Hitler (far right, seated) with his army comrades of the Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment 16 (c. 1914–18) – Found at Wikipedia
“Confess, Adolphus. We know you’re an anti-Semite. We know what horrors you are going to commit.”
“Please, Fräulein. I’m blind. I’m supposed to be in hospital. Who are you? Where have you brought me? I’ve done nothing. I’m just a wounded soldier.”
“Rivkah. Leave him in his cell. I need to speak with you.”
She stood suddenly and spun away from the shoddy bed with the terrified soldier upon it.
“In a minute, Barak. I’m busy.”
“Now, Rivkah. We’ve made a terrible mistake and you’re about to make another.”
“Fräulein, who is that with you? What language are you speaking?”
“Fine.” She scowled at her older brother and stormed toward the open door to the dilapidated prison. Barak slammed the door and then secured the rusty lock.
“Wait,” the young Austrian called through the door. “Don’t leave me.”
Early photo of the Eden Hotel, Argentina, circa 1912.
It was dark but they still had to be careful. Ever since the anti-Fascists took over the country, Germans were being rounded up, incarcerated, and brutally interrogated for information related to the Nazis.
The woman looked to be thirty to thirty-five years old and about six months pregnant which was obvious even through the overcoat she was wearing. She and a man stood by the car watching the Hotel Eden in the distance. Once it had been a sanctuary for high-ranking party members and their friends. Albert Einstein had once stayed there as did many other notables, dignitaries, and celebrities.
But those days were over.
“It’s so sad, Juan. The end of a glorious era.”
“Indeed, Senora. But those days are not gone forever. Your husband’s legacy will live on in a future generation.”