Nazis Had School For “Talking” Dogs

William Lee Adams peruses a new book by historian Jan Bondeson called “Amazing Dogs: A Cabinet of Canine Curiosities”: ‘According to the book, [Nazi] scientists envisioned a day when dogs would serve alongside German troops, and perhaps free up SS officers by guarding concentration camps. So to unlock all that canine potential, Hitler set up a Tier-Sprechschule (Animal Talking School) near Hanover and recruited “educated dogs” from throughout the country. Teachers claimed a number of incredible findings.’

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