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  1. Hitler's theory of nazism
  2. The limits of Germany's parliament system
  3. The Treaty of Versailles
  4. Tensions between the multiple political parties

Adolf Hitler was born in 1889 in a small Austrian village called Braunau. Hitler always wanted to be an artist but he never was able to enter the Vienna Art Academy. Hitler left Austria for Munich in Germany because he thought that Vienna had too many foreigners. He fought the World War I with the Germans and was lauded. However, he blamed Germany for its defeat with the Marxists and Jews. Hitler's hatred of Marxists and Jews was the cause that lead him to be one of the most violent and sanguinary dictators of history. We look more into his life and deeds in this article.

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