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Thread: Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

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    Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

    Yes, it matters. Or I wouldn't ask you r tard.

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    Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

    No, I don't think he did. He had more important things to worry about.

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    Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

    does it matter?

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    Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

    He was hollow not the earth

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    Did Adolf Hitler believe that the earth is hollow?

    "During World War II, Adolf Hitler also believed in the hollow Earth theory. He sent an expedition to a Baltic island to locate an entrance into the Earth to find a way to photograph the British fleet across the hollow,concaved surface of the sphere."

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