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.
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.”
The SS recommended yoga as a way for its concentration camp guards to de-stress.
As part of their animal welfare measures, the Nazis banned vivisection of animals and commercial trapping, and severely restricted hunting, shoeing of horses, and boiling live lobsters.
During WW2 one German Admiral avoided killing at costs; warning enemies they were about to come under attack, and even wrecking his own battleship to avoid loss of life.
In WWII, Allied forces used the serial number information on German tanks to (correctly) extrapolate the Nazis rate of tank production.
Coca-Cola invented Fanta as a way of getting around the trade embargo against Nazi Germany during WW2.