Adolf Hitler

About Adolf Hitler Biography: All Information from Birth to Death

Adolf Hitler

If you want to shine like the sun first you have to burn like it.

  • Born: 20 April 1889, Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary
  • Died: 30 April 1945 (aged 56), Berlin, Nazi Germany
  • Cause of death: Suicide by gunshot
  • Political party: Nazi Party (1921–1945)

Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in a place called Braun am Inn, Austria. He had his early education at a place called Lynge. Adolf Hitler did not want to be a civil servant like his father. He was not sharp in his studies, so he was also struggling in secondary school, and eventually, he was dropped out. He was a famous German politician and dictator. He was the leader of the ‘National Socialist German Workers Party’ (NSDAP). This party is often known as the ‘Nazi Party’.

After the death of his father in 1903, he went to Vienna to become an artist but was not selected by Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts. He had also done painting work in homes for his maintenance.

Hitler’s first love was a Jewish girl. But Hitler did not have enough courage at that time to express his love to the girl. The happiest day of Hitler’s life was when, in the year 1938, Times magazine gave Hitler the title of ‘The Man of the Year’. For the first time in modern history, Hitler was the first person to launch an anti-smoking campaign.

Germany was defeated in the First World War, after this, in 1918 AD, he founded the Nazi party and filled its members with patriotism and blamed the Jews for the defeat of the First World War. He instilled hatred for Jews in everyone’s heart and said that Jews are a curse for Germany. About six million Jews were killed due to this hatred.

In 1923, Hitler tried to overthrow the German government in which he failed and was sentenced to 5 years and put in jail. During this time he wrote his autobiography titled Mein Kampf. In this, the principles of the Nazi party were discussed.

By 1932, the number of Nazi party members in Parliament had risen to 230. Hitler dissolved the German Parliament as Chancellor in 1933,
declaring the Communist Party illegal. Hitler left the League of Nations in 1933 and began to increase Germany’s military power keeping in mind the future war. In 1933, Hitler resorted to economic dissatisfaction, public discontent, and political plight to gain full power in Germany.

In 1933, Hitler resorted to economic simulations, exemplary public and political plight in the public to gain full power in Germany. On 1 September 1939, Hitler started World War II to control Europe. They wanted to assert their authority all over Britain, for this, they made treaties with many states and got many states under their control. Before the war, he made a treaty with Italy in 1937 and after that, he asserted his authority over Australia.

Hitler then made a treaty with Russia and renamed the eastern part of Poland as Russia and gradually took control of the western part as well. In this way, he acquired his dominion in several states one after the other and the war started. After this, after the defeat of France, after making a treaty with Mussolini, he also thought of asserting his authority over Russia and attacked it.

Under the leadership of Hitler and on the strength of Hitler’s inspirational plans, the Nazi empire killed about 5.5 million Jews and millions of people saw the massacre with their own eyes. Hitler and the Nazi Empire are responsible for the 19.3 million people killed in the war and the prisoners taken in the war. If seen, about 29 million soldiers and civilians were killed in the war, this was the second world of Europe. We cannot even estimate the number of soldiers and civilians killed in the Second World War. We will not find such a massacre anywhere in history.

Under Hitler’s leadership, by 1941, Nazi forces had taken over Europe. Since Hitler was taking enmity from all the neighboring countries, the Allied forces defeated his army. Hitler committed suicide with his wife Eva Brown on 30 April 1945 after being surrounded by Soviet forces by shooting himself in a bunker 50 feet below the ground in Berlin.

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