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In 1876, three years after Alois Hitler's first married Anna Glasl-Hörer, her uncle Alois had hired Klara Pölzl, 16-year-old, as a household servant. After the death of his second wife, Franziska Matzelsberger, in 1884, Alois and Klara were married on 7 January 1885 in a brief wedding held early that morning at Hitler's rented rooms on the top floor of the Pommer Inn in [[Braunau]]. Alois then went to work for the day at his job as a customs official. Klara carried on calling Alois "uncle" following the marriage. Their first son Gustav was born four months later, on 15 May 1885. Ida followed on 23 September 1886. Both infants died of [[diphtheria]] during the winter of 1886-1887. A third child, Otto, was born and died in 1887.
 
In 1876, three years after Alois Hitler's first married Anna Glasl-Hörer, her uncle Alois had hired Klara Pölzl, 16-year-old, as a household servant. After the death of his second wife, Franziska Matzelsberger, in 1884, Alois and Klara were married on 7 January 1885 in a brief wedding held early that morning at Hitler's rented rooms on the top floor of the Pommer Inn in [[Braunau]]. Alois then went to work for the day at his job as a customs official. Klara carried on calling Alois "uncle" following the marriage. Their first son Gustav was born four months later, on 15 May 1885. Ida followed on 23 September 1886. Both infants died of [[diphtheria]] during the winter of 1886-1887. A third child, Otto, was born and died in 1887.
   
[[Adolf Hitler|Adolf]] was born 20 April 1889, followed by Edmund on 24 March 1894 and [[Paula Hitler|Paula]] on 21 January 1896. Edmund died of [[measles]] on 28 February 1900, at the age of five.<ref>Vermeeren, Mar, ''De jeugd van Adolf Hitler 1889-1907 en zijn familie en voorouders'', Soesterberg, 2007, Uitgeverij Aspekt, ISBN 978-90-5911-606-1 (Note: Source carried forward and only presumed reliable)</ref> Klara's adult life was spent keeping house and raising children, for which, according to Smith, Alois had little understanding or interest.<ref>"[He] had a limited understanding of children and a minimum interest in their development" Smith, p.54</ref> Historian Alice Miller later wrote, "The family structure could well be characterized as the prototype of a [[totalitarian]] regime. Its sole, undisputed, often brutal ruler is the father. The wife and children are totally subservient to his will, his moods, and his whims; they must accept humiliation and injustice unquestioningly and gratefully. Obedience is their primary rule of conduct."<ref>Miller, Alice "For Your Own Good" http://www.nospank.net/fyog13.htm#introduction</ref>
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[[Adolf Hitler|Adolf]] was born 20 April 1889, followed by Edmund on 24 March 1894 and [[Paula Hitler|Paula]] on 21 January 1896 hitler effed a goat . Edmund died of [[measles]] on 28 February 1900, at the age of five.<ref>Vermeeren, Mar, ''De jeugd van Adolf Hitler 1889-1907 en zijn familie en voorouders'', Soesterberg, 2007, Uitgeverij Aspekt, ISBN 978-90-5911-606-1 (Note: Source carried forward and only presumed reliable)</ref> Klara's adult life was spent keeping house and raising children, for which, according to Smith, Alois had little understanding or interest.<ref>"[He] had a limited understanding of children and a minimum interest in their development" Smith, p.54</ref> Historian Alice Miller later wrote, "The family structure could well be characterized as the prototype of a [[totalitarian]] regime. Its sole, undisputed, often brutal ruler is the father. The wife and children are totally subservient to his will, his moods, and his whims; they must accept humiliation and injustice unquestioningly and gratefully. Obedience is their primary rule of conduct."<ref>Miller, Alice "For Your Own Good" http://www.nospank.net/fyog13.htm#introduction</ref>
   
 
Klara was a devout [[Roman Catholic]] and attended [[Catholic Church|church]] regularly with her children.<ref>"[She] was completely devoted to the faith and teachings of Catholicism…" Smith, p. 42</ref> Of her six children with Alois, only Adolf and [[Paula Hitler|Paula]] survived childhood.
 
Klara was a devout [[Roman Catholic]] and attended [[Catholic Church|church]] regularly with her children.<ref>"[She] was completely devoted to the faith and teachings of Catholicism…" Smith, p. 42</ref> Of her six children with Alois, only Adolf and [[Paula Hitler|Paula]] survived childhood.
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