The death of his mother came as a bitter blow and he left for Vienna again to apply for the Academy again. He was rejected again and the school director proposed that Hitler take up architecture instead. The death of his parents threw Hitler into adversity as he had to earn his keep and survive. It was during this period that Hitler developed his anti-semitism
Chng_Sze_Han 4I Hitler's Government - A politician's Dream or Nightmare? Did Hitler’s government help or hinder the rise of Nazi politicians? The politicians that will be analysed are Hermann Goering, Joseph Goebbels and Reinhard Heydrich. This is namely because these were prominent politicians who were close to Hitler. To define terms, the government “having an impact” on these politicians’ rise to power would mean directly or indirectly pushing either the politicians higher up the political ladder or pushing down competition for these places in the top of the government.
Adolf Hitler’s childhood and young adult years had a sequence of unfortunate events that led him to develop a hatred for the Jews. On April 20, 1889, Adolf was brought into the world by his mother, Klara, and his father, Alois, near the German border in Braunau, Austria (Mishra). Alois, despite his rejection in society due to his illegitimate birth and underprivileged beginnings, worked his way up to an acceptable position in society from exceptionally poor beginnings (Weinberg). Klara was an Austrian gentlewoman who had an early death due to cancer (Weinberg). The doctor that was trying to heal Klara was Jewish, but despite his race, Hitler was appreciative for the care that the doctor provided because he had not yet developed a detestation towards the Jews (Weinberg).
This applies to Hitler because he was both feared and loved by many. Germany was not in good shape after WWI and when Hitler came and assured the people recovery, they could not refuse. In the end Hitler brought down the unemployment in Germany from 7 million to only 1 million in 12 months. Hitler knew how he could maintain his leadership, because one thing he knew was that he was feared by his enemies/opponents. Because of the great power that Hitler had, plenty of his political opponents would be commanded to be scared away or executed.
For one thing, he thought that he didn 't need to learn because he had art to move him a long through life. After Adolf dropped out of school he enrolled in a merger art school, but they didn’t want him there because he didn’t get his high school diploma. A couple years later his mom died of a disease and her death made Adolf have depression (He was a mama’s boy). Hitler learned how to hold back his emotions from anyone because of his rough childhood. Secondly, the wars he was in impacted him.
The causes of Hitler and the Nazi Party gaining power in Germany in 1934 were a large combination of factors. The first was losing world war one which created serious social, political, and economic effects on the Nation with the addition of the treaty of Versailles, the Wall Street crash and the Great Depression of 1929. Secondly, the newly elected socialist democratic government saw unable to provide solutions to all the crises - leading to the fall out of the Weimar Republic. The third factors were that Hitler would be secretly backed by powerful interests with the overuse of Article 48 and the supply of money from successful businessmen as he seemed to be the only politician able to provide the answers to the problems and his public speaking skills would catch the eye of the German public. The consequences were the by stealth, determination, and support along with myths, Hitler drove Germany into a dark abyss of moral decay which they had to fight to get out of in the long term.
In late 1931, when Hitler refused to let Geli travel to Vienna, she apparently took a pistol and killed herself. Historians still debate whether Hitler’s relationship with Geli was a sexual one. Rumors circulated at the time that the girl was either infatuated with her step-uncle or was the victim of his abusive attentions. Either way, the connection was certainly an unhealthy one. Hitler apparently later declared that Geli was the only woman he ever really loved.
Hitler was a very unhappy child. He did not do well in school, nor did he he get along with his authoritative father. One of the few people Hitler did get along with was his mother, Klara Hitler. She showered him with her love. In 1903, Hitler lost his father.
“A tyrannical father greatly affected Kafka 's psychological development” (Weltsch). As the oldest son, Kafka was expected to exceed high expectations, however, his successful father Hermann Kafka belittled him regardless of his son’s achievements (Loveday). As a result of his domineering father, Kafka spent most of his life feeling helpless (Loveday). He was demeaned by one of his own family members whom he saw every day. He was constantly reminded of his flaws by someone whom he admired and look up to.
They needed a leader who paid attention to their views and opinions -somebody who could stop this calamity and change Germany into a powerful nation once again. In 1922, the dictator Adolf Hitler offered his right hand to Germany. His fight was a success as he achieved his to rise to power in 1933, becoming Chancellor of Germany. Undoubtedly, his progression to power was affected by many