Hitler Rise Jenna Williams

  • Hitler was responsible for starting World War II and the holocaust
  • Hitler was a persuasive leader and convinced German people to follow what h believed.
  • Hitler had only one sibling that survived childhood,but the other four children died.
  • Throughout his childhood Hitler had dreamed of becoming an artist.
  • Hitler applied to Vienna Academy of Art twice but was denied both times.
  • People say he hated Jews because he blamed a Jewish doctor for her death.
  • Hitler expressed his furious hatred of Jews in his book Mein Kampf.
  • Hitler believed that there should be an Aryan German race.
  • While Hitler was living in Vienna, he tried to make his only money by selling his paintings.
  • Hitler lived in homeless shelters for a while, and when he sold his paintings he would use the money on a men´s hotel.
  • In 1913 Hitler gained the inheritance from his father and moved to Munich.
  • Hitlers experience in World War I affected his thinking about war.
  • During World War II Hitler made his biggest gamble on June 22, 1941 by the invasion of the Soviet Union.
  • Hitler made all of Germany military orders and is held responsible for many anti-semitic laws.
  • Hitler considered himself as a military genius.
  • Hitler let killing squads follow his army to kill Jews or anyone not of German dissent.
  • By July 1933 no other part stood except for the NSDAP.
  • When the president of Germany died Hitler took his position and was chancellor and president.
  • Hitler was only an army corporal, then 15 years later became the chancellor of Germany.
  • Hitler was born in Branau am Inn, Austria, of German descent.
  • Hitler was born in 1889 on April 20.
  • Hitlers book Mein Kampf, talks about his early unstable life.
  • After both of Hitler´s parents died he often ate in soup kitchens and slept in parks.
  • In World War I Hitler would not fight for Austria, but ready to die for his people in Germany.
  • Hitler was a ¨" front fighter ¨ against British tanks at the battle of Somme in 1916
  • Besides the fact, that Hitler was getting beatings from his father he lived quite a normal childhood.
  • Hitler never made it through high school and from 1905 to 1907 Hitler sponged off his mother.
  • Hitler moved to Munich,whole fleeing the Austrian authorities because they noticed he had dodged mandatory military services.
  • The powerful way that Hitler made speeches helped him turn from informer to party member.
  • In the year 1921 Hitler was voted chairman of the party and took control of everything.
  • Hitler lost the election for president in 1932, but gained some support from many influential industrial interest.
  • In his first months of chancellorship Hitler was making organizations, political parties, and state governments be under Nazi organizations.
  • In July of 1933, the only political party permitted by Germany was the Nazi party.
  • The German Parliament became a stamp for Hitlers dictatorship.
  • Hitler promised the people of Germany a better life and a new glorious Germany.
  • Because of Hitlers powerful speeches the people of Germany believed they have found a new savior for their nation.
  • The Nazis won 33 percent of the voters in 1932 elections, more than any other party.
  • Adolf Hitler was the fourth child born out of six children born to Alois Hitler and Klara Polzl.
  • Hitler showed passion and interest in German nationalism, rejecting the authority of Austria-Hungary.
  • Hitler´s early interest nationalism would become motivation of Hitlers life.
  • When the outbreak of World War I happened Hitler offered to serve in the armed forces of Germany.Hitler was recognized for his bravery, receiving the Iron Cross First Class and the Black Wound Badge.
  • After the war was over Hitler moved back to Munich to work for the military as an intelligence officer.
  • Hitler replaced the chairman of NSDAP in 1921.
  • On September 1, 1939, Hitler ordered for Germany to invade Poland.
  • Hitler lived through two major injuries in World War I.
  • Hitler was furious with German leaders because he felt like Germany was stabbed in the back when they surrendered.
  • When Hitler was furious at Germany´s surrender, he went back to Munich and was dedicated into entering politics.
  • During the year 1919, Hitler was the fifty fifth person to join the small party called the German Worker´s Party.
  • When Hitler was Fuher, he wanted to strengthen and increase Germany´s army and expand the country´s territory.
  • Even though the things Hitler did broke the Treaty of Versallies some country´s army and allowed him to do so.
  • After Hitler invaded Poland other Country´s could not stand back and watch, so World War II began.
  • In 1944 on July twentieth Hitler nearly died in an assassination attempt called the July plot.
  • The following day after Hitler and Eva Braun got married they both committed suicide.

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