German dictator Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) failed to win the cooperation of all his family members for the dark vision of an Aryan Germany and a new world order. In fact, one half-nephew actually joined the United States Navy and fought against the Axis.
William Patrick Hitler was born in Liverpool, England, on March 12, 1911, and in 1933 moved to Germany, possibly to take advantage of his uncle’s powerful position. Indeed, Adolf Hitler did arrange for Patrick to take a job in a bank in 1933. Later, he worked in an automobile factory and as a car salesman.
Apparently, he was not satisfied with his lot in Nazi Germany and blackmailed his uncle with the threat of revealing to the world that the Führer’s paternal grandfather was actually Jewish. In 1938 he left Germany for London and in 1939 wrote an article for 'Look' magazine titled “Why I Hate My Uncle.”
He eventually was granted permission to enlist in the U.S. Navy in 1944, served three years as a pharmacist’s mate, received the Purple Heart for a wound, and was discharged in 1947.
After the war, he changed his surname to Stuart-Houston and established Brookhaven Laboratories on Long Island, New York, residing in the city of Patchogue. He married in 1947 and became the father of four sons. He died at the age of 76 on July 14, 1987, having largely achieved the post-war anonymity that he sought.
If you want to read more about this man, go here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Stuart-Houston
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Medical Assistants Recognition Day is observed on Wednesday of the third business week in October. One of the fastest-growing careers in the nation, medical assistants make medical offices run more smoothly and are instrumental in overall quality patient care.
Medical assistants are health professionals who support the work of physicians and other health professionals, usually in a clinic setting. Their responsibilities can include both administrative and clinical duties. Depending on the type and size of the facility, what state, certifications available and the laws affected by where they work,medical assistants can play a variety of roles.
Medical Assistant’s Recognition Day, take time to thank these healthcare professionals for their dedication.
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