Yeah...what about all the good things Hitler did?
ummm, VW bug.
Hitler proposed to build a cheap car that almost anyone could afford. He gave it the name “KdF Wagen,”. KdF was the abbreviation for “Kraft durch Freude” (Strength through Joy), a subsidiary of the German Labor Front. He advised the designer that it should resemble a beetle. In 1934, Porsche submitted the best design — and was awarded the contract. At the 1935 German auto show, Hitler was full of praise for Porsche. He wanted to call the factory the “Porsche Plant,” but Ferdinand Porsche was opposed to the idea. Instead, it became the Volkswagen Plant instead. The car was a huge success (it was made available to citizens of the Third Reich through a savings scheme at 990 Reichsmark, about the price of a small motorcycle), but toward the end of the war resources were low and public availability declined. However, till this day, the legacy of Volkswagen continues to thrive all over the world with its great design and performance.
and the blow up doll.
Hitler reportedly was the first person to approve blow-up dolls for army men. The project was meant to “counterbalance” the sexual desires of German troops and was considered “more secret than top secret”. Media reports had quoted Hitler as saying, “It is our duty to prevent soldiers from risking their health for the sake of a quick adventure.” Later, the plan of using sex dolls for the troops was dismissed in 1942. Many German soldiers refused to carry those blow-up dolls in their back-packs to avoid embarrassment in case they were captured by the British.
Those are two pretty good ones.