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Heinrich Himmler's Wristwatch
Wristwatch silver tank

Origin

Heinrich Himmler

Type

Wristwatch

Effects

Absorbs other’s strength and courage

Downsides

Gradual cyanide poisoning

Activation

Wearing and touching another person

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Alcatraz-3563

Aisle

105684-4122

Shelf

388109-8171-182

Date of Collection

March 7, 1948

[Source]


OriginEdit

Heinrich Himmler was one of the most influential political leaders of the Third Reich, overseeing the transition of the Nazi Party into a militaristic group. Following orders from Hitler, he was one of the main architects to the Holocaust, setting up concentration camps to kill Jews, Romanis, political dissidents and other enemies of Nazi Germany. He introduced many of the ideas of Aryan superiority into the party from his own interests in occultism. Himmler was also highly regarded for his organization of the group, appointing effective and ruthless subordinates such as Reinhard Heydrich, and control of security forces such as the Gestapo.

At the end of the war, Hitler placed Himmler in military command of Rhine troops, but failed his objectives and was transferred. Himmler decided the war was already lost and attempted to enact peace talks with the west. Word spread and Hitler ordered his arrest, but the British captured him first, after which he committed suicide by cyanide pill.

EffectsEdit

This artifact enables the wearer of the watch to absorb the strength, courage and stamina of people they touch and use that power for them. After each absorption, the user will grow sicker until poisoned from increased levels of cyanide.

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