Der totale Rausch: Drogen im Dritten Reich

Der totale Rausch: Drogen im Dritten Reich

Drogen im Dritten Reich: Norman Ohler geht den Tätern von damals buchstäblich unter die Haut und schaut direkt in ihre Blutbahnen hinein. Arisch rein ging es darin nicht zu, sondern chemisch deutsch ? und ziemlich toxisch. Wo die Ideologie für Fanatismus und ťEndsiegŤ nicht mehr ausreichte, wurde hemmungslos nachgeholfen. Als Deutschland 1940 Frankreich überfiel, standen d Drogen im Dritten Reich: Norman Ohler geht den Tätern von damals buchstäblich unter die Haut und schaut direkt ...

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Title:Der totale Rausch: Drogen im Dritten Reich
Author:Norman Ohler
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:Der totale Rausch: Drogen im Dritten Reich
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Edition Language:German
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Der totale Rausch: Drogen im Dritten Reich Reviews

  • Sebastien
    Mar 19, 2017

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

    Guardian article Opening: Methamphetamine, the Volkesdroge (1933-1938): National Socialism was toxic, in the truest sense of the word. It gave the world a chemical legacy that still affects us today(*): a poison that refuses to disappear. How dirty one feels at the end of cer...

    With thousands upon thousands of books written about Nazi Germany and its ?Fuhrer,? Adolf Hitler, one wonders if there is a relevant area of research that has not been mined thoroughly. The appearance of Norman Ohler?s BLITZED: DRUGS IN THE THIRD REICH provides an affirmative ans...

    Totální rau? je p?esn? kniha, podle který bych se cht?l u?it d?jepis. O druhý sv?tový u? toho bylo napsáno tolik, ?e by se to neve?lo ani na t?i obrovský nákla?áky, ale i p?esto p?íchází Norman Ohler v roce 2015 s objevným tématem, který dosud nebylo v?dec...

    Entertaining book filled with interesting premises. Ohler's account of Hitler and his drug use is quite fascinating, and seems solid. I didn't realize Hitler's addiction reached such levels, and given that it wouldn't be surprising if a variety of his health issues cropped up due to ra...

  • David Schaafsma
    Dec 30, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

  • Bettie☯
    Sep 27, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

    Guardian article Opening: Methamphetamine, the Volkesdroge (1933-1938): National Socialism was toxic, in the truest sense of the word. It gave the world a chemical legacy that still affects us today(*): a poison that refuses to disappear. How dirty one feels at the end of cer...

  • Hadrian
    Oct 12, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Oct 24, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

  • Susan
    Nov 04, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

  • Steven Z.
    Mar 16, 2017

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

    Guardian article Opening: Methamphetamine, the Volkesdroge (1933-1938): National Socialism was toxic, in the truest sense of the word. It gave the world a chemical legacy that still affects us today(*): a poison that refuses to disappear. How dirty one feels at the end of cer...

    With thousands upon thousands of books written about Nazi Germany and its ?Fuhrer,? Adolf Hitler, one wonders if there is a relevant area of research that has not been mined thoroughly. The appearance of Norman Ohler?s BLITZED: DRUGS IN THE THIRD REICH provides an affirmative ans...

  • Pečivo
    Nov 08, 2016

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

    Guardian article Opening: Methamphetamine, the Volkesdroge (1933-1938): National Socialism was toxic, in the truest sense of the word. It gave the world a chemical legacy that still affects us today(*): a poison that refuses to disappear. How dirty one feels at the end of cer...

    With thousands upon thousands of books written about Nazi Germany and its ?Fuhrer,? Adolf Hitler, one wonders if there is a relevant area of research that has not been mined thoroughly. The appearance of Norman Ohler?s BLITZED: DRUGS IN THE THIRD REICH provides an affirmative ans...

    Totální rau? je p?esn? kniha, podle který bych se cht?l u?it d?jepis. O druhý sv?tový u? toho bylo napsáno tolik, ?e by se to neve?lo ani na t?i obrovský nákla?áky, ale i p?esto p?íchází Norman Ohler v roce 2015 s objevným tématem, který dosud nebylo v?dec...

  • Scott
    Jan 14, 2017

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

  • Greta
    Feb 23, 2017

    Hitler was a meth head. Seriously. A genuine meth head. Not content with merely being a genocidal maniac, a rubbish tactician and the twentieth century?s biggest asshole, the Fuhrer was also a methamphetamine and oxycodone addict, getting both drugs and sundry other dodgy chemical...

    Hitler and the Third Reich: From Teetotaller to Junkie What are the images we have of the German army from WWII? Manic Blitzkrieg attacks rolling over neighboring countries. For while the whole world thought they were a superior fighting force, as Hitler claimed. The element was sur...

    Nowhere were the 1920s more roaring than in Berlin - cocaine and morphine were available over the counter and cheaper than alcohol, and everyone was escaping reality, particularly since life in the Weimar Republic, with its mass unemployment and hyperinflation, was such a nightmare! Th...

    In this fascinating account of drug use in the Third Reich, author Norman Ohler takes us on a journey through the history of Germany and explains how, and why, it became a centre of pharmaceutical research. Although the National Socialist Party presented themselves as clean cut, and Hi...

    Sensational history with two premises: first, that Adolf Hitler was addicted to the cocktail of drugs prescribed to him by his Doktor Feelgood, Theodor Morell. This includes cocaine, oxycodone (brand name Eukodal), and methamphetamines (Pervitin). Ohler posits that Hitler's addictions ...

    Guardian article Opening: Methamphetamine, the Volkesdroge (1933-1938): National Socialism was toxic, in the truest sense of the word. It gave the world a chemical legacy that still affects us today(*): a poison that refuses to disappear. How dirty one feels at the end of cer...

    With thousands upon thousands of books written about Nazi Germany and its ?Fuhrer,? Adolf Hitler, one wonders if there is a relevant area of research that has not been mined thoroughly. The appearance of Norman Ohler?s BLITZED: DRUGS IN THE THIRD REICH provides an affirmative ans...

    Totální rau? je p?esn? kniha, podle který bych se cht?l u?it d?jepis. O druhý sv?tový u? toho bylo napsáno tolik, ?e by se to neve?lo ani na t?i obrovský nákla?áky, ale i p?esto p?íchází Norman Ohler v roce 2015 s objevným tématem, který dosud nebylo v?dec...

    Entertaining book filled with interesting premises. Ohler's account of Hitler and his drug use is quite fascinating, and seems solid. I didn't realize Hitler's addiction reached such levels, and given that it wouldn't be surprising if a variety of his health issues cropped up due to ra...

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