One of the Most Notorious Leaders' in World History
Hitler was born on April 20th of 1889.
Important Events in Hitler's life
1909- Hitler became homeless and struggled to survive
1914- Hitler joins the army to fight in World War 1
1921- Hitler reestablishes the Nation Socialist German Workers' Party
1945- Hitler allegedly commits suicide.
Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889, baptized and raised as a Catholic. Ever since he was young, Hitler was always interested in singing, dancing, and even the visual arts! His younger brother Edmund died of measles in 1900 changing Hitler from a confident and outgoing student to a quiet depressed child. Hitler wanted to pursue his dream of the arts but his father disapproved which caused tension in the family. After his father's death in 1903, Hitler auditioned for Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts, but he was not accepted. Hitler spiraled into depression when his Mother died of breast cancer during the year of 1907.
PEOPLE WHO INFLUENCED HITLER'S LIFE
- Hitler's mother inspired him to pursue his love for the arts.
- Hitler's father taught him traits such as leadership, and to work for what you want in life.
- Hitler never visited a single concentration camp
- Hitler had chronic flatulence, which meant he passed gas uncontrollably.
- Hitler was a cartoonist in his army newspaper.
- Hitler held the first modern anti-smoking campaign.
- Hitler was a brilliant military leader, taking over multiple countries at the same time.
- Hitler was able to fully restore Germany's military.
- Hitler pulled Germany out of a deep economic depression.
Hitler's Words of Advice
Positive things Hitler believed in was that if you want anything in life, you should work for it. Things aren't just given to you and you have to earn them. Hitler was strongly against animal abuse and smoking, he made several speeches and held campaigns against them while he was still in power.
The Theme of Hitler's Life Was...
Hitler firmly believed he was bettering the world and humanity as a whole by riding it of what he considered a burden; Gypsies, homosexuals, the mentally ill, Jews, the disabled, and other minorities. In the eyes of everyone else, Hitler's beliefs and actions were incredibly wrong and can be used as a lesson to ensure that history does not repeat itself.
Heyes, Ellen. Adolf Hitler. 1st ed. Vol. 1. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print