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source: http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/books-magazines/new-book-suggests-adolf-hitler-abused-opiates-and-fed-his-army-crystal-meth/news-story/1027b2bb5ef1cd10b253312ec6f30ad1

New book suggests Adolf Hitler abused opiates and fed his army crystal meth


German dictator Adolf Hitler abused opiates, according to a new book.

NAZI dictator Adolf Hitler was high on drugs and encouraged his soldiers to do crystal meth during his reign, an explosive new book claims.

With records from Hitler’s physician Dr Theodo Morell, author Norman Ohler believes he has discovered the dictator relied on a cocktail of drugs including cocaine, heroin, morphine and crystal meth
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It is believed he was a junkie right up until he retreated to his bunker for the last time in 1945 and killed himself.

“I could detect three stages of Hitler’s intoxication from (1936 to 1941),” Ohler told BBC Radio 4.

“He took vitamins and glucose intravenously in high dosages, I don’t know if that’s considered drug consumption already, and when the war against Russia turned bad in October 1941, he turned to steroids and hormone products, liver extract of pigs and stuff like that.

“Pretty unsavoury things got into his veins.”

Ohler said Hitler started abusing opiates in 1943-44.

“His favourite drug was Eukodal (generic name: OXYCODONE), a cousin of heroin that has a much higher potential of making you euphoric,” he said.

Ohler’s book, Blitzed, claims Hitler’s soldiers also went on drug-fuelled rampages while fighting the Second World War.

The soldiers’ drug of choice was Pervitin, known today as crystal meth, and Ohler said it was the one thing that helped them overcome exhaustion.

“The abuse of crystal meth by the German army shows enemy number one was not the British, French or Russians, it was fatigue,” Ohler told BBC Radio 4.

“The German army was trying to win the battle against sleep, it’s why they used methamphetamines.

“At the beginning it worked wonders in the attack on Poland and the Western Campaign against France and Great Britain, you can see exactly how methamphetamine was used.”

Ohler said just before the attack on the west on May 10, 1940, 35 million dosages of Pervitin were given out to soldiers.

Pervitin was as easy to get as any usual medicine until 1939, and Ohler told German broadcaster Deutsche Welle it became the drug of choice in Berlin.

“Like people drink coffee to boost their energy, people took loads of Pervitin across the board,” Ohler said.

The company that patented Pervitin in 1937 wanted it to rival Coca Cola.

Ohler told Deutsche Welle the drug would keep the army up for days and it was used for the first time when Germany invaded Sudetenland and Poland and again when Germany attacked France in 1940.

Ohler told Deutsche Welle Hitler didn’t really take Pervitin himself, and mostly used Eukodal.

“In the fall of 1944, when the military situation was quite bad, he used this strong drug that made him euphoric even when reality wasn’t looking euphoric at all,” Ohler said.

“The generals kept telling him ‘we need to change our tactics. We need to end this. We are going to lose the war’ and he didn’t want to hear it.

“He had Dr Morell give him the drugs that made him feel invulnerable and on top of the situation.”

While it was widely known soldiers took Pervitin, and it was very much accepted, nobody really knew that Hitler was abusing opiates in private.

Ohler said however a lot of people suspected he was keeping some kind of secret.

“There were some attempts to make Morell uncover what he gave Hitler, but he refused. It was a secret between those two men,” he said.

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Theres an awesome documentary on Morell, check it out if you havent seen it Chip!

Fun fact: by the time berlin was under seige Hitlers veins were completely shot and he was in severe withdrawal
from opiates and amphetamines. Many believe this chiefly led to his suicide, along with the imposing terror
of the russian advance
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Theres an awesome documentary on Morell, check it out if you havent seen it Chip!


I found it but don't have enough data to watch it right now so it is deferred ... thanks a lot, i will watch it.

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While I'm not saying Hitler wasn't a drug addict or that members of the Wehrmacht didn't take meth, it's always easy to vilify your opponent after the fact. I don't believe the vast majority of the Luftwaffe took stims since they were quite effective and stims bunch your reflexes. It's a bad combination for flying. And as for the Wehrmacht, there were 13 million total that served at one time. At its peak there were over 6.5 million in the German army. To feed methamphetamines to all of them would have required massive factories just for meth. Something we would have seen in 1944-45 going into Germany. We did an extensive search on German activities during the war prior to the Nuremberg trials. It's how we know so much about the failed German nuclear weapons program and who to bring back in operation paperclip. If this much meth was being maid we would have been hearing about it a lot more for 70 years as just another way to vilify the Nazi's. 'The Nazis had to use drugs to fight, we only needed American bravery'. Something to that effect.

So while I don't disregard that some German officers/soldiers were using drugs and Hitler was a complete addict (that I do believe) it’s important to keep some things in mathematical perspective here.
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I like the play as devils advocate, I often play the same role.

I think the truth is somewhere between anti-nazi drug propaganda and your argument.

If you're curious, check out how widespread pervatin was. I dont know the figures enough to even guess rough percentages, but what Ive learned was that it was widely used by the germal civilans in the war effort as well as standard issue/rationed among the german army.

Americans used amphetamines of our own.
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@Jega  Not sure about then (75 yrs ago) however, data today's suggests that fighter pilots have their own stile practically named after them. In fact, MMAs newly acquired drug testing goon squad the USADA  had a field day the past year of their existence banning their fighters from the UFC for taking said stims.

I however would never wanna  be that agitated, in either profession, trying my best to survive on something like that. But thats just me...
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I however would never wanna  be that agitated, in either profession, trying my best to survive on something like that. But thats just me...

In a dogfight or hand-to-hand, meh: I'll take two. 1 and a half for now and a booster for later.

Hurt tho I wouldn't wanna be spun, especially if there was a long-wait until help if needed.

There's definitely a line, cos big hits can move into psychosis pretty quick; but the benefit of a nice hit of speed is not something I'd wanna be without if the enemy had it.

You see the shit they're tweaking on down in the M.E.? Blech!!
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Ever wonder where the term "Nazi super soldier" stems from?  How the Werhmacht's were able to do so well when they had less men and equipment than the combined Allies did?  Pervitin-a potent methamphetamine created by German scientists - It explains the incredible lack of empathy one had to have to commit the atrocities the Nazi's did-it not only was Germany's answer to fatigue and stamina, I think it's what helped them be the incredible savages they were.

American scientists did not know of this substance.  They're answer to the problem of hunger, fatigue, stamina, was benzadrine or "bennys" as American and Allied soldiers called it, also an amphetamine; but alledgedley not quite the demon "Pervitin" or methamphetamine was.

Here is an informative and quite interesting story/article about "pervitin", and other narcotics used during World War 2.

Hitler's Drugged Soldiers
 By Andreas Ulrich
 

 The Nazis preached abstinence in the name of promoting national health. But when it came to fighting their Blitzkrieg, they had no qualms about pumping their soldiers full of drugs and alcohol. Speed was the drug of choice, but many others became addicted to morphine and alcohol.

In a letter dated November 9, 1939, to his "dear parents and siblings" back home in Cologne, a young soldier stationed in occupied Poland wrote: "It's tough out here, and I hope you'll understand if I'm only able to write to you once every two to four days soon. Today I'm writing you mainly to ask for some Pervitin ...; Love, Hein."
Pervitin, a stimulant commonly known as speed today, was the German army's -- the Wehrmacht's -- wonder drug.

On May 20, 1940, the 22-year-old soldier wrote to his family again: "Perhaps you could get me some more Pervitin so that I can have a backup supply?" And, in a letter sent from Bromberg on July 19, 1940, he wrote: "If at all possible, please send me some more Pervitin." The man who wrote these letters became a famous writer later in life. He was Heinrich Boell, and in 1972 he was the first German to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in the post-war period.

Many of the Wehrmacht's soldiers were high on Pervitin when they went into battle, especially against Poland and France -- in a Blitzkrieg fueled by speed. The German military was supplied with millions of methamphetamine tablets during the first half of 1940. The drugs were part of a plan to help pilots, sailors and infantry troops become capable of superhuman performance. The military leadership liberally dispensed such stimulants, but also alcohol and opiates, as long as it believed drugging and intoxicating troops could help it achieve victory over the Allies. But the Nazis were less than diligent in monitoring side-effects like drug addiction and a decline in moral standards.

After it was first introduced into the market in 1938, Pervitin, a methamphetamine drug newly developed by the Berlin-based Temmler pharmaceutical company, quickly became a top seller among the German civilian population. According to a report in the Klinische Wochenschrift ("Clinical Weekly"), the supposed wonder drug was brought to the attention of Otto Ranke, a military doctor and director of the Institute for General and Defense Physiology at Berlin's Academy of Military Medicine. The effects of amphetamines are similar to those of the adrenaline produced by the body, triggering a heightened state of alert. In most people, the substance increases self-confidence, concentration and the willingness to take risks, while at the same time reducing sensitivity to pain, hunger and thirst, as well as reducing the need for sleep. In September 1939, Ranke tested the drug on 90 university students, and concluded that Pervitin could help the Wehrmacht win the war. At first Pervitin was tested on military drivers who participated in the invasion of Poland. Then, according to criminologist Wolf Kemper, it was "unscrupulously distributed to troops fighting at the front."

Thirty-five million tablets
During the short period between April and July of 1940, more than 35 million tablets of Pervitin and Isophan (a slightly modified version produced by the Knoll pharmaceutical company) were shipped to the German army and air force. Some of the tablets, each containing three milligrams of active substance, were sent to the Wehrmacht's medical divisions under the code name OBM, and then distributed directly to the troops. A rush order could even be placed by telephone if a shipment was urgently needed. The packages were labeled "Stimulant," and the instructions recommended a dose of one to two tablets "only as needed, to maintain sleeplessness."
Even then, doctors were concerned about the fact that the regeneration phase after taking the drug was becoming increasingly long, and that the effect was gradually decreasing among frequent users. In isolated cases, users experienced health problems like excessive perspiration and circulatory disorders, and there were even a few deaths. Leonardo Conti, the German Reich's minister of health and an adherent of Adolf Hitler's belief in asceticism, attempted to restrict the use of the pill, but was only moderately successful, at least when it came to the Wehrmacht. Although Pervitin was classified as a restricted substance on July 1, 1941, under the Opium Law, ten million tablets were shipped to troops that same year.

Pervitin was generally viewed as a proven drug to be used when soldiers were likely to be subjected to extreme stress. A memorandum for navy medical officers stated the following: "Every medical officer must be aware that Pervitin is a highly differentiated and powerful stimulant, a tool that enables him, at any time, to actively and effectively help certain individuals within his range of influence achieve above-average performance."

"Their spirits suddenly improved"
The effects were seductive. In January 1942, a group of 500 German soldiers stationed on the eastern front and surrounded by the Red Army were attempting to escape. The temperature was minus 30 degrees Celsius. A military doctor assigned to the unit wrote in his report that at around midnight, six hours into their escape through snow that was waist-deep in places, "more and more soldiers were so exhausted that they were beginning to simply lie down in the snow." The group's commanding officers decided to give Pervitin to their troops. "After half an hour," the doctor wrote, "the men began spontaneously reporting that they felt better. They began marching in orderly fashion again, their spirits improved, and they became more alert."
It took almost six months for the report to reach the military's senior medical command. But its response was merely to issue new guidelines and instructions for using Pervitin, including information about risks that barely differed from earlier instructions. The "Guidelines for Detecting and Combating Fatigue," issued June 18, 1942, were the same as they had always been: "Two tablets taken once eliminate the need to sleep for three to eight hours, and two doses of two tablets each are normally effective for 24 hours."

Toward the end of the war, the Nazis were even working on a miracle pill for their troops. In the northern German seaport of Kiel, on March 16, 1944, then Vice-Admiral Hellmuth Heye, who later became a member of parliament with the conservative Christian Democratic party and head of the German parliament's defense committee, requested a drug "that can keep soldiers ready for battle when they are asked to continue fighting beyond a period considered normal, while at the same time boosting their self-esteem."

A short time later, Kiel pharmacologist Gerhard Orzechowski presented Heye with a pill code-named D-IX. It contained five milligrams of cocaine, three milligrams of Pervitin and five milligrams of Eukodal (a morphine-based painkiller). Nowadays, a drug dealer caught with this potent a drug would be sent to prison. At the time, however, the drug was tested on crew members working on the navy's smallest submarines, known as the "Seal" and the "Beaver."

Alcohol consumption was encouraged
Alcohol, the people's drug, was also popular in the Wehrmacht. Referring to alcohol, Walter Kittel, a general in the medical corps, wrote that "only a fanatic would refuse to give a soldier something that can help him relax and enjoy life after he has faced the horrors of battle, or would reprimand him for enjoying a friendly drink or two with his comrades." Officers would distribute alcohol to their troops as a reward, and schnapps was routinely sold in military commissaries, a policy that also had the happy side effect of returning soldiers' pay to the military.
"The military command turned a blind eye to alcohol consumption, as long as it didn't lead to public drunkenness among the troops," says Freiburg historian Peter Steinkamp, an expert on drug abuse in the Wehrmacht.

But in July 1940, after France was defeated, Hitler issued the following order: "I expect that members of the Wehrmacht who allow themselves to be tempted to engage in criminal acts as a result of alcohol abuse will be severely punished." Serious offenders could even expect "a humiliating death."

But the temptations of liquor were apparently more powerful that the Fuehrer's threats. Only a year later, the commander-in-chief of the German military, General Walther von Brauchitsch, concluded that his troops were committing "the most serious infractions" of morality and discipline, and that the culprit was "alcohol abuse." Among the adverse effects of alcohol abuse he cited were fights, accidents, mistreatment of subordinates, violence against superior officers and "crimes involving unnatural sexual acts." The general believed that alcohol was jeopardizing "discipline within the military."

According to an internal statistic compiled by the chief of the medical corps, 705 military deaths between September 1939 and April 1944 could be linked directly to alcohol. The unofficial figure was probably  much higher, because traffic accidents, accidents involving weapons and suicides were frequently caused by alcohol use. Medical officers were instructed to admit alcoholics and drug addicts to treatment facilities. According to an order issued by the medical service, this solution had "the advantage that it could be extended indefinitely." Once incarcerated in these facilities, addicts were evaluated under the provisions of the "Law for Prevention of Offspring with Hereditary Diseases," and could even be subjected to forced sterilization and euthanasia.



Executing a bootlegger
The number of cases in which soldiers became blind or even died after consuming methyl alcohol began to increase. From 1939 on, the University of Berlin's Institute of Forensic Medicine consistently listed methyl alcohol as the leading factor in deaths resulting from the inadvertent ingestion of poisons.
The execution of a 36-year-old officer in Norway in the fall of 1942 was intended to set an example. The officer, who was a driver, had sold five liters of methyl alcohol, which he claimed was 98 percent alcohol and could be used to produce liquor, to an infantry regiment's anti-tank defense unit. Several soldiers fell ill, and two died. The man, deemed an "enemy of the people," was executed by a firing squad. According to the daily order issued on October 2, 1942, "the punishment shall be announced to the troops and auxiliary units, and it shall be used as a tool for repeated and insistent admonishment."

But soldiers apparently felt that anything that could help them escape the horrors of war was justifiable. Despite general knowledge of the risks involved, morphine addiction became widespread among the wounded and medical personnel during the course of the war. Four times as many military doctors were addicted to morphine by 1945 than at the beginning of the war.

Franz Wertheim, a medical officer who was sent to a small village near the Western Wall on May 10, 1940, wrote the following account: "To help pass the time, we doctors experimented on ourselves. We would begin the day by drinking a water glass of cognac and taking two injections of morphine. We found cocaine to be useful at midday, and in the evening we would occasionally take Hyoskin," an alkaloid derived from some varieties of the nightshade plant that is used as a medication. Wertheim adds: "As a result, we were not always fully in command of our senses."


German doctors experimented on themselves
To prevent an "outbreak of morphinism, as occurred after the last war," Professor Otto Wuth, a master sergeant and consulting psychiatrist to the military's senior medical command, wrote a "Proposal to Combat Morphinism" in February 1941. Under Wuth's proposal, all wounded who became addicted as a result of treatment were to be centrally recorded and reported to the "District Medical Board," where they would be either legally provided with morphine or routinely examined and sent to drug rehabilitation treatment centers. "In this manner," Wuth concluded, "morphine addicts will be recorded and monitored, and the entire group will be prevented from becoming criminal."
The Nazi leadership was more lenient with those who became drug-addicted as a result of the war than with alcoholics, probably because the Wehrmacht was concerned that it could be sued for damages, because it was in fact responsible for dispensing the drugs in the first place.

 Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan 



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@Jega  'The Nazis had to use drugs to fight, we only needed American bravery'. Something to that effect. -

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American scientists did not know of this substance,(Pervitin)methamphetamine.  They're answer to the problem of hunger, fatigue, stamina, was benzadrine or "bennys" as American and Allied soldiers called it, also an amphetamine; but alledgedley not quite the demon "Pervitin" or methamphetamine was.

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Re: New book suggests Adolf Hitler abused opiates and fed his army crystal meth
« Reply #10 on: December 16, 2016, 05:03:46 AM »
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I agree that is kind of funny but I don't really care haha.

And yeah @Wildcat you have a point of Benzadrine given too Americans. But we didn't give everyone Benzadrine. I'm not sure why frankly, maybe we just didn't have enough. I am not an expert on stim use in the 40's.

And we do give drugs to US Air Force pilots today, but they tend to be for bomber and cargo pilots. Both drugs to keep you going and drugs to sleep after the mission. They can be in the air for upwards of 40 hours. Although I still say if I was a trained fighter pilot I wouldn't want stims but that's me, and when you have to keep your planes in the air at any cost I can see how it could happen.
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Re: New book suggests Adolf Hitler abused opiates and fed his army crystal meth
« Reply #11 on: December 16, 2016, 08:45:05 AM »
They give or offer pilots Provigil or Nuvigil - not amphetamines.
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