Adolf Hitler and his dog Blondi, date unknown

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  1. Bill says:
    14 Mar 2011 07:52:09 PM

    MAN'S BEST FRIEND:

    Poor Blondi she got the short end of the stick, she even had to die for Hitler.
  2. Bill says:
    2 Apr 2012 09:10:04 PM

    BLONDI:

    Date of Birth 1934, Sex Female
    Date of Death Apri 29, 1945 age 11 years
    Place of Death Fuhrerbunker, Berlin
    Cause of Death Cyanide
    Breed German Shepherd Dog, she had a litter of five puppies all were killed.
  3. Bill says:
    16 Oct 2013 12:08:48 AM

    BLONDIE & THE FUHRER:

    During those last hours in his bunker in Berlin, Hitler made a painful decision to poison is dog, Blondie rather than have her captured and killed by the advancing Russians. Prof. Werner Haase was the person who administered the cyanide capsule to Blondie. The five puppies were shot by Hitler's
    dog handler Fritz Tornow.

    SCARY FUHRER:

    I once watched a documentary showing Hitler with Blondie, as Hitler walked up to pet her, Blondie
    curled up, ears back and tail down it looked as if the poor animal was afraid and reluctant to be near the Fuhrer.
    I'm guessing here, I have dogs and none of them have ever acted the way Blondie did in front of Hitler. When my dogs see me, they run and jump on me, to be near me and give me lots of love licks
    they are my best friends...I doubt Hitler spent much time with Blondie, but what do I know, I'm no expert...


    "I love animals and especially dogs"
    -Adolf Hitler-

    LESSER OF TWO EVILS: ENEMY AT THE GATES

    Hitler & Eva Braun took poison (cyanide) for the same reason, he had Blondie killed was to prevent himself and Eva Braun from being captured by the Russians.
  4. Bill says:
    25 Oct 2013 08:14:59 PM

    MURDER BY THE NUMBERS:

    Every day that Hitler lived, thousands upon
    thousands would die. From January to April 1945 over 500,000 people went into the gas chambers, in that same period 4,000,000 military personnel and civilians died. Germany was being bombed day and night its cities and industries destroyed the
    German people lived in a nightmare world.
    Hitler's armies suffered tremendous losses in men and equipment with the Western Allies advancing
    toward Germany, and the Soviets advancing from the east, it was only a matter of time to the end of Hitler's Nazi Germany...

    WHILE MUCH IS TOO STRANGE TO BE BELIEVED NOTHING
    IS TOO STRANGE TO HAVE HAPPENED

    -THOMAS HARDY-

    January 16, 1945 Adolf Hitler entered into his
    Fuhrerbunker in Berlin, and started one of the strangest episodes of World War II, its a fact,
    that Hitler left the bunker from time to time for meetings in Berlin as time went on, and with the Russians about 60 miles away he kept within the bunker.

    NEATHER WORLD:

    Hitler never lived to see another sunrise or sunset all daily activities, work, meals, bathing and bathroom, his last birthday and even married and died were all underground.
    Hitler suffered from poor sleep patterns up for hours before retiring between 4:00 and 5:00 AM with sleeping on and off until 10:00 or 11:00 AM
    Hitler did from time to time surface he would walk his dog, between artillery and bombing raids as Fuhrer, he awarded Iron Cross Decorations to Hitler Youth, SS and Army Troops.
    On April 30, 1945 Hitler killed himself, Berlin fell to the Russians, on May 7, 1945 the war in Europe was over. The Second World War, has been over for 68 years in another 32 years, it will be 100 years since its end, and still the unanswered questions will be asked, as to what really happened during those last days of Hitler's Third Reich...

    I've always been interested in history, especially
    WWII and the Third Reich

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