Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889 in Austria to Alios Hitler and Klara Polzl. Hitler lived in Austria until the age of 3 at which time he relocated with his family to Germany. Rather than taking Austrian German as his language, Hitler adopted lower Bavarian dialect. This remained his communicative language for his entire life. As a teenager Hitler served as a runner in France and Belgium for World War I. Hitler was eventually stationed in Munich, Bavaria after the war was over. While in Munich, Kurt Eisner, the leader of the Independent Socialist Party, declared Bavaria to be a Socialist Republic. Hitler was completely appalled by thi...
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