[2015] shanika arroyo: Hitler's Life

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[2015] shanika arroyo: Hitler's Life



Alois (Hitlers Father) illegitimacy would cause suspition in the early 1920s that is still here today in our culture. In 1924 he began to write Mein Kampf while imprissoned for treason. The Nazi Party had about 15,000 members. Hitler got let out of prison in December 1924. The Nazis hadnt gained substantial voter support by 1929 and their organization with discipline had made them important.


Hitler invaded Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France.

Hitler died on April 30th, 1945.



Adolf Hitler became a dictator in 1933 and was also the leader of the National Socialist German Workers' party. On February 4 1933 gave the Nazis legal authority to prohibit assemblies, to outlaw newspapers and other publications, and arrest people on suspicion of treason.

Best news event in 1938 happened onseptember 29th. four statesmen at fuherhaus, in munich, redrew the map of Europe. three of the statesmen at the historic event were Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain from Great Brittain, Premier Edouard Daladier from France, and Dictator Benito Mussolini from Itlay.. But by all odds the most powerfull person there was Adolf Hitler from Germany.


Hitler's Life



Hitler was born April 20, 1889 in Branau Am Inn, Austria.

Hitler moved to Vienna and wanted to join the Vienna Academy of Art but his application got rejected.

The first Concentration Camp opened by Hitler in Dachau, March 1933.

By the end of World War 1 more than 40,000 camps acrossed Europe from the French-Spansh Border.

Hitler finally relized that Germamy was going to lose the war. On April 29, 1945 Hitler got Married and then was informed that dictator Bentito Mussolini got assasinated. The day after he got married they killed themselfs by shooting themselfs in the thrat.

Works Cited“Adolf Hitler” World War 1 Biographies. Ed. Christine Slovey. Detroit: UXL, 1999.Rice Jr, Earle. Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany. NC: Morgan Reynolds, 2006.“United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 20 June 2014. Web. 3 June 2015. Hoffmann, Peter. “Adolf Hitler.” The World Book Encyclopedia. 2007 ed.

Novel Connection My group read a book called''I Have Lived a Thousand Years'' It is about a girl who is growing up during the holocaust. it relates to our topic ''Hitler's life'' because, the little jewish girl Elikem, is growing up while Hitler is in power. Elikem has a rough life with going through all of the war and concentration camps. Hitler was the reason the concentration camps were opened therefore our topic connects to our book.


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