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一男子欲鉴定自己为希特勒之子

2006-05-10 10:37蒋黎黎,CRI

西班牙一名男子怀疑自己是希特勒的孙子以及纳粹党秘密警察头目希姆莱的外孙。目前,西班牙格拉纳达大学正在对该男子进行DNA鉴定,以判定他是否是纳粹党头目的后代。

据《卫报》5月8日援引西班牙《世界报》的报道说,这名男子现年50岁,来自西班牙格拉纳达市。

他基于对自己外貌特征和童年时的记忆推测自己是纳粹党头目的后代。格拉纳达大学法医系对他的推测相当重视,并开始对他和他父亲与祖父的遗骨进行DNA检测。据悉,格拉纳达大学法医系曾做过一些意义重大的DNA鉴定,包括对西班牙内战留下的秘密坟墓中的尸骨和哥伦布尸骨的鉴定。

这名男子在接受《世界报》采访时称,他年幼在德国的家中曾偷听到过有关自己家族史的秘密。当他将自己的照片与希姆莱的照片放在一起时,人们惊讶地发现二者确实很像。该男子认为自己是希姆莱的外孙,并称自己的父亲为希特勒与奥地利情人吉莉·拉包尔在1931年生下的儿子。

该男子还表示,揭示家族的秘密历史不仅仅是他私人的要求。如果DNA的鉴定结果证明他是希特勒的后代,他希望能推翻先前所认为的纳粹党人及他们的家人都通过西班牙迁徙到了拉美地区的说法。最新的研究结果也指出,许多纳粹党人其实都留在了西班牙。

报道说,有资料显示,西班牙曾在二战末对100多名纳粹份子提供过庇护。2003年,一名西班牙新闻记者就撰书揭露了佛朗哥政权和西班牙天主教堂在二战期间和战后对纳粹党间谍和实业家的“款待并保护”的行为。



Man's DNA Tests to 'Prove' Hitler and Himmler were Forebears

A Spanish university is conducting DNA tests on a 50-year-old electrician from Granada who is trying to prove he is a descendent of both Adolf Hitler and the Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler.

The man's claim is based on physical similarities and childhood memories. But the department of forensic medicine at the University of Granada has taken his theory seriously enough to do the DNA tests on both him and the exhumed remains of his father and grandparents, according to El Mundo newspaper.

The university forensic team has previously worked on other high-profile identifications, including bodies from unmarked civil war graves, and the remains of Christopher Colombus.

In an interview in El Mundo, the man, referred to only as Guillermo, claims to remember hearing cryptic family conversations in German as a child. A photograph of the Granada man shows a striking resemblance to a juxtaposed image of Himmler, whom he believes is his maternal grandfather. Guillermo also claims his father is the son of Hitler, born in 1931 of a relationship between the Führer and his supposed Austrian lover, Geli Raubal.

The campaign to uncover this putative family history is more than a personal quest, the man told El Mundo. Should DNA tests validate his claims, he hopes to demonstrate that high-ranking Nazis and their families did more than simply pass through Spain on route to havens in Latin American. New research suggests that many, indeed, stayed.

Spain gave more than 100 Nazi war criminals asylum and new identities at the end of the second world war, according to unclassified foreign ministry documents cited by the historian Paul Preston. The Blacklist, a 2003 book by a Spanish investigative journalist, José María Irujo, describes how the Franco regime and the Spanish Catholic church "pampered and protected" Nazi spies and industrialists during and after the second world war.

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