Norman Ohler is an author who after writing some novels, turned to non-fiction. His most recent work is called "Blitzed". And he makes the case that Hitler may have been under the influence of some seriously hard drugs, including methamphetamine and cocaine.
The book was published by Penguin Random House and became a New York Times best seller.
According to Ohler, Hitler recieved regular injections of cocktails of drugs, vitamins and animal hormones from his personal physician, Theo Morell. And this may explain the unjustified euphoria and the bad decisions that eminated from Hilter, as the tide of history turned against him.
The episode of conversations, which was originally broadcast in May 2017, was repeated today at 11:00. The podcast can be found at: http://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/conversations/normal-ohler-rpt/9817974,
Quite appropriately it ends with the song "Comfortably Numb" (Pink Floyd).