Adolf Hitler Drop Out Analysis

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The author began with a look at Adolf Hitler's family. Hitler's father, in 1876, thirteen years before Hitler's birth, changed his name from Alois Schicklgruber to Alois Hitler. The author noted that "Heil Schicklgruber" doesn't have the same ring as "Heil Hitler." Hitler's father, Alois, was unloving and strict but his mother, having lost several children in infancy, was overly protective and might have been the only person Hitler really loved. In part two, Hitler's was a good student, making good grades without putting out a great deal of effort. He enjoyed the American adventure series about Indians written by Karl May and, as leader of the German Army, insisted that his generals read these to improve their imaginations. As Hitler was about…show more content…
When the ticket failed to produce the expected windfall, Hitler was furious with the state lottery commission. 4 Drop-Out Drop-Out Summary and Analysis For five years, Hitler lived in Vienna. There were many Jews and the anti-Jewish sentiment was strong. Hitler watched those who led those movements and learned lessons, including how to use a crowd for his own purpose, the value of propaganda, and hatred of organized labor. In part two, Hitler was eighteen and living in Vienna and corresponded with his family for only a few years. His friend Gustl lived with him for a time and said that Hitler often went off on tirades, ranting about everything and everybody. Hitler read a lot, including the newspapers. In part three, Gustl brought home a young female music student for study and Hitler became angry, saying that education was wasted on women. He never drank and avoided prostitutes as morally "decadent" and crawling with infections. His purpose seemed to be to "uphold the strength and purity of the German race." Hitler decided to make a second application to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna but was denied even the opportunity to take the entrance exam. In part four, he stayed

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