Max Tremmel, a priest who went on to become one of Europe’s leading organists, revealed how his predecessor father Kuehberger told how  he had rescued a small boy from the icy waters of the River Inn in Passau in January 1894. 

Hitler never verified the report but the newly-uncovered newspaper report from Danube newspaper Donauzeitung reveals how a ‘young fellow’ fell through the ice of the river in January of that year. 

Had it not been for the good Samaritan actions of Kuehberger, the monster this ‘young fellow’ grew up to become could have been avoided.