According to legend, Hitler received the gold watch as a gift for his 44th birthday in 1933, the year he became Chancellor of Germany. Not sure if he ever wore them though. At the end of the journey, the French soldiers occupying his Alpine castle Berghof took them away as souvenirs.
The European Jewish Association (EJA) has criticized the looting of memorabilia and especially items associated with Hitler and the Nazi regime. According to its president, Menachem Margolin, this item put up for auction leads to the idealization of the Nazi era and does not bear any historical significance.
And when it comes to good or bad djinn events, it’s up to you to keep them. If you hear the notes, there will be no proof that those events took place at all, said sales representative Mindy Greenstein.
A watch that once belonged to Adolf Hitler was sold at an auction in the US for $1.1 million.