Did British Spies Consider Giving Hitler Female Hormones?

(Telegraph) After Hitler's suicide, examination of his skull raised question whether it was actually his! American researchers claimed that the skull fragment long believed to belong to the Nazi dictator is, in fact, that of an unknown woman.

(Intelnews.org) British spies considered giving Hitler female hormones

AUGUST 15, 2011 BY  | intelNews.org |

Thanks to the tireless effort of intelligence historians, we now have a brand new revelation from spy archives that can proudly stand alongside the CIA’s acoustic kitty, and the plan to poison Cuban leader Fidel Castro with a chemical that would make his beard fall out. This latest disclosure, however, surely tops the list of lunatic covert-operation schemes. According to newly discovered documents, British intelligence planners seriously considered secretly administering small doses of estrogen into the food of Adolf Hitler, in order “to make his character less aggressive”.

According to the documents, British intelligence had managed to recruit a number of agents who were close enough to the German Chancellor to have physical access to his daily meals. It would have been possible, therefore, to tamper with the Nazi leader’s food intake on a routine basis, in an effort to alter his brain chemistry, which, it was hoped, would “soften his character”. The obvious question to ask, of course, is: if British intelligence had access to the Führer’s food, and if his military policies were considered a clear and present strategic threat to Britain’s security, then why not lethally poison him altogether?

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