Hitler Had Indeed Only One Ball According To New Found Document

Posted: Dec 18 2015, 7:50am CST | by , Updated: Dec 18 2015, 8:12am CST, in News | Latest Political News


Hitler Had Indeed only One Ball According to New Found Document
Adolf Hitler (1889 - 1945) looking out of a barred window in Landsberg jail where he dictated his autobiography, Mein Kampf. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Adolf Hitler was diagnosed with Cryptorchidism when was arrested in 1923.

A new document was presented today in Munich that confirmed that Adolf Hitler had only one ball. British soldiers new that already during World War II when when they sang "Hitler has only got one ball."

In medical terms, Hitler suffered from so called Cryptorchidism. This means that one of his testicles did not descent into the scrotum. Cryptorchidism is the most common genital abnormality in males. Today Cryptorchidism is treated with a hormone therapy or operation. 

Hitler was diagnosed with this condition in 1923. He was arrested in Bavaria after the failed coup in Munich. When he was entering the prison in Landsberg, he was examined by a doctor. The protocol of that medical examination has now been presented to the public.

According to the German newspaper Die Welt, the documents surfaced already back in 2010 at an auction. The Bavarian government took control over the documents. Now 5 years later, Peter Fleischmann published these details in a 552 page report on Hitler's time as prisoner in Landsberg am Lech.

There was a rumor that Hitler lost a testicle in an injury during World War I, but these documents show that this was untrue.

This new finding supports the assumptions that Hitler had a dysfunctional sex life.

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