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hitler the story unfolds
HITLER-THE STORY UNFOLDS

PRESENTED BY:-

DHRUV TRIVEDI

KARNIK PATHAK

overall purpose
Overall Purpose:

The overall purpose of this presentation is to explain how this little boy on the left became the man on the right who was ultimately responsible for the death of about 50 million people all over the world!!

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ALL DEPENDS ON MEAS LONG AS I LIVE I SHALL THINK ONLY OF VICTORYI SHALL ANNIHILATE EVERYONEWHO IS OPPOSED TO ME -ADOLF HITLER

history was about to begun
HISTORY WAS ABOUT TO BEGUN
  • Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Austria.
  • Moved to Passau at the age of 3, Germany.
parents
Parents

Alois Hitler was a customs official who was illegitimate by birth. He died when Adolf was 14 and left him a small inheritance.

Klara Hitler was very young when she married the older Alois. She showered young Adolf with love and affection. Adolf carried a picture of his mom until the day he died. She died of breast cancer when Adolf was 18 years old.

education
Education
  • Attended a Benedictine monastery school.
  • When it was time to choose a secondary school, Adolf wanted to become an artist.
  • His father wanted him to become a civil servant, but after his father died, he dropped out of high school and attempted to get into the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts - he failed.
  • He received his father’s estate in 1913 and moved to Munich.
years in vienna
Years in Vienna
  • After his mother died, Adolf (now 18) decided to move to Austria to pursue his dream of becoming a great artist.
  • Again he failed to gain entrance into the Academy
  • He eventually sold all his possessions and became a homeless drifter who slept on park benches and ate at soup kitchens throughout Vienna (age 19)
  • Adolf did manage to sell some paintings and postcards, but remained impoverished
military service
Military Service
  • He was soldier during WW-1(1914-1918)

As a resident of Munich, He volunteered to serve in the Bavarian Army as an Austrian citizen.

world war i
World War I
  • Excited to fight for Germany.
  • Found a home fighting for the Fatherland.
  • Highest rank held was corporal.
military record
Military Record
  • He was decorated for bravery-received Iron Cross, Second Class in 1914 & First Class in 1918.
  • 15th Oct, 1918- temporarily blinded by a mustard gas attack and was hospitalized.
german loss in ww i
German Loss in WW I
  • Hitler was devastated when he heard the news of the German surrender.
  • He was appalled at the anti-war sentiment among the German civilians.
  • Felt that the German military did not lose the war, but that the politicians (mostly Jews) at home were responsible for the defeat.
life after ww i
Life after WW I
  • Hitler was depressed after WW I.
  • Still in the army, he became an undercover agent whose job was to root out Marxists.
german worker s party
German Worker’s Party
  • Hitler was sent to investigate this group in Munich in 1919.
  • He went to a meeting and gave a speech.
  • He was them asked to become a member, which he did
early political life
Early Political Life

Hitler was a great speaker, he used his words to get so many people to believe in him. This is also how he got into politics.

The party he first got into was the National Socialist party, he was the speaker of the party. After Adolf realized he was the reason behind the growth of the party he challenged Drexler, the leader of the party, for leadership.

After a little hesitation Drexler gave up the position for the sake of his political party.

nazi party is formed
NAZI Party is Formed
  • Hitler began to think big for the German Worker’s Party
  • Began placing ads for meetings in anti-Semitic newspapers
  • Hitler changed the name of National Socialist German Worker’s Party to the NAZIS
party platform
Party Platform
  • Hitler gained power over the Nazi party in 1921, after that people started flowing in because of his speeches.

Besides changing the party name, the red flag with the

SWASTIKA was adopted as the party symbol

beer hall putsch
Beer Hall Putsch
  • October 30, 1923
  • Hitler held a rally in Munich beer hall and declared revolution
  • Led 2000 men in take over of Bavarian Government
  • It failed and Hitler was imprisoned
trial and jail
Trial and Jail
  • He was sentenced to five years, but actually only served about 9 months
  • When he left prison, he was ready to go into action again.
  • Mein Kampf
  • While Hitler was sent to jail because of treason he had time to write a book, that book was called
  • “Mein Kampf”.
  • Sold 5 million copies, made him rich.
legal rise to power
Legal Rise to Power
  • Used popularity from failed revolution and book to seize power legally

Nazi Party:

    • 1930 = 18% of vote
    • 1932 = 30% of vote
    • Hitler becomes Chancellor in 1933.
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Changing Life In Germany 1933-39

The Hitler Youth

‘Those who have youth on their side control the future.’

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How youths were organised

Boys

10 – 14 Years Old

Deutsches Jungvolk – DJ (Pimpfen)

German Young People (Cubs)

Girls

10 – 14 Years Old

Jungmadelbund – JM

League of Young Girls

Boys

14 - 18 Years Old

Hitler Jugend – HJ

Hitler Youth

Girls

14 - 18 Years Old

Bund Deutscher Madel – BDM

League of German Girls

The Hitler Youth (HJ) was formed in 1926 and by 1932 108,000 youths, the ages of 10-18 had joined.

foreign policy of hitler 1933 39
FOREIGN POLICY OF HITLER1933-39
  • AGGRESSIVE
  • EXPANSIONIST
  • RECIST

AIMS:-

  • Short term: remove terms of Versailles to make Germany stronger and remove new states in the way of longer term plans
  • Long term: racial and territorial
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Cont…

Plan to build armed forces

Held meeting with Italy at Stresa, 1935 Promise to work

together

Britain and France were trying to stop plans

with British view that Germany should be allowed to re-arm

at a controlled rate

Taking control of Austria

On March 16 1939, Hitler broke the Munich Agreement and

invaded western Czechoslovakia.

In August 1938 Hitler signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact with communist Russia, following month, Hitler launched a massive attack upon Poland which he called ‘Blitzkrieg’ (lightning war).

France and Britain declared war on Germany. World War II had begun.

world war ii
World War II
  • The first stage of World War II was to use the German Blitzkrieg tactics. This was to have sudden shocks against enemies airfields, military installations, and communications.
  • They would do this using fast mobile armory, then follow up with infantry after bombings and using fighter airplanes. In using these tactics Hitler took over Poland in one month.
  • After that it was France, Belgium, Holland, and Luxembourg in six weeks. Then He captured Denmark and Norway in two months.
  • After Hitler did all this only Great Britain was standing strong. When Hitler tried to attack Soviet Russia they were beaten, Hitler was stunned at his lost.
the fall of hitler
The Fall of Hitler
  • When Hitler heard that the Russians were coming to Germany he fled to his bunker in the spring of 1945.
  • His bunker was in Berlin Germany, there he spent the remainder of his days. It’s also the place where he spent his 56th birthday.
  • When Hitler heard news of the war being over, he told everyone that the third Reich had failed. Hitler knew what he had to do, he had to commit suicide.
  • On April 30th, 1945 Adolf and his wife Eva said there last goodbyes to everyone left in the bunker. Then they went into their quarters, Hitler shot himself and his wife bit into a coincide capsule.
  • There bodies were hurriedly taken up to the garden and burned so the Russians couldn’t take his body. That was crucially important to Hitler.
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THE

END

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