World War II: The Rise of Hitler - Biography

Born in Austria-Hungary, Adolf Hitler and his family moved to Germany when he was three. From then on young Hitler ignored his roots and embraced German nationalism. He also expressed views opposed both capitalism and communism, and the Jewish people. Eventually becoming a decorated soldier, Hitler ultimately joined the German Workers’ Party and soon became widely known as a talented orator. An attempted coup d’état by Hitler and his associates failed, sending him to jail. However, his popularity soared at this time. Following his release, he decided to rise through the ranks of the political landscape legally, and not long after was Germany’s most powerful man. In Part 1 of our series on WWII, explores Hitler’s meteoric rise to power.

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