In the Navajo language, the nickname for Hitler was Daghailchiih, meaning 'he smells his moustache'.
If Adolf Hitler were still alive, he would have been the oldest man on earth since 2003: he was born on 20 April 1889; the last surviving man to have been born before him was the Japanese Yukichi Chuganji who was born on 23 March 1889 and died aged 114 on 28 September 2003.
In 2012, an Indian who opened a shop called 'Hitler' in the city of Ahmadabad in Gujarat was told that the name was offensive to the Jewish community who urged him to change it.
The dot over the letter i in the name was also in the shape of a swastika.
The shop owner, Rajesh Shah said he did not know the extent of Adolf Hitler's atrocities until people began to complain, but only knew that he was a strict man, much like the grandfather of his business partner who was also known as 'Hitler'.
Also in 2012, the Jewish community in Turkey protested at an advert that used old film footage of Hitler to advertise shampoo.
It featured Hitler apparently saying, in Turkish: "If you are not wearing women's dress, you shouldn't be using women's shampoo either!"
The Chief Rabbi's office in Turkey described it as unacceptable and demanded a public apology from the advertising company.
Acciording to the 1945 edition of Who's Who, Hitler's address was Wilhelmstrasse 77, Berlin W.8 and his home phone number was Berlin 11 6191.