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He was arrested, in 1910, while working as a waiter in a soup kitchen for the unemployed. He was released six weeks later, after the police proved they could not locate him during that time. In April 1914, Hitler was arrested again, after a single complaint had been made against him for permitting two young men to run roughshod over a waiting woman. The charge was dropped when the waiting woman failed to produce witnesses.
In 1916, the police had a more promising lead. It was a head and shoulders shot taken at a Munich beer hall by a police photographer who believed the subject to be an agent of Germany’s enemies, i.e. The Great Powers. The likeness, combined with evidence the subject had been arrested previously, allowed the police to arrest the intended victim on a charge of perjury. Hitler had been so scrupulous in o
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His wife, Blanche, was a brilliant woman, with many fine talents, and she was much a part of his life, but Norm also had a close and cherished friendship with one woman. That relationship was with a high school classmate of his, Miss Freda Bain. Two years later they were married, and they remained married until his death. Though it was an unhappy marriage, it lasted for nearly fifty years.
Box 91, the two-year file, contains letters from Mr. Krueger’s parents, and another file, box 56, contains private letters from Norm and Freda. This file contains approximately one hundred typed pages, with about 50 letters in it. Generally, the letters are touching. There is only one letter of any great length, and that was from a Mrs. Beattie, who wrote to the Kruegers with a series of concerned statements about Norm’s behavior. She worried about his temper, and wondered if he should not be relieved of command of the USS. His parents wrote to him regularly, encouraging him to be