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According to Maser, the son, Jean Marie Loret, is an unemployed Frenchman born in 1918 after an 18-month liaison between Hitler and a French peasant girl named Charlotte. At the time, Hitler was a corporal in a World War I Bavarian infantry regiment stationed in the small French village of Wavrin. Hitler did not learn of the birth until after he was taken to a military hospital in Germany suffering from the effects of having been gassed on the front lines; apparently, Hitler made no attempt then to establish contact with mother or son
After locating Loret, says Maser, a long search into the Frenchman's past convinced him that Loret was indeed Hitler's son. "The resemblance between Loret and Hitler is striking," says Maser.
In 2008, the Belgian journalist Jean-Paul Mulders found the definitive solution to this enigma. He traveled to Germany, Austria, France and the United States to collect DNA of the Lorets and of the last living relatives of Hitler in Austria and on Long Island. By comparing this, Mulders could prove that Jean-Marie Loret was not the son of Adolf Hitler.
Although the researchers claim to have carried out an extensive investigation, their information has not been independently verified.
They have also been somewhat sketchy on the details of their methods.