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Wednesday, 19 November 2008

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Adolf Hitler absolutely adored board games. He was an adept scrabble player, though many thought his personal favourites would have been RISK or Monopoly, or even the long-delayed board version of Genocidal Ethnic Cleansing (for advanced players).

It turned out that behind Adolfs seemingly innocent love of Scrabble, there was a darker aspect to his enthusiasm, apparently he was hoping to create a game that consisted only of a cloned set of all blank super-tiles, making the game into something very messy indeed.

A little known fact as footnote is that his secret favourite was the dice game Yahtzee, and in 1938 he temporarily changed the name of his political group from the Nazi Party to the Yahtzee Party, memorabilia of fluffy dice with swastika emblems are now the most highly sought after war antiques at Sothebys.

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