Friday, December 10, 2010


Insider news has just been released from Schuetze Obernigg, a 19-year-old deserter and prisoner of war, about Hitler in his daily life. Obernigg states that his day consisted of a morning starting at 10 a.m., followed by a quaint breakfast of coffee, bread, and marmalade. Guests of Hitler were welcomed in the afternoon. He would then work late, often not finishing until the early morning of the next day. Obernigg’s reports also include that Hitler was a fiery man of paranoia. He ironically did not like the feeling of being watched and was apt to pound and shout during conferences. However, he supposedly also had a mild to personal people. Although viewed a terrible villain, Hitler was still a man; a man who started his mornings with coffee, bread, and marmalade.

Meghan Bates
Period 3

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