Adolf Hitler’s Life
Adolf Hitler was born April 20th, 1889 at Barnaul Am Inn in Germany. As a young child, Adolf was like any other kid. He liked to run around and get in trouble like any other boy his age. He grew up without a father and his mother was always taking care of her other children. He had a social anxiety, which made it hard for him to make new friends. His mother never paid much attention to him, she didn’t even remember his birthday. Which probably played a part in his issues he had later on.
Klara Schickelgruber was his mother. She never got married, but had 6 children with the same man. Hitler was the fourth child out of six siblings. His father was never around, when he was it was only long enough to get his mother pregnant and leave again. Out of six children four died of diseases.
After moving to Vienna, Adolf became a sickly child, and was never well enough to play sports. Instead of playing sports he worked on his schooling, which made him a very good student. He was the teacher’s favorite, he tutored many of the other students in his class. His favorite hobby was tying knots, he grew up always wanting to be a sailor. Sadly his career choice took a wrong turn. In some of his spare time he liked fixing cars, and studying how they work. After his mother died he fell into depression that no one could shake. For three years he wouldn’t do anything, he wouldn’t talk to any of his brothers or sisters. He would barely say anything to anyone. No one really ever took time to be with him, he was ignored most of his life.
After being given permission from King Ludwig III of Bavaria, 25-year-old Austrian-born Hitler enlisted in the German army, even though he was not yet a German citizen. Soon after the fighting on the front ended in November 1918, Hitler went back to Munich after the Armistice with no job, no real job skills and no friends. He remained in the Reichswehr and was given a meaningless job during the winter of 1918–1919,...