The Causes And Effects Of Adolf Hitler's Rise To Power

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Hitler is known to be one of the most notorious world leaders of the 20th century. Hitler is responsible for starting World War II and the horrific genocide of the Holocaust. His persuasive form of speaking is what caused the German people to believe his deceiving lies on his rise to power. His childhood experiences and influences played a big role in his hatred towards foreigners and Jews, which caused him to be anti- Semite. Once in power he wanted to conquer the world and make it an Arian only population. Hitler’s rise to power Hitler was born in April 20, 1889 in Braunau, Austria. His father was a customs official and didn’t have a good relationship with him because he didn’t approve of his passion for art, which led Hitler to dislike him. His father died when he was only 14 years old and his mother, whom he loved very much, died from cancer when he was 18 years old. He dropped out of High school at the age of 15. He then moved to Vienna to pursue his dream of becoming an artist at the Vienna Academy of Art, but was rejected because he didn’t graduate school. He was very poor and in order to survive he painted postcards, shoveled snow and even became a builder’s laborer to name a few. It was in Vienna where he grew hatred for foreigners and Jews. In 1914 he moved to Munich and when WWI was announced he immediately joined the German army. He was recruited to be a regimental runner it was a dangerous job because he was always in the way of cross fire. He was a good
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