Hitler 's Influence On The World Essay

1149 Words Apr 28th, 2016 5 Pages
“It is not truth that matters, but victory.” Is one quote from Adolf Hitler showing he would go to great lengths to win even lie to millions of people. Hitler made an impact across the world, by beginning with an idea that Jews were the cause of the problems in Germany. From that he made the decision to try to eliminate Jews across Germany, then all of Europe.
You may think that a person like Hitler had a gruesome childhood to make him the horrible man he was, and you would almost be right. He essentially had a normal childhood, he was born on April 20th, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria (“Adolf Hitler: Man and monster”). He had 3 other siblings; two of them were a stepbrother and stepsister. His mother and father lost two children to disease and one died after birth before Adolf (“Adolf Hitler”). His family moved to Germany in 1891when he was three years old. Hitler acted normal in school, although sometimes she would rather reenact wars than play with other kids. Then in 1900, his only related sibling died. As he grew up he saw interest in becoming an artist (“Adolf Hitler”). Although his father did not approve of Adolf’s dream and discouraged the idea. His father was always abusive to him, so the fact that he wanted to become an artist just made him more irrational (“Adolf Hitler”). Although shortly after Adolf’s father died in 1903 (“Adolf Hitler: Man and monster”). As a result, he tried to pursue his dreams by applying to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, although he…

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