Maria Reiter

Maria Reiter

Female 1911 - 1992  (80 years)    Has no ancestors and no descendants in this family tree.

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  • Name Maria Reiter 
    Relationshipwith Francis Fox
    Born 23 Dec 1911  Berchtesgaden Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 1992 
    Person ID I44523  Geneagraphie
    Last Modified 9 Oct 2011 

    Family 1 Adolph Hitler,   b. 20 Apr 1889, Braunau am Inn, Oberösterreich, Österreich Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Apr 1945, Führerbunker, Berlin, DE Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years) 
    Married Betw 1927-1929 
    Last Modified 9 Oct 2011 
    Family ID F288742  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 NN 
    Married 1931 
    Last Modified 9 Oct 2011 
    Family ID F1292401  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 Georg Kubisch,   d. 1940, Dunkerque, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 1936 
    Last Modified 9 Oct 2011 
    Family ID F1292400  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Notes 
    • auch bekannt als "Mimi" oder "Mizi", war Adolf Hitlers Verlobte in den späten 1920er Jahren. Sie war die einzige Frau von Hitlers intimen Beziehungen, die den Krieg überlebt hat. Sie erzählte ihre Geschichte 1959 dem Nachrichtenmagazin Stern.

      Maria Reiter war die Tochter eines Sozialdemokraten in Berchtesgaden. Nach ihren eigenen Angaben war er 37 Jahre alt und sie gerade einmal 16, als Hitler sie in seinem bevorzugten Geschäft in Obersalzberg traf. Er soll ihr, nach einer längeren freundschaftlichen Beziehung, einen Heiratsantrag gemacht haben. Seine Beziehung zu ihr ist mit Liebesbriefen von ihm belegt. Er wollte mit ihr eine Familie mit "blonden" Kindern gründen. Als er sie dann für Monate nicht mehr aufsuchte, wollte sie sich umbringen, was aber ihr Schwager noch rechtzeitig verhinderte.

      Nach einer gescheiterten Ehe mit einem ortsansässigen Hotelier überzeugte sie Rudolf Heß, dass Hitler immer noch an ihr interessiert wäre und sie in München wieder zu sehen wünsche. Aber mehr als eine Liebesnacht ist aus der Anbahnung nicht entstanden. Hitler war zu einem Eheschluss aus politischen Gründen nicht bereit, schickte aber seinen persönlichen Anwalt Hans Frank, um ihr bei ihrer Scheidung zu helfen.

      Auch zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt (1934) soll er eine Beziehung ? ohne Ehe ? gewünscht haben, was sie allerdings ablehnte. Zu ihrer zweiten Heirat 1936 mit dem SS-Hauptsturmführer Georg Kubisch soll Hitler gratuliert haben. Bei ihrem letzten Treffen, 1938 in München, klagte er über die schlechte Beziehung zu Eva Braun. Als Kubisch bei Dünkirchen fiel, schickte Hitler ihr einhundert rote Rosen.

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    • known as "Mimi" or "Mitzi", was associated romantically with Adolf Hitler in the late 1920s. She told her story to the German periodical Stern in 1959.
      Reiter was the daughter of an official of the Social Democratic Party in Berchtesgaden.

      Hitler met Reiter when she was working in a shop in Obersalzberg, one of Hitler's favourite retreats. According to Reiter's own account, the 37-year-old Hitler became friendly with the 16-year-old girl, and asked her out. At the end of the evening he made a "coarse" sexual advance towards her which she rejected, but they finally kissed. They had a number of other dates during which Hitler became increasingly passionate towards her. According to the Stern article, Hitler "told her that he wanted her to be his wife, to found a family with her, to have blonde children, but at the moment he had not the time to think of such things. Repeatedly Hitler spoke of his duty, his mission."[1] He told her to wait for him and that they would live together. After this declaration Hitler ignored her for months, plunging her into depression. In despair, she attempted to hang herself, but her brother-in-law found her and cut her down before she died.

      After this episode, Reiter gave up on Hitler and married a local hotelkeeper. The marriage was not a success, however, and in 1931 Reiter left her husband. After a visit from Rudolf Hess convinced her of Hitler's continuing interest in her, she travelled to Munich to see Hitler once more. Reiter claims that she spent the night with Hitler and that "I let everything happen. I had never been so happy as I was that night". Hitler suggested that she remain in Munich as his lover, but Reiter wanted marriage. Hitler was concerned that a relationship with a woman who had left her husband would be politically damaging to him, so the couple parted. Nevertheless, Hitler delegated his personal lawyer Hans Frank to handle her divorce.

      In 1934, after Hitler's rise to power, Reiter met him once more and he again asked her to become his lover. Again she refused. This led to an argument in which Hitler reiterated that he could not marry or have children because he had a "big mission" to fulfill. Eventually, she married Hauptsturmführer Georg Kubisch, an SS officer, in 1936. Hitler congratulated Kubisch on his marriage at an assembly of the SS in Munich. Their last meeting was in 1938, when, according to Reiter, Hitler expressed dissatisfaction with his relationship with Eva Braun. Kubisch was killed in 1940 during the Battle of Dunkirk, after which Hitler sent Reiter 100 red roses.

      The details of Reiter's story about their physical relationship cannot be confirmed, though the fact that Hitler was in love with her was asserted by his sister Paula, who stated that she was the only woman who might have curbed his destructive impulses.

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