Hitler’s Birthday

April 20, 2011 by staff 

Hitler’s Birthday, Revellers at a birthday party for Adolf Hitler in Chicago were interrupted abruptly when a smoke bomb went suddenly ends the festival. The banquet hall where the party was held was filled with swastika flags and decorated cakes, which read “Happy Birthday Adolf Hitler” and “The South was right. White Men struggle.” The Chicago Tribune reports:

The suspect, a man with a backpack, had ordered a sandwich, grilled cheese before going to a bathroom and left the smoke bomb, authorities said Monday.

“The description we have to work outside is very vague,” said Police Chief Harley Schinke of the person responsible for the damage Saturday night to PJ Klem’s Restaurant & Banquet Hall.

Art Jones, president of the America First Committee, said he organized the party and about people attended. In addition to celebrating the 122nd anniversary of the birth of Hitler, which is Wednesday, Jones said the group marked the beginning April 12, 1861, the Civil War.

Klems general manager said that the purpose of the party was unknown when it was scheduled several weeks ago.

Adolf Hitler was born today, years ago, on April 20, 1889. He was raised by Catholic parents, but after leaving home, became a lapsed Catholic. He professes a belief in “Aryan Christ Jesus, a Jesus who fought against the Jews. Some scholars believe that his hatred of Jews can be caused by the death of his mother’s cancer was incurable. The doctor treating her was Jewish. He is also believed that occult practices mixture National Socialism, although ridiculed these practices in his book Mein Kampf.

Hitler committed suicide shortly after she married her lover of many years, Eva Braun. He committed suicide in his bunker on April 30, 1945, when it became clear that the allies had taken Berlin and the war was lost.

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