One of the most prominent names in the history of the world is Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler’s impact on the twentieth century is much more than any other man. Whether this impact is considered good or not, it does not matter.
Hitler’s influence on the world, although not a good one, is unquestionable. Many leaders have had inspirations of ruling the world, but few of those leaders have had the strength or power to even attempt world domination. But Hitler was one of those few, his ability to lead a group into a fight for immoral purposes, and total control over Germany led to his dominance. Hitler’s promise to Germany to bring the country back to a major power status lured the country into his rule. Germany had visions
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So you can see that Hitler’s childhood was very unbalanced. By 1900, Hitler's talents as an artist surfaced. He did well enough in school to be eligible for either the university preparatory "gymnasium" or the technical/scientific Realschule. Because the Realschule had a course in drawing, Hitler accepted his father's decision to enroll him in the Realschule. Hitler would not last long there, partially because of illness, and partially because he was not doing well grade wise. So he dropped out of school at the age of sixteen. In 1906, Adolf was permitted to visit Vienna, but he was unable to get into the art school there. Hitler spent six years in Vienna, living on a small income from his father and an orphan's pension. Virtually penniless by 1909, he wandered Vienna sleeping in bars, flophouses, and shelters for the homeless, including those financed by Jewish philanthropists. It was during this period that he developed his prejudices about Jews, his interest in politics, and debating skills. However, Vienna was a center of anti-Semitism, and the media's portrayal of Jews as scapegoats with stereotypes did not escape Hitler's mind-set. Seeking to avoid military service, Hitler left Vienna for Munich, the capital of Bavaria. But the police would soon come to his door bearing a draft notice from the