SS Leader Heinrich Himmler frequently carried out occult rituals in an ancient German castle, and may have believed he was the reincarnation of Germany’s first king.
A German soldier during WW2 called Werner Goldberg was branded “The Ideal German Soldier” because of his physical appearance. Ironically he was half Jewish.
When coming to power in January 1933, the Nazi Party passed a comprehensive set of animal protection laws, with Hitler saying “In the new Reich, no more animal cruelty will be allowed“.
Nazis used tickle torture. A man named Heinz Heger was being kept in the Flossenberg concentration camp during the Holocaust. He recounted observing this strange form of torture in his book The Men with the Pink Triangle. He recalls witnesses a man being tickled with goose feathers. The man was naked and was tickled in many places of his body, including the feet, armpits and legs. The man initially stayed silent, but eventually began laughing, which eventually turned into crying.
There is a failed Nazi village in the middle of Paraguay with only two old Germans left.
NAZI Germany had a anti-tobacco movement, their research was silenced after the war.
A history teacher in the 1960s ran an experiment to recreate Nazi Germany using his students, called the “Third Wave.” The students had hung banners around the school, saluted each other in the hallways, and his skipped other classes to join the movement.
The Nazis planned to build a 1,500 ton super tank with a crew of over 100 men.
Hitler planned to build a railway for trains 6m wide, 7m high and 500m long, with top speeds of 200kph; the trains would be fitted with a restaurant, cinema, swimming pool, barbershop and sauna, and seat up to 4,000 passengers.
Nazis forged British pounds with a total value of 134,610,810. Their plan was to destabilize the British economy. The notes are considered among the most perfect counterfeits ever produced, being almost impossible to distinguish from the real currency.
In the 60’s Nazi themed pornographic comics were hugely popular in Israel. Often read by the children of Holocaust survivors, the books told perverse tales of captured American or British pilots being abused by sadistic female SS officers outfitted with whips and boots.
A Hungarian chemist dissolved the Nobel Prizes of 2 German physicists to keep them from falling into Nazi hands. When the war was over, the prizes were recast and reissued to the physicists.
There is a gigantic swastika made of larch trees that went unnoticed for nearly sixty years.
There was a real team of Jewish assassins who called themselves “the Avengers” who organized after WWII to track down and execute Nazi war criminals.
Nazi leaders were given an IQ test during their War Crimes trial and were all deemed “intelligent enough to have known better.”