Motives Of Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler is the world's biggest terror from making the Jews suffer in concentration camps to the outright slaughter of the Jewish people. Although historians have many theories what his motives were none of them were proven true. Adolf Hitler was actually a normal human before he became the biggest terror the world has ever seen. Adolf Hitler before he became fuhrer, is a very interesting time for us to study. It was April 20,1989 in upper Austria at Braunau am Inn. The fourth child that Klara Hitler has given birth to out came Adolf Hitler screaming and crying. Born 4th out of 6 children knows one knew that such a little innocent, Catholic child such as this one could turn into the evil monstrosity that takes over Germany and kills over …show more content…
In 1913 Adolf Hitler has moved over to Munich. He just moved at the initial outbreak of the World War 1. AFter that he saw an opportunity to fight so he then finally applied to join the German army. Then, in August 1914 he was finally accepted into the German He was still accepted into the German army even though he was classified as an Austrian citizen. Adolf Hitler wasn't like a normal class soldier, he didn't spend very much time out there on the battlefield. There in fact were multiple reports of him being in the battlefield. According to the reports his time on the field was very greatly exaggerated, but in fact, he was present at a number of significant battles. At the battle of the Somme, Adolf Hitler was in fact wounded there. Also Adolf Hitler was decorated for bravery. Adolf was eventually decorated for bravery with receiving the Iron Cross First Class as well as the Black Wound Badge. Adolf Hitler was very upset at the loss of the war in fact he primarily blamed the Jews for Germany's loss in the war. Many Jewish people did not fight in the war, which according to Adolf Hitler would've won them the war if the Jewish people stood up and helped fight. Adolf Hitler was also very displeased with the fact that Germany was forced to take the blame for the war. ‘He alone who owns the youth, owns the future”- Adolf Hitler. This part in the middle of his life is what would …show more content…
Paul was an 84 year old man. With the Germany goes through its great depression, it gave Adolf Hitler the perfect time to run and take the German people when they were weak. Adolf Hitler ended up coming in second on both rounds of the election. But that wasn't all, even though he lost, Paul still appointed Adolf Hitler as chancellor. Mainly for the fact that Adolf Hitler was used to promote political balance. Adolf Hitler used this to his advantage and this is where we start to see him go over the edge. Adolf Hitler used the chancellor position to make a de facto legal dictatorship. Called the Reichstag Fire Decree. It suspended basic rights and allowed detention without trial. Adolf Hitler also helped get the passage of the Enabling Act. Which in fact gave his cabinet full legislative powers for only a period of four years and allowed deviations from the constitution. Then the unspeakable happened Adolf HItler finally went over the edge in August 1934 he took over Germany. With his nazi party he enacted over 100 laws and retreated from the league of nations. At the moment, a world war was imminent. “The victor will never be asked if he told the truth” -Adolf

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