Hitler's Mind, Nerves Damaged Says Nazi 27 Jan 1946 The Post Register Idaho Falls, ID

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Hitler's Mind, Nerves Damaged Says Nazi HERFORD, Germany, Jan. 26. UP) ^— Adolf Hitler suffered bomb shock in the July 20, 1944, attempt on his life that later led to deterioration deterioration of his mind and nerves, a statement by his Luftwaffe adjutant, adjutant, 38 year old Col. Nicolaus von Below, said Saturday. Von Below told British questioners ing himself as a university student,"also student,"also »aid that Hitler and Eva Braun were married in Berlin Reichschancellery last April 28, not ^ April 29 as indicated by other evi- 9 dence. Von Below told British questioners that the 1944 bomb explosion knocked knocked him unconscious, and that afterward afterward he saw Hitler come out a doorway of the shattered conference conference room with his uniform badly torn, but unhurt except for a leg bruise. But later, he said, Hitler showed signs of the effect of the shock, and Von Below declared this led to deterioration of the Fuehrer’s mind and nerves. • Von Below said he did not attend the marriage ceremony but that he saw Hitler and Eva Braun come out of their rooms after the wed ding, and that later he drank i champagne toast with Hitler and hie “bunker family.”

Clipped from The Post-Register27 Jan 1946, SunPage 7

The Post-Register (Idaho Falls, Idaho)27 Jan 1946, SunPage 7
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