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Nazi Germany demonstrates the consequences of an hostile nation Adolf Hitler 1889-1945 a powerful German dictator of the twenty century brought Germany to its down Adolf was born to Klara and Aloise Hitler He was the fourth child The family was not poverty-stricken by any means His father was an important figure in Austria he worked very hard for success When Hitler began school in 1900 is was recognized right away that he was above average in his studies His parents decided that he would attend Realschule a secondary school that focused on the study of language and technical subjects He did unsatisfactorily during his first year however the second year he improved greatly he and his father on what his career choices should be Adolf wanted to be an artist after his fathers death in 1903 he quit school his education level was ninth grade He enrolled in the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts but was rejected When his mother died in 1908 he pretended to be studying in Vienna that way he would be entitled to what is called an orphan fund When he ran out of his inheritance he refused to work Subsequently he ended up in a shelter for the homeless This is where he learned about the Aryans an ill defined race which included the Germans he started gathering information on politics and becoming more and more involved in the political world He was learning how to use his voice in public and finding his own style In 1910 he began painting and selling postcards for a living he did this for about three years His life was improving In 1914 World War I broke out and he served from beginning to the end He was decorated for bravery quite a few times but never moved up in ranks it was probably because he was a loner
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