Adolf Hitler is very important to history because he was responsible for starting World War II and also for the European jew massacre and jew genocide in 1933. He reminds us how not to act. Adolf Hitler was the leader of the National Socialist Nazi Party and Chancellor of Germany. He was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria, and he died on April 30, 1945 in Berlin, Germany. He led the Nazi Party from 1933 to 1939. As a child, he lived in upper Austia where both his mother and father died. He never went on with school after high school. He desired to become an artist, but kept failing at getting into a university for fine arts. During these years, he had a lot of loneliness and secretiveness. In 1914, he signed up for military service, and was classified as unfit because of his inadequate physical build, and was not accepted. But as soon as World War I started, he was immediately was accepted into the German army. In the war, he was continuously in the front line as a headquarters runner. He was rewarded the Iron Cross and the First Class for his bravery in action.
In 1921, "strong arm" squads formed a private army party. Hitler noticed that conditions were very good for the growth of this small army party. In 1921, he became the leader of this party with almost unlimited powers. On November of 1923, Hitler tried to force the Bavarian government and the local army commander to start a national revolution. After the revolution, police and army killed some of the marchers, 4 policemen and injured Hitler. Adolf was sent to prison for five years but only served in prison for nine months.
After the Great Depression in 1929, Hitler made a campaign against Germany's war payments. With this campaign, Hitler was able to get support from many of buisness's and industries that controlled political payments, and he was able touse them to create an antisocialist government. One of Hitler's most important achievements was the establishment of a national...
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