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The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler

            Adolf Hitler is a very well known dictator. He started World war two, and committed suicide before Germany's defeat on April 30th, 1945. Hitler, however, was not always political, he had dreams, family, before he began his evil ways. Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889, in Austrian town called Braunnau. Austria is not part of Germany, but speaks German and shares many of the same aspects as Germany. Alois Hitler, Adolf Hitler's father, was born out of wedlock to Maria Anna Schickelgruber. Alois, being born out of wedlock cause speculations, even today. In 1898, when Adolf Hitler was ten years old, his father Alois, and mother Klara moved to Linz, the capital of upper Austria. Adolf and Alois Hitler faught a lot due to Adolf wanting to be an artist. Alois wanted Adolf to enter the Habsburg civil service. After Alois died, Adolf convinced his mother Klara, to allow him to follow his dream of becoming an artist. while his mother was dying of breast cancer he took an exam to enter the Vienna academy of the arts, but he failed. In 1908, not long after his mother died, Adolf Hitler moved to Vienna in hopes for another chance at the entrance of art academy.
             While Hitler lived in vienna, between February 1908 and May 1913, he started to develop his political views. When he lived with his family he had little or no contact with Jews. A year after living in Vienna, Hitler had spent all his inheritance left to him by his parents. He refused join the civil service. By the end of 1909, Hitler began to paint watercolor scenes of Vienna with his business partner. That gave him money to live on. In 1913, Hitler left to Munich. Like most middle-class German nationalists, Hitler was somewhat anti semitic. Hitler had business relationships, and sometimes relied on Jews. After world war one, Hitler started to really focus on anti semitism ideology. Hitler was moved to anti semitism due to two political movements in Vienna, the first was by Austrian Pan-German politician, Georg Von Schonerer.

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