Adolf Hitler became the sole ruler of Germany in 1934. By that time, he had become one of the most powerful leaders in Europe and the world as a whole.
The Austrian-born German was a central figure in the outbreak of World War II. After his defeat in 1945, and his subsequent suicidal death after Soviet troops had completely taken over Germany, debates surrounding the dictator’s life began to arise.
One such controversy about Hitler’s life, centers around his sexual activity during his lifetime. Some historians say Hitler created a public image as a celibate man. He was said to be without a domestic life, dedicating himself entirely to his political mission and the German nation.
Other historians also dispute this account. According to these historians, Hitler had romantic relationships with numerous women. For example, it is said he had a love affair with his half-niece, Geli Raubal. It is also on record that Hitler married Eva Braun on April 29, 1945—the same time Hitler realized that he had been defeated in the war. On April 30, Hitler and his newly wedded wife committed suicide when Soviet troops closed in at their residence.
Although these debates continue to stir among historians, one thing is clear to all of us: Hitler never had a child. There is no debate about that.
After delving deep into history with the aim of finally determining why such an important and powerful personality never conceived a child, two historians are now saying that they have made a new discovery about Hitler’s sexual organ, which will help explain his sexual life.
According to Jonathan Mayo and Emma Craigie, Hitler suffered from a condition called hypospadias, which left him with an abnormally small manhood. The historians said this condition left Hitler with a ‘tiny deformed penis’ and a single testicle. Hypospadias is an abnormal congenital condition in males, in which the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis. According to medical experts, the condition is so severe that sufferers have to urinate from a hole at the base of the shaft, instead of the tip.
After Hitler’s death, it was suspected that his desire to conquer Europe was an attempt to compensate for his inability to conceive a child.
Although “Hitler Has Only Got One Ball”, a British song that was used to mock Hitler and other Nazi leaders in 1939, gave the British public knowledge about the sexual organ of Hitler and other prominent members of the Nazi Party, it remained an oral tradition in Britain after the war. There was no concrete or documented evidence to prove it.
But now, in their book, Hitler’s Last Day: Minute by Minute, Mayo and Craigie said they have uncovered medical records which confirm Hitler’s deformity. It is said Hitler’s personal doctor, Theodor Morell, is the one who had diagnosed him with hypospadias. He then prescribed him with hormones and amphetamines, in an attempt to improve his sex drive. But as to whether Hitler was able to satisfy women with the prescription given to him by his personal doctor, the historians were unable to give details on that aspect. It will probably take another study and further research to determine that aspect of Hitler’s sexual life.
However, this revelation by Mayo and Craigie comes just two months after a German historian said he had found proof that Hitler did, indeed, have one testicle—a discovery which clearly falls in accordance with the 1939 mocking song by the British.
Mayo and Craigie wrote: “Hitler himself is believed to have had two forms of genital abnormality: an undescended testicle and a rare condition called penile hypospadias in which the urethra opens on the underside of the penis”
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