After WWI, Hitler’s hatred on Jews grew, saying that Germany had been subverted by a Jewish/Communist conspiracy and that therefore World War I had never been lost (The History Place). Germany was in a very poor state, so in 1923 the Nazi party, which numbered 50,000, and Hitler launched a failed plot in Munich against the Weimar Republic. After the failed plot Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison for treason, but only served nine months. During his time in jail he wrote Mein Kampf. This book was Hitler’s plans for the future.
Hitler was actually holding rallies against Jews, since October 30, 1923. According to Robert Carr, Ebsco database author, “ Hitler's attempted coup in Munich, in November 1923, ended in failure and incarceration (Carr, 1).” Also according to Robert Carr, Hitler was sentenced to five years, in jail, but he only served time for... ... middle of paper ... ...t was a horrific war. So the facts show that if the United States of America stepped in and attacked Adolf Hitler sooner. Works Cited "Adolf Hitler." World of Criminal Justice.
Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was born to Alois and Klara Hitler on April 20th, 1889. His childhood was unhappy, but not totally miserable. His father wanted him to be a civil servant, but Adolf wanted to become a painter. Hitler did well in Elementary school, but later on he failed miserably, which he blamed his teachers for. His father died in 1903, and Adolf dropped out of school two years later.
He became very interested in art and he was a great student in his early school years but his talents wore off as he reached higher grades. Hitler had spent four years in Realschule in Linz. He had left school to become a painter. He became very unpopular and he went straight from the top to the bottom. In October 1907 he had left home from Vienna, where he remained until 1913 leading a bohemian, vagabond existence.
Born in Austria in 1889, Adolph Hitler lived an unremarkable life for years. He saw himself as a great artist but failed the exams to get into art school. In 1913, he left Austria and enlisted in a Bavarian regiment to fight on the Western Front. After the war, he ended up in low-level political intelligence work for the army (Boyes and Lebor, 2001). How did someone with such a humble background become a world figure?
Adolf suffered from frequent lung infections, and he quit school at the age of 16, partially the result of ill health, but mainly the result of poor schoolwork. In 1906, Adolf traveled Vienna to seek his fortune, but he wasn't able to get admission to any prestigious art school. Hitler spent six years there, living on a small amount of money left for him from his father supplemented with an orphan's pension. On the verge of becoming penniless by 1909, he wandered Vienna as a transient, sleeping in bars, flophouses, and shelters for the homeless, including, ironically, those financed by Jewish philanthropists. It was during this period that he developed his prejudices about Jews, his interest in politics, and the sharpening his debating skills.
Losing the people he loved, getting rejected from art school, and having a lack of relationships,inspired Hitler to make decision that led to World War II. Adolf Hitler, was born on April 20th 1889 in a small Austrian town called Braunau, near to the German border. Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany from 1933 until his suicide in 1945. Hitler was responsible for starting World War II and for killing more than 11 million people during the Holocaust. He was the German dictator who fought aggressively against some western ideologies, and almost successfully manages to lead a single nation to victory against the rest of the civilized world, and the world’s greatest powers.
When Hitler found this out he was furious about the collapse of the war effort. After the war Hitler went into politics and helped create the Nazi party. Sick of the German government Hitler and a few other followers threw a coup d etat aganist the German government. After his coup d etat falied Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison. While in prison he wrote the book "Mein Kampf" which in english translates to "My Struggle".
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