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.
... ... middle of paper ... ... extermination camps, seriously interfering with the war effort. An officers plot to assassinate Hitler and the end of the war failed in 1944. Finally on April 30, 1945, with all of Germany overrun by Allied invaders, Hitler committed suicide in his Berlin bunker, as did his long time companion Eva Braun, whom he had married the day before. Hitler had a charismatic personality of overpowering forcefulness. An amoral man, rootless and incapable of personal friendships, he looked to his fellow humans as mere bricks in the world structure he wished to erect.
To his relief Adolf’s father died three years later in 1903 (Adolf Hitler Biography). When his mother allowed him to drop out of school in 1905 Adolf Hitler moved to Vienna and worked as a watercolor painter and casual laborer(Adolf Hitler Biography). While there he attempted to get into the Academy of Fine Arts two times but both of the times he was denied. Jobless and broke Hitler lived in a shelter for the homeless until World War One started and he decided to join the German army (Biography for Adolf Hitler). After being temporarily blinded from a ga... ... middle of paper ... ... acts of violence he committed against humanity.
Hitler’s main goal was to become a painter, so he decided to drop out of school and move to Vienna at the age of 16, hoping to get closer to reaching his goal. While spending several years in Vienna, Hitler collected many many different views on life, including hatred toward Jews, but only after he wasn’t accepted into the Academy of Arts (“Adolf Hitler: Early”). Hitler had one goal as a child, to be an artist, but after he was denied access into the Academy of Arts, Hitler was mentally broke down. Only one year later, Hitler found himself living a life in homeless shelters (“Adolf Hitler: Early”). Hitler was starting t... ... middle of paper ... ...e last memory of Hitler’s eventful life was the marriage with Eva Braun.
He was rejected twice by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna once in 1907 and 1908, for his “unfitness of painting”. On December 21, 1907 Klara Pölzl died at 47. After his second rejection Hitler had ran out of money. In 1909 he had moved into a homeless shelter and by 1910 he moved into a house for working men. While living in Vienna it was a place where racism and religious prejudice was very popular at this time, although it’s hard to narrow down where he learned his Semitic attitude from because many have said he had one since a child.
(Maya productions, 2014) After the death of his father in 1903 Adolf dropped out of school. Unsatisfied with his life at home he reached out to find a pathway of success in an area of work that suited his skills and passion. He was 13 and moved to Vienna to become a painter. He applied to the Academy of Fine Arts twice but he was rejected both times. Being rejected would leave the impression that his work was lacking talent and influenced him to give up on painting.
Hitler moved to Vienna and worked as a casual laborer and a watercolor painter (Biography). He tried to apply to the Academy of Fine Arts to pursue his dream of being a painter, but was rejected twice. Out of money, he moved into a homeless shelter, where he remained for several years, Hitler later pointed to these years of as the time when he fist cultivated his anti-semitism (Biography). At the outbreak of World War I, Hitler applied to serve in the German army (Biography). Even though Hitler spent most of his time away from the front line, he was present at some of the most significant battles.
She died in 1907.Hitler did not do well in school and he dropped out of high school. He was eager to become an artist, so he applied to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 1907 and 1908 but he was rejected both times. During his spare time he read alot, developing anti-Jewish and antidemocratic views. When World War I started Hitler was rejected by the Austrian Army, but accepted by the German Army. He served as a messenger on the Western Front for most of the war, taking part in some of the bloodiest battles.
Adolf Hitler did not live a very long life, but during his time he caused such a great deal of death and destruction that his actions still have an effect on the world nearly 50 years later. People ask what could've happen to this small sickly boy during his childhood that would've led him do such horrible things? For Adolf it might have been society, rejection from his father, failure as an artist or was he born to hate?Adolf was born in Braunau, Austria in 1889. His father, Alois was a minor customs official, and his mother was a peasant girl. Adolf attended elementary school for four years and entered secondary school at the age of eleven.
Hitler's original dream was to be a great artist, but after being rejected from art school for the second time, he ended up an orphan, homeless, jobless, and friendless. After sleeping under bridges and parks for months, he eventually wondered into a shelter, where he met a man named Hanisch. With this man he went into business selling paintings and sold almost every single one(Giblin). Even if he was not accepted into art school, in many ways he would still be defined as a successful artist. Adolf eventually quit the business and moved to Munich with the money recently received from his father's estate.