Adolf Hitler Essay | Adolf Hitler, Roots of Hatred

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Adolf Hitler, Roots of Hatred

Summary: Adolf Hitler, Describes his roots of hatred and background.
Adolf Hitler developed into a leader who exhibited anti-Semitism and extreme nationalism because of three main time periods in his life. These three time periods are his teenage years, his life in Vienna and his experience in the Beer Hall Putch and jail. During Hitler's teenage years many small events helped mold his nationalistic and anti-Semitic view. In Vienna, Hitler was exposed to all types of anti-Semitism, which he quickly got involved in. Hitler's experiences in the Beer Hall Putch and jail proved his nationalism and views. Also during Hitler's jail time, Hitler had time to publish and solidify his views on the world. Hitler's views of hatred towards Jews grew out of his nationalism, which was formed by three main periods in his maturing.

Hitler's first idea of nationalism and anti-Semitism was brought to him in his teenage years while he was young and...

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