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The Life of Adolf Hitler

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Adolf Hitler



Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler - born 1889 died 1945

Adolf Hitler's early life from 1889 to 1918:

Adolf Hitler, the leader of Nazi Germany,   was born on April 20th 1889 in a small Austrian town called Braunau, near to the German border.







The house where Hitler was born


His father - Alois - was fifty-one when Hitler was born. He was short-tempered, strict and brutal. It is known that he frequently hit the young Hitler. Alois had an elder son from a previous marriage but he had ended up in jail for theft. Alois was determined that Hitler was not going to go down the same round - hence his brutal approach to bringing up Hitler. Some believe that the background of Alois was a potential source of embarrassment for the future leader of Nazi Germany, though experts on Hitler's background disagree with what Hans Frank wrote.



Hitler's father was the illegitimate child of a cook named (Maria Anna) Schickelgruber. This cook, the grandmother of Adolf Hitler, was working for a Jewish family named Frankenburger, when she became pregnant. Frankenburger paid Schickelbruber, a paternity allowance from the time of the child's birth up to his fourteenth year.
From a secret report by the Nazi Hans Frank. Written in 1930


Alois was a civil servant. This was a respectable job in Brannau. He was shocked and totally disapproving when the young Hitler told him of his desire to be an artist. Alois wanted Hitler to join the civil service.

Hitler’s mother - Clara - was the opposite of Alois - very caring and loving and she frequently took Hitler’s side when his father’s poor temper got the better of him. She doted on her son and for the...

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