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von kluge wrote:Thanks, Sylvie!
Well, check this out...
Speer, who was after the War accusing dr.Morell for Hitler's break-down, couldn't even spell the name of Mutaflor pills right (Speer wrote Multiflor) And he also wrote, that Morell propably started giving to Hitler "pervitine" in year 1936, although this drug wasn't even available at that time. But Speer thought all the time, that "his Führer" was filled with amphetamines, perscribed by... yes, you guessed - Theo Morell.
Regards, von k.
von kluge wrote:Xcalibur,
in "Hitlers Leibarzt" (book which I'm reading in Slovene language!) is actually written "pervitin". But I deliberately added "-e", because I thought that would be the right English expression for this drug. So, this is my mistake in spelling, book was OK
And it wasn't me, who found out that Speer misspelled "multiflor" instead of "mutaflor" - just to let you know - I am not such expert in medicines, I was just reporting about what I read in the book.
Neither I said that Speer was the only one who had a lot to say over Morell, not at all. Maybe was this a "side-effect" of Speer's good friendship with dr.Karl Brandt, who was one of Morell's opponents?
Actually, Morell had more enemies than friends and his methods of treating Hitler were questionable to many people... But do you really think he had that much courage to do it? He wasn't treating just anybody outhere, he was Führer's doctor...
R.M.Schultz, thanks - but I really have some doubts about Irving being objective... But I haven't read his book on Morell yet, so I'll check it and see with my own eyes
Greeting, von k.
von kluge wrote:R.M.Schultz, thanks - but I really have some doubts about Irving being objective... But I haven't read his book on Morell yet, so I'll check it and see with my own eyes.
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