The Monstrosity of Adolf Hitler

The Monstrosity of Adolf Hitler

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The Monstrous Acts of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler did not come into the world as a monster; he was the fourth, of six siblings, of Alois Schickelgruber and Klara Hitler. Although he later became a German Politian he was actually born in Austria on April 20th, 1889. He lived with his parents in the Austrian town of Braunau until the age of twenty. Hitler was a dazzling student in primary school, and he was loved by all his classmates and often played a leadership role whenever an assignment was given to the class. However Hitler attended a larger secondary school, and he struggled to maintain the same success and popularity as he did in primary school because the competition in secondary school was much tougher than he had been used to. Hitler reviled Austria and because of that he refused to register for the military service in 1909 and eluded authorities for four years, before being caught. Hitler volunteered to join the German army during the First World War; he believed the German military was far superior to that of other European countries.

Later, in his blossoming career as a German Politian, as a member of the Nazi’s party, Hitler proposed the Nazi party program which consisted of twenty-five points which “[were] presented at a public meeting on February 24th, 1920, with over two thousand eager participants.” (Grobman) “Revoking the Versailles Treaty, confiscating war profits, expropriating land without compensation for use by the state, revoking civil rights for Jews, and expelling those Jews who had emigrated into Germany after the war began” (Grobman). Hitler’s Nazi party began to draw thousands of new members, who also detested the Jews. In 1921 he became the leader of the Nazi party and started his first attack on the Jews, claiming that the Jews undermined the war effort, and that the Jews betrayed Germany by preaching revolution, and blamed them for Germany signing the Treaty of Versailles, which caused a reduction of thirty-eight...

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