Adolf Hitler’s phone, which he used to dictate his commands to his army, is going to be auctioned , a US auction house has said. The phone has Hitler’s name engraved on it and it was found in the Nazi leader’s bunker after his defeat.
An Auction house, known as Alexander Historical Auctions, estimates its worth at around $300,000. The auction house said that the phone can be considered the most destructive weapon of the World war 2, since it sent millions of people to their deaths.
The phone is being sold by British Brigadier Ralph Rayner’s son as it was found by Ralph Rayner in Hitler’s bunker.