Adolf was given singing lessons at the cloister in his village, and at one time when he was young, thought he should pursue being a priest in adulthood. He then was sent to high school were he was to be taught the liberal arts, so he could grow up to be a civil servant. Adolf no longer wanted to grow up like his father though. He was already becoming interested in warfare at age 11, because he found books on warfare. Adolf had great skill in drawing and painting in school, He even once thought being an artist would be a fit profession for him.
Hitler thought that if his father would see how poorly he was doing in technical school that his father would allow him to go to the classical school where he could fulfill his dream. This career choice brought many arguments between Adolf and his father because his father thought that the idea of becoming an artist was ridiculous.
Adolf Hitler was born to Alois and Klara Hitler on April 20th, 1889 in Braunau, Austria. Hitler had shown his intellectual potential, leadership quality, and how popular he could become with his pupils in primary school. Secondary school was much more difficult for Adolf and he began to lose interest in participating in school. Adolf was then told to repeat the year but decided to drop out of school instead at the age of 15. At the age of 18, Adolf moved to Vienna with money that he inherited after the death of his father, who had died in 1903, in order to pursue an art career, his best subject in school.
Adolf Hitler When And Where He Was Born Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau, Austria, on April 20 1889. Adolf was the son of Klara and Alois Hitler. He was very hostile towards his father who was a minor customs officer on the Austro-German border, and deeply attached to his housewife mother. Adolf's father Alois used to beat on Adolf's half brother Alois Jr, but when Alois reached the age of 14 and had had enough of the beating, he ran away from home never to see his father again. This put Adolf next in line, and his discontent father then beat him.
He begged his father to let him attend a classical secondary school, but his father would have nothing to do with it. He insisted that his son follow in his footsteps as a civil servant. As a result, Hitler, in his first year of civil school, failed miserably, claiming he did so on purpose to spite his father. Around the age of 13, Hitler, as a result of living on the German-Austrian border, became interested in German nationalism. A few years later, after his father’s death, 18-year-old Adolph decided it was time to try his luck in art, and moved to Vienna.
Two years later, after progressively becoming worse in his schoolwork, he dropped out (Trueman). Although, after Alois’ death, Hitler persuaded his mother to allow him to pursue his dreams of becoming an artist (Adolf Hitler: Early Years, 1889–1913). Nevertheless, Adolf Hitler had a very challenging childhood, but it would only get worse. Adolf Hitler's adult life included many more trials and struggles as it progressed. Hitler followed his artist aspirations and applied to Vienna’s Academy of Fine... ... middle of paper ... ...o everybody, regardless of race or religion.
Adolf Hitler’s dream before becoming a dictator, was to become an artist. He fought and fought with his father to let him pursue his dream, but his father stayed demanding to the Habsburg civil service. After his father’s death, Adolf Hitler took the entrance exam to the Vienna Academy of the Arts and failed to gain acceptance. Adolf Hitler’s childhood motivated him to create the youth movement. To Hitler, the youth movement was to involve every German child with the community and ready to take on challenges when they grow up.
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.
The Hitler Youth movement’s goal was to prepare young men for the Nazi Party. Joseph and his family rejected Hitler and Nazism, but tolerated the powerful movement in fear of dying. Joseph and his brothers were eventually drafted into the German army. While in the army, Joseph realized how utterly he disliked inequality. Nazi practices, such as slave labor and mass executions, greatly disturbed Joseph.