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Adolf Hitler, to some, was a great ruler, but to others he was a murderer. Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party and was the dictator of Germany. He ordered to have millions of Jews murdered or thrown in prisons.
Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889, in a small town in Australia called Branuan. His dad\'s name was Alios Hitler and was a customs official. He was 51 years old when Adolf was born. Klara Polz, Adolf\'s mother, was a farm girl and was 28 when Adolf was born. Klara and Alios had 6 children , but only Adolf and his sister Paula survived childhood.
Adolf was a good student in elementary and got good grades. When he reached high school his studies dropped, and he dropped out of school when he was just 16 years old.
In 1903 his father, Alios, died. Four years later, Hitler went to Vienna to study art, while he was away his mother, Klara, died.
Hitler\'s hate for Jews and Slavs grew and became fiercely nationalistic. In 1913 he moved to Munich, Germany to become part of the Australian Army. The army found him physically unfit to be in the service.
World War I began August 1914 and Hitler immediately signed for the Germany Army and was accepted. He served as a messenger and was decorated twice for bravery after two near death experiences. He was promoted to corporal. While recovering from an battle injury that caused temporary blindness, Germany surrendered to her enemies in November 1918. Hitler was angered and felt compelled to save Germany.
In the Autumn of 1919, Hitler attended meetings of the "Germany Workers Party." After joining the group and they decided to change their name to "National Socialist German Workers." This party was soon known as the Nazi party. Hitler was chosen as the leader because he was a skillful politician and organizer.
In 1923 German workers went on strike against the government. Germany\'s money value decreased to about nothing. Hitler proclaimed a Nazi revolution or a "putch." While Hitler and 2,000 troops were protesting, the police shot into the crowd, killing 16 troops.
Hitler was arrested and sentenced to five years in jail. While Hitler was in jail he wrote the Mein Kamph which means "My Struggle." The book revealed his beliefs and ideas for Germany\'s government and his plans on taking over Europe. He believed that Germans were superior humanity and Hitler wanted to keep Germany "pure." He said Jews and Slavs were the evils of the world. In December 1924, Hitler was released after serving only nine months.
The economy\'s recovery was very slow, but now most people had work, homes, food, and hopes for the future. After the revolt, the government decided to outlaw the Nazi party.
Hitler argued against the government to lift the law. The government later decided to lift the law.
The depression hit Germany in 1930. Hitler spoke many speeches promising to get rid of the communists and other "enemies." In 1933 Hitler became chancellor of Germany. There were two other Nazi in the cabinet, Goering and Wilhelm Frick. Through Wilhelm Frick leadership the Nazis had control of the police. Groering organized a big army and ordered them to shoot any "enemies" on any encounter.
When the dictator, Hindenburg, died, Hitler became dictator and received full power of Germany. Hitler preferred the name Fuhrer und Reichskanzer meaning "leader." With
the Nazi party controlling Germany, Jews were ordered around frequently. In 1935 the Jews in Germany were declared to have lesser rights than any other citizens. Thousands of Jews decided to leave their homes. The Jews who stayed were forced into concentration camps and needed official permission to accept work, move, or even travel.
Hitler set up organizations to train children military discipline and loyalty to the country. The boys organizations was called "Hitler\'s Youth." The girls organization was called "Society of Germany Maidens." The kids were taught to spy on their families and report on anti-Nazi criticism.
Hitler began to build the army so it was ready to fight. In 1938 Hitler took over Australia and made is part of Germany. In March 1939 he took over Czechoslovakia. Later on September 1, 1939 Germany invaded Poland starting World War 2. Britain and France declared war two
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