High Hitler! Medical records show Fuhrer Adolf was a cocaine addict and was injected with bull’s semen to help his sex life

High Hitler! Medical records show Fuhrer Adolf was a cocaine addict and was injected with bull’s semen to help his sex life

Dictator also suffered from flatulence – and was known to break wind during meals with his generals

5th January 1919, the German Farmers Union was formed. It soon changed both its name and its leader; it became the Nazi Party and its leader was Adolf Hitler
Coke addict: Hitler used powdered cocaine to soothe sinuses

 

Adolf Hitler was a cocaine addict who suffered from flatulence and was injected with bull’s semen to rev up his sex life, according to personal medical records.

Documents going under the hammer show he was doped up on 28 medications as his Nazi empire crumbled.

Evidence from his doctors shows he used powdered cocaine extensively to soothe his sinuses and throat.

He was also known to break wind during meals with his generals in the cramped confines of the Fuhrer-bunker and took huge amounts of anti-flatulence drugs.

The report also notes he had a less than sizzling sex life with girlfriend Eva Braun and would be injected with extracts from bull’s testicles to boost his libido.

The files are expected to fetch £1,250 at auction in Connecticut, US.

PAA recently discovered postcard which suggests Adolf Hitler was was surprisingly keen to return to the front line after getting injured in the First World War
Spelling errors: Hitler couldn’t spell the German for immediately ‘Sofort’

A rare postcard from Hitler recently surfaced at a family history roadshow almost a century after being sent by the future dictator to his comrade Karl Lanzhammer.

It revealed that the then 27-year-old soldier as surprisingly keen to return to the front line after being injured in the First World War – and he had trouble with his spelling .

PAA recently discovered postcard which suggests Adolf Hitler was was surprisingly keen to return to the front line after getting injured in the First World War
Rare find: Hitler’s postcard resurfaces after 100 years

 

The missive came to light when its owner, who wants to remain anonymous, took it to a Munich roadshow run by Europeana digital innovation project set up by Oxford University and the British Library – after inheriting it from his stamp-collecting father.

* Two small paintings by Hitler were sold for £1,600 at auction in Penzance.

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