Date of birth April 20, 1889 - Date of death April 30, 1945 Bio This German dictator may have been addicted to amphetamine but avoided alcohol and may have suffered from Parkinson's disease. He probably killed himself together with his wife Eva Braun. addict | megalomania | Parkinson's Disease | suicide | teetotaler Outside media Molecular entities amphetamine People Eva Anna Paula Hitler Books, etc. Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich Wounded Monster: Hitler's Path from Trauma to Malevolence Movies - Choose - 2 Days in Paris About Time American History X Barton Fink Beat the Devil Belle and Sebastian Betty Blue Blazing Saddles Café Society (2016) Calvary Come What May (2015) David Helfgott: A Musical Journey Death to Smoochy Diplomacy (2014) Downfall Dummy Exodus Flame and Citron Florence Foster Jenkins Guys and Dolls His Girl Friday Hot Tub Time Machine Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark Infinitely Polar Bear Julien Donkey-Boy La Rafle Lilies of the Field (1963) Little Girl Manhattan Margaret Monsieur Verdoux My Fellow Americans My Zinc Bed Night Train to Munich OSS 117: Lost in Rio Patch Adams Project X (2012) Radio Days Smokin' Aces Soapdish St. Vincent Storytelling Süskind The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared The Americanization of Emily The Damned (1969) The Good Shepherd (2006) The Great Escape The History Boys The Monuments Men The Railway Man The Remains of the Day The Sound of Music The Stranger (1946) The Sum of All Fears What's in a Name? When Do We Eat? (2005) Woman in Gold Zelig Comments View the discussion thread.