Hitler’s Parkinsonism changed history: study

Nazi leader Adolf Hitler suffered from Parkinson’s disease, which affected his decision-making during World War II, say US neurology researchers.

They suggest Hitler may have suffered from Parkinson’s from as early as 1933, with film evidence showing progressive motor function deterioration from that point until his death in 1945.

He suffered from reduced motility in his limbs from the early 1930s, and by

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