Adolf Hitler Quotes

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The leader of Germany from 1933 to 1935 went by the name of Adolf Hitler. Before he was ever the leader ,of Germany, he volunteered to fight in World War I. WWI is where Hitler became a strong German soldier and came to love war. By invading Poland and many other European countries, Adolf was the reason why Word War II started. Hitler was the leader of the Nazi group trying to eliminate all of the Jewish citizens (“Adolf”). Throughout his years, Adolf said many violent words that still disgust people these days. One of his famous quotes is, “Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized” (“Adolf Hitler quote”). In the first part of the quote it talks about “a sky green” and “fields blue”. The two are supposed…show more content…
He wanted everyone to follow his orders and whoever was different needed to be destroyed or put somewhere with no contact with other people. Also, Adolf could have just wanted to stop that person from reproducing by “sterilizing” him and maybe even his family. The second way someone could look at this is that he did not like when people see things different than him. When he was younger he was a failed artist because he was a realist, he painted how things were. The reason he failed was because everyone liked the paintings being different from what they are in real life, such as a green sky and blue fields. There are also others ways people could interpret this quote. In conclusion, many people believe Adolf was a very cruel man and the reason so many Jews died. Once he stated, “Anyone who sees and paints a sky green and fields blue ought to be sterilized.” There are two different ways to look at the quote: he wanted to destroy anyone or anything that was different from what he believed and he was mad about being a failed artist when he was young that he wanted everyone to be a realist or do away with all the people that are unlike everyone
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