Hitler´s Rise Marissa Walters

  • Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Vienna, Austria.
  • He lived until his death in 1945.
  • His father died when he was thirteen and, five years later, his mother died when he was eighteen years old.
  • In 1912, Hitler moved from Vienna, Austria to Munich, Germany. A town which he called a ¨ true German town. ¨
  • Two years later, in 1914, Hitler gave up his Austrian citizenship to fight alongside Germany in World War one.
  • Hitler built up a status was a War Hero during World War one.
  • After a mustard gas attack, Hitler was left temporarily blind in a German hospital.
  • After recovering from the gas attack, Hitler found a job in Military Intelligence.
  • This major event in Hitler´s life sparked his ambition to be Chancellor of Germany. Hitler´s rise to power was marked by a lot of force and violence.
  • Hitler joined the Socialist German Workers´ Party.
  • Hitler was sent to join this party by the military to spy on the German government.
  • Hitler gained full access to the German military.
  • In 1920, Hitler changed the name of this political party to the Nazi Party.
  • In 1921, Hitler was voted, and replaced Drexler, chairman of the Nazi Party.
  • Hitler was on his way to have absolute power in Germany.
  • Adolf Hitler was one of the most powerful dictators in the twentieth century.
  • Hitler killed approximately eleven million people. Over six million of which were Jews.
  • Hitler´s rise was marked with a lot of force and violence.
  • Hitler plans to take over Munich city hall on November 9, 1923, but fails and is put in jail for his crimes on April 1, 1924.
  • After being released on December 20, 1924, Hitler forms the SS as his bodyguards.
  • Soon later, Hitler storms into a public meeting featuring Barvarian prime minister, Gustav Kahr, in Munich.
  • The Nazi Party, having just started out, got only a three percent vote in the 1924 elections.
  • In the November elections, the Nazi Party lost two million votes on 1932.
  • Other political parties could not work together so the Nazi Party was the only political party left by law.
  • In 1933, German President Hindenburg gave Hitler the Chancellor of Germany position thinking that he could control him.
  • On August 2, 1934, German President Hindenburg dies and Hitler takes over as president.
  • The Enabling Act allowed Hitler to institute legislation without parlimary consent.
  • When Hitler came to power, preparations for a long World War began.
  • Hitler was a very powerful speaker which allowed him fame, supporters, and power and he soon took over Germany.
  • The Nazi Party, led by Hitler, overthrew the German government and started World War two.
  • There would soon be many wars that would lead to the fall of Germany´s economy.
  • The Allies soon stormed into Germany later on in the war.
  • Hitler and his wife Eva Braun committed suicide in their underground bunker on April 30, 1945.
  • When Hitler reached fame, he was able to cover up his off putting personality with a sweet, caring, fake personality.
  • During the depression of 1929, Germans were upset with the German government and turned to the Nazi Party for stability.
  • Under Hitler´s control, SS officers attacked Hitler´s political opponents.
  • On June 30, 1934,more than eighty SS troops arrested and shot hundreds of innocent people.
  • Hitler received the Iron Cross First Class Badge, and the Black Wound Badge.
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  • With Germany relying on America for economical purposes, the New York stock market crash in the 1920´s made Germany´s economy fail .
  • In 1938, Hitler drew back from the war against Czechoslovakia at the last second.
  • Hitler´ attack on Poland in 1939, sparked World War two.
  • Hitler planned to attack France and Britain on September 1, 1939.
  • The thrust southward towards France brought it down in early June 1940.
  • By 1941, Hitler and Germany controlled most of Europe and Africa.
Where Hitler controlled in the world
  • Hitler was a very powerful speaker.
  • Hitler held most of his speeches in large underground pubs, or beer halls.
  • When Hitler was put into jail, a ban on Hitler´s speeches was placed by the government.
  • This ban was later lifted on March 10, 1927.
  • In his speeches, Hitler would talk about how he could save Germany from destruction and chaos during the war and promised that he would overturn the Treaty of Versailles.
  • At one of his beer hall speeches, Hitler persuaded Dietrich Eckhart, a guy that gave Hitler all sorts of fame, that he could change Germany into the most powerful economy in the world.

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