Biography of Adolf Hitler Essay

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Adolf Hitler is known to be the reason behind the Holocaust. Hitler was a conniving and devious dictator who took the lives of thousand of people because he believed that people who were not Aryans were not superior to those who were. However, men and women first saw Hitler as a man with a charismatic personality and dynamic leadership skills.

He was born in Braunau-Am-Inn, Austria on the 20th April 1889. Adolf Hitler was the fourth child of Klara and Alois Hitler (“The History Makers of World War II: Adolf Hitler”, 2007.). Hitler’s father was a senior customs official and his mother was a house wife. She was Alois' third wife as well as his half-niece. As a child, Adolf Hitler had a troubled childhood. Two of his siblings died from
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Hitler then went to Munich and joined the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment of World War I. He was gassed and wounded, but was also given an award for bravery in action. This was also the turning point as well as a significant event in his life which gave him more confidence and momentum to go further as a leader.

In 1919, after the end of the war, Hitler joined the German workers Party, which later he renamed the National Socialist German Workers Party (later abbreviated to the Nazi Party). Before long, Hitler controlled the propaganda of the party, and by the year 1921, he was made the leader. In 1923 Hitler tried to take over the government of Bavaria by force. This was his first step towards seizing total control of all of Germany. Nevertheless, this plan that he thought was so great, resulted in a battle. Hitler was injured, and four policemen were killed. He was sentenced to prison for five years but served only nine months. Hitler used the time to write his the first volume of his first novel ‘Mein Kampf’. This book was a political autobiography as well as an overview of his countless ideas. Some of his suggestions were to include the inequality among races, nations and people. Hitler's idea was part of an unalterable order that dignified the “Aryan race”

Beyond Marxism being recognized as the greatest enemy of Nazism, he believed the greatest enemy of all were the Jews. Hitler defined them as the

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