Following World War I, in 1918, Adolf Hitler blamed Germany’s economic and militaristic downfalls on the Jewish. Through the use of established anti-Semitism, Hitler orchestrated the mass extermination of Jews, killing more than six million, and reshaping the social and cultural landscape of Germany in Europe. In April 20, 1889, born in Austria, Hitler was the third son of Alois and Klara Hitler. His father retired from civil service in 1895, when Hitler was only six, which created a tense, strict atmosphere at home. His father then passes away when Hitler was only 13 years old and his mother, Klara for her children. Times were tough for the Hitler household. In 1905, at age 16, Adolf quit school and never returned. He dreamed of becoming an artist, so in 1907 he applied to the painting school at the Vienna Academy of Art, but did not pass the entrance exam. After his mother passed away just a few months later from breast cancer. Later, Hitler again tried to apply to the Vienna Academy of Art, but this time he was not even allowed to take the test. He spent the next four years in Vienna, living off what little he earned from selling postcards of his architectural drawings and the small inheritance from his mother. During this period of time, Hitler started to dabble in politics and became especially influenced by pan-Germanism. He then moved to Munich, and in 1913 Germany broke out into World War I. After the war, the subsequent inflation made even finding a job and day-to-day living difficult for the average German citizen. He later found a group he liked and joined as the 55 member and then leader. On November 9, 1923, he attempted a coup of the government, the Beer Hall Putsch, failed and was sentenced to five years at Landsberg Prison. Which he only served nine months of his term; he used this time to formulate his thoughts about a new Germany, which he made into a book called Mein Kampf "My Struggle." Once he was released, he continued on his road to ultimate power. After legally gaining power in Germany, Hitler quickly began solidifying his position by putting those that disagreed with him into concentration camps. He created massive amounts of propaganda that strengthened German pride by blaming all their problems on Communists and Jews. Then after World War II was over the Holocaust began. Hitler became important in history because he was principally,
Adolf Hitler’s rise to power couldn’t have been stopped. Adolf Hitler read dictator since the day he born. When Adolf Hitler finally was on his own dictatorship came right through on his personality as a young adult. When Adolf Hitler became the official dictator of the Nazis in Germany his true colors shown, he meant business and couldn’t be stopped when he put the Jews in the concentration camps. Everyone in Germany was scared of the all-powerful Nazi Leader Adolf Hitler.
Adolf Hitler was born…
Adolf Hitler: Violent Leader with a Remarkable Legacy
Adolf Hitler, also known as Der Fuehrer, responsible for World War II and killing about eleven million Jews in the Holocaust, was one of the most violent and powerful leaders to ever live. But is he still considered a great leader despite his damaging actions?
When joining the Nazi Party, Hitler saw the perfect opportunity to take over. Despite the many who disagreed with his personal drive, there were others who felt Hitler would pose…
applied to the Vienna Academy of Arts hoping to start a career in painting. Hitler took the admission test and passed it, but when it came down to submitting a piece of art, Hitler�s watercolor was rejected. Adolf was rejected from the academy and felt no disappointment, although, Hitler was more concerned with a dying woman whom he loved greatly,I had this idea, kind of like the loves of Adolf Hitler, from his teenage years to his affair with his niece up until his suicide with Eva Braun. Do you…
Hitler’s Rise to Power
Hitler started out his life with a childhood that wasn’t our idea of a “good” childhood. He grew up rarely a father. And when he did have a father he was very strict and harsh. His older brother often took most of his father’s violence and rage. Until one day he ran away so he never had to see his father again. Which meant Adolf (the second child now at age 13) was now first in line to be the father’s punching bag. After Adolf’s father’s death, he tried to follow his dream…
Adolf hitler- 1889-1945
Dad – alois schickelgruber
Older – stepdad
Married – children-
Remarries- 50’s klara
- 4 childern only two survive, adolf and paula
- Adolf –mom is affectionatle
- Braunau (dean german border)
- Dad is a costums officer’’
Adolf 3 yr old when he moved to germany
13yrs old dad dies
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Adolf Hitler was born on 20th April, 1889 in the small Austrian town of Braunau near the German border. Hitler’s parents had come from the poor and peasant families. His father Alois Hitler, was intelligent and an ambitious man and later became a senior customs official.
Klara Hitler was Alois wife Klara had 5 children but only Adolf and a younger sister, Paula, survived to
Become adults, Alois was 23 years older.
Hitler did extremely well in primary school and it appeared that he…
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. The town is near to the Austro-German border, and his father, Alois, worked as a customs officer on the border crossing. His mother, Klara, had previously given birth to two other children by Alois, Gustav and Ida but they both died in their infancy. He was baptized a Roman Catholic. They said that it was possible that Adolf’s grandfather was Jewish.
Adolf Hitler’s dad got married to Klara Polzl. When Adolf was born,…
Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Following the death of his father, Hitler pursued his passion for art. He attended art school and was able to express his art freely. Hitler then moved to Vienna in high hopes of attending the Vienna Academy of Art. His application was rejected. He later applied to the Vienna School of Architecture and was again rejected. As he struggled to make ends meet on the streets of Vienna, his only sources of income came from selling…
Adolf Hitler, a name that comes to mind as the mass murderer of the 40’s. His name has been unquestionably etched into our history books because of his slaughtering during the Holocaust. When we see Hitler in any given text, it is socially accepted as the norm that he is represented as a pure demon. No other individual in surrounded by such an aura of pure malice that it truly reaches new levels. Its amazing how one name can trigger a thousand thoughts and emotions. How onecvcan one name so easily…
Adolf Hitler (1889 – 1945) was an iconic Austrian born German politician who, through his works, was responsible for approximately 11 million deaths. He was the leader of the Nazi Party and was at the very centre of World War II and the Holocaust. Though his doings were cruel and brutal, Hitler was one of the most influential people to walk this earth and was a very dictatorial leader who fought for what he believed in and for what he wanted.
Hitler was born in 1889 and had a…