Argumentative Essay: The Powerful Life Of Adolf Hitler

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“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually… they will believe you,” this was one of the very many horrible quotes said by the horrific murderer we all know today as Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party, Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. Hitler was known as one of the most horrible tyrants for many reasons which include him taking lead in the mass genocide or the Holocaust. Hitler supporters may think otherwise because he prevented other things from happening like vivisection (animal experimentation.) Overall, Adolf Hitler is an appalling dictator, but even though Hitler has committed multiple crimes throughout his life every adversary has …show more content…
To begin, many agree that Hitler represents evil and he is a brutal murderer. Others may disagree because of the small things he did, but if you look into the reasons to support the claim that the guy is a total monster the little things can’t compare. In 1939, a Swedish parliament member, E.G.C Brandt, sent the Nobel Peace Prize Committee a letter expressing how he felt Hitler deserved the honor more than any of the other nominees. Although today, it seems pretty incredulous, Hitler was a nominee for the 1939 Nobel Peace Prize. First off, even though Hitler cherished animals and did many things to preserve them, there was nothing else he did to deserve such a high honor. Over time, Adolf Hitler proved to everyone that who they thought he was, was completely wrong. According to an article by, three short months after he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize he made a deal with Russia to invade Poland. Once Germany invaded Poland and started the second world war, and broke the deal with his once ally, Russia, and invaded Russian land. Hitler, not only proved to the world that he wasn’t the man they