Hitler´s Rise Joselin valdez

  • Hitler was born April twentieth, nineteen eighty-nine.
  • After both of his parents died he went to Vienna, Austria hoping to enter the Academy of Arts acceptance but did not achieve.
  • He never actually finished high school, quit at age 16.
  • Since Hitler did not get accepted he started working as a laborer and painted post cards, he slept in parks and ate in free soup kitchens.
  • He gave up his Austrian citizenship to become a a German citizen.
  • Hitler moved to Munich, Germany going from job job but ranting about political ideas because of hate, poverty, devotion of German heritage and disgust of Jews.
  • Hitler submitted a request and joined WWI.
  • When he joined the German military he discovered an interest in politics.
  • Muller a right wing historian saw that Hitler had a talent of persuasive speaking, this helped him get a job as a spy keeping information from the German workers party.
  • Hitler became the fifty-fifth party member.
  • When he joined the party he did not have any ideas of his own.
  • Hitler first spoke at beer halls, this is how he practiced and made experience as a speaker.
  • Hitler changed the German Workers party to the NSDPA (Nazi Party).
  • He became chancellor 15 years later after being an army corporal in WWI.
  • When Hitler became chairman he ruled the Nazi party.
  • When the depression hit Germany the Nazis weren't really known and they only won three percent vote of (German Parliament)
  • Hitler attempted to overthrow the government of Bavaria by force.
  • He went to prison for nine months.
  • While in prison Hitler wrote his book: "Mein Kampf" ("My Struggle").
  • Hitlers book is part autobiography and part political views.
  • Newly married couples got a free copy of "Mien Kampf" on their wedding day.
  • Germany and Austria have banned the owning and selling of the book.
  • ¨Munich Beer Hall Putsch¨ sent Hitler to jail for betraying his country (high treason).
  • Many wealthy businessman were scared to go to communism so they saw going to Nazis campaign as an option.
  • Germany was facing a lot of struggles after WWI, Hitler saw this as an advantage to gain their trust and make them believe he could make a change.
  • Hitler ran for president but lost the election.
  • He got most votes from middle class.
  • Hitler made a law called the Enabling Act after communist were arrested the law allowed Hitlers cabinet to institute legislation without parliamentary consent.
  • Many people and pets loved Hitler but most did not know that he used cocaine to help cure his sinuses.
  • The Nazis moved to get rid of parties in their way.
  • The Nazi party became the only legal party.
  • Hitler did not preserve two policies but promised Germany peace.
  • On the night of broken glass Nazis smashed windows of many Jewish people's shops.
  • Parades were thrown when Hitler was in Germany.


  • Fighting in Europe began when Germany invaded Poland, Germany was led by Nazi party leader Hitler.
  • Joseph Stalin signed a mutual non-aggression pact with Hitler.
  • Denmark, Norway, and the Baltic states were under Nazis control.
  • Germany invaded and defeated the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemourg, France and a British Expeditionary Force.
  • German U-boats were in the U.S. coast sinking American Merchant Marine.
  • Hitlers main goal was to invade Britian after not wanting to fight them at all.
  • The United States later joined the war after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Nazi Germany declared war on the U.S.
  • Allies started invasions through Italy.
  • Mussolini head of the government was killed by Italian partisans.
  • The axis commanders surrendered in May.
  • World War II ended on August fifteenth, nineteen-forty-five.
  • Germany had surrendered the Allied forces.
  • When officers told Hitler that Russians were taking over chancellery he decided to kill himself instead of moving.
  • German military commanders tryed to kill Hitler but failed.
  • Hitler had killed about four thousand country men.
  • In Hitlers testament, Amiral Karl Donitz was to be head of state and chancellor.
  • Hitler had gotten married two days before the suicide.
  • Hitler's wife Eva Braun and pet dog were there when they commited double suicide.
  • Hitler took a cynide capsule and then shot himself with a pistol.
  • German court did not declare Hitler dead until nineteen fifty-six.

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