Surprising rumors about Adolf Hitler

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Surprising rumors about Adolf Hitler

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 Published: 11:08 PM, 6 October 2019  

Photo: Collected

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Adolf Hitler is probably considered as the most hated person in the history of the post World War II period in the world. With the passage of time, the German dictator has become the center of many cock and bull stories. Some of these may be true, but most are just the results of over imaginations.

In our writing today, this article focuses on the rumors that surrounded Hitler and his true and false scrutiny.

 

Hitler kept unique mustache as he loved Charlie Chaplin

When anyone looks at Adolf Hitler's face, someone's eyes will first catch on his unique mustache. It can be considered as his trademark. About 94 years ago in 1923, Hitler's press secretary advised him to cut the mustache. But Hitler did not listen to that suggestion. Because it was thought that Hitler was a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin. So he wanted to stick to it (mustache).

You have no way to completely blow this thing off as Charlie Chaplin was a world-renowned director and actor of the twentieth century. Hitler is as much infamous as Charlie Chaplin is famous for his peculiar mustache. 

 

Hitler released by a British army during the WW I

At the time of World War, I, it was 1918. Private Henry Tandey, a British soldier, was serving near a village in France called Marcoing. There Tandey discovered a wounded German young soldier. But surprisingly he released the wounded soldier that day. Later, that German soldier was known all over the world as 'Adolf Hitler'!

Hitler took part in the Bavarian Army in World War I. He participated in various important wars and was wounded at different times. However, the story of his emergence as the villain, who just escaped from the British soldier, in the World War II tale of many seems as a tale to the people.  In fact, no historian can say for sure where Hitler was that day. So there is little doubt as to the truth of this story surrounding him.

\Hitler established secret military bases on the moon  

This rumor is a wonderful sign of how far human imagination can be. The rumor, which began in earlier of 1942, claimed that Hitler and his Nazi forces were not only campaigning for space conquest, they also had a secret military base on the moon!

Although Germans were pioneers in rocket programs before World War II, the evidence of Hitler's forces such actions in those days had not been found yet. In addition, many scientists working in the Nazi army left and attended the United States after the war, joining them in research work. It took several years for those scientists engaged in the creation of rockets for the Nazi army to make fly aircraft for the United States. From this, it is understood that the establishment of military bases on the moon by Hitler's forces is nothing more than the ferocious imagination of the barren brain.

 

Hitler had a huge UFO fleet

This rumor is also excellent. It is said that Hitler built a large fleet of UFOs to look like a flying saucer in a secret base in Antarctica. Many conspiracy theorists had speculated that he even acquired the technology of making them from aliens.

The source of these strange fantasies was mainly the post-World War II period when the Allied forces discovered experimental jet aircrafts of the Nazi forces. For example, the Horton Ho 229 shown in this picture can be mentioned. Although these may seem like UFOs to many in the Sci-Fi movie, they were just like ordinary aircraft in terms of performance.

 

Hitler was squeamish about cleanliness

This rumor has been matched in recent times. A group of historians have claimed that Hitler was terrified of germs and was very cynical about cleanliness. He did not want to take off his clothes during medical check-ups because of fear of germs. He was even dressed until the time of physical intercourse! However, there is no strong historical evidence to back these bizarre claims.

Hitler had one testicle

The most popular rumors about German dictator Adolf Hitler was about his genitals. One of the most popular is that he lived with just one testicle! The believers of the rumor claimed that during the First World War Hitler lost a testicle after being wounded in the Battle of Somme. However, they could not show any evidence that was acceptable. Many again claimed that he was suffering from the problem of the Undescended Testes. But this claim is also controversial.

His genital was quite small

This time, the arrow has been thrown towards Hitler's masculinity. The second popular rumor on his genital had been centered on the size. Some historians had claimed that Hitler possessed micro-penis, meaning that his genital was much smaller than a normal male genital. However, the proponents of this theory could not present any strong evidence for such a claim.

 

Was Hitler a descendant of the Jewish?

One of the most common questions about Adolf Hitler is: Was Hitler or any of his ancestors Jewish? There are several reasons why such questions arise.

Though the idea may seem preposterous to some, the question seems to stem from the remote possibility that Hitler's grandfather was Jewish. Hitler's father, Alois, was registered as an illegitimate child with no father when born in 1837 and to this day Hitler's paternal grandfather is unknown. Alois’ mother, Maria Schicklgruber, is known to have worked in the home of a wealthy Jew, so there is some chance, however small, that a son in that household got Hitler's grandmother pregnant.

 

In 2010, the British Paper the Daily Telegraph reported that a study had been conducted in which saliva samples were collected from 39 of Hitler's known relatives to test their DNA origins and found, though inconclusively, that Hitler may have Jewish origins. The paper reported: A chromosome called Haplogroup E1b1b1 which showed up in [the Hitler] samples is rare in Western Europe and is most commonly found in the Berbers of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, as well as among Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews ... Haplogroup E1b1b1, which accounts for approximately 18 to 20 percent of Ashkenazi and 8.6 percent to 30 percent of Sephardic Y-chromosomes, appears to be one of the major founding lineages of the Jewish population.

The word 'sure' did not come from this study also, but it was 'probably'. So it is up to you which one you believe.

 

Hitler escaped to Argentina and alieved ninety-five years

After World War II, many high-ranking Nazi officials fled Europe to South American countries like Argentina. The dictator ended his life by suicide in April 1945. However, many conspiracy theorists think that Hitler did not actually commit suicide. He also fled to Argentina with other officials. He lived there until he was 95 years old. However, they have no strong evidence to support this claim. 

Hitler hid gold in many places

Another rumor is that Hitler and his Nazi forces had hidden huge amounts of gold in various parts of the world. One of those places was on the bottom of Lake Toplitz in the Austrian Alps, another on the island of New Zealand. Verifying any of those has not been feasible even today.

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