Although Adolf Hitler was not at all a fan of Chaplin - in fact he had been misinformed that Charlie was Jewish, and therefore despised him - he was also well aware of how beloved Charlie was throughout the world at that time, and that was the reason he grew the Chaplin moustache: he thought it would endear him to the people.
After his suicide in April, 1945, the corpse was imperfectly cremated, and some remains were not burned away. Pieces of the skull (including one with a bullet hole) and leg bones were recovered by the Russians, and now reside in the Russian National Archives.
Arm was paralyzed during an assassination attempt by a group of Wehrmacht generals in 1944.
Ruler of Nazi Germany (The Third Reich) 1933-1945.
After his death his corpse was never officially discovered.
Was taking 92 different drugs towards the end of his life.
Contracted Parkinson's Disease in the later years of his life. Recently discovered newsreel footage shows Hitler addressing members of the Hitler Youth (the last footage taken of him alive), with his left hand visibly trembling.
He held membership card number 555 of the NSDAP, but the Nazi Party started numbering from 500 to make themselves appear larger
Tests he took showed that he had an IQ of 141.
Did not drink or smoke.
As a child, was once beaten into a 2-day coma by his father
Recently discovered medical records show that he was receiving doses of methamphetamine as often as six times a day.
Beatle John Lennon wanted to put Hitler in the crowd on the cover of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", but The Beatles' record label refused, for obvious reasons.
From the moment of his ascension to power in 1933 to his death in 1945 there were seventeen attempts on his life.
Almost froze to death while sleeping on the streets in Austria. He was saved, ironically enough, by a Jewish charity group.
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