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The Rise of Hitler I Introduction Exactly how did Hitler come into power What drove him to become the way he was Why did he kill all those people In this report Ill examine these questions and many others II The early years Hitler was born on April 20 1889 at Branau am Inn in Austria-Hungary He went by his mothers last name Schicklegruber until 1876 when he took the name Hitler He spent much of his childhood in upper Austria linz He had a terrible record in school He stayed in school until 1905 when he was 16 years old He aspired to become an artist and applied for entrance into the Vienna academy but was rejected for lack of talent Hitlers mother passed away five years after the death of his father The death of his mother was an important event because it helps to explain his anti-Semitic views His Mother Klara was diagnosed with breast cancer and treated with a kind of iodine Their family doctor was Jewish and his name was Edward Bloch Klara died on December 21 1907 On Christmas eve Hitler went and thanked Bloch for doing all he could and then Bloch gave him the bill His mothers doctor bill amounted to ten percent of his mothers estate That was when Hitler became furious with Jewish peoples and began hating Jews For the next few years Hitler made his living writing postcards for advertisements III Before and after World War I German generals requested armistice negotiations with the allies in November of 1918 Under the terms of the armistice the German army was allowed to remain intact They were not forced to admit defeat by surrendering The French and British were convinced Germany would not be a threat again The failure to force German general staff to admit defeat would have a huge impact on the future
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