Facts about Hitler

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Facts about Hitler

He was Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 & Fuhrer of Nazi Germany in 1934 .

April 20th, 1889 an innocent child was born in the small town of Braunau Am Inn, Austria.

Hitler had 4 other siblings that died in childhood : Gustav (1885-1887) , Ida (1886-1888) , Otto (1887) , and Edmund (1884-1900) .

In 1932, Hitler was granted German citizenship.In the July 1932 elections, the Nazi Party obtained 37.3 percent of the vote for the Reichstag (Germany's parliament), making it the controlling political party in Germany.

On April 29, 1945, Hitler married his long-time mistress, Eva Braun.The following day, April 30, 1945, Hitler and Eva committed suicide together.

History

The German scholar Hellmuth Auerbach puts the death toll in the Hitler era at 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust .

Adolf Hitler, murderer of millions, master of destruction and organized insanity, did not come into the world as a monster. He was not sent to earth by the devil, nor was he sent by heaven to "bring order" to Germany, to give the country the Autobahn and rescue it from its economic crisis.

Adolf's mother, born Klara Pölzl, was 23 years younger than Alois. She was so closely related to her husband that a special dispensation was sought from Rome before they could marry in 1884. Of the six children born of this marriage, only two survived, Adolf and a younger sister called Paula.

The Versailles Treaty that ended the war stripped Germany of much of its territory, forced the country to disarm, and ordered Germany to pay huge reparations. When the army returned to Germany the country was in despair. The country was bankrupt and millions of people were unemployed.

Undated photo of Adolf Hitler, with his dog Blondi, and his mistress Eva Braun posing on the Terrace of the Berghof, Berchtesgaden, Germany.

Facts about HitlerBy : Briza Tapia


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