In the years when Hitler was in power in Germany, the people enthusiastically rebuilt Germany after the collapse of the First World War. The strong ultra-right ideology, based on the theory of the superiority of the Aryan race over all others, gave the impression that German citizens can achieve anything at all.
Breeding a new breed of peopleThe “Lebensborn” project (“life source”) was a sadistic-eugenic program that included the removal of children from families and their transformation into ideal Aryans. Founded in 1935, the Lebensborn Society was designed to provide a blond and blue-eyed future for the whole world.
Fourth reichWhen the German leadership realized that it was losing the war, the top of the Nazi Party began to plan the Fourth Reich, a long-term strategy that would save the life of the Nazi dream. They intended to transfer a huge amount of gold worth billions of dollars to neutral Switzerland (there is partly the action "Seventeen Moments of Spring"), in order to preserve the wealth of the Reich.
TV controlIn 1945, Hitler planned to install huge television screens throughout Germany to broadcast Nazi propaganda, including news and educational programs. Installed in crowded places, the screens were supposed to broadcast the executions of the traitors to the regime.
Deadly CigarettesGerman industry produced many intricate gadgets in the spirit of James Bond. Among the devices used by female sabotage groups were pocket mirrors filled with killer bacteria and poisoned chocolate.
Steal DaddyIn 1943, the head of the Reich ordered the abduction of Pope Pius XII in order to shake the foundations of Christianity and establish the new religion with Hitler himself in the center. Two groups of SS attack aircraft were to break into the Vatican, capture the pontiff and transport them to Germany under the pretext of ensuring its security. In Germany, the Pope intended to keep under lock and key with values stolen from the Vatican.
Find the Holy GrailSS head Heinrich Himmler visited Montserrat Abbey in Barcelona in 1940, hoping to find traces of the Holy Grail, the legendary cup from which Jesus drank at the Last Supper, and into which his blood was subsequently collected. Grail allegedly had to help Germany win the war and prove that Jesus belongs to the Aryan race. At the same time, there was a search for Atlantis, the homeland of the ancestors of the Aryans.
Exploding candyThe Nazis hatched a plan of assassination of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill with a package of exploding sweets. Aware of Churchill's sweet tooth, the murderers filled chocolate bars with explosives, intending to slip them into the dining room of the Prime Minister. The bomb should not have left anyone in the room alive. However, the plans of saboteurs were disclosed.
SupercarsIn 1942, a research institute was founded in Dachau, which studied insect-borne diseases. Here a plan was developed to throw genetically modified mosquitoes into the countries of the anti-Hitler coalition for the spread of malaria. Supercars lived longer and stayed without moisture and food for four days. The main purpose of sabotage was the southern republics of the Soviet Union - a hot summer was supposed to further prolong the life of insects.
Solar cannonGermany intended to build a giant orbital cannon, which was able to burn enemy cities to the ground.The cannon was a polutorakilometrovy concave mirror disk that focused the sunlight and sent a deadly beam at the target.
Super soldiersIn 1944, German scientists created the D-IX - a substance capable of creating an army of super-soldiers. The drug, which consisted of cocaine, methamphetamine and painkiller, was tested on prisoners of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Prisoners were forced to make a pedestrian crossing with heavy backpacks.
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