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  • Adolf Hitler

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    How significant was Hitler’s Leadership? Adolf Hitler broke a lot of rules for being inforced by the “Treaty of Versailles”. Hitler became united with Austria and he broke the limits of the military and he also never payed reperations. It ended by a lot of resentment’s by British and French. But, the treaty was holding everything together and then after he broke tis and it caused to be a collapse in peace. What did Fuhrerprinzip believe? Fuhrerprinzip ( The fundamental basis of the political authority

  • Adolf Hitler

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    The Life of Adolf Hitler “Tomorrow's history about me will be incorrect, they will call me a dictator, and responsible for the death of millions of jews. A day will come, the world will realize what I did was correct. I destroyed 90% of the jews, and leaving 10% of the world to understand why I killed them” (Adolf Hitler). Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria, Hungary. If Hitler's father wouldn't have changed his last name in 1877, Hitler's name would be Adolf Schicklgruber (Reiner)

  • Adolf Hitler

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    Hitler leadership was not significant because he was defeated, cheated to have power and he was trying to take over the world, but did not succeed at it, and he was out of his mind, and he did kill himself so he could not get arrested or punished so he took the easy way out. Hitler was the chancellor and he had 400 nazis so he made a rule that they were the only group and it was approved because there were 400 Nazis. He had to be a person from Germany so he asks Austria that he can take over them

  • Adolf Hitler

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    Adolf Hitler played a huge part in World War II and was one of the major reasons the war happened at all. World War II was a devastating war where millions of soldiers and civilians died. Hitler started to take over countries like Austria with little or no resistance. When he later tried to invade Poland, Britain declared war. Even though there was very little fighting at the time Britain declared war, Hitler’s ideas and goals for Germany were what initially caused World War II and later led to the

  • Adolf Hitler

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    horrible attempt to annihilate certain races and religions was all brought upon by one man, Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler took power in 1833 and immediately started his plan to exterminate the Jews. Hitler had the Nazi party behind him and eventually thousands of soldiers to help him invade the many countries for living Jews. He held rallies where he had speeches to his followers and had what is called the Hitler Youth Movement that teaches the youth on what only the Nazi’s racial and political influence

  • Adolf Hitler

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    Hitler and the Rise of the Nazi Party Adolf Hitler, the man above men, known for being the leader and influencing the country of Germany induced the massive killing of the Jews. Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Braunau, Austria and died April 30, 1945 in Berlin, Germany. Hitler died by committing suicide after he had been hiding in his underground bunker in 1945 (Marcovitz). The cruelty of this mass murdering of the Jews has a high arcing body count of about six million. Hitler assigned

  • Adolf Hitler

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    Adolf Hitler “The one who does not remember history is bound to live through it again” –George Santayana Adolf Hitler is known for having the greatest impact on Europe in all of history, especially Germany. Although the majority of people look down on him for his mass murder of about 6 million Jews in a short time period, his story of influence on a whole country is incredible. He started out as a boy from a little town in Austria with nothing more than a paintbrush and a dream; a dream to become

  • A Comparison Of Hitler And Adolf Hitler

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    a lot like Adolf Hitler’s “superior race.” Hitler was trying to modify Germany’s population to be blond haired and blue eyed by killing off everyone who didn’t fit his barbaric expectations-- which is what any sane person would do, right? Hitler was not the only world leader to inflict such pain on his people: Joseph Stalin was right there with him. Hitler’s rise to power happened several years before Stalin’s, but that does not make Stalin’s destruction any less painful. Adolf Hitler and Joseph

  • Hitler And The Impacts Of Hitler By Adolf Hitler

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    Adolf Hitler was a man that originally came from Poland, and was elected as chancellor in January 1933. He then went on to appoint himself Führer over a Nazi dictatorship, using communism and the Jewish as scapegoats. Throughout the Nazi reign, they had escalating levels of impact on the lives of people, especially women, children, workers, and the minorities, who were people of colour, gypsies, Jews, homosexuals and the disabled. When Hitler and the Nazis came into power in 1933, they had many

  • Essay on Adolf Hitler

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    Adolf Hitler “Germany will either be a world power or will not be at all.” (Hitler 137) Hitler was driven by his hunger for power, causing the death of millions of innocent people. No one could have known the dramatic effect this man would soon have on the world. Adolf Hitler’s life began in Austria on April 20, 1889. Born at the Braunqu-am-inn. Hitler had four siblings Gustav Hitler, Ida Hitler, Paula Hitler, and Edmund Hitler. Gustav and Ida Hitler died in their infancy, while his brother