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These Pictures of Adolf Hitler with Helga Goebbels, His Favourite Little Girl, Show Another Side of the Fuhrer

Helga was the oldest of Goebbels’ six children and she was always said to be Hitler’s favourite little girl. Kathe Hubner, who worked for the Goebbels family for the last two years of the Second World War, refuses to comment on this, saying only that it is a question which journalists have always pestered her with – she always refused to answer their questions – and that Hitler was friendly to all children.
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