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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- During 1933-1945, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party ruled most of continental Europe. Hitler was commander in war efforts and had interesting goals he wanted to accomplish as ruler. Hitler believed that Jews were to be destroyed, he wanted to get rid of the entire race because according to him, they had no purpose of living. The Holocaust is now famously known for the mass murders of the Jews. About six millions Jews were murder in Europe under Hitler’s orders. The Jews were put into concentration camps better described as “death camps” and this was done to separate this race from everyone else....   [tags: Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler: Pure Evil

- Adolf Hitler was a man filled with self-indulgent acts and was abominable towards others -- a man who, even to this day has destroyed his reputation. The majority of Hitler actions were filled with artifice. Everything about this man was evil. Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, at the Gastof zum Pommer , in Braunau am Inn, in an Austria town near the border of Bavaria, Germany. Hitler’s parents were Alois Hitler and Klara Hitler née Pölzl . Although Adolf was the fourth child born to his family, he was the first child to survive infancy ....   [tags: Adolf Hitler Biography]

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Adolf Hitler And The Second Reich

- In World War II, Adolf Hitler took over a regime named “The Third Reich.” Hitler and supporters became people whom chose the fate, treatment, and punishment of the Jewish people. In the context of Nazism, it will entail the atrocities and shameless acts made upon these victims. The Jewish people were forced to such atrocious acts of violence that many people today do not believe it once happened. Nazism The Third Reich began a belief that there was subhuman and superiority races. A race is defined as “a group of persons related by common descent or heredity.” (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/race) Adolf Hitler and his regime were German; his victims were of Jewish population....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Schutzstaffel, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- ... Finally, Hitler and Nazi had consolidated power in Germany from 1933 till 1945. Controlling a country starts from the laws made. The day after Marinus van der Lubbe’s attempt to set the Reichstag on fire, the parliament passed the ‘Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of the People and State’ which stripped the rights of the German citizens with the excuse of maintaining the order of Germany. On the decree Section 5, crimes, like high treason, arson, explosion, etc., under the Criminal Code could be punishable with death....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler And The Holocaust

- Their hands arose as the Führer passed by. Chants grew louder and louder; “Heil Hitler. Heil Hitler.” This was their leader, a man who the children looked up to, and the reason why Germans were able to return to work. Hitler, a leader who was praised in his time era, however, today is seen as the reason behind the holocaust, a unique event in history. Adolf Hitler who served as a dictator from 1934 to 1945 said: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” (GoodReads) Hitler told lies, yet his biggest one was saying the Jews were an inferior race....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, The Holocaust]

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The Life of Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler was born April 20th, 1889 in Austria to Klara and Alois Hitler Sr. His father worked for the government as a customs agent and had been previously married. In that marriage he had two children, Alois Jr. and Angela. After he got married to Klara they had three more children; Hitler, Edmund, and Paula. Through out his life Hitler experienced both the good and the bad. His father drank heavily, which left his family at his mercy. He usually beat his wife, kids, and sometimes even his dog....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi, history, Biography]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Movement

- ... Another famous Nazi propaganda poster was geared to students. This influencing poster highlights a young, swastika-waving German student with the title, “The German student fights for the Führer and the people.” The central character is the physical manifestation of the ideal Nazi for the Aryan race: youthful, robust, blond and dedicated. The Hitler youth was educated from a young age what the “perfect” race and to fight for their Führer. (*Both Propagandas are on the title page) While children were in school, they were exposed to the Hitler Youth Movement, Hitler Jugend for boys 14-18 and Jungfolk for younger male students....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Hitler Youth, Nazism]

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Origins Of The Fuhrer By Adolf Hitler

- Origins of the Führer The Führer, also known as Adolf Hitler, was the Chancellor of Germany as well as head leader of the Nazi party 1933-1945. The origins began off the break of World War. 1914, Hitler enlisted to fight side by side with the German army. In 1919 Hitler was sent back to Munich after demobilization. After Hitler 's service in the war as a Corporal, Hitler was awarded an Iron cross for his acts of bravery during the war. Hitler certainly believed he had a destiny, a special destiny that he could liberate Germany and to make it superior....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Nazi Germany, Germany]

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Adolf Hitler : The Leader Of Germany

- People have been idolizing leaders forever. These idolized leaders may be good or they may be bad. Adolf Hitler was born in Austria in April 1889. In August 1914, despite being an Austrian citizen, he joined the German Army to fight in World War I. After the war his German patriotism grew since he was bitter over Germany losing. In 1932 Hitler ran for German president but, was elected as chancellor. A year after being appointed as chancellor, he became the head of state as well. Hitler was the leader of Germany from 1933-1945....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Germany]

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Adolf Hitler As A Theological Perspective

- ... After his father passed away, and as a young man, Adolf Hitler moved to Vienna in 1907 at age nineteen. He aspired to be an artist, enrolling in the painting class at the Academy of Fine Arts. He failed the entrance exam twice, and shortly thereafter, his mother died. Joachim Fest quotes Hitler himself as saying of that time, “‘Even today…the mention of that city arouses only gloomy thoughts in my mind.’” (7) From these failures and losses, Hitler did not recover, nor did he seek to better himself....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Joseph Goebbels]

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Adolf Hitler As A Civil Servant

- ... Also in 1919 Hitler started attending anti-semitic meetings, his striking words and his miraculous speeches made more and more people join the Nazi party. He became the leader of the NSDAP in 1921. By 1923 the NSDAP party which would later be referred to as the Nazi party had about 56,000 members. Hitler started to build an army which were called storm troopers. The storm troopers wore a swastika emblem by 1932 his army had about 15,000 members. On november 8, 1923 Hitler planned a revolution which was called the beer hall putsch, he tried to take over the Bavarian Government....   [tags: World War II, Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Regime

- During World War II in Europe, many non-Jewish individuals became anti-Semitic and obedient to Adolf Hitler’s tyrannical rule. Their public and private perspectives seemed to merge as many citizens under the rule of the Third Reich displayed extreme social conformity and obedience, following religiously the cult-like beliefs of the Nazi regime (Koonz, 2003). During his rise to power, Adolf Hitler employed a number of very deliberate techniques of social influence designed to sway public opinion, beliefs, and behaviors....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Nazism, Adolf Hitler, Sociology]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- ... I was soon to find out where went. A few of the workers came into the Factory late, and wearing their Sturmabteilung Uniforms. Their leader, a factory worker named Franz who I talked to occasionally immediately directed his men to another worker, a man who went by Johan. They told him that the he was to be arrested soon by the police for his communist activities, and that they were going to make sure he did not go anywhere until they arrived. Sure enough, the police showed up and arrested Johan....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Reichstag fire]

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The Final Solution By Adolf Hitler

- ... Propaganda was used by the Natzi to trick the German Civilian as a whole. The Natzi took advantage of the media to convince German Civilians about the Final Solution and declaring war. Citizens in other countries were afraid to speak up because the terror that the Natzi drilled into them. "Deceiving the Public." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, 02 July 2016. Web. 16 July 2016. Daniel Goldhagen once said that ordinary Germans were Hitler’s willing accomplices, but I do not agree....   [tags: Nazi Germany, World War II, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler And The Holocaust

- It is a shared opinion that Hitler, like many other leaders in our history, was a monster. After renouncing his dream to become an art student and turning to politics, Adolf Hitler managed to swindle an entire country to their knees and created the most gruesome event known to mankind. Adolf Hitler was the man behind the Holocaust, a twelve yearlong detrimental event that altered the world forever. The Holocaust is commonly known as the worst thing to happen in human history. Hitler will forever be known as the man who tried to demolish the world, the biggest human-like monster the world will ever come to know....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler And The Holocaust

- ... The death of his six year old brother, Edmund, caused a young Adolf to turn into a lugubrious boy. Adolf had only one actual friend throughout his childhood and his name was August Kubizek. August recalled Adolf being an introverted boy, especially after the passing of Edmund. August and Adolf shared an apartment in Vienna, where they helped each other with their respective talents. The friends were very encouraging towards their dreams. When they applied to the college in Vienna, Kubizek was accepted, and Hitler was rejected....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, Nazism]

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The Rise Of Adolf Hitler

- ... But it was not only there, also in schools they stared teaching against Jews. The Jewish children were embarrassed by the teachers and the non-Jewish kids. In 1935 the violence toward Jews stared, some laws were passed. Jews lost their citizenship in Germany and they couldn’t marry non-Jews. They also had to pay a fine to get out of the Germany, and the ones that couldn’t pay they had to stay in horrible conditions. They had no food, water and in stores wouldn’t sell them anything. This is one of the facts that show that Adolf Hitler was one of the major impacts or a major event in the 20th century....   [tags: World War II, Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler And His Life

- ... While Hitler was serving a year of prison time he was busy constructing the first collection of Mein Kampf meaning “My Struggle”. Hitler’s book was exceptionally blunt at pinpointing the plans that he had for Germany and the ideas for an anti-Semitic, one race society. It was after this that Hitler’s vision and master plan really took off. As Germany and the rest of the world was going through a great depression in the early 1900s, right after the first World War, this allowed a discrete advantage to Hitler and for him to infiltrate his plans into the German government and to the German masses....   [tags: World War II, Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler]

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Mein Kampf, By Adolf Hitler

- ... From this book Hitler was also able to keep his ideals alive and attempt to takeout the Jewish religion once and for all. As Heiden wrote at the end of his book, “The piles of corpses on June 30, 1934, must have given him the final proof that since 1919 his path of murder and violence had been the right path to greatness.” (Der Fuehrer, Page 772.) From this passage it is quiet clear that even Hitler realizes that he has reached true evil in order to conquer his goal in becoming leader. This is were Hitler realized that there was no turning back for him and that evil was the only way to continue in being a leader....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Germany, Mein Kampf]

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The Rise Of Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler Six years before WWII, a long-ignored radical German political party sprung into power and soon claimed control over the entire nation. The rise of this party, the National Socialist German Worker’s Party (NSDAP), was often attributed to the common hatred of the German people towards the Treaty of Versailles and the economic collapse due to the Wall Street Crash. However, while the failing economy did encourage the Nazi party 's rise, their domination over the German nation would not be possible without the exceptional political abilities of the party leader Adolf Hitler....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, Nazism, Nazi Germany]

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The Rise Of Adolf Hitler

- ... “Hitler also concerned himself with political observations, admiring the effective leadership and organization of the Social Democratic Workers ' Party in Vienna. He developed a growing hatred for Jews and Slavs. Like many German-speaking Austrians, Hitler became fiercely nationalistic. No form of government could last, he thought, if it treated people of different nationalities equally” (Hoffmann). In 1913 Hitler moved to Munich, and because of the outbreak of World War I he joined the Bavarian army....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, Nazism, Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler And Fidel Castro

- Adolf Hitler and Fidel Castro have lots of similarities and differences. For example they both used the weakness of their enemies, propaganda and sense of nationalism. They also have differences such as Castro came into power with a revolution while Hitler didn’t. Hitler was part of Nazi Party while Castro didn’t have a party. It was just him and his supporters. On their rise to power both Hitler and Castro used the weakness of their opponents. For Hitler it was the Weimar Government and for Castro it was Batista....   [tags: Nazism, Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Fascism]

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Adolf Hitler And Fidel Castro

- Adolf Hitler and Fidel Castro are two sing party state dictators that when you compare them you find out they are reasonably similar. For example they both used the weakness of their enemies, manipulating propaganda and the pandering to the sense of nationalism of the public to gain support. There are some notable differences between them though such as how Castro came into power with a revolution while Hitler didn’t. Hitler was part of Nazi Party while Castro didn’t have a party. It was just him and his supporters....   [tags: Nazism, Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Fascism]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Nazis

- ... He encouraged the hatred towards the jews and the jews and then he would kill them in mass numbers creating an evil country. The goverment feild before Adolf hitler was nearly at the edge from falling over from an economic depression and was litterally on its knees.As said in the article “millionss were unemployed,thousands of small buissneses had failed,homelessness and and starvation were real possibilities for evreyone.. The german people were desperate for relief from the tremendous personal suffering brought on by the great depression,now two years old”(History Place).Showing that basically what germany needed was somebody who would help them get out of their depression and hitler w...   [tags: World War II, Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- ... The cost of living was out of control with the inflation. “The salary of sixty-five thousand marks brought home the previous Friday was no longer sufficient to buy a packet of cigarettes on Tuesday (p55.) Following the aftermath of the terms and conditions set on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles Germany would lose many of its industrialized cities which would bring the economy to a halt. “Some days there was no electricity, on others no trams” (p32). These events set into motion the start of the Nazi party which was formed in 1920....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Nazi Germany, World War I]

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Adolf Hitler And The Reich Citizenship Law

- In September 15, 1935 Nazi Germany’s Reichstag enacted the Reich Citizenship Law. This law was not the beginning, but one of many of the Nazi government’s attempts to create a uniform sense of community in Germany. Prior to 1933, Germany’s government was ruled by the Weimar republic, which took over after WW1. Citizens of Germany were upset with the economic and political problems that plagued the country following the Treaty of Versailles, and were desperate for a charismatic leader who offered change and promised to fix these plaguing issues....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler And His Life

- ... Hitler was one of the worst men in history because of his acts. The first act that Hitler did to get to power was to start the Nazi party and tell everyone the reasons why he is right about the way he thinks. Followed by the attempt of changing the face of Europe by invading and taking over other surrounding countries. Lastly the way that Hitler attempted to exterminate all the jews and killing over 9 million of them. It all began with Hitler rising to get his power of Germany. With the Great depression going on Hitler had the perfect opportunity for people to listen to him and actually for people to believe in his reasons because the people had no other type of help into making Germany...   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Nazism, Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler ( German )

- ... Hitler aimed to eliminate Jews from Germany and establish a New Order to counter what he saw as the injustice of the post-World War I international order dominated by Britain and France. His first six years in power resulted in rapid economic recovery from the Great Depression, the effective abandonment of restrictions imposed on Germany after World War I, and the annexation of territories that were home to millions of ethnic Germans—actions which gave him significant popular support. Hitler sought Lebensraum ("living space") for the German people....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Nazi Germany, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler As A Leader Of Nazi Germany

- Adolf Hitler Ciera Lamb Mr. Reeves Senior English IV March 3, 2015 Contents Introduction..................................................................................3 Early Life......................................................................................3 Rise to Power................................................................................4 Drug Use.......................................................................................5 Nazi Party.....................................................................................6 The SS..........................................................................................7 Holocaus...   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazi Party]

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Adolf Hitler As A Leader Of The Nazi Party

- "Hitler" redirects here. For other uses, see Hitler (disambiguation). Adolf Hitler Bundesarchiv Bild 183-H1216-0500-002, Adolf Hitler.jpg Hitler in 1938 Führer of Germany In office 2 August 1934 – 30 April 1945 Deputy Rudolf Hess (1933–41) Position vacant Preceded by Paul von Hindenburg (as President) Succeeded by Karl Dönitz (as President) Reich Chancellor of Germany In office 30 January 1933 – 30 April 1945 President Paul von Hindenburg (until 1934) Deputy Franz von Papen (1933–34) Position vacant Preceded by Kurt von Schleicher Succeeded by Joseph Goebbels Leader of the Nazi Party In office 29 June 1921 – 30 April 1945 Deputy Rudolf Hess Preceded by Anton Dr...   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler, A Native Of Austria And Born

- Adolf Hitler was a native of Austria and born on April 20, 1889 at Braunau-am-Inn; on the Bavarian border. His father, Alois, was illegitimate, and for a time bore his mother’s name Schicklegruber. By 1876 he had established his claim to the surname Hitler. Adolf never used any other name, but the name Schicklegruber was revived by political opponents in Vienna in the 1930s. Formative Years 1889-1918 After his father’s retirement from the Hapsburg customs service, Adolf Hitler spent most of his childhood in the neighborhood of Linz, the capital of Upper Austria....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, Nazi Party]

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Adolf Hitler And The Greatest Military Leader

- ... Later on reversed the Bolshevik policy by seizing the land given to poor and peasants, and organizing collective farms. Stalin believed that collectivism would increase the amount of food being harvested and grown, but was mistaking when the peasants resented for losing their land and refused to work. This lead to millions being killed in forced labor and dieing of starve during the ensuing famine (Joseph Stalin Biography). Once Macbeth hears from the three witches that his prophecy that he will become King, he is excited but also terrified from his terrifying images that he sees himself do in order to become the king of Scotland....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Nazi Germany, Nazi Party]

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Adolf Hitler 's Influence On The World

- Part 1: On April 20, 1889, Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria. He was the fourth of six children that were born to Alois Hitler and Klara Polzl. The family moved from Austria to Germany when he was just about 3 years old. His father didn’t approve of his interest in fine art and instead wanted him to take interest in business and law. Hitler also showed interest in German nationalism, in which he disapproved of the authority of Austria-Hungary. This nationalism would motivate Hitler to do what he ultimately did....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Soviet Union]

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Adolf Hitler 's Rise Of Power

- ... Sounds nice right. However, with this came a sense of fervent nationalism that led to creation the German and national identity. Political life was no longer the preserve of social elites, and the commoners in the street could embrace new freedoms with a violent passion that would have surprised the philosophes, with their emphasis on reasoned debate. (Cole Symes). In 1815 there was no Germany, only a conglomerate of nation-states vying for the power to lead the pack. The unanimous leader however was Prussia, since they had the highest population of German speaking people coupled with a powerful army....   [tags: Germany, Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Nazi Germany]

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Why Adolf Hitler Hated The Jews

- There have been many who have speculated about why Adolf Hitler hated the Jews. One account is that his mother died after being accidently poisoned by a Jewish physician who was treating her for breast cancer. He also blamed the Jews for the despair brought on the German people after World War I, attributing the Jews for both the collapse of the German economy and the Russian revolution. To Hitler and many others, it was liberal politicians and supporters of the Weimar Republic, namely the German Jewish bankers that brought on the downfall of Germany....   [tags: Nazi Germany, World War II, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler's Narcissistic-Borderline Personality Disorder

- Adolf Hitler’s horrible actions cannot be attributed to a drug addiction, or just being evil. It was a combination of a mental illness, and a mental disorder that caused him to take the actions. He suffered from a narcissistic-borderline personality disorder. He did not suddenly become mad towards the end of the war, but had been unstable his entire life; when under greater stress, it became more prevalent. A narcissistic personality, which is categorized as a mental disorder can be described as, “driven to control and manipulate others.” The narcissist is constantly seeking praise and when he does not receive it he gets bored, but “with his paranoid features he can avoid this emptiness and...   [tags: Adolf Hitler Essays]

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Adolf Hitler 's Leader Of Nation

- From rags to riches, Adolf Hitler rose to power from virtually nothing to becoming the leader of a nation, were he was blindly followed and adored by his people. However just as fast as he rose to power he met his downfall, but who really was the man responsible for the suffering and deaths of an estimated 40 million people. How did he become the leader of nation in despair. Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889, In Braunau Am Inn, Austria, the largest town in the upper Austrian Innviertel region....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, World War II, Nazism]

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Adolf Hitler : A White Male Of Austrian Descent

- Adolf Hitler Psychology Profile Introduction Adolf Hitler is one of the most interesting people in history in my opinion. He becomes even more interesting when you look at his childhood and how it was effected with an abusive father and other traumatic instances. He exhibited PTSD and anxiety disorders with many examples of their characteristic later in his life. Most people think of Hitler as someone that would get on his microphone and wave his hands around, demanding respect. But later in World War II he became increasingly nervous or outright unable to go speak to the German people....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II]

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Adolf Hitler, A Ruthless Dictator Of Nazi Germany

- ... The concentration camps began to inherit a hierarchy system. The prisoner’s nationality and reason for incarceration organized the hierarchy system. A higher social status led to a more desirable job. It could even promise an administrative job as a kapos. Kapos were work supervisors that often held the power of prisoner 's lives. The lower rankings of the hierarchy system held undesirable jobs such as mining, construction, and factory work. The harsh work caused an increased mortality rate from rations, guards, and exhaustion....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, The Holocaust, Jews]

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Adolf Hitler Was The Authoritarian Leader Of The Nazi Party

- Adolf Hitler was the dictatorial leader of the Nazi party, commanding German forces throughout World War II. He was a fanatic militarist, nationalist, racist and anti-Semite and once he became Chancellor of Germany in 1933 he quickly transformed Germany into a totalitarian fascist state. However, his efforts to create an ethnically purer fatherland for the German people ended in world war and Holocaust. Hitler retained his power in Germany until his suicide just before Germany’s surrender in 1945....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, Germany]

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Adolf Hitler 's German Nazi Party

- ... Fascist supported the idea of class collaboration and a strict social order. They wanted to diminish the proletariat class, keeping the lower working class citizens separate from those of immense wealth. Fascists supported Darwin’s theory of natural selection to lower the lower class and increase the higher class, and the people were supposed to just accept their role in society, and believe that their part was vital to the whole. National Socialism was the ideology of the German Nazi Party....   [tags: Nazism, Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Fascism]

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The Death of Adolf Hitler

- On 1 May, at 9.30 in the evening, Hamburg radio warned the German people that "a grave and important announcement" was about to be made. This was immediately followed by several excerpts from a number of Wagner's operas and the slow movement of Bruckner's Seventh Symphony. Then at 10.20 pm, came the voice of Grand-Admiral Karl Donitz, Commander-in-chief for the north of Germany. In sombre tones, he announced the death of Hitler and his own succession as Fuhrer of the Reich. Hitler had fallen "this afternoon," he said, fighting "at the head of his troops"....   [tags: Nazi Germany Adolf Hitler Essays]

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Adolf Hitler 's Influence On The World War I

- According to Witherbee (2009), No other person dominates the history of the twentieth century more than Adolf Hitler. The Austrian born adolescent of a custom officer progressed from relative obscurity during World War I to become the most forceful catalyst to world events by mid-century. A fascinate speaker and energetic leader, Hitler showed the world once again how terribly weak the line between patriotism and horror. (P. 1-4) On April 20, 1889 Adolf Hitler was born to Alois Hitler and Klara Polzel....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, World War II]

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Adolf Hitler, Charismatic And Promised A Better Life For Germans

- ... So, Hindenburg offered him the position of Vice-Chancellor in exchange for support. Hitler denied the proposition and wouldn 't settle for less. On January 30,1933 Hindenburg declared Hitler as Chancellor. As well as that on February 27,1933, the Reichstag(the German Parliament) was burned down. He caught a Dutch Communist named Van der Lubbe holding matches and fire lighting items. He used this incident to blame communists of trying to take over the power and arrested a lot of his communist opponents....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, World War II, Germany]

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Analysis Of Adolf Eichmann 's ' Hitler '

- To commence, Adolf Eichmann is the primary focus of evaluation in the novel. Eichmann, comparable to many other devotees of Hitler, employed inhumane methods to attempt to bring about the extinction of Jews, proving himself ruthless. As a result of his war crimes, the Allied nations launched a manhunt for Eichmann. First, in the novel, through an effort to save himself, he made to go into hiding, forced to isolate his wife and children. As he was bidding adieu to his kids, Eichmann immediately thought to discipline them a final time....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, The Holocaust]

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Adolf Hitler : A Violent Man With Perilous Ideas Of A New World

- Adolf Hitler was a violent man with perilous ideas of a new world, in which this one was not ready for. He was abused throughout his lifetime; he murdered millions, when in reality he merely yearned to be an artist and spend his days in his home splattering acrylics across a naked canvas. Adolf Hitler’s career choice as a child may not have been dictatorship, but life experiences and circumstances ultimately turned him into just the kind of leader the Nazi Party was looking for. Over time, he grew this dark attitude towards others, becoming spiteful to anyone he met....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Party, Nazism, Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler Born in the Austrian town of Braunau on April 20, 1889, Adolf was the fourth child of Alois Schickelgruber and Klara Hitler. By 1900, young Adolf's talents as an artist surfaced. He did well enough in school to be eligible for either the university preparatory school or the technical/scientific Realschule. Because the technical/scientific Realschule had a course in drawing, Adolf enrolled in there. 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....   [tags: World History Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889 in Braunau, Austria. He was the fourth child of Alois Schickelgruber and Klara Hitler. The couple’s first three offsprings died as children, but more two more were born later, in addition to Adolf’s half siblings from his father’s previous marriage. A housemaid described Adolf’s father as a strict but comfortable man, and his mother was known to give Adolf much love and affection. As a child, Adolf was very skilled at artwork, and even went to a special school for awhile, but he didn’t do well there....   [tags: Adolf Hitler Nazi Germany Biography Essays]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was one of the worst dictators that the world has ever seen. Some people called him the devil, because of what he did to the Jews during WWII. Hitler was a dictator that ordered the execution of millions of Jews and other people, during his reign of Nazi Germany. As a teenager Hitler served in WWI and years later was thrown in jail, where he wrote his book Mien Kampf. Hitler soon became the dictator of Germany and started WWII. At the age of twenty five, Hitler enlisted in the German army....   [tags: Adolf Hitler Holocaust History German Essays]

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Adolf Hitler 's Influence On The United Under The Guise Of Making Germany Great Again

- ... He and many other Germans believed that the Treaty was too harsh and should not have been enacted against them. He wished to unite all German speakers together in one country, promoting the all too familiar idea of nationalism that was present in the world at the time. After World War I there were Germans living in many countries in Europe that were not unified under one German rule. Hitler hoped that by bringing them together in one country he would create a powerful unit that would become a force to be reckoned with....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, World War I, Germany]

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Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust

- On January 30th, 1933, Adolf Hitler became a dictator of Germany, which marked the start of the twelve year massacre, the Holocaust. The Holocaust lasted until May 8th, 1945, when Europe won World War II. During the event of the Holocaust, six million Jewish followers were murdered; nearly two-thirds of the European Jewish population and one-third of all the Jewish population in the world. The Nazi Party not only targeted the Jews, but communists, Marxists, and anyone who stood up to, or posed a threat to the Nazi’s plan....   [tags: germany, hitler, nazi]

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Young Life of Adolf Hitler

- If one man was treated differently as a child could millions of innocent lives been saved. Many people say that our childhood affects who we grow up to be. Michael Jackson once said, “All of us are products of our childhood.” Adolf Hitler’s childhood and young adult life may have influenced why he began the Holocaust, and it may have been prevented if he had been treated otherwise. Hitler went through an insensitive adolescence and challenging mature life. If his adolescent life had been different, the Holocaust may have been prevented early on....   [tags: Hitler's childhood affected who he became]

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Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust

- ... C. The first time I walked through the streets of Warsaw, the most populated ghetto, housing over four hundred thousand Jews was June 1, 1937. From over the ghetto’s fence, the smell of retched death seeped over. Every man with me pinched their faces in disgust. An officer walked over to greet us at our station wagon. The excitement in his eyes of meeting greeting me was admiring. He reached his hand out and nervously stated, “I can’t believe I am meeting the one and only Adolf Hitler. How do you do, Sir....   [tags: hitler´s quote, jewish, world war II]

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The Use of Rhetoric by Adolf Hitler

- Throughout history, the question of “Does the end ever justify the means?” can be brought up and argued against many different political situations and standpoints, such as the current situations with Nelson Mandela and Edward Snowden. The most popular, and most likely argued, situation is Adolf Hitler’s siege for power in Germany. Many argue that he had purely blamed the Jewish Community due to them being rich in a time of poverty, while others believed he had just reasons for blaming them (American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise)....   [tags: German history, speeches, anti-semitism]

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The Brave Life of Adolf Hitler

- He wept for his country when they were defeated in World War I, and ever since then, he has been determined to restore his country to its rightful honor, great military, and outstanding economic power. This man’s name, is Adolf Hitler. He never let people get in his way when he was trying to achieve his goals for Germany. He also always went farther than his natural goals, gaining himself more and more respect from the people. Adolf Hitler deserves an honorary knight award, for he is brave, well respected, a natural born leader, very talented, and he has achieved many goals in life....   [tags: nazi party, germany, world war]

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The Essential Events of Adolf Hitler

- ... I do identify this to be an essential event that influence his behaviors. However, I do think the circumstance that his family was poor and the fact he was mistreated by his father, that this would urge Adolf to do things that was meaningful to him. Adolf, did well at primary school and was believed to have a sharp intellectual upcoming, and even at his young age he was respected for his leadership potentials. Though, once he arrive at secondary school his characteristic of misbehaving beginning to be reveal....   [tags: treaty of versailles, controlling the world]

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The Story of Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust

- During World War II, the Holocaust happened. The holocaust was the mass genocide of Jews. The Nazis were responsible for this event; they were led by Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler was a dictator of Germany at the time. He didn’t really have a reason to kill all Jews except for the fact he blamed them for World War I, since he didn’t want all the blame to be on Germany. He was an extreme nationalist and thought that Germany was the best and would become very powerful. In reality the Jews actually did not have anything to do with World War 1....   [tags: holocaust, jews genocide, nazis]

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A Comparison of Myself to Adolf Hitler

- “Struggle is the father of all things. It is not by the principles of humanity that man lives or is able to preserve himself above the animal world, but solely by means of the most brutal struggle. If you do not fight, life will never be won.” (Hitler) For most of the world, Adolf Hitler's name is synonymous with thoughts of hatred, criminality, and pure evil. Although he is responsible for the greatest genocide known to humanity, Hitler is now known to be one of the most influential World leaders we’ve ever known....   [tags: Essay About Myself]

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The Pros and Cons of Adolf Hitler

- According to historians from the BBC article (Hitler’s Leadership Style, Geoffrey Megargee), Adolf Hitler was one of the greatest people to lead a whole nation in history. Similar to any great leader, he lead, inspired, and guided millions of Aryans of all ages and genders to believe they were more superior and pure than all of the other existing races and ethnicities. Hitler came to power in 1933 when Germany was recovering from its recession as well as depression from World War I. Similar to any other leader, Hitler had one motive, and that was to rebuild the lives and the entire country to give them confidence and believing they were a phenomenal group of people....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]

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The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler

- The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was one of the most effective and influential leaders in history, his actions during his lifetime still have an impact on today's world. He was Chancellor and later Dictator of Germany, provoked World War II, and was accountable for an estimated 11 million deaths total by the end of his life. Hitler overcame the literal world by rising from a homeless man to Chancellor of Germany, taking over Germany as dictator, and finally ruling over the majority of Europe throughout World War II....   [tags: Nazu Germany, Hoocaust, Jews, World History]

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Adolf Hitler and The Nazi Party

- ... In an attempt to regain power and trust, President Hindenburg and the former temporary chancellor, Papen, decided to confront the Nazi party and allow Hitler to become vice chancellor if the group would become allies with the two. Hitler was dissatisfied and requested to be chancellor instead. “In January 1933, Hitler became chancellor, and immediately set about making himself absolute ruler using Article 48”(Hitler's Rise to Power), a precedent which allowed Hitler to make decisions without approval given by the Reichstag....   [tags: uAuschwitz concentration camp, jews]

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Adolf Hitler was a Visonary Leader

- What would you say if told you that a visionary leader was responsible for the deaths of almost 6 million innocent people. For many for you this statement might create doubt, the need for clarification, and maybe even make you angry. However, would it make a difference if I told you that this visionary leader was also unethical. Known as the personification of evil, Adolf Hitler used his visionary leadership and unethical practices to become a powerful world leader. In this essay I will show you how Hitler used his vision to become the leader of Germany; as well as, how he implemented a vision for German expansion....   [tags: nazi, holocaust, germany]

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Adolf Hitler: The Power of Rhetoric

- ... Patrick Mott said it best, "Take away the dictator’s ability to punctuate his speech with his hands and arms and you’re left with a frothing, sputtering caricature flopping around behind the lectern like a beached shark – not exactly the object of blind, hypnotized devotion" (Mott). Every good speaker needs gestures to make their speech more memorable. The speaker uses gestures to appeal to the emotions, or ethos, of their audience to make the audience excited to listen to what the speaker is saying....   [tags: from Chancellor to World Dictator]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- In January 30, 1933 Adolf Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany. Little did the world know of the plans, schemes, and deception Adolf was preparing for the Jews. In a blink of an eye Hitler is able to create the Nazi party which enables him to carry out his commands. Before long soldiers are eradicating the Jewish Race, people, and culture. Due to Hitler’s commands more than six million Jews were slaughtered. The world, Nazi soldiers, and even Hitler did not know what destruction and agonizing pain he would bring to the Jewish population....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Jews, The Holocaust, Judaism]

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Adolf Hitler and The Soviet Union

- On June 22, 1941, the Adolf Hitler launched a ruthless attack on his so-called ally, the Soviet Union. In December 1941, after a short five months, Operation Barbarossa, induced by the Nazi’s, failed. The Nazi Party ultimately fell to its demise, through the fail of Operation Barbarossa, from a combination of Hitler’s arrogance towards the Soviets as well as the Soviet response, but most importantly, Hitler’s greatest mistake: spreading his troops too wide across a colossal Russia. Hitler wrote, in his book Mein Kampf, that he would liquidate the Treaty of Versailles....   [tags: Operation Barbarossa, nazi]

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Adolf Hitler: The Invasion of Poland

- ... America didn't stop there, they kept fighting, trying to end the war. Finally Italy and Germany surrendered and all of the remaining Jews we freed from the camps. One of the people in those camps that didn't make it out was a girl named Anne Frank. She was a young Jewish girl that was hidding from the Nazi's. Her and her family were in a secret annex for almost three years. She kept a diary of her daily life and what she lived through. She was arrested sometime in August and taken to multiple concentration camps before she died of a disease....   [tags: nazi, japan, nuclear bombs]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi World

- s told me this was good when I was four years old” but rather people grow up accepting, perhaps subconsciously, that there is an objective right and wrong that is bigger than their parental figures that enacts itself on them as well. There are countless historical figures that, once having rejected their culture’s moral standards and the authority of their norms, have been labeled as heroes. There were officers in Nazi Germany who were bred and taught under the all-consuming regime of Hitler and yet still felt compelled to rebel....   [tags: Morality, Moral relativism, Relativism]

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Adolf Hitler And The Prince

- “Adolf Hitler and The Prince” The Prince gives sincere instructions on how to be a good ruler. One can learn that sometimes what seems to be the correct way to govern their country, is incorrect, and The Prince gives a better and more efficient way to rule as well as conquer other countries and defend himself. This book was not originally written in regards to Adolf Hitler, but its timeless principles applied to his rulings. The tips from Machiavelli and whether Adolf Hitler used these guidelines will be sought out through this analysis....   [tags: The Holocaust, Nazi Germany, Political philosophy]

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Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany

- June 28, 1919 marks the day that World War I came to an end with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Less notably, it also marks the day that Adolf Hitler fully committed himself to strengthening Germany after it was brutally weakened by the causes within the Treaty of Versailles. Like a Phoenix rising out of its ashes, he wished to see Germany rise out of the metaphorical shackles that were locked by the victorious powers in World War I. During the interwar period, and leading up to the outbreak of WWII, Hitler presented himself as the strong, self-confident politician that Germany needed to lead the country back to its prior greatness....   [tags: treaty of versailles, mein kampf]

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Adolf Hitler and His Dominance

- What was Hitler purpose for murdering so many people and what goal did he expect to achieve throughout the war. Adolf Hitler was the most inhumane person in the world because of what happen in his early life, during the war, and after the war. Have you ever wonder what it would feel like to be Hitler. Hitler’s life was conflicted in so many ways, first his childhood , schooling, and political. hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria Hungary; his mother doted on him from the start, she already lost three children to disease and desperate for the fourth one to survive....   [tags: World War II, Nazism, Politics]

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The Impacts of Adolf Hitler

- What impacts did Hitler have at the time and later in history. The start of World War II was one of the biggest impacts. There were many countries involved in this war. The major countries under the allies were Britain, France, U.S., Soviet Union, and under the axis also had major countries like the Germany, japan, and Italy. The Germany was at its peak. And it was all because of one man, Adolf Hitler, he was one of the most dominant German leaders in history, no doubt about that. Other superior leaders during World War II were: Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and the japan emperor Hirohito....   [tags: Dictators]

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Adolf Hitler And The Holocaust

- ... Coolidge and colleagues assessed Hitler’s personality by interviewing those who had the opportunity to assess Hitler themselves. They found a multitude of possible personality disorders. Of course, these disorders, and the standard definitions and qualifications that define them have been slightly altered as more progressive research has been done in the field of psychology. It was concluded, after assessing these interviews and creating an empirical scale that evaluated numerically the amplitude of certain disorders that: “Hitler 's callous disregard for human life would make it highly likely that he would be diagnosed with antisocial and sadistic personality disorders....   [tags: Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, Jews, Antisemitism]

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Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin

- Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin are two of the most sadistic dictators of the past century. They both reigned terror in Europe during World War II. Fueled by rage and anger, Hitler and Stalin rose to power and exploited their beliefs throughout Germany and Russia. Stalin turned Russia into a Communist country while Hitler was turning Germany against Jews. The leadership of these dictators brought death and fear to many who opposed them. Hitler and Stalin both shared deprived childhoods, vicious fathers, affectionate mothers, problems with women and paranoia....   [tags: World History ]

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The Life of Adolf Hitler

- Arguably the most effective and powerful tyrant of the twentieth century. Was once a small innocent choir boy, then a homeless man obsessed with power and dictatorship, now personally responsible for the deaths of 6 million Jews. In the Austrian town of Braunau on April 20th, 1889, Adolf Hitler was born to mother and father Klara Pölzl and Alois Hitler. Adolf was a great student all throughout primary school, even being a member in the school choir, but very shortly after going to college Adolf soon became rebellious and was failing many of he’s classes....   [tags: Biography, World War II, Holocaust, ]

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Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust

- Adolf Hitler was one of the most powerful dictators ever. He was a ruthless man. He destroyed anything in his path. Adolf was born April 20th 1889 in an Austrian town called Brannua. He was the fourth child of Alois and Klara Hitler Alois was a fifty one year old customs official of the Austrian empire, he retired when Adolf was six and died when Hitler was only fourteen years old and on top of that they were a poor family which probably made it harder when Alois died. Klara Hitler died a couple years after Alois Hitler....   [tags: dictator, nazi leadership]

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Adolf Hitler: A Brief Biography

- Adolf Hitler a German politician, dictator of Nazi Germany and chancellor of Germany. Hitler was responsible for starting World War II and killing more than 11 million people during the Holocaust. Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria on April 20, 1889. He had two brothers and three brothers. His sister Paula was the only one of his siblings to live past the age of six. After the death of his brother Edmund put Adolf into depression and he began to fight with his teachers and father....   [tags: politician, dictator of Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust

- ... They were taked from their homes and forced to live in concentration camps. In these camps jews were treated horribly. They were killled, brutaly injured, died of sickness, and lived like cattle. In these concentration camps prisoners' individualistic human characteristics were removed. Captives head's were shaved, they were all forced to where the same clothes. Prisoners were tattooed with numbers to which they were reffered to. Jews were forced to do physical labor in work camps, and millions were eventually killed in poisonous gas chambers....   [tags: genocide, jews, anne frank]

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Adolf Hitler: Impacts and Influences

- Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria where he was baptized into the Catholic church. He was the son of an Austrian customs official, and dropped out of high school at age sixteen. As a young man, Hitler dreamed of being an artist. He applied to the Vienna Academy of the Arts twice and was rejected both times. He made a meager living by painting and selling postcards in Linz, Vienna, and Munich. Hitler affected Germany greatly because of his political offices. He founded the Nazi party and served as chancellor until the death of President Paul Von Hindenburg when he became the sole dictator of Germany....   [tags: biography, nazi, chancellor, dictator]

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Adolf Hitler's Use of Propaganda

- Adolf Hitler’s use of Propaganda Adolf Hitler took control of Germany prior to World War II in the 1930s. His influence of anti-Semitism and national pride for Germany fueled him to commit many of the crimes he and his Nazi party had committed. Many people found it hard to believe that such terrible and heinous crimes could be committed for so long. One major tool to Hitler’s European takeover was propaganda. This propaganda was used to show Germans in a positive light and most non-Germans in a negative light....   [tags: WWII, nazism, anti-semitism]

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Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust

- ... They had to wear the Star of David to be identified and they could not marry, own a bussiness, go to stores, be out passed eight o'clock, or ride in cars. Even if you were not Jewish and your last name sounded Jewish, you were therefore considered Jewish. It was against the law to hid Jews or for Jews to go into hiding. You were known to be a criminal if you did. There were many more undersirables, but they did not have to follow those laws. There was also Roma (Gypsies), Polish and other Slavakians, Political Dissidents abd Dessenting Clergy, the mentally and physically impared, Jehovahs Witnessess, homosexuals, and African-Germans....   [tags: elimination process, jewish people, nazi]

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