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Hitler's Timeline Essay

855 words - 4 pages

In a long time ago, April 20, 1889, in a place called Brannau, Austria, there was a father called Alois Hitler, and a mother called Klara Polzl, and she was giving birth to a baby that would change completely, and definitively mark the World’s history forever, and its name was Adolf Hitler.
Adolf was from an ordinary and normal family, he had six siblings, and he was the 4th child born in the family. At a young age, exactly at age 3, Hitler and his parents decided to move into Germany, where his story would begin. Hitler was since young a really rebellious child, he would always argue with his father, and vice-versa, and since young he would have some attractions to Anti-Semitic.
Later on in his life, he became to have some attraction to art, and this resulted in a thought of going to college and becoming an artist, but his dream when down the sink when his father said and decided that he would become a business man. And as so, Hitler went to business college, and studied there until 1905, two years after his father death, when his mother said that he didn’t needed to keep doing business college, so he dropped off business college, and went straight to art college. But he wasn’t lucky neither good enough, he applied twice to join the college, and failed twice to get in.
Full of selfishness, Hitler became a homeless person, because he didn’t wanted to go back to his parents’ house. So he found a shelter for homeless, and the owners were the first Jewish person that Hitler had ever talked. The owners would horribly say bad things about them, and terribly treat them badly, as an example, at shower time, they would make the homeless go all together to take a horrible shower.
When World War I came, Hitler applied to the army and he became a soldier. As the war was happening, Adolf wasn’t satisfied with the effort of the Germans in war, and when they lost, Hitler became really angry and disappointed. Hitler and some other soldiers were thinking that the reason that they lost the war, was for the fact that the army was corrupted by Marxists.
When the war was over, Adolf Hitler went back to Germany, and received some medals for his bravery, and for surviving the war. As soon as he went back, he returned to Munich as an Intelligence Officer. And Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles, made by the Allied Power, who were...

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