Archives 1941: Hitler’s Mad Rages

1941:  According to medical authorities in Berne, Switzerland, it is stated that the illness of Hitler is becoming worse rapidly, says Moscow Radio.

Already when he was in Berlin it was noticed that he reacted particularly to air raids.

Every raid caused a psychic disturbance in his condition, after which he suffered from depressive fits, alternating with mad rage.

His entourage anxiously try to avoid him when these spasms are on because they are accompanied by hysterical shrieks and furious raging with unpleasant and dangerous consequences.

Meanwhile, Hitler‘s plan of disposing of the Red Army in five or six weeks has fallen through.