Extraordinary Letter from Hitler's Nephew Begging to Enlist in U.S. Army for Fight Against the Nazis in WWII
William Patrick Hitler fled Nazi Germany when war broke out in 1939 to come and live with relatives in New York. After being rejected from the U.S. Army because of his family connection, he wrote an emotional plea to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942 on why he so strongly wanted to fight for Allied Forces.
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