Adolf Hitler 1889 – 1945
(German: "The Leader")
Caption: Der Führer als Tierfreund - The
Führer as animal-lover.
Karl Stehle Private Collection, Munich.
And yes, this one
as introduction simply to provoke.
Austrian born Adolf Hitler was a clever and manipulative politician.
Charismatic and energetic, he became Germany's dictator and military
leader. His bombastic speeches held audiences spellbound.
Adolf Hitler's father was
Alois Hitler. Alois Hitler was
illegitimate, so he was Alois Schicklgruber for a while,
Schicklgruber being Alois mother's name. Alois lived 1837 - 1903. He
was a customs official. He died after suffering a pleural
Anna Glassl-Hörer in 1873. The two divorced in 1880.
Alois married his second wife,
Franziska Matzelsberger, in
1883. The couple had two children — Alois
Jr. and Angela
(Angela became the mother of Angela Jr., also called Geli. See more
Alois married his third wife, Klara
Pölzl, in 1885.
Adolf Hitler's mother
was Klara Hitler, nee
Poelzl (also spelled Pölzl), who
lived 1860 - 1907.
Alois Hitler (or Schicklgruber) and
Klara Pölzl married on January 7, 1885. Klara was 23 years younger
Klara and Alois Hitler
Hitler (or Schicklgruber) and Klara
Pölzl had six children.
Adolf Hitler's siblings were
Hitler was born on May 10 or May 17,
1885, and died of diphtheria on
December 8, 1887.
Hitler was born on September 23,
1886, and died of diphtheria on
January 2, 1888.
Hitler was born, and died, in 1887,
shortly after his birth.
Hitler was born on March 24, 1894,
and died on February 28, 1900.
Hitler was born on January 21, 1896,
and died on June 1, 1960. Brother
Adolf insisted on a name change, so
Paula Hitler changed her name to
Paula Wolff. Paula recalled:
"The first time that my brother
suggested my changing my name
was at the Olympic Games in
Garmisch. He wanted me to live
under the name of Wolff, and
maintain the strictest
incognito. That was sufficient
for me. From then on I kept this
name. I added the Mrs. as I
thought that less conspicuous."
lived in Vienna when she was
arrested by US officials in May
1945. She was eventually released
and returned to Vienna. In December
1952, Paula moved to Berchtesgaden,
Germany, where she lived until her
death on June 1, 1960.
Hitler never married and had no
Hitler's sweetheart was Eva Braun.
Adolf Hitler had no children.
Contrary to popular belief, Hitler was not dropped by evil aliens
but was a result of human reproduction. Here is proof:
BABY ADOLF AROUND
Adolf Hitler provoked
II and was responsible for the
Holocaust. It took the
unusual alliance of capitalists and communists to end his reign. His
name became proverbial for evil.
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Hitler grew up in Austria. He enjoyed drawing but failed twice to
pass the exam at the academy of arts. He moved to Munich and
volunteered for the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment in
War I. During the war, he was wounded and gassed. He was
also awarded for bravery in action.
After the war, he joined the Nazi Party, which stands short for National Socialist German
Worker's Party. He was soon in charge of the party's propaganda and
eventually became its chairman. For his unsuccessful
Putsch, in which National Socialists attempted to seize power,
Hitler was arrested and imprisoned for nine months.
He wrote his autobiography Mein Kampf (My Struggle) while in
MEIN KAMPF BY
ADOLF HITLER, 1941
Deutsches Historisches Museum
Later, Hitler unsuccessfully challenged
Paul von Hindenburg in the
1932 chancellor election.
On July 15, 1932, Hitler recorded his
Appeal to the Nation as part of his campaign for the
Reichstag elections on July 31, 1932. The original German title was
Appell an die
Nation. It was a cross section of his election speeches
of that year so far.
Chancellor Adolf Hitler
On January 30, 1933, Paul von Hindenburg appointed Adolf Hitler
On February 1, 1933, at 10 pm, Hitler
gave his first speech as chancellor — The Appeal of the Reich
Government to the German People. He delivered it from his office
and it was nationally broadcast on radio.
Hitler gave his
Proclamation to the German Nation on February
10, 1933, at the Sports Palace (Sportspalast) in Berlin. In this
speech, which was also nationally broadcast, Hitler asked the German
"give us four years."
And here is the speech in German —
Das Deutsche Volk,
also called his Sportpalast-Kundgebung.
Immediately after his appointment as
chancellor, Hitler established an
absolute dictatorship. A huge stepping stone on his way to unlimited
power was the Enabling Act (Ermächtigungsgesetz) of
March 23, 1933.
On January 30, 1939, Hitler gave his speech
The Jewish Question before parliament (reichstag) in
Go here for the original German version of the speech,
Die Juedische Frage.
On August 18, 1939, the forerunner of
the T4 program, the program that would arrange for the killing of 275,000
mentally or p