Adolf Hitler was nicknamed “Teppichfresser”, or “Carpet-Eater”, behind his back by party leaders. He would have nervous breakdowns over Czechslovakia, and hurl himself onto the ground to start chewing on his carpet.
Hitler admired Disney cartoons. He was delighted when Joseph Goebbels gifted him eighteen Mickey Mouse films as a Christmas present in 1937.
British director Ken Russell was once challenged to create a film that even he would want to see banned. The result was “A Kitten for Hitler”.
The German government will lose copyright of Hitler’s infamous book “Mein Kampf” in 2016, which means they can no longer uphold their 70-year-old ban on it. Germany is already threatening to ban any educational re-release of the book out of fear it will “advance” the Nazi ideology again.
Most of the paintings by Adolf Hitler, which he painted in his youth and sold to a glazier ’s store during his Vienna years, were bought by Jewish customers.
In 1894 a priest saved a 4 year old boy from drowning. The child’s name was Adolf Hitler.
Dr. Gay Hitler, son of George Washington Hitler, was a local dentist in Circleville, Ohio, and served the community from 1922 through 1946. Many roads in the area still contain the word ‘Hitler’ through this family.
A German author wrote a novel in which Hitler wakes up in modern Berlin with no memories since 1945 and becomes a comedian.
Adolf Hitler was injected with a daily dose of methamphetamine by his doctors from 1942-1945.
After WWII an American officer wrote a letter to his son on Hitler’s personal stationery.