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101-Year-Old Jewish Woman Recalls Living Next to Hitler

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This 1939 photo shows German Nazi Chancellor and dictator Adolf Hitler, center, consulting a geographical survey map with his general staff. (AFP via Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 12 February 2020 01:26 PM

Prior to World War II, Adolf Hitler would spend hours in his apartment planning his next move. Alice Frank Stock, a young Jewish girl lived next door and heard many rumors and witnessed a few interesting things during the time she and her family lived on Prinzregentenplatz, according to Fox News.  

Now Stock, 101,  has spoken about what it was like being neighbors to the Nazi madman.  

The apartment block had two entrances. One was for number 14, where Stock's family lived, and the other was for numbers 13 and 15, where Hitler stayed. Being in such close proximity, it was inevitable that stories about the Nazis would filter back to Stock.   

"We heard many [rumors], from the cook and others," she said. She also saw a coffin being carried out of the entrance. Stock believes it was the body of Hitler's half-niece, Geli Raubal, that lay in the coffin.  

"There was speculation of how and when she died. I think there was truth in it that the coffin was carried out and in it was a woman. But there was no confirmation ever," Stock said.  

Raubal reportedly committed suicide in 1931. She was 23-years-old at the time and used one of Hitler's guns to shoot herself in the head. 

It is alleged that Hitler was overly possessive of her. He later revealed that she was the only woman he ever loved, Fox News noted.  

Stock said that in those days you could not speak openly about such things so it always remained a mystery to her. 

Despite being neighbors, Stock admitted she rarely saw Hitler. On one occasion, she caught a glimpse of him at the opera.  

She recalled receiving tickets to the royal box from school, but members of the SS refused to let her in and insisted she move two boxes down. As the curtain went up at the royal box she saw Hitler "sitting there." 

Stock's other encounters with Hitler were from a distance.  

"I saw him once or twice coming home, too," she said. His car would pull up to the house and then "two SS men would jump out, stand either side and he would rush up to the house." Stock said Hitler was "terrified obviously of someone who would try and kill him." 

Hitler lived in the apartment until 1931. He kept ownership of the property but, when he became chancellor, his visits grew infrequent as he spent more time at a villa near Berchtesgaden.  

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