Natalia Sofia Rios, Nick Kapusta

Adolf Hitler-Hello my name is Adolf Hitler. I was born on April 20th in 1889 as the 4th child of the family ,to my mother Klara Hitler and my father Alois Hitler.
Natalia Sofia-how was it growing up as a 4th child of the family?
AH-well my father was a very brutal man. When we would not do something his way or the right way then he would beat us. My mother could never really protect herself the way he used to hurt her. Me and her were always the ones to suffer from the brutal beatings.
NS- so was it only you and 3 other kids in the family?
AH-no later on after my mother Klara had me she had 2 other children
NS-so how was it like at school?
AH-well we moved alot. the very first time i went to school was on May 1st 1895.
NS-did you do good in school
AH-well id say that i did my best in school but we moved again in 1897 to another area called Lambech and there is where i started doing much better in school.
NA-so how long did u stay there?
AH-well we moved once more in 1898 to Linz. And from then on that is were i called home.
NR-so what made you want to work in the office as a leader?
AH-well i didn't exactly start out wanting to work in office. i really wanted to be an artist.
NS-so why did you end up working in office?
AH-Well see i tried to be a student at the Academy of Arts. I tried to pass the first test and enter but i just didn't make it through, so i went back home and took care of my mother who was very ill. After about 2 months i thought that she would do well so i went back and tried again and failed once more. From then on i just gave up on it, that same year my mother passed away.
NS-So after you gave up what did you have in mind to do?
AH-i didn't have anything in mind i was just very depressed that my mother died
NS-So when your mother passed away what did you have in mind doing?
AH-well i went back to Vienna and lived in an apartment with one of my friends. While i was in Vienna i just became very interested in studying politics.
NS-Is that how you decided to become the leader of the Nazi party?
AH-well i just really enjoyed being in control of everything and well i liked running things the way i want to.
NS-but i have one question. Why do you believe that people that aren't native to your land should not be allowed to live there
AH-In my point of view the other people who were not native to Germany would take over and there would be no more Germany. If we got rid of them there would be a more powerful Germany then ever and no more war between us and other countries.
NS-Is that why you decided to start concentration camps for all the jewish people
AH-well really all i wanted was for them to leave my country and go back to where they came from. But they didn't so i had to do something to make them decide to give up.
NS-But why do you think if they would have left it would have made Germany more powerful?

AH-What i wanted was to make Germany more nationalistic,what i mean by that is that Germany need people from Germany not from other countries thats all i wanted.

Adolf Hitler what do you think when you hear that name. Hatred, fear, death, and dying. While he was not always the feared Fuhrer who ran the German National Socialist German Workers party he was once just a young lad. So lets Ger his opinion on this.

I was born the 20th of April the spring of 1889. I was the 4th child in a family that would eventually have six children. Sadly in the end only me and my sister Paula were to Survive.
When I was born my father Alois Hitler was fifty-one. He was Pompous and strict. Never liked to spend any money the wasn't needed. My Mother Klara Hitler was very kind to me and my siblings but she couldn't defend us and her self from my temperamental father.
On the first of May in 1895 I went to my first school. Praised for my work and behavior at this school but soon we would move. The year was 1897 we had just moved to Lambech where I further got good reports about my work. In Lambech their was also a Monastary where I took singing lessons and I Thought the life of a Holy man would be most desirable.
But we did not stay for long in 1898 we moved to Linz
my true home. In my elementary school I quickly became the ring leader of my group of friend. We all consistently played games of cowboys and Indians as well as war games.
In 1900 I had to make my decision of what I should do for Secondary Schooling
. Sadly my father decided for me I was to attend Realschule which was more modern subjects such as Science. My first day was September 17th 1900.
My first semester went badly and I had to repeat it
. My second semester went better but this did not remain so. I left the School the autumn of 1905 my records shows me doing between poor and mediocre.
In Vienna I saw a lot of portaiel of Jews as Scapegoats
And After my mother died believed them to be true.
As I look back on it my father only wanted me to get a good education so i could be a customs officer like him.
In School my favorite subject was history. I loved learning about past wars. As i look at it i believe i lost my childhood at the age of six-teen when my mother Klara died of cancer. My sister Paula was never really part of my life but i did give her most of the money we inherited because i was becoming an artist.
external image 15REV2ww4.jpg
Young Hitler
Young Hitler

external image moz-screenshot-9.jpg

external image Hitler99.jpg


20th April 1889 at 6.30pm that Adolf Hitler drew his first breath.

Alois Hitler, Adolf’s Father, worked as a civil servant and the family lived a comfortable middle class existence. Klara, Hitler’s Mother, was a kind and retiring woman who loved her children but she was unable to defend them against her husband who was pompous, status proud, strict, humorless, frugal and pedantically punctual. His temper would flare up unpredictably both at home and work.
On May 1st 1895 the young Adolf Hitler attended his first school. A small Primary School at Fischlham. He spent two years at the Fischlham school attaining good marks for both school work and behavior. In 1897 the family relocated to Lambech where Adolf continued to receive good reports from his teachers. It was here that he took singing lessons at a nearby Monastery. Later in life Hitler was to say that he was intoxicated by the ecclesiastical splendor and looked up to the Abbot as the highest and most desirable ideal.
It was in November 1898 that the family moved to Hitler’s beloved Linz and where he attended his third elementary school. Here he became the ring leader of his small friends leading them in games of cowboys and Indians and war games.
During 1900 the time had come to decide which path Adolf should follow for his secondary schooling. It was decided by his Father that he would attend the Realschule which attached less weight to the traditional classical and humanistic studies but had greater emphasis on more modern subjects such as Science and Technical Studies. Hitler started his schooling here on September 17th 1900.
During his first semester at the Realschule it was recorded that his performance in Mathematics and Natural History was unsatisfactory and he had to repeat the semester. His work improved during the second semester but was not sustained and when he left in the autumn of 1905 his record hovered between poor and mediocre.

He was scathingly negative about his schooling and teachers, with the exception of his History teacher who he singled out for praise in Mein Kampf.

The time was coming for Adolf to make a career choice. He wanted to be an artist and his Father wanted him to be a civil servant.
Still struggling at school Adolf was asked to leave and was sent to finish his schooling in Steyr, fifty miles from his home. His school work did not improve until his second semester where his grades improved and he passed the subjects in which he had been failing. He now had the required qualifications to apply for higher education but Hitler had had enough and at age 16, 1905, he put his schooling behind him even though he had no career path planned.
Adolf Hitler’s childhood and youth eventually came to a close at the death of his Mother on 21st December 1907 from breast cancer. He had now lost the one person that he had ever felt any close affection and warmth towards.

Born on the 20th of April, 1889, in Brannau, a town in Austria, Adolf Hitler was the 4th child of Klara Hitler and Alois Schickelgruber. As a child, Adolf Hitler had a troubled childhood. There are evidences that his father was violent person. Hitler and his mother were often victims of his father’s violent behavior.
Adolf Hitler and his parents moved to Passau, when he was only three years old. After couple of years, his brother Elmond was born. In 1895, the family moved to Hafeld, southwest of Linz. In 1896, his sister Paula was born. Adolf had a half sister and a half brother from his father’s previous marriages.
He spent around six years in Vienna, living on the small inheritance left by his father and also, on his orphan’s pension. He had a couple of Jewish friends when he was staying in Vienna. Around the same time, Hitler started to develop a prejudice for Jews.
Hitler, then went to Munich, and joined the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment of World War I, wherein he was gassed and wounded, and was also given an award for bravery in action.

Interview with Paula Hitler on 12th July 1945 WWW :: 2005-09-27
Since I was so much younger than my brother he never considered me a playmate. He played a leading role among his early companions. His was favorite game was cops and robbers, and that sort of thing. He had a lot of companions. I could not say what took place in their games, as I was never present. Adolf as a child always came home too late. He got a spanking every night for not coming home on time.
[Paula Hitler]
Biographies - Adolf Hitler suite-101 :: 2004-05-10
On April 20, 1889, at 6:30 pm, a baby was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria. He was the son of Alois and Klara Hitler. Of the six children only two survived: Adolph and his sister, Paula. Hitler sang in the local church choir. His favorite game was "Cowboys and Indians." He enjoyed novels of the American West, specially by Karl May. Hitler left school before he graduated, dreaming of becoming a famous artist. His strict father died when he was 13. Hitler couldn't stand anyone to disagree with him. This personality trait surfaced when he was quite young. Hitler loved his mother deeply and they were close. When Klara passed away when he was 19, he was devastated.
Interview with Paula Hitler on 5th June 1946 WWW :: 2005-09-27
It was especially my brother Adolf, who challenged my father to extreme harshness and who got his sound thrashing every day. He was a scrubby little rogue, and all attempts of his father to thrash him for his rudeness and to cause him to love the profession of an official of the estate were in vain. How often on the other hand did my mother caress him and try to obtain with her kindness, were the father could not succeed with harshness!
[Hitler family & Last living relatives]
Adolf Hitler's Jewish Doctor: New Bio Details Eduard Bloch's Fate bloomberg :: 2007-03-15
Hitler family's Jewish doctor in Linz, Eduard Bloch, treated Adolf when he caught colds and his mother Klara when she fell mortally ill. A diary given to Historian Brigitte Hamann by Bloch's descendants provided the impetus for "Hitler's Edeljude" - the title refers to those "noble" Jews who enjoyed protection of the Nazi elite. -- Hitler was quite a nice child and attentive to his mother. It has been said that Hitler's hatred started because Bloch couldn't save his mother. That's not true. Hitler was very attached to the old man and respected him. He even thanked him with two of his own painted postcards. Bloch was protected by the Gestapo on Hitler's orders.
Doctor of Hitler family: Interview With Dr. Eduard Bloch nizkor :: 2006-03-29
It was definitely established that Dr. Bloch treated the Hitler family in 1906 and 1907. "As a youth Adolf Hitler was quiet, well-mannered and neatly dressed ... He was tall, sallow, old for his age. He was neither robust nor sickly. Perhaps 'frail looking' would best describe him. His eyes - inherited from his mother- were large, melancholy and thoughtful. To a very large extent this boy lived within himself. Klara Hitler adored her son, the youngest of the family. She allowed him his own way wherever possible."
[World War II Interviews]

Adolf Hitler was a very famous person that was in the Holocaust. He was a very cruel person who thought that everyone who wasn’t a pure blooded German was low and filthy. He put a lot of people through misery and pain. He didn’t even know the people he was killing could be nice and pleasant. All he cared about was that they weren’t pure blooded Germans.
Hitler was born on April 20, 1889. He was the fourth child of Alois Schickelgruber and Kara Hitler. He was born in the town of Braunqu. Two of Adolf’s siblings died from diphtheria when he was a young boy and one died soon after birth. A house maid described him as a, “very strict but comfortable man,” and there is evidence that his father beat him when he was young.
When Adolf was 3, he and his family moved to Passau along the Inn River. His brother Elmond was born two years later. In 1895 they moved to the farm community of Hafeld. Which was 30 miles south west of Linz. His sister Paula was born in 1896. He had one half sister and one half brother from his father’s other two marriages. Hitler stayed 6 months in a house across from a large Benedictine monastery. The monastery’s coat of arms’ main feature was the swastika, the symbol that later became the Nazis sign.
Hitler’s dream as a young boy was to be a priest. You may think that is very strange, but it is true. By 1909 Hitler’s talent as an artist surfaced. Adolf did well enough in school to be accepted to either the university preparatory “gymnasium” or the technical/scientific Realschule. Because the Realschule had a course in drawing Adolf agreed with his father’s decision to go to the Realschule. Hitler did not do well in his new school.
According to John Toland’s biography, Adolf Hitler, two of his closest friends at this time were Jewish. He also admired Jewish art dealers and Jewish operatic performers and producers. However, Vienna was a center of anti-Semitism, and the media's portrayal of Jews as scapegoats (the people who bear the blame) with stereotyped attributes (something that someone said that was not true about them but people believed) fascinated Hitler.

In Braunau, Austria on , Adolf Hilter was born to Alois and Klara (Pölzl) Hitler. Adolf had good grades in elementary school, but had poor grades in high school. Adolf's father was harsh and ill-tempered, and wanted him to become a civil servant. Adolf had other plans because he wanted to become an artist. Wanting to become an art student at the Academy of Fine Arts, Hitler went to Vienna, the capital of Austria-Hungary in 1907. He failed the entrance examination to the academy twice. That year his mother died, and Adolf had the income of the money his aunt left him, the money his mother left for all of her children, and recieved an orpahn's pension. He also recieved money from the paintings and drawings he sold,and he lived a idle and comfortable life in Vienna. While in Vienna, Hitler concerned himself with political observations. He admired the effective leadership and organization of the Social Democratic Party. His hate for Slaves and Jews grew. He also became fiercely nationalistic, and he felt that a country could not last long if it treated people of different nationalities equal. Eventually the money ran out, and Hitler fell into poverty and lodged in a mental hostel. Not really wanting to, he did paint postcards and watercolors for some money. He held the company of tramps, outcasts, cranks, and transients that lived where he did. Hitler never learned to work regularly, never did very much, and was a loner.

Adolf Hitler was born on 20th April, 1889, in the small Austrian town of Braunau near the German border. Both Hitler's parents had come from poor peasant families. His father Alois Hitler, the illegitimate son of a housemaid, was an intelligent and ambitious man and later became a senior customs official.
Klara Hitler was Alois' third wife. Alois was twenty-three years older than Klara and already had two children from his previous marriages. Klara and Alois had five children but only Adolf and a younger sister, Paula, survived to become adults.
Alois, who was fifty-one when Adolf was born, was extremely keen for his son to do well in life. Alois did have another son by an earlier marriage but he had been a big disappointment to him and eventually ended up in prison for theft. Alois was a strict father and savagely beat his son if he did not do as he was told.
Hitler did extremely well at primary school and it appeared he had a bright academic future in front of him. He was also popular with other pupils and was much admired for his leadership qualities. He was also a deeply religious child and for a while considered the possibility of becoming a monk.

Competition was much tougher in the larger secondary school and his reaction to not being top of the class was to stop trying. His father was furious as he had high hopes that Hitler would follow his example and join the Austrian civil service when he left school. However, Hitler was a stubborn child and attempts by his parents and teachers to change his attitude towards his studies were unsuccessful.
Hitler also lost his popularity with his fellow pupils. They were no longer willing to accept him as one of their leaders. As Hitler liked giving orders he spent his time with younger pupils. He enjoyed games that involved fighting and he loved re-enacting battles from the Boer War. His favourite game was playing the role of a commando rescuing Boers from English concentration camps.
The only teacher Hitler appeared to like at secondary school was Leopold Potsch, his history master. Potsch, like many people living in Upper Austria, was a German Nationalist. Potsch told Hitler and his fellow pupils of the German victories over France in 1870 and 1871 and attacked the Austrians for not becoming involved in these triumphs. Otto von Bismarck, the first chancellor of the German Empire, was one of Hitler's early historical heroes.

external image 15REV2ww4.jpg
itler's other main interest at school was art. His father was incensed when Hitler told him that instead of joining the civil service he was going to become an artist. The relationship between Hitler and his father deteriorated and the conflict only ended with the death of Alois Hitler in 1903.
Hitler was thirteen when his father died. His death did not cause the family financial hardships. The Hitler family owned their own home and they also received a lump sum and a generous civil service pension.
Klara Hitler, a kind and gentle woman, tended to spoil her son. Like her husband she was keen for Adolf to do well at school. Her attempts at persuasion achieved no more success than her husband's threats and he continued to obtain poor grades.
At the age of fifteen he did so badly in his examinations that he was told he would have to repeat the whole year's work again. Hitler hated the idea and managed to persuade his mother to allow him to leave school without a secondary education qualification. He celebrated by getting drunk. However, he found it an humiliating experience and vowed never to get drunk again. He kept his promise and by the time he reached his thirties he had given up alcohol completely.
When he was eighteen Hitler received an inheritance from his father's will. With the money he moved to Vienna where he planned to become an art student. Hitler had a high opinion of his artistic abilities and was shattered when the Vienna Academy of Art rejected his application. He also applied to the Vienna School of Architecture but was not admitted because he did not have a school leaving certificate.
Hitler was humiliated by these two rejections and could not bring himself to tell his mother what had happened. Instead he continued to live in Vienna pretending he was an art student.
In 1907 Klara Hitler died from cancer. Her death affected him far more deeply than the death of his father. He had fond memories of his mother, carried her photograph wherever he went and, it is claimed, had it in his hand when he died in 1945.
As the eldest child, Hitler now received his father's civil service pension. It was more money than many people received in wages and meant that Hitler did not have to find employment. He spent most of the morning in bed reading and in the afternoon he walked around Vienna studying buildings, visiting museums, and making sketches.
In 1909 Hitler should have registered for military service. He was unwilling to serve Austria, which he despised, so he ignored his call-up papers. It took four years for the authorities to catch up with him. When he had his medical for the Austro-Hungarian Army in 1914 he was rejected as being: "Unfit for combatant and auxiliary duty - too weak. Unable to bear arms."

At 6:30 p.m. on the evening of April 20, 1889, he was born in the small Austrian village of Braunau Am Inn just across the border from German Bavaria.
Adolf Hitler would one day lead a movement that placed supreme importance on a person's family tree even making it a matter of life and death. However, his own family tree was quite mixed up and would be a lifelong source of embarrassment and concern to him.
His father, Alois, was born in 1837. He was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and her unknown mate, which may have been someone from the neighborhood or a poor millworker named Johann Georg Hiedler. It is also remotely possible Adolf Hitler's grandfather was Jewish.

Maria Schicklgruber was said to have been employed as a cook in the household of a wealthy Jewish family named Frankenberger. There is some speculation their 19-year-old son got her pregnant and regularly sent her money after the birth of Alois.
Adolf Hitler would never know for sure just who his grandfather was.
He did know that when his father Alois was about five years old, Maria Schicklgruber married Johann Georg Hiedler. The marriage lasted five years until her death of natural causes, at which time Alois went to live on a small farm with his uncle.
At age thirteen, young Alois had enough of farm life and set out for the city of Vienna to make something of himself. He worked as a shoemaker's apprentice then later enlisted in the Austrian civil service, becoming a junior customs official. He worked hard as a civil servant and eventually became a supervisor. By 1875 he achieved the rank of Senior Assistant Inspector, a big accomplishment for the former poor farm boy with little formal education.
At this time an event occurred that would have big implications for the future.
Alois had always used the last name of his mother, Schicklgruber, and thus was always called Alois Schicklgruber. He made no attempt to hide the fact that he was illegitimate since it was common in rural Austria.
But after his success in the civil service, his proud uncle from the small farm convinced him to change his last name to match his own, Hiedler, and continue the family name. However, when it came time to write the name down in the record book it was spelled as Hitler.
And so in 1876 at age 39, Alois Schicklgruber became Alois Hitler. This is important because it is hard to imagine tens of thousands of Germans shouting "Heil Schicklgruber!" instead of "Heil Hitler!"
In 1885, after numerous affairs and two other marriages ended, the widowed Alois Hitler, 48, married the pregnant Klara Pölzl, 24, the granddaughter of uncle Hiedler. Technically, because of the name change, she was his own niece and so he had to get special permission from the Catholic Church.
The children from his previous marriage, Alois Hitler, Jr., and Angela, attended the wedding and lived with them afterwards. Klara Pölzl eventually gave birth to two boys and a girl, all of whom died. On April 20, 1889, her fourth child, Adolf, was born healthy and was baptized a Roman Catholic. Hitler's father was now 52 years old.
Throughout his early days, young Adolf's mother feared losing him as well and lavished much care and affection on him. His father was busy working most of the time and also spent a lot of time on his main hobby, keeping bees.
Baby Adolf had the nickname, Adi. When he was almost five, in 1893, his mother gave birth to a brother, Edmund. In 1896 came a sister, Paula.
In May of 1895 at age six, young Adolf Hitler entered first grade in the public school in the village of Fischlham near Linz, Austria.

At half past six on the evening of April 20th, 1889, an innocent child was born in the small town of Braunau Am Inn, Austria. The name of the child was Adolf Hitler. He was the son a Customs official Alois Hitler, and his third wife Klara. Initially Alois had taken his mother's name, Schicklgruber, but changed it in 1876 and became Hiedler, or Hitler.

Quite important - it is hard to imagine tens of thousands of Germans shouting Heil Schicklgruber! instead of Heil Hitler! Adolf Hitler later confided to his only childhood friend, August Kubizek, "that the name Schicklgruber seemed to him so uncouth, so boorish, apart from being so clumsy and unpractical. But 'Hitler' sounded rich and was easy to remember."

Born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria, into a lower middle-class family of peasant origins. His father, a customs official, is 23 years older than his mother, a domestic servant.
Hitler is dominated by his father and spoilt by his mother. His father dies in 1903, his mother in 1907. He has one half-brother, one half-sister, and one full-sister. In his youth, Hitler dreams of becoming an artist.
1903 - Following his father's death, Hitler leaves school.
1907 - He goes to Vienna, the capital of Austria, where he attempts to pursue his dream of becoming an artist. However, he has only limited talent and is unable to gain admission to the Academy of Fine Arts, failing the entrance examination twice. In 1908, following the death of his mother, he moves to Vienna to live.
"I owe much to the time in which I had learned to become hard (in Vienna)," Hitler later writes, "I praise it even more for having rescued me from the emptiness of an easy life, that it took the milksop out of his downy nest and gave him Dame Sorrow for a foster mother."

Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. The town is near to the Austro-German border, and his father, Alois, worked as a customs officer on the border crossing. His mother, Klara, had previously given birth to two other children by Alois, (Gustav and Ida) but they both died in their infancy.
Young Hitler
Young Hitler
Adolf attended school from the age of six and the family lived in various villages around the town of Linz, east of Braunau. By this time Adolf had a younger brother, Edmund, but he only lived until the age of six. In 1896, Klara gave birth to Adolf 's sister, Paula, who survived to outlive him.

Adolf Hitler grew up with a poor record at school and left, before completing his tuition, with an ambition to become an artist. Alois Hitler had died when Adolf was thirteen and Klara brought up Adolf and Paula on her own. Between the ages of sixteen and nineteen, young Adolf neither worked to earn his keep, nor formally studied, but had gained an interest in politics and history. During this time he unsuccessfully applied for admission to the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.

Hitler stayed in the German army until March 1920. In the autumn of 1919, Hitler attended meetings of a nationalist group, German Workers' of the German Workers' Party, and later joined. The name was changed to National Socialist German Workers, and was known for short as the Nazi Party. The party called for unity of one nation of all Germans, Austrians, German minorities in Czechoslovakia and other countries. The party also demanded that non-Germans and Jewish orgins should have no German citizenship. They also called for the Treaty of Versailles to be canceled.
Hitler was a great organizer, and he became the leader for the Nazi Party. He was very effective when he spoke which caused the support and membership for the party to soar. He declared that the Nazi Party could build-up Germany to what it once was before the depression, give people work, and restore the economy.
In order to be ready to take over, Hitle started building a private army which were called storm troopers. To make them unified, they wore brown-shirted uniforms and the swastika emblem. They were known as the SA that gave them a sense of power and unity. They all were devoted to Hitler as chief propagandist for the party. By October 1923, the storm troopers numbered 15,000 members, and had a number of guns and rifles. On July 1921, he became the party's chairman with dictatorial powers.
Hitler learned for his past that he could not over take the German government by force. He would have to get elected, and do it by the democratic rules of Germany. In prison Hitler had said, "...Instead of working to achieve power by an armed coup we shall have to hold our nosesand enter the Reichstag against the Catholic and Marxist deputies. If outvoting them takes longer than outshooting them, at least the results will be guaranteed by their own Constitution! Any lawful process is slow. But sooner or later we shall have a majority - and after that Germany."

to some people hitlere was a great amn to others he was just hated
-Hitler never really wnated to work in the government, he really wanted to be an artist
-once he got rejected for the school of fine art he went back and tried again
-once he got rjected twice he just gave up and bacame what his dad wanted him to be
-his father never really wanted him to be an artsist,he wanted hitler to take over what he had started once he was of age
-Adlof Hitlers father died when he was 13
-once he gave up on being an artist he decide to study on german histor and polotics
-he bacame very interested and decided he would like to work in the government area
-hitler did very well in primary school and enjoyed school
-Hitler was a great organizer, and he became the leader for the Nazi Party.
-In order to be ready to take over, Hitle started building a private army which were called storm troopers
-The people of Germany were willing to listen to what Hitler said even though it was vague
- He promised goodness for everyone, and they were more then willing to believe him
-Hitler learned for his past that he could not over take the German government by force.
-Hitler rented a small country home at age of 39.
-After he settled in his home, he invited his stepsister, Angela to come from Vienna to do his daily household chores
- Angela arrived with her two daughters, Friedl and Geli.
-Geil was a twenty-year-old with dark blonde hair with Viennese charm and was very lively.
-These qualities were very appealing to Hitler, and fell deeply in love with her.
-Their relationship was very socially acceptable to the local customs since Geli was the daughter of his half sister. While Hitler was rising in popularity, Geli enjoyed being with him because of it
- He had lost the love of his life and with dreadful circumstances.
-Geil had shot herself through the heart with a pistol.
-There were over 400,000 storm troopers under the leadership of SA Chief Ernst Röhm.

Adolf Hitler was the 4th child of Klara Hitler and Alois Schickelgruber.
-As a child, Adolf Hitler had a troubled childhood. There are evidences that his father was violent person. Hitler and his mother were often victims of his father’s violent behavior.
-In 1903, Adolf Hitler’s father died of pleural hemorrhage.
-His mother died of breast cancer in 1907.