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Hitler Death Conspiracy Theories: The Good, The Bad, And The Crazy
What really happened to the Führer? These Hitler death conspiracy theories, from the plausible to the outlandish, claim to have the answers.
A Nazi Submarine Once Sank Because Its Toilet Malfunctioned
Rather than keeping their waste on the submarine in septic tanks, German engineers devised a method for the U-1206 to discharge waste directly into the water.
Coco Chanel’s Secret Life As A Nazi Agent
From Nazi love affairs to partnerships with the Abwehr, Coco Chanel kept more than little black dresses in her closet.
54 Battle Of The Bulge Photos That Capture The Nazis’ Brutal Last Ditch Counteroffensive
During the Battle of the Bulge, the Nazis had intended on surrounding the Allies, crushing them, and chasing them out of Europe. However, the Allied Army had other plans.
Meet Irma Grese, “The Beautiful Beast” And One Of The Nazis’ Most Feared Guards
How Irma Grese went from being a troubled teen to becoming one of the most sadistic guards to ever work inside a Nazi concentration camp.
This Week In History News, Nov. 26 – Dec. 2
Julius Caesar's landing spot in Britain found, location of Romanov treasure discovered, original Adolf Hitler painting uncovered.
Oskar Dirlewanger: The Nazi Who Even Other Nazis Thought Was Cruel And Depraved
One historian called Oskar Dirlewanger "an expert in extermination and a devotee of sadism and necrophilia."
This Huge Swastika Was Underneath A City For Decades And No One Knew It Was There
Authorities sought to cart it away but it quickly proved too huge to move.
The Battle For Castle Itter: When Americans And Nazis Fought Side-By-Side
Discover the incredible story of the Battle for Castle Itter, which saw the Americans and the Germans team up against an unlikely enemy.
How Hitler Happened: 36 Photos That Explain The Nazis’ Rise
Chilling images that reveal how and why the Nazis came to power.
What Happened When The Germans Released A POW To See His Dying Mother? He Went Back
After the only recorded case of a compassionate release during WWI, Captain Robert Campbell returned back to his POW camp.