Research Paper On Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler

Did you know what hitler wanted to go to school for? He wanted to be an artist. Hitler was the leader of germany from 1933 to 1945. On September 1, 1939 he started World War I. In this paper will cover his early years (Like school, home life, mother, and father). His homeless years in Vienna. What was World War I like for him, and After World War I. The purpose of this paper is to show why hitler did what he did and how became what he was. The reason for this paper is to tell more people about hitler and how his childhood and things that happened as an adult and made him like he was. In Hitler's early years Hitler was born on April 20, 1889. His birthplace was in an inn in Braunau, Austria near the German border(“Zapotary,
The reason for this paper was to understand more about why he was doing what he was doing and how it affected the people in Germany and everywhere else. Why he became the person he was and why he did that. Adolf Hitler had a very difficult childhood and did not have a good relationship with his dad. He had many losses in his life. For the years that he was homeless in Vienna it was at this time where he developed his hatred for jews and started going to meetings about that and started to believe that jew where the cause of everything has happened around the Germany. During the World War I time he wanted to sign up and be in army. But instead he was just and a messenger for the World I. After the world war I he was still working for the military. He was in parties and wanted to seize most of Munich. He was also arrested. That he also ran for president and had he was elected. This topic Adolf Hitler impacts the Holocaust and World War II is that he was the start of it and that if he was not like he was he would have not had World War II. That is the biggest and impact that he had on World War II. What the reader should have taken away from this paper is why Hitler did what he did and why he became the way he did. Also what the reader should take away is that the problems he had when he was littler and the problems he had when he was on his own. How he dealt with all these problems and why he was doing what he was doing. And why he developed his hate for jews and how that happened. That is what the reader should take away from this

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