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On the evening of April 20 1889 at 630 pm the screams of one of lifes most precious things was born A boy but not just any boy This fair skinned child with loving parent would one day become one of the most feared men ever to walk the earth This mans name was Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler was born in the small Austrian village of Braunau Amlnn just across the border from German Bavaria He was born into a poor family with an embarrassing past This past would prove to be a lifelong embarrassment and concern to him Adolfs father was named Alois Schicklgruber Alois was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber It is widely spoke that Alois was the son of a local mill worker that was part Jewish In 1876 Alois Schicklgruber took the name Alois Hitler He wanted his name changed to Hiedler but it ended up in the record books and Hitler Little Hitlers mother was born Klara Hiedler A local girl that was very poor and had almost no education She was Aloiss niece by name only Before Alois and Klara were married they needed to get permission form the Catholic church because Alois changed his name Alois already had 2 kids from his previous marriages They came to live with him after the wedding Klara was already pregnant with a child that had no father The child died shortly after birth Klara would have two other kids by Alois before Adolf but again they also died within hours of birth After Adolf birth two other siblings were born a brother who lived until his sixth birthday and a sister who out lived Adolf Adolf started school at age 6 He was an argumentative little ring leader who liked to stay outside and hang around with husky boys He was a good student that had little trouble with school in general He was not into sports but did participate
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