When talking about Adolf Hitler, people immediately think of a deadly and brutal past. So who is Hitler that we should be so terrified of? Hitler was once the greatest threat against democracy and world peace. Germans often avoid mentioning Hitler due to his despicable crimes. However, the secrets of the leader of the Nazi Party are still of interest to researchers.
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria. Later in his life, he lived mainly in Germany, so he was Austrian - German. He used to be the victim of bullying since his childhood. In 1921, Hitler became the chairman of the Nazi Workers' Party. In 1933, he became chancellor of Germany.
Adolf Hitler - the spark that touched off World War II
Hitler lost his father when he was 13, which caused a great sense of loss for him. Despite the burden falling on his mother with a meager pension, he still dreamed of becoming an artist. In 1906, his mother died, from then on Hitler had to fend for himself in hardship. 1913 was a milestone in Hitler's life since he began to engage in political activities this time. He was step by step becoming the leader of German Nazism.
All his distorted thoughts stem from his miserable childhood.
Family influence: Hitler was a sick and bullied child. He didn’t have friends and was completely lonely. Moreover, he was mentally affected by his violent father.
Shame on the origin: Hitler always appreciates people with Aryan blood, so they are superior people in his eyes. But Hitler was born into a mixed-race family since his father was the illegitimate son of a peasant family.
Personal weakness: Due to his weakness, he was not strong enough to be able to participate in sports activities. Hitler was once refused service by the Austrian army owing to his health problems. As a result, he increasingly worshiped violence and tended to have distorted thoughts.
Lack of education: Due to early dropout, he could not be fully educated. Although Hitler was an eloquent speaker, his thoughts were not valid. During his time in the library, Hitler received shallow, irrational and ludicrous ideas.
At the beginning of his political activities, Hitler attentively watched the activities of the three main parties in Austria. By doing this, Hitler could find out the strengths and weaknesses of contemporary political movements. Hitler matured with an extremely sharp political mind day by day. After fighting in World War I, Hitler was discharged from the army with anger at Germany's defeat. In 1919, Hitler joined a small right-wing group in Munich, which later became the National Socialist German Workers Party, or NAZI for short. Two years later, he became the leader of this Party. During his activities, Hitler tried to propagate his views against the Jews. At the same time, the ideas of German communists and democratic society were the cause for Germany to lose the war and suffer the harsh conditions of the Treaty of Versailles were delivered widely. In 1923, NAZI launched a main coup known as “the Beer Hall Putsch”. However, the coup failed, then Hitler was arrested and sentenced to 9 months in prison.
In 1929, the world economic crisis happened and engulfed Germany in inflation, unemployment, turmoil, instability and loss of confidence in the Political Party. Hitler took advantage of what happenings, he and the Nazi Party launched policies to save the country including territory expansion and internal repression. Because they were dissatisfied with the Political Party, Germans placed their trust in Hitler and his policies. In 1932, after the federal elections, the Nazis became the largest political party in the Parliament, holding 230 seats with 37.4% of the total popular vote. On January 30, 1933, under pressure from politicians, industrialists, and the business community, President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler Chancellor of Germany. This was the beginning of the dictatorial, barbaric rule of the Nazi leader Hitler.
During the time Nazi regime dominated Germany from 1934 to 1945, Hitler and the Nazi party committed plenty of utter evils, which caused an obsession with not only in Germany but all around the world.
Evil Regime: There are countless documents specifically mentioning Hitler's rule when he joined the Nazi party and led Nazism, all of which indicate cruelty and barbarism. Violence is the "guideline" of Hitler's rule. The opposition was bloodily suppressed by his regime.
Sparking the war: Hitler was the one who sparked World War II. The war led to the tragic death of many innocent people. Nowadays, even though living in a peaceful time, people have never forgotten that brutal history.
The Holocaust: The Holocaust is the massacre of 6 million people, which was brutally planned by Hitler. The absurd reason given for the massacre was to "purify the German blood". In addition, Hitler also committed countless crimes such as slashing, killing innocent people in many different countries. Even human lives were put into inhumane tests. These crimes continued to be carried out by the Nazi Party until the end of the World War II.
The Jews were bloodily suppressed by the political evils of Nazi Party
Since 1942, German Nazi failed miserably on every battlefield. The Red Army of the Soviet Union fired the first shot, then continuously attacked and suppressed German Nazi. By the end of 1943, the major territory in the east of German Nazi captured was liberated. The British and American armies continuously attacked Germany, causing German Nazi to quickly weaken. By the end of 1944, the Nazi regime was almost completely paralyzed.
By this time, Hitler almost lost his mind and imposed more cruel policies. These caused many serious consequences for the German. The Ardennes Offensive (December 16, 1944 – January 25, 1945) was the last major German campaign in the war.
On April 30, 1945, Hitler and his wife Eva Braun committed suicide in the Führerbunker. German fascism completely collapsed since then.
Despite being known as a fascist with evil political policies, Hitler was a man of great eloquence. Hitler's sayings are still famous to many people.
One of famous Hitler’s quotes that can give much motivation for you
“If you win, you need not have to explain...If you lose, you should not be there to explain!”
“If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”
“Do not compare yourself to others. If you do so, you are insulting yourself.”
“Think Thousand times before taking a decision But - After taking decision never turn back even if you get Thousand difficulties!”
“Humanitarianism is the expression of stupidity and cowardice.”
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