On April 20, 1889 Braunau, Austria-Hungry gave birth to a soon to be well known man, Adolf Hitler. His father, Alois Hitler, was a customs official and his mother, Klara Hitler, was a kind-hearted lady to her son. Hitler was one of five siblings, but he did not have to compete for his mother’s love for three of his four siblings died either due to the outbreak of diphtheria that was spreading at the time, or the measles. Only his sister, Paula Hitler, was able to survive to adulthood. As time went by, Alois and his family kept moving from place to place, moving from Braunau to Passau, then Hafeld. For six months, Hitler lived across a Catholic monastery. He joined the church choir and was best known for his gifted voice. In this same monastery he first witnessed the swastika, which would later be used as the Nazi’s main sy...
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...throw the Treaty of Versailles, and they wanted to destroy the Soviet Communism that was going on in their time. On November 1, 1936, Germany and Italy signed a treaty of friendship to fight together. Then on September 27, 1940 Italy, Japan, and Germany signed a pact that will make them known as the Axis alliance. This comes to show that anyone who had a common interest with Germany was allied with Hitler but those who opposed were known as their enemies and should be defeated. This was all in Hitler’s mind, and he would let nothing get in his way of world domination.
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