Adolf Hitler was a charismatic German chancellor from 1934 t0 1945. Historically, Adolf Hitler will forever be known as the figure that fueled the Word War II in Europe and was at the center of the Holocaust. Hitler aimed to establish a New Order or absolute Nazi German domination in all of Europe through anti-Semitic philosophies and racially motivated ideology.
A decorated veteran of World War I, Adolf’s political ambition and his obsession for creating a totalitarian and autocratic regime was the force behind the invasion of Poland in 1939. This promptly resulted in World War II in Europe. Under the rule of Adolf Hitler, German forces and their European allies has occupied much of Europe and North Africa. A series of crushing defeats from the Allied forces led to the 1945 Battle of Berlin.
In the dark days of World War II, Adolf married his long-time girlfriend, Eva Braun. Two days after Nazi forces fell, the newlyweds committed suicide to avoid persecution for their crimes against humanity. Their corpses were burned and Adolf Hitler’s ashes were rumored to be scattered in a dirty gutter by the Red Army. The Allied forces began to free concentration camps from 1944 onwards. Adolf Hitler’s rabid Neo-Nazi policies led to the death of at least 7 million Jews and millions others for being deemed as racially inferior.