Did Hitler have a micro-penis? Historians claim Nazi leader suffered from a rare deformity where the urethra opened on the under side of his manhood
- Nazi leader is believed to have suffered from condition called hypospadias
- It means urethra emerges somewhere on the shaft or the base of the penis
- Those affected can have smaller-than-average penises or a micro-penis
- Historians also back up claims that Hitler also only had one testicle
By Simon Tomlinson
22 February 2016
He was famously said to only have one ball.
But now Adolf Hitler is also thought to have had a tiny manhood.
According to two historians, the Fuhrer suffered from hypospadias, a condition that can leave a man with a 'micro-penis'.
It can also mean the sufferer has to urinate out of a hole at the base or underside of the shaft instead of the tip.
The revelations come two months after a German historian claimed medical records showed that Hitler really did only have one testicle – as claimed in famous song The Colonel Bogey March.
Prison documents show Hitler was examined by Dr Josef Brinsteiner in 1923 – and was found to have suffered from an undescended right testicle, according to Professor Peter Fleischmann.
Now in the new book Hitler's Last Day: Minute by Minute, historians Jonathan Mayo and Emma Craigie claim he also suffered from a second deformity, it was reported by The Daily Star.
They wrote: 'Hitler himself is believed to have had two forms of genital abnormality: an undescended testicle and a rare condition called penile hypospadias in which the urethra opens on the under side of the penis.'
The two conditions would go a long way to explaining why the tyrant had a fear of being seen naked and could account for his deep-seated fury.
His personal doctor Theodor Morell, a qualified urologist, is also believed to have noted Hitler's hypospadias.