The Children of Hitler’s Master Race Program Are Still Alive, And You Will Never Believe What They Look Like!

By December 21, 2017 History

During the third Reich of of Germany in 1933 to 1945, dictator Adolf Hitler would unleash a fury of genocide unlike anything humans have ever seen before. Even more terrifying, he led secret experiments and surgeries on people in hopes of creating what he called the Master Race.

The Holocaust led by dictator Adolf Hitler beginning in early nineteen thirties left some six million Jewish people dead. Whether it was disease, torture, outright execution, starvation, or exposure. It completely changed the world and we are still learning more about the undercover experiments and plans of world domination by the ruthless Nazi’s. The holocaust had one component that makes things far much worse and that was the ungodly experiments, surgeries, and tests performed on innocent people. Experiments that were 99% lethal like sewing people together and removing limbs. Potentially one of the most evil people to have ever existed alongside Hitler himself, Josef Mengele was an SS physician that was obsessed with inhumane medical experimentation on concentration camp prisoners at the largest Nazi camp known as Auschwitz.

The inhumane experimentation and surgical operations was all in place to create something Hitler referred to as the Master Race. The master race was a concept in Nazi Germany in which Nordic and Aryan races were predominant over Germans and Northern Europe. The plan was to eliminate the Jewish population and replace it with the Aryan race, or the master race. There were countless underground operations that occurred in search of creating this master race and they even still exist today.

The most famous of these children is Anni-Frid Lyngstad of the Swedish pop band ABBA. For her part, Lyngstad and other children like her – the products of unions between Norwegian mothers and German SS fathers – were forced out of their native country as traitors along with their mothers.

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Between the end of World War II and 1936 there were some 6,000 to 8,000 babies born in Lebensborn clinics. Some even believe it to be as high as 20,000. After the war, the children were to go on and live normal lives. That was, until they figured out who they actually were. You might even recognize one of these people from the worldwide famous Swedish pop band ABBA lead singer,  Anni-Frid Lyngstad. She was a product of union between Norwegian mothers and German SS fathers.

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The parents of the babies were carefully chosen by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi administration. There were strict criteria the men had to fit and Hitler chose only his most prestigious and elite officers for the job. According to the New York Times, Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS, encouraged these officers to breed outside of their marriage. They weren’t committing adultery. They were doing their jobs by building a German master race. The women were then forced to turn over the rights of their children, for they belonged to the Nazi army not the mother. The majority of all the babies born there are still unaware of their true identities.

This is just another reminder of our cruel history. These babies were innocent, yet created out of evil and they have no idea. History will never leave us or go away. It lingers behind, manifesting as a memory every way it can.

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