Adolf Hitler's Influence

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Warring nations have cultivated the Earth since the beginning of time. Adolf Hitler played an important role in how nations worldwide handle political issues, especially war. Hitler’s early life, rise to power, role in World War II, and racial prejudice played an important role in Nazi Germany coming to power, which plays an important role in how governments around the world function today. Adolf Hitler’s early life lead to his later anger an erratic behavior in his governmental position. Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria to Alois Hitler and Klara Pölzl (Biography.com Staff). Hitler was the fourth child in his family of six children. His father served as a state customs official and pushed Adolf to become one as well (History.com Staff). Young Adolf felt rejected by his father from the start of his life because of Alois’ resentment in his son’s desire to be an artist. At an early age, Adolf tragically lost his younger brother Edmund, which devastated him. While in school, Hitler enjoyed history because of the admiration of his professor at the time (Hitler 25). It was also at this time that the young boy claims that he would develop his rebel state of mind (Hitler 25). In 1903, Adolf’s dreadful father passed away and two years later, his mother allowed him to quit his education. The article also claims Hitler felt sad and alone in life after his beloved mother passed away when he was only eighteen years of age. When World War I began, Adolf
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