Hitler created the first sex dolls: Debauched faces pick sexual spots I — Sex dolls were born in war

In recent years, historical material about the Nazi create of sex dolls has surfaced, presenting readers with another face of the Nazi.

With the rapid popularization of the Internet, “stay home” has become more and more popular. In Japan, sex dolls are almost a necessity for otaku, and there are even tidbits about a man marrying them. The subject matter has also been used heavily in movies and television, such as the 2007 American film Lars and the Real Girl and the 2009 Japanese film Air Doll, in which the main characters are unsociable older unmarried men.

Sex dolls were born during the war, but failed to become an industry in the early days because of technological delays. In the 1970s, artificial materials continued to innovate, and vinyl, latex, especially silicone, were widely used in the production of sex dolls. At the same time, the development of film, television and books also opened up a new world for sexual themes. In Japan, a country that is both conservative and open, the AV industry was born. The diversified change of sexual concepts also gave rise to a market for sexual products, one of which is sex dolls. But sex dolls were first born in Germany.

Sex dolls were first born in Germany

In June 2005, the leading Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera reported that the world’s first sex doll was created by the nazis in September 1941 and was secretly commissioned by Hitler. The report shocked readers around the world by revealing a wealth of historical details. Sex dolls and Hitler together is such an interesting history that some even give Hitler the title of “father of inflatable dolls”. In 2010, the American author Anthony Ferguson published a book called “The Sex Doll: A History,” which also detailed the Nazi invention of sex dolls.

During World War II, the axis powers of Germany and Japan were experiencing a boom in industry. Meanwhile, a large number of soldiers were traveling abroad. For a long time, these soldiers could not have normal access to the opposite sex, so their sexual problems became a “pressing problem”. The Japanese solution was to recruit a large number of military prostitutes, known as “comfort women”, in their own countries, China, Korea and southeast Asia, and to recruit women in their own countries, which the Japanese euphemistically called “women’s marching teams”.

German officer during world war ii

In an attempt to be more humane and hygienic, Nazi Germany created sex dolls that replaced the female sex dolls with imitation functions. This kind of silicone doll in contemporary Japan has been a long development, known as the “inflatable doll.”

The Boghild project

In order to solve the soldiers’ physiological “helplessness”, Nazi Germany developed a secret plan called “The Borghild Project”. According to Corriere Della sera, the mission was assigned by Hitler himself to Heinrich Himmler, the head of the Waffen-ss. The trigger was Himmler’s fear of widespread venereal disease among his soldiers, which neither he nor Hitler could bear, had come from prostitutes of a non-aryan race.

German soldiers and non-aryan prostitutes in bars and dance halls
The soldiers suffered terribly from venereal diseases

Himmler wrote on November 20, 1940: “the greatest danger to our army in Paris is the widespread and unrestricted availability of prostitutes in bars, dance halls, and elsewhere. And it is incumbent upon us to protect the health of our soldiers.” He was referring to the Nazi soldiers who contracted syphilis and gonorrhea from visiting brothels during the occupation of France and Poland. Himmler was convinced that the Nazi army needed sex dolls to replace women.

It is well known that during World War II, the US and Germany sent planes to each other’s territory to hand out pornographic leaflets to demoralize the other side. Besides, the US military handed out many leaflets with pictures and “wonderful” stories, which made the Nazi soldiers crazy. Although the plan “benefits” soldiers, the Nazi soldiers driving trucks and tanks but also carrying inflatable dolls look very funny to the enemy. As a result, project Boghilde was kept secret from the start.

The Boghild project

Not only did the boghild project focus on the big picture, but it did address the most practical needs of Nazi soldiers. Himmler assembled a professional team of wehrmacht specialists to develop the inflatable doll, and the Boghilde project was launched with a number of sterilizing laboratories. The project is being run by the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Dresden.

It was a behind-the-scenes team directly under Himmler, led and supervised by the famous German technologist and synthetic materials expert, FranzTschakert. Himmler first thought of him because of his famous “Woman of Glass” model in the 1930s.The team later joined Joachim Mrurgowsky and Olen Hannussen, along with Rudolph Chargeheimer, a psychiatrist, and Arthur Rink, then an art student turned sculptor. All members of the team must keep this secret from the outside, because it is top secret. It wasn’t until decades after the war that the story began to surface in the media.

The “Boghild” project began in June 1940 and officially ceased operations in January 1942, surviving only a year and a half. But Himmler and his team were as confident in their early victories in Europe. Such confidence stems from their belief that the Aryan people are the best and most intelligent people in the world, and before they made the first sex dolls, they were already worried: what if sex dolls became popular?

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