[2015] Jalen Belrose: Hitlers Life

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[2015] Jalen Belrose: Hitlers Life

Hitlers Life

1920

Hitler was discharged from the army

1925

Hitler re-founds the Nazi party.

1932

Hitler becomes a german citizen.

1933

1936

1935

Communist party banned.

Hitler re-arms Germany with the aim of undoing the Treaty of Versailles.

German army occupies the sudetenland

Hitler commits suicide

1945

InterestsAdolf was a German political and a leader of National Socialist German workers Party. He was the 4th of 6 children. He had a huge interest in arts and wanted to become an artist but his dream never fulfill because it was opposed by his father. Adolf Hitler liked movies about Germanic Folklore and legend, especially those based on Wagner’s music.

Hitler and his FamilyBaptized a catholic, Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, in the upper Austrian border town braunau am inn located approximately 65 miles east of Munich and nearly 30 miles north of Salzburg. Adolf Hitler fathers name was Alois Hitler was a mid- level customs official. Adolf Hitler mothers name was Klara Hitler. She is dying of breast cancer in the autumn of 1907.Adolf dream was to become an artist. The Hitler family moved to Linz the capital of upper Austria in 1898. His mother died in December 1907. Adolf failed his exam to get in the Vienna academy of the arts. Hitler moved to Vienna ostensibly in the hope of renewing efforts to win acceptance in the academy of arts. Hitler lived in Vienna between February 1908 and May 1913 then Hitler departed for the Munich in 1913.

Hitler’s Rise to PowerHitler discovered a powerful talent for oratory. Oratory is a type of public speaking. As well as giving the new party a symbol the swastika. The swastika is a greeting in Germany “heil”.In November 1921 Hitler was reconized as a fuher of the movement which had 3,000 members out of this squads grew storm troopers (SA) organized by Captain Ernst Rohm and Hitler’s black shirted personal body guard, the Schutzstaffel. Hitler focused his propaganda against the Versailles Treaty. By November 1923 Hitler was convinced that the Weimar republic was on the verge of collapse and together with General Ludendorff and local nationalist groups sought to overthrow the Barvarian government in Munich. Hitler and Ludendorff marched through Munich at the head of 3,000 men only to be met by police fire which left sixteen dead and brought the attempted putsch to an ignominious end. Hitler was arrested and and trialed on February 26 1924 he turned the tables on his accusers with a confident propagandist speech which ended with the prophecy: “pronounce us guilty a thousand times over: the goodness of the eternal court of history will smile and tear to pieces the State Prosectors submission and the courts verdict for she acquits us”. Sentenced to five years imprisonment in landsberg fortress Hitler was released after only nine months during which he dedicated Mein Kampf (My struggle) to his loyal follower Rudolf Hess the failure of the Beer hall Putsch and his period of imprisonment transformed Hitler from an incompetent adventure into a shrewd political tactician who henceforth decided that he would never again confront the gun barrels of army and police until they were under his command. He concluded that the road to power would not be through the force alone but through legal supervision of the Weimar Construction the building of a mass movement and the combination of parliamentary strength with extra parliamentary street terror and intimidation. With help by Goering and Goebbels he began to reassemble his followers and rebuild the movement which had disintegrated in his absence. Then on September 1 1939 German armed forces invaded Poland.

WW1 involvementHitler moved to Munich, Germany in May 1913. He did so seeking to avoid arrest for evasion of his military service obligation to Habsburg Austria and financed by the last installment of his inheritance from his father. In Munich, he continued to drift, supporting himself on his watercolors and sketches until World War I gave his life direction and a cause to which he could commit himself totally. By all surviving accounts, Hitler was a brave soldier: he was promoted to the rank of Corporal, was wounded twice (in 1916 and 1918) and was awarded several medals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rZ4xwuAWFE

http://www.history.com/shows/the.../videos/adolf-hitler

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHM3OckOdds

Work Cited Page “Adolf Hitler and World war I 1913-1919.” United states Holocaust Memorial Museum. N.P, 20 June 2015. Web. 3 June 2015.`“Adolf Hitler” Jewish Virtual Library. Winston Roberts`N.D. Web. 3 june 2015 Gluckwood,Angela”Holocaust; the events and their impact on real people.” NY DK,2007. PrintRice,Garle Jr” Adolf Hitler and the Nazy Germany” Greensboro: Niagrafalls, 2006.Print

SummaryIn the book “ I Have Lived A Thousand Years” a girl named Ellike and her family were taken away from their home and sent to a concentration camp where they had to throw away any certificates or anything else they had into a box. After everything was in the box everything was thrown in a pit of fire where they burned into a pile of ashes. But no one knew that Elli had saved her notebook full of poems. On her way to another camp she met a guard and asked him if he could hold onto her notebook full of poems and even as a guard he said yes and held onto them until she was set free from Hitler.At the Ghetto Elli got herself into a little trouble and had to stand on her knees by the fence for twenty-four hours with no food or drinks.(not that they get much of that anyway) And she saw while she was kneeling at the fence, a whole bunch of people walking by heading to the gas chambers. This book relates to Hitler Life because during his child hood he was never around Jews so that’s why in his older age he rebelled against them and tried every way to kill them .

Aditional Resouseshttp://www.holocaustsurvivors.org/http://www.theverylongveiw.com/WATH/http://www.teacher.scholastic.com/frank/stories.htm\http://www.annefrank.org


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