Adolf Hitler Essay

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Adolf Hitler

On April 20, 1889, the world was changed forever when Adolf Hitler was born to Alois and Klara Hitler in a little town named Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. Alois worked as a customs officer on the border crossing near their hometown. Adolf was the third born in his family, but first to survive. Later would come Edmund, who would live to the age of six, and Paula who would live to out survive Adolf himself. With a poor record in school, Adolf Hitler dropped out with ambitions of becoming an artist. Alois passed away when Adolf was thirteen, so Klara raised Adolf and Paula on her own.

Between the ages of sixteen and nineteen is when Adolf Hitler began to become interested in politics. Then, in 1909, Klara Hitler died of cancer and
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He used his trial itself to gain publicity for his theories and himself. It was during this time when Adolf began dictating his thoughts and philosophies that developed into the book “Mein Kampf”, which translates to “My Struggle.” Released after serving only six months of his five-year sentence, Adolf Hitler was forbidden from making public speeches by the government. The numbers of support fell from approximately 2 million to 840,000 thousand people. During this time was when Hitler formed his infamous SS (Schutzstaffel); this group was formed to be Hitler’s bodyguards.

After the stock market crash in 1929, German industry slumped which caused millions to go into unemployment. This unfortunate swing for the country of Germany, was very beneficial for Hitler and his Nazi party when
President Hindenburg was forced to call for new elections the coming September. Hitler promised a way out of the countries current hardship. So after gaining the support of millions, Adolf Hitler decided to stand against Hindenburg in the upcoming elections. Hindenburg won the election despite Hitler’s hard campaign pushes. By July of the same year, the Nazi party gained dominance and became the largest party in all of Germany. After becoming Chancellor and President Hindenburg’s death in 1934, Adolf Hitler took over the role of President and keeping the role of Chancellor, to become “Fuehrer.”
During the years to follow, the Nazi party began to
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