Hitler and His Drugs: Inside the Nazis' Secret Speed Craze

The citizens of the Third Reich were taking speed on a national scale; the German Army's Blitzkreig attack through France was only made possible through the widespread use of Methamphetamine by Wehrmacht soldiers; the Marshal of the Luftwaffe air force, Herman Goring, was a morphine addict; and Adolf Hitler, famous teetotaler and vegetarian, was in truth a hopeless junkie, his final days spent This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hitler and His Drugs: Inside the Nazis' Secret Speed Craze

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