Hennes samtid syntes hun kunne gjort mer under krigen, men det er Leif Henies bok fra 1984 som virkelig skandaliserte henne og lagde riper i lakken..... Utrolig nok et boken ganske så kildeløs og utallige historier er fra filmblader og har til og med en fiktiv venninne av Sonja med - Belle Christy..... men her ser vi at etter Pearl Harbour, lot de amerikanske myndighetene sine innvandrere fremme sin sak.... Regissør Alexander Korda produserte That Hamilton Woman 1941 med Vivien Leigh og Laurence Olivier - en propagandajobb applaudert av Winston Churchill... Men Washington var redde for å irritere og kalte ham inn til forhør... så kom Japanerne og som vi sier - the rest is history
Sonja`s competitor, Vivi-Ann Hulten and some Garbage writers has suggested Sonja was Hitler`s girlfriend and or in his inner circle...
As Hitler is one of the most documentad individuals in history it is easy to make Research.... It is no suggestion in his biographies that he was nothing but only a fan of Sonja Henie or had a more intimate relation With her than shall we say - Our own Crown Prince Olav.....
It`s important to shed some light into this as many pulp articles has done much damage to her name in the last couple of decades....
|Name||Life||Age at death||Cause of death||Contact with Hitler||Relationship||Reference(s)|
|Stefanie Rabatsch||Unknown||Unknown||c. 1905||Teenage love interest|||
|Charlotte Lobjoie||1898–1951||53||Allegedly met c. 1917||Alleged lovers; her son Jean-Marie Loret claimed that Hitler was his father.||The dominant view, expressed by historians such as Anton Joachimsthaler, Belgian journalist Jean-Paul Mulders, and Sir Ian Kershaw, is that Hitler's paternity of Loret is unlikely or impossible.|
|Erna Hanfstaengl||1885–1981||96||Natural causes||Met in 1920s||Rumoured lovers|||
|Maria Reiter||December 23, 1911 – 1992||81||Natural causes; suicide attempt in 1928 by hanging||Met in 1925||Possibly lovers|||
|Geli Raubal||June 4, 1908 – September 18, 1931||23||Suicide||Lived in Hitler's home from 1925 until her death||Half-niece, speculated lovers|||
|Eva Braun||February 6, 1912 – April 30, 1945||33||Double suicide with Hitler||Met in autumn 1929||Longterm companion; briefly his wife|||
|Unity Mitford||August 8, 1914 – May 28, 1948||33||Distraught over Britain's declaration of war on Germany, she attempted suicide; almost nine years later she died from complications related to her suicide attempt.|