Adolf Hitler : The dictator of Germany

Adolf Hitler who is very commonly known as The Dictator of Germany belongs to Nazi Party politician and leader. Born in 1889 on 20th April and died mysteriously on 30th April 1945 at the age of 56. He rose as the Chancellor of Germany in the year 1933 and as Fuhrer later in 1934.

Hitler initiated World War II in Europe by invading Poland dated 1 September 1939, he did this during the reign of his dictatorship from 1933 to 1945. He was very much involved in various military operations and was also a central head to the perpetration of the Holocaust.

Hitler was known to be born in Austria which is in Hungry and raised particularly in Linz. In the year 1923, Hitler made an attempt to seize governmental power and failed and was imprisoned for 5 years.

In jail, he wrote his first autobiography and political manifesto, Mein Kampf. Hitler gained popularity and became very popular among German politicians after the release of the book in the year 1924. Hitler started promoting Pan-Germanism and anti-communism and also attacked the Treaty of Versailles.



By November 1932, the Nazi party had the most seats in Germany but it still wasn’t a majority party. To appoint Hitler as the chancellor on January 30, 1933, Franz von Papen the former who is the chancellor, and with him many other conservative leaders requested President Paul Von Hindenburg.


There are numerous causes of the start of World War II. The worldwide economic depression is one of the major causes apart from the failure of appeasement fall another reason for World War II whereas the rise of militarism in Germany and Japan and the failure of the League of Nations. September 1, 1939, German troops invaded Poland.

The sudden suicide of Adolf and the German unconditional surrender on 8 May 1945, changed the whole story, then World War II changed the political alignment and social structure of the globe.



He planned to eliminate Jews from Germany he actually aimed at doing so, and by doing such wanted to establish a new order. It is said that the main cause of World War II in Europe was the aggressive foreign policy of Hitler.

Hitler invaded Poland on 1st September by directing large-scale rearmament which resulted in declaring war on Britain and France on Germany. As a result, by the end of 1941, most of Europe and North Africa were occupied by German forces.

All these achievements were turned back in 1945 when the Allied armies defeated the German army. He married his beloved Eva Braun on 29 April 1945 in Berlin, within two days of marriage the couple committed suicide to avoid their capture by the Soviet Red Army, and finally their corpses were burned into ashes.

How did Hitler die?

It is said that he commuted suicide in 1945 on 30 April in the Underground bunker. It is believed that he shot himself and his wife whom he married on 29 April 1945 also shot dead.

They wished that their bodies were burned and then buried and their wish was fulfilled. After Hitler’s death, the conspiracy theories started. It was claimed by the Soviets that they were not able to confirm Hitler’s death and rumor also spread that they were alive.

Later in the year 1970 the buried body of a lither was identified by the dental records which is secretly buried with his ashes scattered.

Hitler, was an abnormal soldier, a dictator, and a very cruel person. He disliked Jews and killed thousands of Jews and also homosexuals. He said to clean the world and clean Germany. He has a tendency to destroy the people due to which thousands of people suffered losses of life and property. Due to his wrongdoings and his dictatorship, he is still remembered.

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