Yes.... he caught the clap of some puss-laden old hoower whilst he was an art student in Vienna... so it was alleged.... It was also alleged in some reports.... that he may have ploughed a few Hoop Dribblers whilst in the German army in the First World War....
His personal physician was alleged to have been a bit of a Quack and kept the Der Fuhrer alive with injections of ground up monkey hoops, recycled feet and beaks.... and other wondrous things...... that's why he had massive temper tantrums when he was Das Fuhrer....
1. Not only was he a vegetarian, but Hitler also banned hunting in Nazi Germany as he counldn't abide cruelty to animals. The only was anyone in Germany could hunt was to be a friend of Herman Goering, who used to host huge hunt parties and had an enormous array of Germanic themed hunting outfits.
2. There is an unaccountable period within Hitler's life from 1912 - 13. It is often speculated that he spent this time living in Liverpool.
3. He never drank, as he thought that it would make him violent.
4. While the Nazi's outlawed homosexuality, and sent some gay people to the concentration camp, many high ranking Nazi's - Heydrich particularly were gay themselves. As a result, the Nazi's were generally quite tolerant of homosexual activity and only really used persecution of homosexuals for political advantage, most notably the murder of Ernst Roehm in the Night of the Long Knives.
5. There is some historical evidence to suggest that he really did only have one ball.
6. It is highly likely that he had an incestuous affair with his neice, Geli Raubal, who later committed suicide in 1931. Many have speculated that she fell pregnant with his child.
7. The "socialist" part of National Socialism was more than just rhetoric. The original Nazi Party, specifcally a senior member Gregor Strasser, was quite left wing in many respects. Strasser left the party in 1932 owing to political differences, and was one of many victims of the Night of the Long Knives.
8. Oskar Schindler, of Schindler's List fame, originally betrayed his country, what is now the Czech Republic, by spying for the Nazi's in 1937. He was subsequently jailed by the Czech government before being released as a political prisoner after Munich. He then joined the Nazi Party to further his business empire before he realised the horrors of the Holocaust. He is the only Nazi Party member to be considerd a Righteous Gentile.
9. While it is generally accepted that 6 million Jews died in the concentration camps, many estimates point to a greater number of non-Jewish victims - up to about 8 million. An estimate 400,000 were Freemasons.
10. There is not a single rifle carried in the huge parade that makes up Triumph of the Will.