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Adolf Hitler: A Man Of Pure Evil

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Adolf Hitler: A Man Of Pure Evil

Adolf Hitler


Adolf Hitler is one of the most infamous figures in world history. Hitler, considered by many to be a man of pure evil, was considered to be both a brilliant strategist and a charismatic leader. He was nearly responsible for the eradication of an entire race, and came close to victory in one of the most gruesome wars in recorded history. But despite the man’s actions, there’s an intriguing aspect about him that few can ignore. When Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King met with Hitler, he returned home confident that Hitler was "a slow man, incapable of harming another human being." Over the next several years, Hitler proved King's opinion completely groundless by nearly destroying an entire continent and gaining the total obedience of his people, plunging the world into chaos. Many still wonder how he was capable of controlling the people of his country, as well as why he was the man that he was. Perhaps that reason can be traced to his childhood and youth. Although there are very few comprehensive studies on the subject, available data would suggest that Adolf Hitler’s actions and beliefs later in life came as an indirect result of his childhood, his teenage years spent in Vienna, and his brief service as a soldier in World War I.


To understand the motivations of a madman, it makes sense to look at his family, especially his parents. Hitler’s father was Alois Hitler Shickelgruber, the son of an unmarried forty-two year old woman named Anna Maria Shickelgruber. Alois was a womanizer. He was married three times. He had several affairs during these unions as well, including one with a servant working at the inn where Alois and his first wife resided. When his first wife died, Alois married the servant ...

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