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The Life of Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was born on the 20th day of April of the year 1889 He was born in the small town of Austria known as Braunau It was right along the Inn River across from Germany His father was Alois Hilter and right after his sons birth he moved his family to Linz Austria Adolf started school there and at first was a good student but later in his studies he did poorly This disappointed and angered Alois his father because his fathers hopes were that Hitler one day study to become a government official like him Apart from his fathers wish Adolfs desire was to become an artist which abruptly came to an end after he failed the artist entrance exam twice in Vienna His mother died during that period so Hitler remained in Vienna During his time their he learned to dislike non-German speaking people eventhough he was not German himself Hitler went to Munich Germany in a year before World War I He remained there and when war broke out in 1914 he volunteered for the German army In that war Hitler was awarded twice for bravery and rose to the position of corporal After the treaty of Versailles ended the war and left Germany in despair Hitler remained there hospitalized The turn in Adolfs life occurred when in 1920 he joined the Nazi socialist party The Nazis called for all Germans to unite in one group Hitler became the leader of the party and organized an army known as the Storm Troopers who protected the Nazi group In an attempt to seize the Bavarian government Hitler on November 9 1923 led more than 2000 troopers on a march and was arrested He was sentenced for five years in prison but ended up serving only 9 months During this period he wrote the book Mein Kampf German for my struggle
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