Flying Saucer Toy Recalled For Teaching Kids That Nazis Achieved Space Travel

If you’ve ever watched late-night documentaries on History, you know that the Nazis had a secret programme during World War II to develop flying saucers. The Nazi’s UFO experiments never actually flew, but the model toy company Revell recently released a set in Germany that makes it look like one of the Nazi saucers actually worked. And historians are pissed off. Read More >>

Grandad From Only Fools and Horses Regretted Not Shooting Hitler in the 1930s

Actor Lennard Pearce, famously known as "Grandad" in the BBC's Only Fools and Horses, could've changed the course of history, had he known what the hyperactive Nazi boss he shook the hand of would go on to do. Read More >>

Who Will Pay £240,000 for Hitler’s Bunker Phone?

If you have hundreds of thousands of dollars and are extremely creepy, you can now buy a one-of-a-kind piece of history: Adolf Hitler’s personal telephone. Read More >>

Nobody Knows if These Nazi Home Movies Were Lost, Stolen or Destroyed at the National Archives

Eva Braun’s home movies of Adolf Hitler and other high-ranking Nazi officials are a terrifying time capsule of just how ordinary the most evil men in history can appear. The films show Hitler playing with children, Goebbels goofing around, and SS soldiers playfully chasing dogs. But the original 16mm films, which were captured by the Americans after World War II and sent to the National Archives, are currently missing. Read More >>

How Did Hitler Rise to Power?

When you combine an unhappy group of people with a leader who is more than willing to feed and exploit their fear with wild speeches and rhetoric, things can go bad. When people in business and intellectuals want to be on the favourable side of public opinion, so they start doing things they don’t believe are right, matters can get worse. But how can it ever be so bad that someone like Hitler can rise to power and do worse? Ted-Ed explains in this haunting video. Read More >>

Passport Markings Turn Unfortunate Man Into Hitler

Creepy, podgy, skinny, ugly, Adolf Hitler. This is not an odd-one-out list. Stuart Boyd, a distinctly normal-looking person from Salford, had a rather unpleasant surprise after renewing his passport last month. Read More >>

Scotsman Arrested for Training Pet Dog to do Nazi Salutes While Watching Hitler Clips

A man in Scotland has been arrested under hate crime laws after posting a clip of his girlfriend's dog doing an approximation of a Nazi salute while watching videos of Hitler speeches. Read More >>

This Macabre X-Ray of Hitler’s Skull Just Sold at Auction

You're looking at an x-ray of Hitler's skull, which just sold for $1500 (£898). Read More >>

Hitler’s Mein Kampf is Proving a Private eBook Bestseller

Adolf Hitler's fascist manifesto Mein Kampf is finding a new audience through digital eReaders, racing towards the top of digital eBook charts as readers access the book in the more private, sleeveless form. Read More >>

Why Time Machines Should Only Be Operated By Historians

We've all argued over the standard old time travel paradoxes, but here's a rule we can all abide by: If you're going to kill Hitler, do it early. Besides, who do you think's easier to bump off, a bunkered dictator or a failing art student? [xkcd] Read More >>

Hitler’s Secret Argentinian Sanctuary Is for Sale

This is the house where Hitler spent the last years of his life; a remote mansion similar to the infamous Berghof located in the Nahuel Huapi Lake, in Patagonia, Argentina, a remote mountainous paradise full of Nazi refugees. That's what the conspiracy theorist say, anyway. Read More >>

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Hitler Gets Upset About the iPhone 4S

This didn't take a lot of time. The obligatory Hitler gets angry about the iPhone 4S video is out. My favorite phrase: "I want people to know that I'm better than they are". It's funny because it's true. Read More >>