Essay On Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler: Führer Adolf Hitler killed over 60 million people for believing in one thing- their belief in Judaism. Adolf Hitler was a very powerful man that had one goal in sight, to change society. He was responsible for an important part of our history. His cruel intentions make him known today. Adolf Hitler 's early years set him up to his rise of power, followed by his policy aims, leading up to world war 2 and finalizing with his death.
Early Years Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, in Austria. He was Baptized as a Christian and his maternal grandfather was Jewish. Growing up, Hitler got a lot of love and affection from his mother, Klara. In contrast, Hitler’s father, Alois, was always in conflicts with his son. His father
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In reply, France and Britain called war upon Germany. By 1840, Germany had already invaded Scandinavia, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Then, he commanded bombing raids on the United Kingdom. Germany sent 3 million troops down to the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941. December 7th was a day that will never be forgot. Germany 's allies, Japan, bombed Pearl Harbor. The aftermath of this bombing was that Hitler was now at war with the 3 states that had many benefits: Britain, United States, and the Soviet Union. Britain was the world 's largest empire; The United States was the world 's greatest financial power, and the world 's biggest army: the Soviet Union. His military logic became more and more unpredictable. In addition to Germany 's military, their economic position worsened along with his condition. In the late 1942’s, Germany 's power failed to capture the Suez Canal. The also hurt against the vanquish at the Battle of Stalingrad and the Battle of Kursk. On June 6 1944, the Western allied armies got to Northern France. This resulted to German officers ended that defeat was going to happen sooner or later. They also got to their senses and realized that Hitler 's refuse would consequence in the demolition of

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