German chancellor, baseball record holder
On August 12, 1936, Adolf Hitler put his name in baseball record books by making sure that 125,000 people were in attendance for the baseball exhibition game at the 1936 Olympics held in Berlin, Germany. Hitler also used the sport as a way to gather intelligence from American players who were in Germany.
Learn more about the intel and recon mission that Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun embarked upon using baseball as their ruse in Chapter 44 of Weaponized Baseball.
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