In 2013 The Wall Street Journal discovered a cache of files that revealed the U.S. government lobotomized over 2000 veterans against their will after WW2. The veterans were lobotomized for reasons such as PTSD, depression, schizophrenia, and occasionally homosexuality.
There was a woman who survived a gas chamber, three Nazi concentration camps, testing by the infamous Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele, a death march, and shared a barracks with the dying Dutch teenager Anne Frank.
An American Army Air Force officer deserted in Pakistan during WW II, hitched a ride to Italy, stole a P-38 plane, deserted with the plane to the Nazis and became an officer in the SS.
Hitler used amphetamines to “enhance” his troops, and there was even an incident where Russians stumbled upon German troops who wasted all their ammo during amphetamine-induced psychosis.
Hitler loved pranks. He once tricked a high ranking Nazi into thinking he was going on a suicide mission, causing him to escape, hand himself over to the allies and give up vital info.
During WWII Canada gave out buttons to people who tried to enlist but were refused due to medical reasons to show their willingness to fight.
Soldiers in WWII made simple radios using a razorblade and pencil as the diode, dubbing them Foxhole Radios.
Polish doctor Eugene Lazowski saved 8,000 Jews during the Holocaust by injecting dead typhus cells into them, allowing them to test positive for typhus despite being healthy. Germans were afraid of the highly contagious disease and refused to deport them to concentration camps.
During WW2 two polish doctors saved the lives of 8,000 Jews by faking a typhus epidemic that stopped the Nazis entering their town.
More Nazis were killed by the Russians in the Battle of Stalingrad alone than were killed during the entire WWII by America.