High Hitler: how Nazi drug abuse steered the course of history. German writer Norman Ohler’s astonishing account of methamphetamine addiction in the Third Reich changes what we know about the second world war


the Guardian reports:
The German writer Norman Ohler lives on the top floor of a 19th-century apartment building on the south bank of the river Spree in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Visiting him there is a vertiginous experience. For one thing, he works - and likes to entertain visitors - in what he calls his "writing tower", a flimsy-seeming, glass-walled turret perched right on the very edge of the roof.
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