Hitler's Last Days

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It is well-known how brutally and inhuman the Germans were to the Jewish and others during
World War II. The things that aren 't normally mentioned are the disgusting ways that the
Germans tortured and killed these innocent people. The question is, where did this sick and twisted thinking start and when in the mind of Hitler. He was born on April 20, 1889, in a small town in Austria called Braunau. He had a fine performance in grade school, but he became quite rebellious in Realschule, a college preparatory school. He transferred to another school, and then left formal education altogether in 1905. For a long period of time, he refused to tolerate the discipline of a regular job, leaving him to write, walk through the woods, and paint all day.
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He wandered through the streets of Vienna making money from selling picture post cards he painted. It was during this period he became fascinated with the immense potential of mass manipulation. Hitler was amazed by the anti-Semitic, nationalist Christian-socialist party of Vienna, Mayor Karl Lueger and his efficient propaganda and mass organization.
Background on Hitler’s Last Days
The book starts out with the author, Bill O’Reilly, explaining in detail the organizing of the book and the timeline of Hitler’s late life. After that, the book talks about Hitler’s daily routine when he gets up in the morning. He does normal things that normal people would do. It also tells how he needs complete protection for fear of the allies attempting to take his life. Due to this, he has an underground bunker for his safekeeping. After that, it goes into how the U.S. plays an enormous role in the war. Starting in 1940, the U.S. had let the covert operation in China of the
American volunteer group, or “Chennault’s Flying Tigers”, to assist the Chinese war effort. The
“Chinese Flying Tigers” destroyed approximately 115 Japanese aircraft, sunk many
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Unfortunately for Germany, it didn 't.
In conjunction with Hitler’s declaration of war, Pearl Harbor gave Roosevelt his much needed support to join the war in Europe and in Asia without, in a sense, consent from congress. This is considered one of the most important turning points of the war in Europe by many historians due to it marking the formation of a grand alliance of very powerful nations. These nations were the
United Kingdom, the United States, and the Soviet Union against Germany. In addition to this, it explains the extremely hard roles the U.S. Generals had to fulfill during the war. It explains the harsh adventures that General George S. Patton experienced. One of the most interesting findings in the book so far might have been the reading of how General Patton prayed to The Lord throughout his challenging journey. The book gives the exact prayers he prayed while on the journey to battle.
Historical and Cultural Context
Food and drink in Germany differ from here in America,but are not totally opposite. German eating habits vary from social classes to milieu. Germans mostly go to supermarkets and specialty shops to purchase their food. A German breakfast normally consists of brötchen,
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