The D-IX Experiment- Creating Super Wehrmacht soldiers.


There are a lot of conspiracy theories in relation to the Nazi’s using alien technologies. Allegedly a UFO crashed in the Black Forest in 1936 and the Nazi’s reversed engineered its technology to then apply to their own war machinery. Even though I am sceptical about this I try to keep an open mind on this especially when you look at some of the weapons they produced at the later stages of the war.

The V1,V2 and the Horten Ho 229(although this didn’t see any action) all used technologies way ahead of it’s time.

Not all of the Nazi’s more innovative inventions can be attributed to ‘alien’ technology .Besides the advanced weaponry they also managed to invent a ‘chocolate bar bomb’It was made of steel with a thin covering of real chocolate and was detonated when a piece of “chocolate” at the end was broken off after a delay of 7 seconds.


One of these was sent to Winston Churchill but it was intercepted on time.

One of the more sinister ploys was to create Superhuman Soldiers.

D-IX was a methamphetamine-based experimental performance enhancer developed by the Nazis in 1944 for military application.Each tablet contained 5 mg of oxycodone, 5 mg of cocaine and 3 mg of methamphetamine.

The researcher who uncovered this project, Wolf Kemper, said that “the aim was to use D-IX to redefine the limits of human endurance.”.

Nazi doctors were enthusiastic about the results, and planned to supply all German troops with the pills, but the war ended before D-IX could be put into mass production, though it did see limited use among a handful of Neger and Biber pilots.

So-called Experiment D-IX started in November of the year 1944 in Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Eighteen prisoners were marching on the semicircular square, which was used for daily call-overs. The prisoners were carrying backpacks that weighed 20 kilos each. They were circling the square non-stop, Odd Nansen an inmate of Sachsenhausen, recalled  watching them from the window of his barracks. Years later, after the war was over, he said that those marching people on the square were called “pill patrol.” They could march without a rest up to 90 kilometers a day. Everyone knew that they were like guinea-pigs that were used for testing the new method for preserving the energy of a human body.

Hitler’s chemists wanted to find out, how long those people could last. At first, those poor prisoners sang songs and whistled various melodies as they marched. Twenty-four hours later, the majority of them fell down on the ground dead. Nazi chemists tested their new wonder pills on those people. The pills were called D-IX. This was also the work code of the whole experiment. As the Third Reich leaders believed, the new pills were supposed to turn German soldiers into tireless and fearless warriors.

Hamburg-based criminologist Wolf Kemper believes that D-IX pills were Hitler’s last secret development. The pills should have helped him to win the war, which was about to be lost for fascist Germany. It is an open secret that the big-time Nazi propaganda held up any drug addiction to shame. Such propaganda was launched back in 1993: Nazis basically lambasted the “devilish” cocaine – the major drug of the demoralized European Bohemia of the 1920s. However, the Nazi regime did not hesitate to let its soldiers use those drugs, trying to turn them into thoughtless robots.

It is scary to imagine if they’d succeeded though.