Hitler Unmasked: CIA Report Reveals Nazis’ “Micropenis” and Twisted Sexual Desires | World | News

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Hitler came to power as Chancellor of Germany in 1933 before becoming Führer a year later. His expansionist ideology sparked WWII and his deranged worldview led to the slaughter of six million Jews when the Nazis initiated the Holocaust. But one of history’s most brutal tyrants was on a mission to avenge his own shortcomings in life, according to medical professionals who contributed to a psychological profile on Hitler. In 1943, the US Office of Strategic Services, a precursor to the CIA, commissioned Dr. Murray to study Hitler’s personality to predict his behavior, as part of the “Psychological Analysis of Adolf Hitler, His life and its legend ”by Walter Langer.

In his 229-page report, “Analysis of the Personality of Adolf Hitler,” Dr. Henri Murray described Hitler as a paranoid “total wreck” who was “incapable of normal man relationships “.He added, “It is forever impossible to hope for any mercy or humane treatment from him. ”

According to the report, Hitler suffered from intolerable feelings of inferiority, due in large part to his small, fragile and sickly physical appearance.

Hitler dealt with his insecurities by worshiping “brute strength, physical strength, ruthless domination and military conquest.”

Adolf Hitler’s shocking sex life exposed (Image: GETTY)

Hitler started World War II (Image: GETTY)

Even sexually, Hitler has been described as a “full-fledged masochist,” who humiliated and abused his partners.

The report found he was “unable to use in a normal way,” according to former sexual partners.

The doctor added: “This infirmity which we must recognize as an incitement to exorbitant cravings for superiority.

“Unable to demonstrate male power in front of a woman, he is driven to compensate by showing unparalleled power in front of men around the world.”

The larger report claimed he had a micropenis, a testicle and also liked to force women to kick and defecate on him.

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The United States conducted a psychological analysis of Hitler

The United States conducted a psychological analysis of Hitler (Image: CIA)

Dr. Langer concluded that Hitler was not able to have normal sex.

The doctor wrote, “The practice of this perversion represents the lowest depths of degradation.”

He even allegedly had sex with his niece Geli Raubal.

She was thought to have informed Hitler’s Nazi supporter Otto Strasser of the act, and he then fled the regime.

Nazi Ernst Rohm apparently revealed the bizarre fetish at a party, and American spies have recovered the information.

Rohm also revealed that Hitler liked “peasant girls”.

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Hitler would have had many faults

Hitler would have had many faults (Image: GETTY)

The Nazi leader took his anger out on the Jewish people

The Nazi leader took his anger out on the Jewish people (Image: GETTY)

He said, “When they stand in the fields and bend down at their work so you can see their behinds, that’s what he likes, especially when they have big circles.

“This is Hitler’s sex life, what a man.”

German movie star Renate Muller was reportedly forced to kick Hitler while he was lying on the floor during a night of sex.

She later committed suicide.

Dr Murray concluded that much of his rage stems from the Oedipus complex – love of mother and hatred of father – which he developed after accidentally seeing his parents having sex.

Hitler was submissive and respectful to his father, but regarded him as an enemy who ruled the family “with tyrannical severity and injustice.”

According to the report, Hitler was envious of his father’s male power and dreamed of humiliating him to restore “his mother’s lost glory.”

Even at the height of his power, Hitler suffered from frequent emotional breakdowns due to guilty conscience, the doctor noted.

He wrote: “He has bad conscience nightmares, and he has long periods of energy, confidence and decision-making power that fail him.

Dr Murray explains that the Jewish people were the clear demographic on which Hitler projected his frustrations and personal failures because they “don’t retaliate with fists and guns.”



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