New Book Says Hitler Took “Primitive Viagra”

For all his strong-man posturing, Adolf Hitler actually had a “soft” part in him. A new book written by Henrik Eberle and Hans-Joachim Neumann reveals that Hitler always took a shot of primitive Viagra before meeting with his lover Eva Braun. The book, which is largely based on previously classified medical records, says that Hitler’s doctors injected the Nazi leader with testosterone extract combined with semen and prostate glands of young bulls.

Hitler reportedly believed that the concoction would help him perform better in bed with Braun, who was more than twenty years younger than her lover. The couple, who were long-time partners, married on April 28, 1945, but committed suicide two days later to avoid being captured by Soviet forces.

Aside from being insecure about his sexual capacity, Hitler was also terrified of taking pills, the book “Was Hitler Ill?” reveals. He was so afraid of popping pills that his personal doctors needed to inject all his medications. Hitler was suffering from many diseases that he needed to be injected with close to 30 different potions at one time in his life, the book says.