Hitler Life And Beliefs Essay

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History is filled with destructive and murderous forces that sought to change the world. People like Josef Stalin or Idi Amin Dada between the two they killed in the millions for there beliefs. When we take a look through time a name comes up worse than the two ever thought about being .Adolf Hitler Führer of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, and chancellor of Germany. Many people ask why did Hitler do what he did. Some say there was something wrong with him was he insane or possibly just evil.
Hitler was born April 20, 1889, in Braunau Austria. His father was Alois Hitler, he was an Austrian civil servant, he was very strict.his mother's ...view middle of the document...

He then showed up for the physical examination, but he failed to pass he then went back to Munich a year after world war one started he volunteered to join the German army. Although he only became corporal during his time he did win several awards for bravery among them are the iron cross first class and second class. When the war was over Hitler returned to Munich and started to get involved in politics. He wholeheartedly believed that the Jewish people were responsible for Germany defeat in world war one. In 1919 he joined the German workers' party in September he was seen as a talented and inspiring orator and was soon placed in charge of propaganda for the German workers party. During this time he sets out his beginning ideas of his future anti-Semitic philosophy, he idea was” The final goal must be the uncompromising removal of Jews altogether. To accomplish these goals, only a government of national power is capable, and never a government of national weakness."In 1920 by Hitler’s order the party to adopt the swastika as its symbol and changed the name of the German workers party to the national socialist party or more commonly know as the Nazi party and the removal of the civil rights of Jews and their banishment from Germany. By 1921 the Nazi party formed an army called the sturmabteilung it was used to protect the party and attack their opponents by July the Nazi declared Hitler their Fuhrer. In 1920 the U.S dollar was equal to forty marks by November 1923 4.2 trillion marks was equal to one U.S dollar Hitler exploited the situation, blaming the Jewish people for the political devastation and claimed to know how to fix the economic failure. On November 1923 Hitler's sturmabteilung tried to take over Munich. Hitler is then arrested and tried for treason. After that Germany declared the Nazi party as illegal Hitler is found guilty and then was sentenced to five years in jail, his incarceration began on April 1, 1924, but he will only do nine months of his sentence. hitler is released in december of 1924.in 1929 hitlers meets eve braun who he will later marry. On may 10 1933 hitler started the burning of the books he had every book written by a jewish writer burned and banned 1934 hitler planned the Night of the Long knives the...

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