Summary of ¿Cómo fue la Vida de Hitler? (Parte 1)

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This video discusses Adolf Hitler's life, from his early years to his rise to power in Germany. It covers his early years in Austria, his time in World War I, and his rise to power in the Nazi party. It also discusses his policies as Chancellor, and how he was able to establish a totalitarian regime in Germany.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, you will learn about Adolf Hitler's life. You will learn about how he became the leader of Nazi Germany during the Second World War, and about his extensive history of aggression, including the deadliest war in history, the Holocaust. You will also learn about the early years of Hitler's life, and how a small and vulnerable young Austrian boy became one of the most controversial figures in history. Prepare yourself well, because today on the armory, you will learn about Adolf Hitler in detail, because we believe that anyone who does not know history is destined to repeat it. Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, in the small Austrian town of Bajna, near the German border. His father, a customs officer, and his mother, who was quite young at the time, came from a peasant family. Adolf was the fourth of six children, and his three older brothers all died during his childhood. As a result, young Adolf became very protective of himself and grew to be very introverted and temperamental. This difficult relationship with his father began to deteriorate when, at the age of 10, Adolf saw his beloved brother Edmund die of measles. This event changed Hitler profoundly, causing him to become an extremely outspoken and conflictual young man
  • 00:05:00 Adolf Hitler was born in Austria in 1889, and studied art in Vienna. He was rejected from the academy twice, but became a successful orator and temperamental man in his early 20s. In 1915, he volunteered for the German army in World War I, and was decorated for his bravery. After the war, he became head of propaganda for the Nazi party, and in 1921 became leader of the Nazi party himself. In 1923, he became the first democratically-elected chancellor of Germany, and renamed the party the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazi). The following year, he led Germany into the second World War, which he saw as a great experience. He declared that the war was won because the Germans were fighting for their honor and glory. Under his leadership, the Nazi party rose to control most of Germany by 1933. In 1945, Hitler committed suicide in his Berlin bunker, just days before Germanys unconditional surrender.
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses Adolf Hitler's life, from his early years to his rise to power in Germany. After the death of President Hindenburg, Hitler was able to take complete control of the country, and he soon eliminated all opposition to his regime. By the time of the elections of 1932, he had become the most popular politician in Germany, and he was appointed Chancellor by President Hindenburg. This gave Hitler complete control over the country, and he began to enact his radical Nazi policies. In 1934, Hindenburg died, and Hitler took complete control of the government. He was eventually able to establish a totalitarian regime in Germany, and he was the most powerful man in the country.

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