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FC: Adolf Hitler By:Devin Davis

1: Why I Chose This Topic: I was always interested in Hitler ever since I learned about all the horrible things he did to millions of people. And the effects he had on people worldwide. I thought it'd be a bit fun to do research on him and a presentation.

2: What I Already Know: | I already knew that Hitler was a dictator of Germany, and he was the cause for the killing of millions of Jews, and many other cultures and races. I had an idea that part of the reason of why he became a tyrant is because he wasn't accepted into Art School. I think that if he was, then all the destruction never would have happened.

3: Where I Got This Information: | I got most of this information from documentaries on TV, and hearing things about Hitler discussed in class or other people were talking about. I've also read a couple of books about the Holocaust had things about Hitler in it.

4: The answers I got were that when Hitler was young, his father wasn't seen as a "father figure". They didn't get along well. Young Hitler dreamed of being an artist, but tried twice to get into an Art school and failed both times. He was homeless for several months, and eventually lived in a Single Men's home and that is where he developed his Anti-Semitic views. He soon joined and became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers' party, or Nazi. | What Events in Hitler's Life led Him To Want To Take Over The World?

5: Hitler had many followers and German Nazi police called "Gestapo". Hitler blamed everything on the Jews - he made people see what he was seeing and it made sense to them. Anybody who didn't follow Hitler's rules and opposed them, were threatened by the Gestapo, and even killed. | How many Followers Did Hitler Have and Why Did They Join Him?

6: Of course the Jews did not like Hitler, as well as many other ethnic and racial groups or cultures. The people that followed him thought he was the best thing that happened to Germany. There was lots of mixed emotions, devastation and surprise really filled Germany. Along with hatred, which I believe is what was the base of it and it just branched out from there. Though Germany as a whole did not want anybody like Hitler taking over their country ever again. | How Did Hitler's Reign Influence and Affect the People of Germany?

7: Conclusion: | Adolf Hitler was a very influential person. He wasn't a positive role model or leader, but he did change many people's lives. He made an impact worldwide, and still lives on after his death. I think lots of people have learned from this, and they know for a fact they don't ever want anything like it occur again.

8: What I Learned: | What Hitler did was something everyone could learn from. It really does remind me of the saying, "Give him an inch and he will take a mile". Hitler was influential and very powerful, he changed something in everyone from the time he dictated to the time he died. And even after people were struggling to rebuild themselves, their life and home. I don't think he felt bad at all about what he did, he just wanted something or someone to blame for all his problems.

9: The End.

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