When Adolf Hitler seized Germany in order to consummate his reign to ultimate superiority, atrocity ensued, but sacrifices are foreordained when power is within one’s reach. Hitler, an economic and political genius, is incomparable to all other leaders of Germany because he was one-of-a-kind, and no other leader will ever achieve the level of success that Adolf Hitler worked so diligently to acquire. With his determination for a powerful new Reich, he was seemingly unstoppable. To be in Hitler’s presence while he was giving a speech was like no other experience. He is easily one of the greatest orators in the history of humanity, and this gift is what helped spread his beliefs to the hopeful people of Germany.
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 to Klara Polzl and Alois Shicklgruber. Alois never knew his real father, but when his mother, Anna Shicklgruber married a miller named Johann Georg Hiedler, it was rumored that Johann was Alois’ true father, but this was never confirmed. Johann’s surname took on many variants, such as Huttler and Hitler. As an adult, Alois adopted the name Hitler. As a newborn infant, Adolphus, which was later shortened to Adolf, was baptized in the Catholic Church. Adolf’s siblings were Edmond and Paula, and he also had two step-siblings, Angela and Alois, from a previous marriage. Young Adolf was probably spoiled as a child since his mother was known as a caring and loving woman, but the birth of Edmond and Angela meant that Klara had less time to devote to spoiling him, so he began to venture out with the kids in his neighborhood.
Hitler and the Nazi Party were a leading factor in the conjuring up of World War II. After the end of World War I, the economy was significantly lowered and politics were at a very unstable place. Due to the lack in a sufficient and organized government in many countries, fascism was able to spread and arise in Europe. The Nazi Party were focused on reversing the Versailles Treaty since Hitler denounced the fact that it meant Germany had to hold the blame for starting the war. His German nationalism was fully sparked after he served in World War I. He was shocked when Germany surrendered, and this was a leading force behind his decision to abandon the treaty. The Versailles Treaty also caused Rhineland to be demilitarized because The Big Three – the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union – wanted Germany to be weakened. Knowing how passionate Hitler was about his nation, this was more than enough to urge him to start a war.
Since Germany was already in a weakened state from the devastating effects of the first world war, the republic was in the perfect condition for Hitler to swoop in and persuade the shameful citizens of Germany, who were definitely looking for a strong leader in their time of need, to believe in his policies. Adolf Hitler thought of himself as the supreme leader of Germany. He felt...