Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler was born on April 20,1889. This was the beginning with horrible plans for power and control of other people.Some of the things that
Hitler did throughout his life were very cruel things; first of all, he was a man who loved war and fighting. Second, he was in charge of putting all of the innocent Jews into Concentration Camps and killing them. Third, he wanted one dominate race of all the same kind of people. Fourth, he had a life long obsession with danger. Fifth, he blamed the Jews for the war debt and sentenced them all to die. So as you can see already Hitler was a very cruel person. The fact that he wanted one dominate race was unbelievably true. First of all, the fact he would kill everyone one
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So in conclusion Hitler became very involved in this new party. Hitler was a skillful schemer, politician, and organizer. For example, he became leader of the Nazi party and built up membership fast. This came partly from his ability to stir street crowds with his speeches. Hitler had too much control over the Nazi party; for example he attacked the government and assured that the Nazi party would assure jobs for workers and greatness for
Germany. So in concusion Hitler was proving to be a good organizer and politician. Hitler organized a private army of hoodlums who became known as storm troopers. They fought Communist and others who tried to break up the Nazi party.
Hitler established many of these. For example, in October 1923, he had 15,000
Nazi party members with machine guns and rifles. Next, to identify these men as special Nazi party members, he gave them brown shirts with swastikas on them to distinguish them as part of the Nazi party. In 1923 Germany was deep in trouble; first it's money had lost almost all of it's value because of severe economic problems. Second, France and
Belgium had sent troops to occupy the Rhur valley of Germany. Third, the
Bavarian state government in Munich was open to conflict with the national government in Berlin. Hitler regarded this quarrel as a chance to take over both the Bavarian and the national German governments. So as you can see Hitler was starting to get

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