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How hitler rose to power
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Adolf Hitler, a man who started of as an ignorant young boy brought up in Austria, became one of the most powerful Chancellors Germany has ever had. On April 20th 1889 in Braunau, Austria, Adolf Hitler was born to Alois Schicklgruber (later changed to Hitler) and Klara Polzl. Adolf began to fail at something he desired the most, Art and gradually started to be a failure in life. At 16, he left school as he failed his examinations and did nothing for a couple of years. Hitler's mum death affected him deeply, thus he wanted to pursue his dreams of becoming an artist. Over failing his exam entrance to the Vienna Art Academy in 1907 Hitler lived in a hostel for tramps. Eventually, Hitler left Austria for a country he most looked up to, Germany, as he also joined the German army becoming a messenger at the trenches. A few months after WW1 ended, Hitler joined a new political party called the National Socialists German Worker's - party or the Nazi party for when Hitler became the German Chancellor. Hitler became Chancellor in 1933 because of 5 types of reasons, they were: His hatred toward the Treaty of Versailles in
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