Adolf Hitler & the Rise of Nazi Germany!
NCVPS Module 6: World War II & the Dawn of the Cold War
I would like to enroll in this art school.
Adolf Hitler, when he was just 18, enrolled in an art school in Vienna, Austria but unfortunately, he was turned down. While in Vienna, Hitler adopted anti-Semitism that would later affect his rise to power.
I'm sorry but I can not allow that.
Adolf Hitler, while in jail due to his failed attempt to overthrow the government, wrote his manifesto known as Mein Kampf, which translates to "My Struggle." In this book, Hitler writes about his anti-Semitism and how the Germans were a part of a "master race," while the Jews are a part of a separate race.
Adolf Hitler served a little less than a year before he was released from prison. Upon his release, he started to build a group of followers, who felt frustrated about their future. Around the world, the Great Depression crippled the world economy, leading to mass unemployment. As more people lost their jobs, they turned to joining Hitler's Nazi Party, often joining the military as the country prepared for war.
I am finally free. Now I must start my own party.
Fearing the growth of communist political power, exported from the Soviet Union, German politicians relied on Adolf Hitler. With this support, Hitler would later become Chancellor of Germany in 1933.
After one year of being Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler started to diminish all the other political parties, until the nation became only a one party state. Nazi flags flew all across Germany. Hitler even purged his own army, by executing disloyal Nazis. Hitler's reign was just beginning!
Adolf Hitler started to remove Jews from Germany, in the hopes of eradicating their entire race. Many laws were placed on Jews. Nazis would beat & rob Jews. Jews would be taken & put into concentration camps, where they would be tortured & killed, as Hitler hoped to achieve his goal of exterminating all Jews.
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