From our Humor Department:
During a break in the 1938 Munich Talks British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain visited Hitler’s home atop the towering cliff at Berchtesgaden. Hitler was his intimidating self. “I have one million German soldiers who will give their lives for me without hesitation!”
The Prime Minister sat there with his diplomatic poker face.
“I will show you,” Hitler said. “You there. Guard. Jump over the ledge.” At once, the guard jumped down the ledge. The two national leaders got up and watched him fall down and die on the ground far below.
Hitler gestured to a second guard. “You, too.” The second guard hurled himself over the ledge and died.
Then Hitler pointed to a third guard. “Stop! Stop!”, yelled the Prime Minister. He ran up to the guard and asked, “how can you abandon life so lightly?”
He replied, “You call this a life?” and jumped.
Sorry but this story is not true.