How many different drugs and medicines was Adolf Hitler taking during the Second World War?

4
14
more than 70
none, as he was afraid of being poisoned
Hitler in the last years of his life was taking a lot of dif­fer­ent medicines which were pre­scribed by his personal doctor Theodor Morell. He reg­u­lar­ly took metham­phetamine (since 1942 he was addicted to it), and also sub­stances con­tain­ing bar­bi­tu­rates, opiates and cocaine. Albert Speer claimed that Hitler's ob­sti­nate re­sis­tance to retreat from the front was caused by drugs in­flu­ence.

Answers distribution

4
14
more than 70
none, as he was afraid of being poisoned
answers
flagthe United Arab Emirates
0%
0%
100%
0%
13
flagGreece
7%
0%
92%
0%
13
flagSwitzerland
7%
0%
88%
3%
27
flagFinland
7%
0%
85%
7%
14
flagFrance
0%
14%
76%
9%
21
flagSweden
6%
9%
71%
12%
32
flagthe Netherlands
0%
12%
70%
16%
65
flagthe United Kingdom
2%
9%
69%
17%
279
flagGermany
3%
7%
69%
20%
195
flagSpain
0%
18%
68%
12%
16
flagNorway
0%
14%
67%
17%
28
flagPoland
3%
13%
64%
18%
12411
flagthe United States
5%
12%
61%
20%
139
flagRepublic of Ireland
8%
8%
58%
25%
36
flagAustria
14%
14%
57%
14%
14
flagUnknown
3%
18%
53%
23%
1288
flagCzech Republic
0%
8%
50%
33%
12
flagCanada
0%
7%
46%
46%
13
flagItaly
4%
16%
45%
33%
24
flagIndia
0%
22%
40%
36%
22

Gender

men59%
women61%
4
3%
2%
14
15%
11%
more than 70
59%
61%
none, as he was afraid of being poisoned
21%
25%

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