Hitler's all-conquering storroopers 'felt invincible because of. Hitler’s armies carried out their “Blitzkrieg” invasions of Poland and France while hh on a version of crystal meth which kept them wide awake, feeling euphoric and invincible, says a new book about the Nazis’ use of drugs during the Second World War. Hitler’s armies carried out their “Blitzkrieg” invasions of Poland and France while hh on a version of crystal meth which kept them wide awake.
Crystal meth - Mirror In Der Totale Rausch – (Total Rush), which was published in Germany last week, Norman Oer reveals the key strategic role of the methamphetamine-based drug, manufactured from 1937 onwards by the Nazis under the brand name of “Pervitin” and distributed among the armed forces. Dejah Hall, 26, posted the jaw-dropping before and after images on to celebrate being clean from the devastating drugs for four years
Young boy finds crystal meth in his Kinder Surprise egg The drug was marketed as a pick-up pill which was desned to combat stress and tiredness and created feelings of euphoria. A six-year-old boy who found a chocolate egg under a hedge last week was perplexed on opening it up to find a bag containing a white powder inside.