Adolf hitler biography

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Adolf hitler biography

By | April 2013
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Adolf Hitler
Childhood of Adolf Hitler
Hitler as an Artist
Hitler as a Soldier in World War I
Entry into Politics
Hitler comes into Power
Hitler starts World War II
Death
Bibliography
* Adolf Hitler http://History1900s.about.com/cs/hitleradolf/p/hitler.htm(Retrieved 16-04-2013) * Hitler Facts http://History1900s.com/od/hitleradolf/a/Hitler-Facts.htm(Retrieved 16-04-2013) * Adolf Hitler http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler

Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria. He spent his childhood in Austria. His parents were Alois (1897-1903) and Klara (1860-1907) Hitler. He was the fourth of six children. The family relocated quite a few times- 1984, the family relocated to Leonding, in 1897 they moved to Lambach and a year later, they permanently relocated back to Leonding. In 1902, when Hitler was 13, his father passed away and his mother had to take care of the family. Times were tough and Hitler decided to quit school at the age of 16 and never returned. Hitler dreamed of becoming an artist.so in 1907 and again in 1908, he applied to the Vienna Academy of Art but was denied entrance both times. At the end of 1908,his mother died of breast cancer. After his mother’s death, Hitler spent 4 years living on the streets of Vienna, selling postcards of his work to make money. To avoid serving in the Austrian army, Hitler moved to Munich, Germany in May 1913. Hitler volunteered to serve in the German army once the war began. Hitler survived 4 years of World War I, during which he was awarded 2 Iron Crosses for bravery. He sustained 2 injuries during the war-in October 1916 and October 13 1918, which caused him to go temporarily blind. After the war, many in Germany felt betrayed by the government. In 1919, Hitler was working for an army organization in which he was checking up for local political groups. While spying, he joined a group and became the 55th member called the German Worker’s Party and soon was leading it. In...