Rise Of Adolf Hitler

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Hitler finally had a surprising moment of his life time, nervously opening his 2nd letter from the Academy of Vienna glancing at the top of the paper; he unexpectedly became outraged with his work and acceptance to art school, changing his entire life due to the rejections of his arts schools in 1908. However, he also encounter a loss of his family primary his mother died of cancer making Hitler another different person, 8 years later he entered in politics by joining German worker’s party. Germans have played the role of “antagonist” in both WWI and WWII, but it is the 2nd that we remember best because of the man: Adolf Hitler. Hitler was the main problem toward the cause of WWII; however, he indeed created history that no one would ever …show more content…
Hitler wasn’t very aggressive before he took control of Germany. He was a smart individual, who liked to draw and wanted to get into art school, but his dream fell apart. Hitler wasn’t able to get in, he was reject many times that he gave up and started to become more aggressive and manly. However, he joined a group called National Socialist German Workers’ Party in which he later went off as a leader, as he was often speaking to the crowd motivating them to hate Jews. Later of being appointed chancellor he began to make chaos around Europe, starting meaningless war and executing innocent people. Eventually, people came across with the same question asking, what made Hitler become a horrible person? He didn’t even have feelings towards the executions of millions of poor Jews; Was it because he was rejected in art school that he became a different …show more content…
At the time when Germany was humiliated 15 years due to the lost of WWI, the only person to stand up and start WWII with other events was Adolf Hitler. He wasn’t going to be humiliated because of his country, so he started to make a difference by joining the Nazi Party and revolutionize Germany, by driving out communist and Jews from Germany before that could happen, “Germany entered a period of severe economic depression and widespread unemployment. The Nazis capitalized on the situation by criticizing the ruling government and began to win elections” (Nazi Party). Eventually, after announcing Hitler chancellor of Germany the Nazi Party gain controlled of the government, they started by banning all types of parties making the government to step down and making Germany a dictatorship

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