Adolf hitlers reign and life
He reportedly feared the same fate could befall him. Although there is some speculation about the manner of his death, it is widely believed that he shot himself.
On April 30, Hitler committed suicide. Most horrifying was Hitler's installment of the "final solution" of imprisoning and eventually destroying all Jewish men, women, and children in Himmler's concentration camps.
In Hitler ran out of money and was forced to live a bohemian life in homeless shelters and a men's dormitory.
Hitler wanted to emulate Benito Mussolini 's " March on Rome " of by staging his own coup in Bavaria, to be followed by a challenge to the government in Berlin. Adolph Hitler left school at the age of sixteen and went to Vienna where he hoped to enter the Academy and become a painter. While living in Vienna, Hitler found that he did not have much artistic talent and he soon became very poor. As Soviet troops entered the heart of Berlin , Hitler committed suicide on April 30, , in his underground bunker. He put Germany's six million unemployed to work to prepare the nation for war. September In the General Election, the Nazi Party increases its representatives in parliament from 14 to That December, Hitler attempted to direct another offensive through the Ardennes, trying to split British and American forces. Almost 30, Jewish men were arrested and sent to concentration camps, signaling more horrors to come. German nationalism had a particularly widespread following in the Mariahilf district, where Hitler lived. As in his profession of faith, he was responding to criticism from the Center Party that Nazism was a danger to Christianity. Although Hitler spent much of his time away from the front lines with some reports that his recollections of his time on the field were generally exaggerated , he was present at a number of significant battles and was wounded at the Battle of the Somme.
In the letter, Hitler argues that the aim of the government "must unshakably be the removal of the Jews altogether". Hitler was of great historical importance—a term that does not imply a positive judgment—because his actions changed the course of the world.
As the undisputed head of state, Hitler became supreme commander of the armed forces.
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