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File:Klara Hitler.jpg


English: Portrait photograph of Klara Hitler née Pölzl (12 August 1860 - 21 December 1907), an Austrian woman, wife of Alois Hitler and mother of Adolf Hitler. It seems like the photo was taken in her childhood meaning circa 1870 - highly likely it is therefore in the public domain.
Italiano: Foto raffigurante Klara Hitler, nata Pölzl, (12 agosto 1860 - 21 dicembre 1907), donna austriaca, moglie di Alois Hitler e madre di Adolf Hitler.
Date 1870s
Author Unknown
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