Nazi toilet paper for sale at Dublin auction

Toilet paper issued to Hitler’s army, the Wehrmacht, during World War Two is up for sale at an auction in Dublin.

The unopened roll of Edelweiss brand Klosettpapier (toilet paper) has been valued at between 80 euros (£67) and 120 euros (£100).

The roll is in a “remarkably unused condition”, say Whyte’s auctioneers.

  • Ron MacDonald

    The NAZI’s used toilet paper that was superior to anything used by the British. When I was in the navy every time we tied up next to a RN warship they would steal our toilet paper because the stuff they used was horrible.

    • Ha!

      • ntt1

        While in Britain I found bull dog brand toilet paper while totally unfit for purpose was actually a very good substitute for airmail stationary. it was basically waxed tissue paper.

    • andycanuck

      I’ve read that as recently as Iraq with the explanation given that it was to make it less attractive to locals on the military bases to steal. They still stole it though because it was still better than anything the locals used!

  • Clink9

    I wonder if Illinois Nazi’s use the good stuff or do they cheap out.

    I’m asking for a friend.

  • andycanuck

    No sh1t?

  • ontario john

    I hear the Green Party was bidding on it.

    • andycanuck

      The Brown Shorts!

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Nothing in the world is finer than American Charmin toilet paper.
    Brought some to Russia in ’96; they thought it was made with alien technology.

    • Clink9

      Nazi 2.0 use their left hands, no paper.

    • Clausewitz

      The real world…………

    • ntt1

      it was, it dates back to the roswell incident .Coincidence? i think not.

  • Spatchcocked

    BritRail used wax paper in the bogs as well…George Costanza would have been amazed.

  • Minicapt
  • Heltau

    This is just like obozo, putting his mark on everything he can get his mark on.
    Even when it needs no marking.