…ok actually the exact opposite of it: just thought it would be nice to tell you little Nahhhzies that if you don’t see any Joukkotuhoase on your dash in the coming days it’s not because someone murdered me but because I’M GONNA GO ON A LITTLE 4-DAY ROAD TRIP WITH MY FRIENDS
AND A SHITTY RECREATIONAL VEHICLE WHICH I HOPE WON’T BREAK DOWN IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE.
Anyway, I’ll answer your messages + asks when I get back, take care and remember to read Goebbels diaries, ship Baldseph, Josdolf and Ralbert and reblog that “OH NEIN YOU DIDN’T” gif every time you see it!
Anonymous said: If you had to choose ONE, would it be Baldseph von Schibbels or Josdolf Hitbbels ?
WHAT HAVE I DONE TO DESERVE HORRIBLE SADISTIC CRUEL UNFAIR QUESTIONS LIKE THIS
IT’S LIKE SOPHIE’S CHOICE
I CANNOT PICK ONE
I LOVE BOTH THOSE COUPLES MORE THAN
ANYTHING MANY THINGS
PART OF ME WANTS TO CHOOSE BALDSEPH AS IT WAS THE ORIGINAL AND FIRST NAZI SHIP
BESIDES LET’S FACE IT THOSE TWO ARE FAB AS FUCK TOGETHER
BUT THEN ON THE OTHER HAND JOSDOLF
DEFINITELY THE GREATEST AND MOST HEART-BREAKING LOVE STORY
THAT NEVER HAPPENED
Anonymous said: Ribbentrop was indeed a smoker, and I'm pretty sure Heydrich was as well. I thought Himmler followed Hitler's example and abstained from smoking and drinking, I had no idea Speer was a smoker either.
Despite officially being against smoking and announcing a smoking ban for police personnel and SS officers while on duty, Himmler was in the habit of smoking cigars, at least occasionally - as can be seen in the pictures below.
Himmler started out smoking cigarettes in his youth after WWI, I believe. It wasn’t till later he started with the cigars. There were actually pretty severe punishments for those in the SS who drank or smoked in uniform too much. Along with the punishments Himmler would stick his nose into your business to make sure you’re fine and even wrote personal letters to his men.
This is why the SS nicknamed him Uncle Heini. Because he couldn’t keep his chinless face out of your shit.
REBLOGGING FOR THE LAST SENTENCE
Anonymous said: Do you think Hitler personally killed his dog?
Like with his own bare shaking trembling Nazi hands? OH NEIN HE DIDN’T, he ordered one of the doctors in the Führerbunker to do that on behalf of him.
aghostlyreflection said: As far as I know Heydrich didn’t smoke at all while he was in the navy, and from 1941-1942 he smoked very seldom. As the Nazi dignitaries were supposed to do, he didn’t drink and didn’t smoke (or very rarely), I couldn’t manage to find any photos. But Eichmann saw him smoking at the end of the Wannsee conference (and noted that it was an unsual fact), and so does Müller, and from time to time people notice him smoking. Nothing to do with an addiction tho.
The other day I also tried to find photos of Heydrich smoking but failed. If he did, it must have been a very occasional habit - like you said, by no means a real hardcore addiction.