Alfred Nestor





Alfred Nestor


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in Strausberg, Germany
June 19, 1941

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ALFRED NESTOR was born in Strausberg, a city in Brandenburg, Germany. Now resident in Liverpool, England,
Alfred is married with a large and active family.

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Gruß Gott!

There was a time, when strangers passing each other, would smile and make some comment such as “Good Morning” or “Nice Day”, and then continue on their way, or even stop to talk if the stranger indicated they wished too.

There was a time, when a child in distress, would be helped and cuddled by strangers, until the child’s parents, or relatives arrived.

There was a time, when elderly pe... Read more of this blog post »
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Uncle Hitler: A Child's Tra...

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“He loved children and used to dandle me on his knee. This was how the title came about for this book, Uncle Hitler, although in the old German tradition, I called him Uncle Adolf, even though I was not related to him. This was a sign of respect to an older person, which is why I called Frau Eva ‘Aunty Eva’.
However, little did I know at that time what revulsion the name Adolf Hitler would eventually invoke in the decent conscience of the world.”
Alfred Nestor, Uncle Hitler: A Child's Traumatic Journey Through Nazi Hell to the Safety of Britain

“Many Germans nowadays say they were not Nazi, and many were not, but they were nearly ALL Party members. It was safer ... and if you were not, you could end up in a ‘camp’ for retraining ... so they mostly all paid ‘lip service’ to the Nazi Party.”
Alfred Nestor, Uncle Hitler: A Child's Traumatic Journey Through Nazi Hell to the Safety of Britain

“After the Christmas and New Year of 1944 my mother and I returned to Strausberg, but the area was full of people evacuated from Berlin due to mass bombings on the capital by the RAF. These had started, in a small way, on 25 August, 1940, and had continued through 1941 and 1942. However, by November, 1943, these air attacks were major, involving mass bomber streams of more than 800 aircraft. I used to stand outside the front of our house and look at the sky, watching the silver bombers turning over Strausberg and heading in the direction of Berlin. Many were shot down, some near us in the fields around Strausberg.”
Alfred Nestor, Uncle Hitler: A Child's Traumatic Journey Through Nazi Hell to the Safety of Britain



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