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Hitler was born on April 20 1889 at 630 PM in the small Austrian village of Braunau just across the border from German Bavaria A World War I hero Hitler eventually became the leader of the Nazi party He was responsible for the biggest mass murder the world has known Commonly called the Holocaust the Nazis gained control of power in Germany and quickly wanted to create a single master race Therefore Jews as well as many others including the disabled were rounded up and killed As many as 6 million died at the hands of Hitlers men Hitler was born into a middle class family and achieved much military success during WWI but he was not happy and that brings me to his wishAs Hitler sits at the dinner table surrounded by friends and family it is April 20 1931 and Adolph has decided to apply for Art School His wish is to make it as an artist He has been making money-painting postcards by hand and hopes to attend art school in Austria where he can make more money In reality Hitler sends his application to the Architecture department on accident and they dont know what to do with it so they send him a response that basically says that he didnt get in and he should try again next yearWell instead of becoming an artist he gets into politics and soon it leads to destruction of the world in WWII So for his 42nd birthday he wishes for his acceptance into the art school and this time he gets in He is widely renowned for his work in the school and quickly gains acceptance He graduates with honors and earns an honest living and lives a simple life Hitler is very satisfied with his life and Germany remains under control by the Kaiser If his wish comes true it would mean some remarkable changes in the history of the world The US
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