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Chronological Bibliography of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler was a famous Nazi leader. He was also German Dictator and Chancellor of Germany at that particular time where he rules Germany. He was born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungry. Unfortunately he died on 30 Aril 1945. Below is the Chronological Bibliography of Adolf Hitler. Childhood and Early Life 1889-1914 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Born on 20 April 1889 Hitler drop out from school in 1903 Hitler father died on 3 January 1903 During 1900s, he lived in orphans house. His mother died of breast cancer on 21 December 1907 Rejected twice by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna during 1907-1908. In May 1913, reclaims possession of the final part of his fathers estate and moved to Munich. 8. August 1914, Hitler enlisted in the Bavarian army Entry into Politics 1920-1926 1. He was discharged from the Army in 1920 2. After a trust vote in 1921, Hitler was made the chairman of the German Workers Part whom had changed its name to National Socialists German Workers Party. 3. Was arrested and charged with high treason after his attempt to instigate a coup against the government and start a march on Berlin in 1923. 4. Sentenced to five years imprisonment at Landsberg Prison on 1 April 1924 but was released from jail in 1924. Chancellor of Germany 1933-1934 1. On 30 January 1933, Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany. 2. On 14 July 1933, Nazi Party was declared the only legal Party in Germany. 3. On 2 August 1934, Hitler was made the supreme commander of the military

The Second World War 1920-1938 1. In early 1938, Hitler forced Austria into amalgamation with Germany and made a victorious entry into Vienna on 14 March. 2. The famous May Crisis of 19-22 May 1938 in Europe. 3. Launched an attack on Czechoslovakia in 1938. The Road to fall 1941-1944 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. On 22 June 1941, three million German troops attacked the Soviet Union. Hitler had formulated an attack on Stalin in 1920s. Hitler's declaration of war against the United States on 11 December 1941. In late 1942, German forces were defeated in the second battle of El Alamein. Situation became worse with the progress of the Battle of Stalingrad that ended with a destruction of German 6th Army in February 1943. 6. On 6 June 1944, the Western armies landed in northern France, making it one of the largest victories of European army. The Last Days 1. By late 1944, the Red Army had forced the German troops back into Central Europe. 2. In April 1945, the Soviet forces attacked the suburbs of Berlin. 3. On 20 April, Hitler celebrated his 56th birthday in the Fuehrers shelter without much anguish. 4. The violent death of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on 28 April. 5. Their bodies were secretly buried by the German troops before the Red Army captured Berlin on 2 May 1945.

Timeline:

1889 - Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1903 - His father died on 3 January 1907 - His mother died on 21 December 1933 - Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933 - Nazi Party was declared the only legal Party in Germany on 14 July 1934 - Hitler was made the supreme commander of the military on 2 August 1939 - Non-aggression pact was signed between Hitler and Stalin 1941 - Three million German troops attacked the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941 - Hitler declared war against the United States on 11 December 1942 - German forces were defeated in the second battle of El Alamein 1943 - The Battle of Stalingrad ended the destruction of German troops 1944 - The Western armies landed in northern France on 6 June 1945 - Soviet forces attacked the suburbs of Berlin 1945 - Italian dictator Benito Mussolini died on 28 April 1945 - Hitler committed suicide along with his wife Eva Braun 1945 - The Red Army captured Berlin on 2 May