Professor Tales von Hoffman, of the University of Copelia-Bratwurst, shocked the historical world last night by claiming that Hitler never existed.

`A careful study of 20th century documents indicates that Hitler never actually existed but was simply a literary-theological type of the actor, Charlie Chaplin. The proof of this lies in the unaccountable number of similarities between them: both had tooth comb moustaches; both were brought up by their mothers; both emigrated to find fame and fortune; both were for a while homeless; both liked appearing in front of the camera; both had silly walks which served to further their careers; and both had a soft spot for dogs.’

‘Given this, belief in Hitler as a historical figure is obviously no longer viable as a credible intellectual option today.’

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