Hitler 's Influence On Adolf Hitler Essay

830 Words May 10th, 2016 4 Pages
Adolf Hitler Hitler had a very interesting life as a human being, but was a cruel man. Hitler suffered a lot during his life, but that did not mean he had to get rid of the Jews. The Jews had nothing to do with his troubles, but he still blamed them. Hitler was the type of person that if he said he was going to do something, he was going to do it. Hitler had a strong personality, but he did not use his personality in a good way. All the pain and suffering began when he was just a small child. Hitler did not deserve to have a childhood like he had.
Childhood
As a child, Hitler experienced lots of things that a child should never experience. Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889 in the Austrian town of Braunau. He was the son of Alois Schicklgruber and Klara Hitler (Hitler’s last name would have been Schicklgruber, but was later changed to Hitler.) As a child, Hitler wanted to become a priest, but later changed his mind about it. Hitler also faced close encounters with death, while he was a child. Hitler almost drowned, but luckily, a priest was there to save his life. Hitler’s mother later died from cancer, and his father from suffering a pleural hemorrhage. Hitler was then penniless, wandering Vienna as a transient, sleeping in bars, flophouses, and shelters for the homeless. During this time period, he developed his ideas over the Jews (Remember.Org p4).
World War I Hitler had many reasons why to hate everything, and World War I (WWI) was one. Hitler…

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