Secrets of famous families

Secrets of famous families

There are many secrets and riddles in our world, but some of them are hidden very carefully. Most often, those that are associated with rich and powerful families. Of course, everyone can stumble, but how to delete his mistake from world history? ...

Bushes

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Even before becoming known presidents of all America and starting to choke on bagels, the Bush family supported the Nazis during World War II. George Bush's youngest grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush, headed the United States Banking Corporation. True, its assets in 1942 were arrested for "trading with the enemy."

But in fact, until that time, the UBC represented in the States the interests of Fritz Thyssen, a steel and coal baron, who sponsored the election campaign of Adolf Hitler in the 30s. And, although the grandfather-Bush himself never expressed his sympathy for the Nazis, he was, of course, well aware of the affairs of the JCC with fascist Germany and its individuals.

There is even a theory that Prescott Bush and several other very influential characters wanted to surrender the US to Adolf.

Rockefellers

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If anyone has skeletons in the closet not just do not fit, but really falls out from there - this is, of course, the Rockefeller family. To begin with, the founder of the clan, William Rockefeller, in his younger years, worked part-time by selling ... uh ... what is now called dietary supplements, but proudly called them "drugs for cancer, dropsy and other diseases."

He didn’t just sell, but did what any commercial traveler-swindler went from door to door through the American outback and was sending fakes to housewives. Having saved a couple of hundred, he married the young lady Elise and fathered John D. Rockefeller, the world-famous billionaire and financier, and then William Jr., who, together with his brother, organized Standard Oil. The truth then ran away from the family and once again married a girl 25 years younger than him. True, Eliza was not divorced. That is, he was, in fact - a bigostom.

Well, and what, you will say, who knows how little, who once was - children are not responsible for their fathers. OK. Then you, of course, know that the aforementioned brothers and their descendants earned their wealth exclusively from wars. John D. sold grain and meat to the United Army during the Civil War at overstated speculative prices.Earned money invested in the refinery Samuel Andrews, which marked the beginning of the above-mentioned Standard Oil.

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But already greatly expanding its influence by the 30s of the 20th century, the Rockefeller company successfully invested in the German chemical concert I.G. Farben, which produced ... well, yes ... the famous Cyclone B, a cyanide pesticide that was incredibly popular in Nazi concentration camps.

Windsors

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As you know, the affairs of the Royal Family of Great Britain is better not to go. And then suddenly you get into an accident, you get sick with incurable diseases, or you simply commit suicide. Swam, we know.

But there is something that, no matter how much they want to hide it, it still crawls out somehow. Here, for example, it does not seem to anyone anymore that King Edward VIII, who left the throne in 1938 to marry the twice-divorced American socialist Wallace Simpson, was a friend of Hitler. And so passionately kissed him that at the time of the end of the Second World War, he preferred to flee to the Bahamas, away from sin and the Nuremberg Tribunal.

But what are we all about the Nazis and the Nazis. It is not in them that the meaning of all secrets and secrets is the same (as well as not in the clearly ordered murder of Princess Diana).The Queen Mother had secrets and more terrible - Nerissa and Katerina Bow-Lyons, her native nieces (and, respectively, the cousins ​​of the reigning Elizabeth II), who in 1941 were placed in an insane asylum for unnamed medical reasons. One young lady was 22, the second - 15.

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The girls were considered a “embarrassment” for the royal family due to their poor ability to learn and some other facts that were not mentioned, and were banal hidden. They were forgotten, officially recorded dead in the Book of Royal Families and Titled Families of Great Britain.

The mystery was discovered only after the death of Nerissa in 1986. According to rumors, Katerina is still alive. The BBC even filmed a documentary about them. But do not look, it no longer exists on the network.

Schwarzennegger

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Well, a little more about the Nazis. According to documents published in 2003, the Pope of the world-famous Terminator, Gustav, was the chief of the Austrian police and voluntarily joined the Nazi Party in March 1938, even before Austria was "annexed" to Germany, and this became a mandatory item. And in 1940, he became a member of the Sturmabteilung - a Nazi attack aircraft.

Despite all the above, Arnie was lucky - no documents that Gustav was accused of war crimes and was tried were not revealed. Otherwise, his career would cry.And not only political ...

Churchilli

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Winston Churchill had brother Jack, never, by the way, not mentioned in his autobiography. Well, that is, except for the phrase "another boy." Why was Churchill so eager to erase any mention of his younger brother from his memory and all people?

Historians claim that the reason for this is one - Jack was an illegitimate child. According to the biographers of the great prime minister, Jack is the result of the novel by Lady Randolph Churchill and Evlin Boscowan, 7th Viscount of Falmouth.

But even this is not all - if Winston could be born out of nowhere, he would be much happier, because then you wouldn’t have to mention mother at all, after the viscount she became the mistress and keeper of the Prince of Wales.

Rothschilds

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And so we got to another very rich family. The Rothschilds ... they are said to be closely connected with the secret organization of the Illuminati (almost the same as the Freemasons, but more powerful). Logically, all the secrets of the family should be protected, and its members - to behave flawlessly. At least in public. But bad luck - the first daughter of Charles Rothschild, Baroness Pannonik "Nika" de Königsvartin did not fit into the prosperous family of billionaires at all.

She loved jazz very much. Highly. And she also loved jazzmen. Highly. You just have to remember what years then were, and that African Americans played jazz. Meanwhile, Nick managed to spin the novels with all the significant names of jazz music. For example, with Charlie Parker (who was suddenly later found dead in her hotel room.

About relatives Nicky, who could have been involved in the death of the great saxophonist, if they thought, they did not say it out loud). Her second lover was the pianist Thelonious Monk. They were then detained for smoking marijuana, but Nick took all the blame, and Monk did not go to prison. As, however, and Nick herself.

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