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1889–1945. Baptized as a Catholic, Adolf Hitler was born on April 20. He was born in the Upper Austrian border town Braunau in an Inn. His Father was an official. The Hitler family mnoved to Linz in order to value the arts as a career. After his fathers death Hitler dreamed of becoming an artist. In 1907 his mother had died from breast cancer and Hitler had failed to get into a school for the arts. Hitler then moved to Vienna, he was genuinely influenced in Vienna by two political movements.

In the German parliament, elections of November 1932, the Nazis lose almost two million votes from the previous elections in July. They win only 33 percent of the vote. It is clear that the Nazis will not gain a majority in democratic elections, and Adolf Hitler agrees to a meeting with conservatives. After months Hitler chancellor of Germany in a government seemingly dominated by conservatives on January 30, 1933.

HitlerRise to Power

The Story about ...Hitler


Hitler never visted a single concentration campHitlers first love was a jewish girl, yet he never spoke to her Hitler suffered chronic flatulence and took 28 drugs to fight itHitler led the first anti smoking campaign Hitler bombed his nephews house


Hitler decided to seize power constitutionally rather than by force of arms. Hitler spoke to mass audiences, calling for the German people to resist the yoke of Jews and Communists, and to create a new empire which would rule the world for 1,000 years. Hitler promptly reestablished the NSDAP in Munich. The death of Hindenburg in August 1934, Hitler was the consensus successor. With an improving economy, Hitler claimed credit in his position as a dictator.

On this day in 1945, on his headquarters in Berlin, Adolf Hitler commits suicide by swallowing a cyanide capsule and shooting himself in the head. Soon, Germany surrendered to the Allied forces, ending Hitler’s dreams of a “1,000-year” Reich.




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