Adolf Hitler’s illegitimate son after his mother had an affair with the future architect of the Holocaust in 1917.
A story published in the French magazine Le Point cites official military documents indicating cash payments to the mother of Jean-Marie Loret during the German occupation of France in World War II.
In a particularly strange twist, Loret — unaware of his lineage — was fighting for the French resistance at the time.
And signed paintings by Hitler were discovered in the attic of Charlotte Lobjoie, who told her son that she had a boozy tryst in June 1917 with the future Furher.