Meth Nazis


Andreas Ulrich recounts how Germany's war machine became increasingly dependent on amphetamines, morphine and booze.

The Atlantic's Megan Garber has a more details of the military wrangling—and awareness of long-term problems posed by "the ultimate war drug"—that divided the Nazi brass.

Hitler used meth, too, injected intravenously rather than taken in edible form. Ishaan Tharoor covers recently-uncovered information about the furher's habit.