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Adolf Hitler wasnt always a cold-hearted dictator He believe it or not was a regular little boy who rose to a monster He was born on April 20 1889 in Braunua Austria He was the fourth child of Alois Hitler and Klara Polzl His father was a very strict man and demanded the highest respect from his children He enforced this with the occasional slap upside the head I think this is partially what drove him to insanity The other part I think comes from his mother His mother was overprotective of him and did nothing but shower him with love To a certain extent that can make you go crazy The infant Hitler lived in his hometown until the age of three At this point his family moved to Passau along the Inn River on the German side of the border The family moved once more after the birth of his brother Edmund They were now located on a farm in a town 30 miles southwest of Linz There his sister Paula was born That made the 5th full-blooded sibling He also had two half siblings from his fathers previous two marriages As a child Adolf wanted to be a priest For a portion of his life he lived across the street from a large Benedictine monastery By the beginning of a new century 1900 Hitler started to paint He became a great artist As a child he flipped flopped what he wanted to be when he grew up He wound up going to the school that his fathers choose He was enrolled in the Realschule He did not do well there In the year 1903 Alois Hitler died He suffered from a pleural hemorrhage Approximately two and a half years later he dropped out of school This was partially because he suffered from lung infections and partially because of the result of poor schoolwork Only four years
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