Adolph Hitler

Hitler’s childhood

Adolph Hitler was born in the Austrian town of Braunau-am-Inn on 20th April 1889. Interestingly, he was born on Easter Sunday. His mother is Alois Hitler and his father is Klara Polzl. His family had six children, but only one lived past childhood(Gustav, Ida, Otto, Edmund, and Paul). Alois(his father) was an Austrian customs official and he often took his problems out on his children. He had a generally bad attitude and abusive to his entire family. However, Hitler’s early childhood was very difficult but, he attended two different schools based upon and having high marks and for acting properly in the class, he was praised by his teachers constantly. Once he was finished with primary school, enrolled in the Realschule. At the age of 14, Hitler’s father died (in 1903), after he dropped out of school and moved to Vienna to become a painter. He applied to the Academy of fine arts, where he was twice rejected. On December 21, 1907 death of his mother to breast cancer, and he was no longer required to attend school.

Joining the war

Various factors that contributed to Adolf Hitler’s childhood have contributed to his later personality and style. Though he would grow up to be one of the most well-known political leaders of all time, he had very humble beginnings. He became interested in politics and was heavily influenced by the climate of anti-Semitism that existed in Austria at that time. This nationalism would become the motivating force of Hitler’s life. He moved to Munich of Germany in 1913 and his service in the German Army in World War I. He was present at a number of significant battles. He has been injured in some battles. The experience reinforced his passionate German patriotism and he was surprised by the surrender of Germany in 1918. Like other German nationalists, he purportedly believed that the German army had been betrayed by civilian leaders and Marxists.

Establishment Nazism

In 1919, he joined the German Workers’ Party, As an intelligence officer, he monitored the activities of the German Workers’ Party. In 1920, the party announced its 25-point program(National Socialist German Worker’s Party – NAZIs). In 1921, Hitler replaced Drexler as the Nazi party leader. Hitler personally designed the Nazi party banner, appropriating the swastika symbol and placing it in a white circle on a red background. In 1923, he attempted to seize governmental power in a failed coup in Munich and was imprisoned with a sentence of nine-month. Hitler was unable to overthrow the then-ruling Bavarian government. ​While in prison he wrote his book Mein Kampf which set out his thoughts and philosophies. The book was published a year after Hitler’s release from prison. The first Presentation was published in 1925, and a second Presentation came out in 1927.

Adolph Hitler

Adolf Hitler was a military leader, German writer, and politician. In 1932, Hitler came forward 84-year-old Paul von Hindenburg for the presidency. By November 1932, the Nazi Party had the most seats in the German Reichstag but did not have a majority, Hindenburg was re-elected in the presidential elections, easily defeating Adolf Hitler. After that Former chancellor, Franz von Papen and other conservative leaders persuaded President Paul von Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor in order to promote political balance. Shortly afterwards, “Reichstag” pioneered the founding of Nazi Germany in the Weimar Republic. He then took full control of the legislative and executive branches of the Constitution, and embarked on a systematic suppression of the remaining political opposition. Hitler aimed to eliminate Jews from Germany and establish a New Order to counter. His fascist agenda led to World War II and the deaths of at least 11 million people, including some 5 million Jews.

Adolf Hitler was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945. He serving as dictator and leader of the Nazi Party, or National Socialist German Workers Party, for the bulk of his time in power. His first six years in power resulted in the abrogation of restrictions imposed on Germany after World War I, and the annexation of territories inhabited by Germans. That gave him significant popular support. On January 30th, 1933 Adolph Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany. On July 14, 1933, Hitler’s Nazi Party was declared the only legal political party in Germany. After that in October, Hitler ordered the withdrawal of Germany from the League of Nations. When President Hindenburg died in August 1934 Hitler combined the position of Chancellor and President and made himself Fuhrer of Germany. ​Enabling Act gave Adolph Hitler the power to make laws without consulting the Reichstag for a period of four years. In 1936 Hitler began Versailles by re-occupying the Rhineland, and the move was unopposed by Britain and France.

From 1933 until the start of the war in 1939, Hitler and his Nazi regime instituted regulations to restrict and exclude Jews in society. His policies will trigger World War II, He initiated World War II in Europe by invading Poland on 1 September 1939. In response, Britain and France declared war on Germany two days later. Despite the outbreak of war, Hitler continued his policy of aggression. After that Hitler intensified activities in 1940 when invading Norway, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, Netherland, and Belgium. In January 1942 plans to exterminate the entire Jewish population known as ‘The Final Solution were approved, and the prisoners were exposed to hunger, torture, and horrible brutalities including having to endure horrible and painful medical experiments. At the end of 1942, German forces failed in Operation Felix in the Suez Canal.

On June 6th, 1944, on what would come to be known as D-Day, the Western-allied armies landed in northern France, Throughout late early Germans were pushed back towards Berlin by the Allies in the west and the Russians in the East. As a result of these major setbacks, many German officers came to the conclusion that if Hitler continued it would result in the destruction of the country. In July 1944 an attempt was made to assassinate Hitler. Early in 1945, Hitler realized that Germany was going to lose the war. At midnight, on April 29, 1945, Hitler married his girlfriend, Eva Braun, in his Berlin bunker. On April 30, 1945, Hitler sees himself defeated committed suicide with his wife Eva Braun, in his bunker in Berlin. Berlin fell on May 2, 1945, and five days later (May 7, 1945) Germany surrendered unconditionally to the allies.


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