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Did Adolf Hitler Visit Liverpool?

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Apparently, it is alleged that Hitler may have fathered a child whilst on his visit to Liverpool......

 

And became a grandfather 12 years later. :wink:

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Whether Hitler visited Liverpool or not is debatable but one thing that's certain is that he did pay a call on Old Toilet in 1941 when he blew it to smithereens, proving that despite how evil a man may be he can't be truly all bad :D:wink:

 

P.S. There is a much higher incidence per capita of teenage pregnancy in Manchester than Liverpool so another myth busted. :mrgreen:

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Well it's hardly worth posting this link to a table showing teenage pregnancy rates and how much higher than every other city in the North West Manchester is. As Blackpool has such a high rate too must mean Mancs still holiday there. :wink:

 

Incidentally Merseyside comes out very similar to Warrington, well beneath the Mancs :wink:

 

Here's a link to the table http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/feb/22/teenage-pregnancy-rates-england-wales-map

 

it's worthless of course as Wolfie points out(when he logs on as Robbo), there are "insert who you'd like to insult here" cartoons on the internet which prove his case. :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:

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PJ Callands - You really do need to lighten up a bit. I can't believe anyone would spend their time trying to prove a cartoon wrong. :roll: :roll:

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PJ Callands - You really do need to lighten up a bit. I can't believe anyone would spend their time trying to prove a cartoon wrong. :roll: :roll:

 

 

Or right ? :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

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I cannot recall the full details but I do remember an aquaintance once telling how Hitler did indeed stay in Liverpool and spent most of his time there lay 'dreaming' on the couch.

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