Hitler’s sex life included S&M and incest, documentary claims

Hitler’s sex life included S&M and incest, documentary claims

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Adolf Hitler had a complicated, kinky sex life filled with voyeurism, sadomasochism, porn addiction and even incest, a new documentary series claims.

The private sex life of the German dictator whose Nazi regime murdered 6 million Jews during the Holocaust also included urine play, despite the fact that he publicly shunned sex, according to “Hitler’s Sex Life,” which begins airing Sunday on Sky History.

The four-episode series delves into claims that Hitler’s personal doctor gave him amphetamines and bull semen to ramp up his sexual drive – and examines the incestuous relationship he allegedly had with his niece, Geli Raubal, The Sun reported.

In 1925, Raubal, then 17, began living with Hitler, along with her mother, Angela, who worked as the Fuhrer’s housekeeper. He then became obsessed with the teen, 19 years his junior, and the pair started a six-year sexual relationship that included having her urinate on him, the documentary claims.

German defector Otto Strasser had claimed Hitler liked the “extremely disgusting” sex act and said Raubal told him she was forced to take on the role, according to The Sun.

Some six years later, in 1931, Raubal, 23, was found dead from a gunshot wound to the chest in Hitler’s Munich apartment after having a conversation with Strasser about being made to squat over the dictator’s face and urinate, getting him sexually aroused, the documentary claims.

Raubal’s death was officially ruled a suicide, but some historians believe she was murdered and that Nazis destroyed files on a second investigation into her death, The Sun said.

The four-part series also examines Hitler’s relationship with girlfriend Eva Braun — whom he married on the eve of their joint 1945 suicide — and with German film actress Renate Müller, who reportedly fell to her death after the pair had sadomasochist sex.

One historian told The Sun that the alleged private S&M sex life “fit perfectly” with Hitler’s tyrannical personality.

“On the one hand, he put himself forward as this master, this dominating character who walked around with a whip and loved all the uniforms, which is the sadist side,” Australian historian and forensic psychiatrist Robert Kaplan said. “But the other side of sado-masochism is to be humiliated.”

Hitler “internalized everything he didn’t like,” Kaplan insisted.

“It’s quite feasible that somebody like that would have these sexual practices,” Kaplan continued.

Müller reportedly began spending time with Hitler after being introduced to him by film director Alfred Ziesler. She later told Ziesler that she kicked Hitler as he lay on the floor at his request, causing him to get visibly aroused, according to the documentary.

Müller later fell to her death in October 1937 while being visited by Nazi authorities. It’s unclear if she jumped to her death or was shoved, The Sun said.

“I think you can say quite reasonably, that Hitler had a sadomasochistic personality so mass murder came instinctively to him,” Kaplan told outlet.

The four episodes, entitled “X-Rated,” “Body Image,” “Family Matters” and “Suicidal Maidens,” will air Sundays at 9 p.m.

“There is no shortage of experts on Hitler’s sex life who consider the Fuhrer’s predictions to be a barometer of the dictator’s twisted psyche,” Sky’s website reads. “Each episode will address a specific time period of Hitler’s alleged and proven sex life and explores the role it played in shaping Hitler’s behavior.”

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