Facilities accommodating suicide in 1945
While they were having their "cuppa," in walked Hitler, followed by [Dr. Excusing himself, Derek went to the cashier's desk and used the telephone to ring the Baroness's house. " he said, "The Fhrer's here--if you want to look at him, you'd better come quick."Unity rushed out, jumped into a taxi and arrived in a state of breathless excitement.She was trembling so much as she stared at Hitler that she was unable to drink her chocolate and had to hand her cup to Derek.While Schffer was a "guest" aboard the 'Belgrano', the newspaper "El Dia" in Uruguay's capital of Montevideo ran a Page One story, claiming that U-977 had stopped first near Comodoro Rivadavia in southern Argentina.by another mistress, their nanny and half a dozen leading Nazis had taken to the rubber dinghies in the Golfo San Jorge, gone ashore in Patagonia, and now they were all on their way to "the new Berchtesgaden in Antarctica".During the debriefing, the Argentinian Commodore told Schffer: "Captain, I must tell you that your boat is suspected of having sunk the Brazilian steamship 'Bahia' a few days ago.
It was definitely a laugh a minute at Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire during the 1920s. Her grandmother, Lady Blanche Hozier, was the sister of Grandmother Redesdale.There was nothing significantly sexy about the man.Except for his obsessive neatness and peculiarly white, well-shaped hands, he was unremarkable to the point of ordinariness--a man of about five feet, nine inches, with a clear skin, fine dark hair and gold-filled teeth.Derek knew that Adolf Hitler, now the head of state, made a habit of stopping at tea rooms in Munich whenever he drove from his retreat at Berchtesgaden back to Berlin.So, on 11 June 1934, Derek brought his mother and his aunt, both from Scotland, to the Carlton Teeraum.