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I'm going to take a stab at this because I also have Parkinson's Disease. Parkinsonism is an umbrella term that describes many conditions which share some of the symptoms of Parkinson's. The main symptoms of Parkinson's – tremor, rigidity and slowness of movement – are also the main symptoms of a number of conditions that are grouped together under the term ...


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If we are leaving out the Parkinson's "diagnosis" something to consider that everyone has left out is that on July 20 1944 Hitler had nearly been killed in a bomb plot. This could have had effects on him physically and on his nerves when in basically the same situation.


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During the war many foreigners were interned at Dachau, but in April 45 bomb the SS transferred higher value prisoners to “Arbeitserziehungslager Reichenau”, Innsbruck, Austria. Prior to this a handful of American diplomats trapped in Berlin when war was declared, were eventually released to Switzerland in 1942 in a negotiated exchange. I think the ...


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The currency you posted is from an occupied territory, see the related wikipedia link. If you read carefully, it says: Reichskreditkassen on the bottom, Nazi Germany issued these notes in occupied territories which weren't considered to the Reich's territory. Note that these notes had completely different rules than real Reichsmarks, for example they were ...


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My father was torpedoed off the US east coast by U-653 in May 1942. U-boats were more easily able to cause economic sabotage by sinking ships in US coastal waters than by attacking US ports. U-boats are not equipped to duel with shore batteries. U-boats are very vulnerable because the slightest crack to their pressure hulls will prevent them diving. Their ...


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Here ya go...in case you couldn't find it: http://www.wrightmuseum.org/explore-world-war-ii/the-archive/112-the-day-a-half-ton-of-nazi-uranium-entered-portsmouth-harbor.html


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According to Gannon's book, Operation Drumbeat and a quote from U-123 commander Lieutenant Captain Reinhard Hardegen, from the article Sharkes in the Water, the issue that most deterred U-boats from entering American harbors was that they did not have detailed charts of the harbor and feared running aground. Hardegen said they neither went aground near New ...



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