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He started giving out orders that would be considered heinous to almost anyone. From the killing of the Jews, to his dictatorship, to even his childhood, Adolf Hitler was a person that liked to rebel, be in charge, and even be behind some of the world’s most violent acts. This history begins way long ago in Europe. On April 20th, 1889, 125 years ago today, Adolf Hitler was born at the Upper Austrian border town of Braunau am Inn, 30 miles north of Salzburg (Wistrich 10 & Adolf Hitler: The 5). Hitler was born to the parents of Alois Hitler Sr. and his third wife Klara Poelzl (Wistrich 10 & Adolf Hitler: The 5).
Hitler, Adolf, and Manheim, Ralph, Mein kampf, by Adolf Hitler, translated by Ralph Manheim Houghton Mifflin company, Boston, 1943 "Adolf Hitler." American Decades. Ed. Judith S. Baughman, et al. Detroit: Gale, 1998.
Adolf Hitler was an extremely powerful man from 1933 to 1945 (Hoffman). He killed millions of people all over Europe, and transformed Germany into a country of war. From his rise to power, to his complete annihilation during World War Two and even his defeat and death, Hitler influenced many and he will always be remembered as the man who attempted to take over the world. Adolf Hitler began to gain respect and political power in 1919, when he joined a small group of men called the Nazis. This was just a year after the First World War had ended, and Germany’s economy was all but booming.
Adolf Hitler was the dictatorial leader of the Nazi party, commanding German forces throughout World War II. He was a fanatic militarist, nationalist, racist and anti-Semite and once he became Chancellor of Germany in 1933 he quickly transformed Germany into a totalitarian fascist state. However, his efforts to create an ethnically purer fatherland for the German people ended in world war and Holocaust. Hitler retained his power in Germany until his suicide just before Germany’s surrender in 1945. Not anyone could have seized power in Germany at that time.
Adolf attended elementary school for four years and entered secondary school at the age of eleven. Adolf's dreams of becoming an artist did not match the government official job his father wanted him to have. These fights over what he wanted to be, lead Adolf to lose interest in getting good grades and dropped out at the age of sixteen.When his father died Adolf roamed the streets of Linz dreaming of his future as an artist. He attended a great deal of operas and loved the musical work by Robert Wagner. At 18, Hitler tried to enter the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna but was rejected twice.
When Adolf hit the age of thirteen, his father passed away. Hitler gave up on school and his dream of being an artist when he applied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and was rejected entry. At the age of nineteen, Hitler's mom passed away. He never told her of the devastating news that the school declined him. Hitler soon after joined the military when World War I started.