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.
With the signing of the Treaty of Versaille, Hitler blamed the defeat of Germany on the Jews, Communists, and the weak Weimar government. This is the government which held power following Germany's defeat. With his strong hatred for the Communists, the Jews, and the weak government, Hitler vowed to fight back, and to change the terrible things, which he believed, had been done to Germany.After the War, Hitler found a job as a prison guard sixty miles north from Munich. The job was boring, but it provided him with security, food, shelter, and something to do. When the job ended, Hitler went back to Munich, where he was offered a more challenging job due to his great dislike for the Communists who were provoking revolution in cities throughout Germany.
Alois had the tendency to take his anger out on his kids. He would abuse Adolf to ensure that he would not go down the wrong path. Although Hitler had a very uncaring, critical, aggressive father, his mother was the opposite. She loved Hitler unconditionally and was overly caring. Hitler was a well behaved child in school and usually was doing well academically.
The experience reinforced his passionate German patriotism, and he was shocked by Germany's surrender in 1918 (Biography). This caused him to believe that the German army have been betrayed by the civilian leaders and the sup... ... middle of paper ... ... his own people (Jewish). On April 29, 1945, Hitler married his mistress and dictated his final political statement. He concluded with the same monotonous, obsessive fixation which had guided his career from the beginning. “Above all I charge the leaders of the nation and those under them to scrupulous observance of the laws of race and to merciless opposition to the universal poisoner of all peoples, international Jewry.” On April 30, 1945, Hitler committed suicide before any Allied Power could touch him.
He even said, "The school work was ridiculously easy, leaving me so much free time that the sun saw more of me than my room...” Although as he got older his marks started to slip and the teachers began to get a bad impression of him, he was still very bright (one cannot become stupider). He eventually went on to join the army and become a semi-successful soldier (on the account that he was merely wounded and not killed). CHILDHOOD The Hitler family consisted of the mother, Klara, the father, Alois, and two children, Alois and Angela. Klara gave birth to a baby boy named Adolf on April 20, 1889 at the Pommer Inn. The Hitlers soon moved to Braunau.
When Germany lost the war, he was very disappointed and blamed the Jews for the defeat. He decided he would join the politics to save the country. After the war, Hitler's speaking successes led him to the position of an observer of political groups in the Munich. The German Workers' Party (later renamed as National Socialist German Workers' Party) worked on the same ideas as Hitler - violent racial nationalism and anti-Semitism. Hitler quickly became the new spokesman for the party.
Hitler was a good student. One of the teachers in his high school classified young Hitler as "notorious, cantankerous, willful, arrogant, and irascible. He has an obvious difficulty in fitting in at school." He did well enough to get by in some of his courses but had no time, for Adolf saw no real reason to stay in high school. He left school at age sixteen without a leaving certificate.
Hitler left Austria at the age of 24 years old, partly to leave the Austrian empire which he had started to hate, and, in part, to avoid required military service. At this time, it was 1914, and World War I had broken out. Hitler found a sense of pride and belonging in the German army during The War. He was not a great soldier, but was stoic, and was awarded with the Iron cross at the end of the war. After the war, Hitler became increasingly anti-Semitic, which won the attention of his superiors (Gilber 37).
In Austria, Adolf Hitler was the man that is responsible for the well known "Holocaust" with his socialist party "Nazi Party". It started with Hitler being born in 1889 in Austria, being an only child. He grew up wanting to be an artist and started painting and then applied for Veina School of Art then was rejected twice. After being rejected, he joined the German Military Forece and was injured twice, once termperarily blinded in the hospital, Adolf was told that Germany had surrendered World War I (WWI) and was furious, believing they could have won. After he was out of the hospital he commanded a strike on who was amkign Germany weak and was shortly arrested after.
As time passed his parents worried more and more because his talkative and extremely sarcastic personality was keeping him away from what they knew he was capable of doing. Eventually, his parents ended up sending Gates to a psychiatrist, which was one of the best things they could do because “[it] opened up is mind to a new way of thinking.” (Gates: Road pg 35) His parents knew Gates was smarter then he seemed so they looked for a way to channel his intelligence. They decided to send him to Lakeside School, an all boys reformatory. While he was their, he got involved in the Contemporary Club, which would help him in the future.