Hitler’s first and unrequited love is Stefanie Rabatsch – a Jewish girl who grew up in a family of high social status.
He was 16 when he first saw her and her mother stroll in Linz, Austria.
Since then, he fell so madly in love with her to the point where he wrote love poems and wanted to commit suicide.
Hitler never talked to her, and Rabatsch eventually married an army officer. She remained oblivious of Hitler’s feelings for her until she was interviewed about it after the war ended.