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A Biography of Hitlers Early Life Task Research the life of Adolf Hitler up to 1934 Write a biography of Hitlers early life Adolf Hitler was born on the 20th of April 1889 in Braunau Austria He was his parents fourth child Two of his brotherssisters had died from diphtheria when they were children and one died shortly after heshe was born His mother and father were Klara Hitler and Alois Schickelgruber His mother showered Adolf with love and affection His father who was a customs official showed little emotion towards his son When Adolf was three years old he moved to Passau Germany with the rest of his family His brother Edmond was born two years later The family moved again in 1895 to the Hafeld a village which was 30 miles Southwest of Linz Germany His sister Paula was born in 1896 the sixth child of Adolfs parents In his family was also a half brother and half sister from one of his fathers previous marriages After another move for six months Adolf lived opposite a large Benedictine Monastery On the coat of arms which belonged to the monastery was a swastika Which was later to become the main symbol of the Nazi party Whilst he was young Adolf wanted to enter the priesthood There were rumours that Adolfs father regularly beat him whilst he was young The young Adolf proved to be a talented This first surfaced in 1900 He did well in school and his father persuaded him to enrol in a technical and scientific Realschule he did not do very well here Hitler stayed there until 1905 He left here when he was 16 due to ill health He had many lung infections resulting in bad schoolwork He was not the only one in his family to suffer with lung problems His father died in 1903 of a pleural haemorrhage a blood clot on the
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