Geli Raubal
Geli Raubal
Historical Figure
Nationality: Germany (born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire)
Date of Birth: 1908
Date of Death: 1931
Cause of Death: Suicide by firearm
Religion: Catholicism
Occupation: Housekeeper
Parents: Leo Raubal,
Angela Hitler
Relatives: Adolf Hitler (half-uncle)
Alois Hitler, Jr. (uncle)
Fictional Appearances:
"Uncle Alf"
POD: c. 1913
Type of Appearance: Contemporary references
Occupation: Singer (amateur)
Angela Maria "Geli" Raubal (4 June 1908 – 18 September 1931) was the second child and eldest daughter of Leo Raubal Sr. and Adolf Hitler's half-sister, Angela Raubal. She was Hitler's half-niece and possibly his lover. She allegedly committed suicide in 1931.

Geli Raubal in "Uncle Alf" Edit

In 1929, Geli Raubal's uncle Feldwebel Adolf Hitler of the German Feldgendarmerie sent her several letters describing his pursuit of the communist agitator Jacques Doriot in the French city of Lille, often containing flowery and intense descriptions of his feelings for her. She wrote back only sparingly, which Hitler found to be a source of frustration.[1]

During this time, Geli performed at least once as a café singer in her hometown of Munich. Her uncle was a bit disturbed by this news, as he did not find it completely respectable, even if it seemed "fun" to her at the time. It reminded him too much of the undisciplined French degeneracy he witnessed each day.[2]


  1. See, "Uncle Alf", generally.
  2. Alternate Generals II, p. 82., Atlantis and Other Places, p. 343.