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Mailer unravels saga of Hitler’s family

{ "b" : "The Castle In The Forest," , "cite" : "by Norman Mailer, Little, Brown, €17.60."}

24th February, 2007

{ "b" : "The Castle In The Forest," , "cite" : "by Norman Mailer, Little, Brown, €17.60."}

When you are possibly the most vicious dictator ever to have lived, what could terrify you? If anything about Adolf Hitler could be amusing, then it would be funny to relate how one source of terror was the fact that he possessed a half-Irish nephew who tried to blackmail him.

Nothing about Hitler is funny, however, and today his remaining relations -...

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