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Hitler was informed that the soviets are fast approaching to their area. Since then he made plans to kill himself .He didn’t want to leave the dog alive to the soviets.

When Hitler decided to kill himself using cynide capsules, He wanted to check it’s effectiveness. For this he first tested it on his dog Blondi and the dog died as a result.

Since then Hitler became completely inconsolable.

Hitler was so obsessed with his Dog that the Fuhrer would allow Blondi to sleep in his bed, and kept her with him almost all the time from 1941 to 1945.

IMAGE-Hitler with his Dog.


It is said that Hitler loved his dog Blondi more than his mistress Eva Braun. (Eva Braun’s close aides have reported to have seen her kicking the dog when Hitler was not around)

IMAGE- Eva Braun, Hitler and his Dog Blondi.


Nazis already had an affinity towards animals.


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Nazi’s and their love for Animals

On 1934, The Reich Hunting Law was enacted which limited hunting. The act also created the German Hunting Society with a mission to educate the hunting community in ethical hunting.

Nazi Germany was also the first state in the world to place the wolf under protection.

IMAGE-Hitler tending a young fawn

In Nazi Germany, people who mistreated their pets could be sentenced to two years in jail. The Nazis banned docking the ears and tails of dogs without anesthesia.

Fun Fact: The current animal welfare laws in Germany were initially introduced by the Nazis.

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Hitler was said to be a vegetarian throughout his life, There is no real reason to why he became a vegetarian. (maybe because he hated killing, lol).

In 1942, he self-identified as a vegetarian (Some modern-day analyses have speculated that Hitler’s vegetarianism may have been for health reasons)

Göring (Hitler’s main man) banned commercial animal trapping and imposed severe restrictions on hunting.

He prohibited boiling of lobsters and crabs. In one incident, he sent a fisherman to a concentration camp for cutting up a bait frog.


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IMAGE- Herman Göring with his pet cub.

Nazi Germany enacted another law called Reich Animal Protection Act. This law prohibited the use of animals for film-making or any such activities which could cause mental or physical pain to animals.

Propaganda posters used by Nazis

In 1936, a special law was passed regarding the correct way of dispatching lobsters and crabs and thus mitigating their painful deaths.

When the Nazi’s were busy killing Jew’s in the concentration camp’s, They made laws to protect the suffering of lobsters which were killed for food in Berlin hotels.

Oh the irony!

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Hitler’s Death,Stalin and Käthe Heusermann

Hitler’s Death,Stalin and Käthe Heusermann





While we often talk about many characters in the WW2,There are some people like Käthe Heusermann who requires some light into her life.Let us try to know more about Käthe Heusermann so that she never falls behind the shadows and be lost on history forever.
1945,May 1.
The battle by the Soviet’s is bearing fruits, They have almost succeeded in capturing Berlin as the Germans have still not surrendered.
Soon they reach the Fuhrer’s bunker ,Their main goal was to capture Hitler himself. USSR knew Hitler was the main fish to catch.
But the soldiers of the Soviet Union could see just 6 Children’s dead bodies.
Dead Bodies of 5 little girls and a small Boy. They were  the children of Joseph Goebbels ,the  Nazi Propaganda Minister. 
Soon Goebbels body was also found.
But Where was Hitler’s body?
Hitler’s body was burned already due to Petrol. Only the teeth became the most important way to identify the remains. It was almost impossible to recognize Hitler’s body
But 2 woman made it possible to identify Hitler’s remains.
One was Elena Kagan who was a Russian Jew .(She later changed her name to Elena Rzhevskaya)
She was appointed by the Soviets for her skills with the German language. 

Hitler’s gold bridge and lower jaw were put in a box and given to Elena for safekeeping mostly because she was trustworthy.

                         Adolf Hitler’s teeth. (Russian State Archives)

Elena Rzhevskaya was just 25 years old in  1945 when she carried a box of the Nazi dictator’s teeth around war-torn Berlin in search of an expert who could confirm that the teeth had belonged to Hitler.


The team comprising of USSR officers and Elena herself tracked down Hitler’s personal dentist, Dr. Hugo Blaschke and his assistant, Käthe Heusermann.


Hitler’s persona dentist Hugo Blaschke was not available at that time,So Kathe Heusermann was interviewed many times because she was present at all times when Hitler visited the clinic.


She was able to identify Hitler from his teeth because he had had extensive dental work.


(By the end of his life, Hitler had very few of his own teeth left, and most of them had crowns. The remaining teeth were prosthetic and were held together with bridges.)


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She was made to draw the sketch on how Hitler’s teeth looked.

And Guess What?

The drawings perfectly matched to the tooth remains Elena had.



The sketch of Hitler‘s teeth, drawn from memory by dental assistant Käthe Heusermann,
The above image was taken from Yelena Rzhevskaya’s book Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter: From the Battle for Moscow to Hitler’s Bunker.


Stalin  never disclosed the death of Hitler to the Allies.

He never disclosed it because he never trusted the West in the first place. 


Moreover, A secret is always advantageous. Stalin knew what other major leaders of the globe at that time did not know.


And hence Soviet leader Joseph Stalin decided that Hitler’s suicide and the story about how his body was discovered should be a military secret.

In Elena Rzhevskaya memoirs, she writes: “I was absolutely convinced that we, along with all gathered information and key witnesses, will be sent to Moscow”. “I was sure that in a few days, the whole world will know that we had found Hitler’s corpse”.

 However, Stalin decided otherwise. Viktor Abakumov, the chief of SMERSH, later told Gorbushin that Stalin became familiar with the circumstances of the case and decided not to publicize anything. “We remain in capitalist encirclement,” he stated. Rzhevskaya and the other collaborators were told by Gorbushin: “Forget what you just heard”.


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Hence Käthe Heusermann was deported to the Soviet Union in July, 1945, and after interrogation in Lubyanka and Lefortovo prisons, she was sentenced to ten years imprisonment. 

According to the decision of the court: “… by her participation in Hitler’s dental treatment, she voluntarily helped a bourgeois state prolong the war“.


 Käthe Heusermann was sent to the gulag, where she spent 10 years, including six years in solitary confinement.

Why was she sent to the Gulags?


Her fault was that she was a witness of Hitler’s death and that was a secret.As written above ,Stalin did not want the truth that Hitler died to be let out in the world.


The Soviets also told her that by helping to fix Hitler’s teeth she contributed to the continuation of the war, and that she should have hit him on the head with a bottle.


But the reason for sending Käthe Heusermann to the Gulags was,as written above, The secret should be protected at all costs.


The Gulag life was a hell for Käthe Heusermann like everyone else.


She was loaded into a cattle truck for the 2,800-mile trip to a labor camp in central Siberia. 


Years in solitary made Käthe Heusermann too weak to meet her work quota and therefore her food rations were cut. She got food only during the mid-days. 


Käthe Heusermann barely survived.


By 1955, Stalin had died and West Germany negotiated the return of

 German prisoners.Käthe Heusermann went home to



Her soldier fiancé had married in her absence. She went back into dentistry and died in 1993.


Käthe Heusermann

Elena Rzhevskaya published several books about her wartime experiences. But it took her 50 years of research in the USSR’s secret archives to uncover the monstrous truth of what her nation had done to her star witness — Käthe Heusermann and to reveal that Stalin had deliberately hidden the proof of Hitler’s death.

Elena in her book Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter: From the Battle for Moscow to Hitler’s Bunker quotes “If we had not found Käthe … Hitler, as Stalin wanted, would have remained a myth and a mystery,” .“But what suffering we had unwittingly doomed Käthe Heusermann to endure.”

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Käthe Heusermann had to suffer for years in prison,Lost her Husband and almost died in the Gulags.


On the other hand Elena Rzhevskaya resided in Moscow where she continued her career as a writer. She was allowed to publish her memoirs in the 1960s. In 2018 Greenhill Books published the first English language edition of her memoirs.


She died on 25 April 2017, aged 97.


Elena Rzhevskaya (Courtesy Liubov Summ)

Yelena Rzhevskaya’s book Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter: From the Battle for Moscow to Hitler’s Bunker.



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Hitler Rise To Power Timeline

Hitler was just another unknown ordinary person in Germany in the 1920’s.Fast forward to 10 years, He became a full blown Dictator.

The Rise Of Hitler was slow and steady and was not an overnight receiving of power.

This Article has been divided into two Parts.

Part 1 between 1919 to 1923.

Part 2 between 1924 to 1933.

PART ONE (The Initial Rise to Power)


Germany looses WW1. Germany lost 3 million Germans due to the war. The country was forced to be a republic instead of a monarchy. The Germans could barely even see through the shambles the country was now in.

What was more humiliating was the Treaty Of Versailles not only blamed Germany for the war, But also demanded a heavy sum in the form of reparations (132 billion gold marks, or about $269 billion today.)

As I mentioned earlier, Germany was turned down into a Republic. This gave extreme powers to the president.

Hitler was serving the Army at this point of time .His current job was to spy the Germans Workers Party. Soon He becomes interested in the party (Because it was Anti-Communist + Anti-Capitalist+ Anti-Jewish) and joins it.


Hitler is now becoming increasingly famous in the Party. Mostly because of his excellent oration skills.

The Party is now renamed to Nationalist German Workers Party (NSDAP) or more (in)famously known as the Nazi Party.

Hitler Designed the logo inspired from the auspicious Hindu sign, The Swastika.



Adolf Hitler is elected Vorsitzender (chairman) of the NSDAP with only one dissenting vote. NSDAP party membership was recorded at only 3,300.But soon it would rise manifold.

At this point of time,The Inflation of Germany Skyrocketed to trillions due to external and internal pressures.

Children made pyramids and played with the currency as it had no value to anyone.



In the other side of Europe a new force in the name of Benito Mussolini emerged. Hitler gets inspired by Mussolini as he too was an extreme nationalist.



Inflation becomes so bad that the Government fails to pay reparations to the Allies.

On the 9 January 1923, in response to the lack of payment of reparations, France and Belgium invaded the Ruhr.

The Ruhr was a region of Germany which contained resources such as factories. The French and Belgians intended to use these resources to make up for the unpaid reparations.

This was a massive humiliation for the Germans.

The extreme right Nazi Party got a membership between 40000 to 55000.

As Of now Hitler gets hold of the feelings of the German anger, Gets inspired by Mussolini and see the Economy in Shambles.

This was the perfect moment for him to rise to power.

This was the initial rise of Hitler.



The Beer Hall Putsch-

On November 8–9, 1923, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party led a coalition group in an attempt to overthrow the German government. The plotters hoped to march on Berlin to launch a national revolution.

But their plan failed miserably.

Early Nazis who participated in the attempt to seize power during the 1923 Putsch


Hitler was convicted of treason and sentenced to five years in prison. He spent less than a year behind bars, during which time he dictated “Mein Kampf,” his political autobiography.


The putsch was a massive failure but Hitler’s Trial turned him into a National Figure.

On 4th May, The NSDAP contests the Reichstag elections for the first time, winning a total of 24 seats. Not enough to be a powerful force, But it was good enough nonetheless.


Hitler declares the reformulation of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) with himself as leader (Führer). He makes the declaration at the Bürgerbräukeller in Munich, the beer hall where he led his aborted coup against the democratically elected government in 1923.



By the beginning of 1926, Hitler had overcome any remaining rivals within the Nazi Party and assumed the title of supreme leader. Ideological differences and infighting between factions of the Nazi Party were resolved by Hitler through his considerable powers of personal oratory skills.


Official films for the rallies began in 1927, with the establishment of the NSDAP (Nazi Party) film office.


Nazi’s fail miserably in the elections by just tallying 12 seats.

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Josef Goebbels is appointed head of the NSDAP propaganda department. Another Reichstag election sees a dramatic boost in NSDAP seats, from 14 to 107.

All thanks to Propaganda.


The Great Depression hits the Germans very hard.

Germans are extremely angry with the Government.

And as we know extreme ideology parties(left or right) grow in these conditions.


Nazi’s get 18% of the Votes in the 1930’s elections. Nazi’s start becoming a Power.


Nazis Fight hard, But Hidenburg Becomes the president again. But this time Hitler garnered almost 355 of the votes polled.


No government can be formed because of unstable coalition and hence no cabinet.

Lack of national unity and unstable Cabinet made The president Hidenburg to make Hitler The Chancellor Of Weimar Republic.

Hidenburg hated Hitler, But he did this for National Unity.


February 1933-

The Reichstag Fire-

The Reichstag fire was an arson attack on the Reichstag building, home of the German parliament in Berlin, on Monday 27 February 1933, precisely four weeks after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany.

Hitler blamed it on the communists and persuaded the president to suspend civil rights(yes the president had such a huge power)to maintain stability.

On March, The Nazis accumulate 44% of the Votes, Not enough to form a government, But they became the largest voted party.

With Coalitions, They form the Government.

March 1933-


The Enabling Act allowed the Reich government to issue laws without the consent of Germany’s parliament, laying the foundation for the complete Nazification of German society.

July 1933-

On 14 July 1933 Germany became a one-party state decreeing the Nazi Party to be the sole legal party in Germany.

All other parties were made illegal.This was the point where Hitler held all the powers.

This was the point Germany fell under Dictatorship.

What followed were the greatest crimes in Modern Human History.





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