Yes, it sounds crazy today, as we know what he did to the Jewish people, yet as he was a small boy at school he had a crush on a Jewish girl. She was called Stephanie Isak
and she had no clue about his feelings. At that time Hitler was quite shy but did had fantasies about her. May be that was the base for what we know later to develop into hate towards the entire Jewish nation.
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Hitler had serious gastrointestinal tract issues
during his entire life. He suffered from gas and stomach pains, discomfort after meals and chronic diarrhea. Hitler was terrified that somebody might find out about these problems. In fact, he did try 29 different drugs, yet they couldn’t help him.
It is quite obvious that Hitler had an inferiority complex and some people think that this is what provoked his. While fighting for the German Empire during World War I, he was injured. That let to doctors removing one of his testicles in order to save his life. The injury happened in 1916 during the Battle of the Somme.
As a was 4 years old kid, Hitler fell into a lake. That happened in the middle of the winter and he was saved by a priest. That fact and situation influenced Hitler so much that he decided to become a priest one day. As he grew up however he wanted to play God himself, rather than serving God
Hitler used to grab women by their private parts and… didn’t stop there. Rumors say that he even had a relationship with his niece, Geli Raubal
. Then, she committed suicide at the age of 23. People believe that this happened because of the disturbing sex acts she had with Hitler.
Hitler never tried to drive
and had no ambition to learn how. He was afraid of failing in front of other people. Even so, he led his army with a personal driver.
Hitler, the Great Dictator, loved animals very much and was against testing on them. He was a vegetarian and even wanted to introduce vegetarianism as an official ideology after the war. He stated that in a conversation with Goebbels.
Hitler used to be a heavy smoker in his youth, but became anti-smoking as he seized power. For him the cigarettes were a waste of money and he even started an anti-smoking campaign
banning that on public transport.
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