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Adolf Hitler: Life & Death

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In 1938, Hitler and other European leaders signed the Munich Agreement. The treaty gave the Sudetenland districts to Germany, which was breaking a part of the Versailles Treaty. Because of this, Hitler was named Time magazine's Man of the Year in 1938. This also caused him to want German dominance. On September 1, Germany invaded Poland and because of this, Britain and France declared war on Germany. Besides invading Poland, Germany invaded: Scandinavia, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and Belgium. Hitler ordered bombing raids on the United Kingdom, with the goal of invasion. The Axis powers (also known as Germany’s, Japan and Italy) signed to deter the United States from supporting and protecting the British.

On June 22, 1941, Hitler violated a pact by sending 3 million troops to the Soviet Union. The invading force got a huge area before the German advance was stopped outside of Moscow in 1941. On December 7, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Hitler was now at war against Britain, the U.S, the Soviet Union. By early 1945, Hitler started to think that Germany was going to lose the war. The Soviet Union had driven the German army back into Western Europe, and the Allies were advancing into Germany. On April 29, 1945, Hitler married his girlfriend, Eva Braun, the ceremony happened in his Berlin bunker. Around the same time, Hitler was told of the death of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. He was afraid of being captured by enemy troops so, Hitler and Braun committed suicide the day after their wedding (April 30, 1945). So you see here all the things Hitler did in his life what and what happened is his life. He had a very sad childhood and his adult years weren’t that good either and being in that homeless shelter didn’t contribute to his frustrations. He was a power hungry man who had hatred on some many people for no reason. Because of that hatred it caused him to do all of that when he grew older.


Book: Giblin James Cross, The Life And Death of Adolf Hitler, United States, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 4-22-2002.

Magazine: Wiesel Elie, “Adolf Hitler”, Time Magazine, April 13, 1998.

Website:, February 24, 2013.



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