When did Adolphe d'Archiac die?
Adolphe d'Archiac died on December 24, 1868 at the age of 66.
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Killed Himself He killed himself because he realized that the Germans had lost the war and a mob of angry people were coming to capture and kill him.
no, Italy was an axi, it supported Hitler, so Hitler would never kill roma ___ Oops. Roma (Romanies) are 'gypsies' and the answer is yes . At least 220,000 were slaughtered by the Nazis.
He wasn't cremated. He commited suicide and his last few soldiers took his and his wife's body, threw them in a pit, poured gasoline all over them,and finally burned their remains from the U.S. Soldiers so we couldn't find the bodies.
To write everything about Hitler would take thousands of pages, it would be better to just buy a biography on Hitler and read that. A very good one is the Hitler biography written by Ian Kershaw.
Adolph Rickenbacker died on March 7, 1976 from acute circulatory failure probably related to cancer that he had been fighting. He was either 88 or 89 years old at the time
Hiter was one of the most evil men that has ever lived, he is responsible for the deaths of over 5 million innocent people. He is amazing in the worst possible way. 11 million, there were 6 million Jews killed alone. Others, such as Christians and gypsies ,were also murdered.
He was a dictator which by definition IS autocratic. Adolf Hitler was an autocratic according to CNN and other highly trusted sources. Adolf Hitler was not an Autocratic, far from it actually.
One person who was of great help to Adolf Hitler was a highlydecorated WW1 fighter pilot called Hermann Goering. Hitler was alsoable to rely on Rudolf Hess, his deputy.
No, Hitler wasn't a socialist. He was a fascist. Why people get confused on the issue is because those that simply look at the names of historical items, rather than examining their context, see the word "socialist" in the official name of the Nazi party, and presume that they are socialists as w…e currently think of the word. That's not the case. Hitler was not a socialist. He was a fascist. The Nazi party, despite its name, was not a socialist party. It was a fascist party. Bear in mind that Saddam Hussein called himself a President, the nation had a Parliament, and was deemed a Republic - if we were to take their word on it at least. What words a nation chooses to identify itself with are up to that nation. That doesn't always mean it's accurate, or that it applies in a modern context however. (MORE)
There are so many facts about Adolph Hitler. He was a dictator andthe leader of the Nazi party in Germany. He is held responsible forthe rise of fascism in Europe and death of thousands of peoplemostly Jews.
1 One-Party State The Enabling Act (23 March 1933) made Hitler was the all-powerful Fuhrer of Germany. The Law against the Formation of Parties (14 July 1933) declared the Nazi Party the only political party in Germany. It was an offence to belong to another Party. All other parties were banned,… and their leaders were put in prison. Nazi Party members, however, got the best jobs, better houses and special privileges. Many businessmen joined the Nazi Party purely to get orders. 2 Terror The Nazis took over local government and the police. On 26 April 1933, Hitler set up the Gestapo (the secret police) and the SS, and encouraged Germans to report opponents and 'grumblers'. Tens of thousands of Jews, Communists, gypsies, homosexuals, alcoholics and prostitutes were arrested and sent to concentration camps for 'crimes' as small as writing anti-Nazi graffiti, possessing a banned book, or saying that business was bad. On the Night of the Long Knives (13 June 1934) Hitler used his legal power to assassinate all his opponents within the Nazi Party. 3 Propaganda The German people were subjected to continual propaganda, under the control of Josef Goebbels. It was the cult of personality - everything was organised to make Germans permanently grateful to Adolf Hitler. Germans were made to feel part of a great and successful movement - in this respect the 1936 Olympic Games were a propaganda coup. The Nazis used the most up-to-date technology to get their message across. 4 Youth 'When an opponent declares, 'I will not come over to your side', I calmly say, 'Your child belongs to us already'. The Nazis replaced anti-Nazi teachers and University professors, and school lessons included hidden indoctrination - requiring children to calculate how much mentally disabled people cost the state, or to criticize the racial features of Jewish people. German boys were required to attend the Hitler Youth, which mixed exciting activities, war-games and Nazi indoctrination. German girls went to the BDM and learned how to be good mothers, and to love Hitler. 5 Workforce Hitler banned all Trade Unions on 2 May 1933. Their offices were closed, their money confiscated, and their leaders put in prison. In their place, Hitler put the German Labour Front which reduced workers' pay and took away the right to strike. The National Labour Service sent men on public works programmes. To keep the workers happy, the Nazis set up the Strength through Joy movement, which offered good workers picnics, free trips to the cinema and (for the very few) free holidays. 6 Religion Hitler signed a Concordat with the Pope, agreeing to leave the Roman Catholic Church alone if it stayed out of politics - so most Catholics were happy to accept the Nazi regime. Protestants and Jehovah's Witnesses - if they opposed the Nazis - were sent to concentration camps. 7 Racism The Nazi regime was from the start based on anti-semitism. The Racial Purity Law (15 September 1935) took away German citizenship from the Jews, and forbade sex between Germans and Jews. Other key dates include Kristallnacht (9-10 November 1938) and the Wansee Conference (January 1942). Many Germans approved of this racism. (MORE)
It depends . There's alot of people who have different opinions . Anyways , there is no definite answer . Your answer is made by yourself . Did he just do his job to rebuild Germany? Or did he actually order the Final Solution because of "his Anti-Semitism"? You can look up the discussions onlin…e and make up the decision yourself . (MORE)
Fascist dogs who ruled their countries (Germany and Italy) with an iron fist and unyielding racial ideologies.
No, that is just a myth, Hitler was not Jewish. Answer Not necessarily true. Even Hitler didn't know for sure; he suspected that he had Jewish blood. His father's birth was recorded as illegitimate; his father's mother had left her job as a housekeeper in a Jewish household because she was pregn…ant with Hitler's father. As in many things, Hitler did not feel the need to comply with the strict rules for Nazi membership for showing proof of non-Jewish ancestry. He simply avoided any scrutiny of his ancestry. (MORE)
Germany went too the war with the allied forces , this was England and America mwaaahhh xoxox
He was a German communist who had thousands of people killed, mostly Jews. He would do horrible things such as have people shot and thrown in a pit, then buried, and he even burned people alive. A lot of the people that followed Hitler only did so because they did not want him to hurt them. He was a… cruel, evil man. Some people believe he was Satan. Hitler commited suicide in 1945. . All above ok, except that AH was not a Communist. (MORE)
Adolph Leuzinger (1859-1931), and Leuzinger High School . Johann Jakob Leuzinger (1838-1906) emigrated from Wattwil, Switzerland, to the USA in 1867, and settled in Kansas. He was followed by his family, including at least two sons, Adolf (1859-1931) and Andreas (1863-?). A third son, John, lived …in 1931 as a presbyterian minister in Los Angeles.. In 1882 Adolph Leuzinger came to California and began farming land where Hyde Park and the city of Inglewood are now located.. "The 19th century was growing old and tired, but the West still was young and unformed when an enterprising youngster, Adolph Leuzinger, worked his way to California. He did it by working for the Overland Stage as a stable boy. At each stage depot, he cleaned stables, forked hay and ran errands until he'd earned enough for a ticket to the next town. The youngster was from Switzerland, a land of thrifty, industrious people, and once he got to California, it wasn't long before he'd saved enough to buy a farm.". Emma Louise Bollinger "came to California as a girl with her parents from Wisconsin. They travelled by way of Missouri and the Dakotas and finally bought a place on Cherry St., Los Angeles. She met her husband-to-be through her father, who, in turn, met him at the Los Angeles hay market. "Mr. Leuzinger," she remembers, smiling, "used to cart his crops into town to sell. My father was interested in land trades and farms and he used to visit the market and talk with the farmers. He met my husband before I did."" (Nancy Anderson: Swiss pioneer family, Redondo Daily Breeze, October 29, 1959). Adolph and Emma were married in 1893. She gave birth to three children: John Adolph Leuzinger on December 9, 1893; Louis E. Leuzinger on April 2, 1896; and, Arthur Theodore Leuzinger on April 5, 1902. In 1904, Adolph Leuzinger worked on the Daniel Freeman farm until he made enough money to boy a few acres for himself. After a few years, his total possessions were 200 acres of land. He moved to a ranch father south and lived on property now fronting on El Segundo Boulevard west of the city of Hawthorne. The family again moved in 1907 across the street, building the Leuzinger homestead at 7641 El Segundo Boulevard.. Adolph Leuzinger had always taken an active interest in local affairs and was early identified with school and banking circles. He was appointed, in 1905, to find a suitable location for a high school; he located Inglewood High School, and held the office of trustee of the Inglewood Union high school district continuously since then. He served for 33 years as vice president and director of the First National Bank in Inglewood, and when that institution became a branch of the Security First National Bank of Los Angeles, was made a member of the executive board.. A local newspaper wrote on March 7, 1931: "Dedication ceremonies at the Adolph Leuzinger High School in Lawndale, a unit of the Inglewood Union High School district, were attended by 1200 persons last night, who, under the leadership of J.R. Wimmer, trustee, joined in the following dedication declaration: "We, the mothers and fathers, students and friends of the Adolph Leuzinger High School, in the presence of the Supreme Architect of the universe, hereby dedicate this Adolph Leuzinger High School to the present generation, and to posterity." The school, which was constructed during the past summer, opened January 27 with an enrolment of 268. Fifteen teachers are employed under the general superintendence of George M. Green, pioneer educator of Southern California, who has been superintendent of the Inglewood Union High School for seventeen years. The Adolph Leuzinger School is the first unit of the district to be established outside the limits of Inglewood and was made necessary by the rapid increase in enrolment from the south end of the district. It is named in honor of Adolph Leuzinger, who has been a member of the board of trustees for twenty-five consecutive years. Leuzinger's long enduring, unselfish and sincere devotion to the cause of public education was honored by many feeling tributes. "It is too often," said Judge Leonard Wilson of the Superior Court in his address to the immense gathering, "that men must die before their rewards and their merits are inscribed so all may see. It is for this reason that I am particularly pleased to participate in a program which honors a man now living, Adolph Leuzinger."". Adolph Leuzinger died within half a year already, on August 19, 1931. His obituary was published by the Hawthorne-Lennox Advertiser, two days later: "The death of Adolph Leuzinger, for nearly fifty years a resident of this district, saddened the many friends of the kindly man whose influence in local business, educational and civic affairs had been felt for half a century. Mr. Leuzinger passed away early Wednesday morning at the Hermosa-Redondo Hospital, following an operation performed last Friday. He had been ill for two weeks, but few realized the seriousness of his condition. He was 72 years old. ï¿½ One of the finest monuments to Mr. Leuzinger's life of service is the school building on Rosencrans Avenue which bears his name. He took sincere pride in the beautiful building and few days passed that he did not visit it during its construction. He and Mrs. Leuzinger were present at the laying of the cornerstone bearing the words, "Adolph Leuzinger High School," carved on its granite surface, and many who witnessed that ceremony are glad today that Mr Leuzinger was honored during his lifetime, and in a manner appropriate to his modest and retiring nature.". "Adolph Leuzinger was a proud man," stated his widow. "When the school board of trustees, upon which he served for 25 years, decided to name your school after him, he protested in fear that no one would be able to pronounce his name. ï¿½ One of the main reasons he was so strong for education was because he never went to school a day in his life. In all the 25 years he served on the school board, he never missed a meeting." Nancy Anderson described the Leuzinger home in her article "Swiss pioneer family" in Redondo Daily Breeze, October 29, 1959:. "The school, filled with most modern equipment, is a tribute to Leuzinger's interest in learning, but his home, still standing at El Segundo Blvd. and Aviation Ave. more perfectly preserves the flavor of his times. It's a farmhouse, even though the farm is gone. It doesn't have picture windows or pastel tile, but it has the solid, conservative, pious atmosphere of agricultural America. Leuzinger was a farmer whose home reflects his interest in his family and the land. His widow and his son, who live there, can close their eyes to Ramo-Wooldridge across the street and almost believe that are still in a substantial, rural house with the nearest neighbor on a farm at the present location of the Douglas wind tunnel. The visitor enters a gate at the back of the yard into a combination vegetable and flower garden. Spades, pitchforks and other garden tools lean against the fence. A red hen sits sleepily in her coop. Lush bronze chrysanthemums are staked carefully but squash vines crawl over the front yard in careless freedom. Asparagus fern against the front porch makes me so homesick I stop for a minute.. Arthur Leuzinger welcomes guests in the diningroom while his mother prepares for company. She was 90 years old Oct. 13 and rests in her bedroom. Talk about dining areas! What a wonderful area the Leuzinger diningroom encompasses. It's big enough for a family reunion dinner or to feed field hands. The heavy, absolutely not contemporary, diningroom table is pushed against one wall but it recalls an era when company dinner meant lots of company and lots of food. Even the two bisque figurines on the cabinet mantle salute the solidity of the Leuzingers. They have stood on the same mantle undamaged, through two earthquakes, the Inglewood quake in 1920 and the Long Beach quake of the 30's.. A builtin cupboard at one end of the diningroom opens into the kitchen. And what's a farmhouse without this typical device. After a Sunday dinner, the cupboard is the easiest place to place the left over chicken and sliced tomatoes, and, at supper time, food can be slipped out on the kitchen side for informal nibbling. The leftover biscuits, of course, could go into the warming oven. ï¿½. Arthur and his brothers attended Wiseburn School (there was only one). They mailed letters through the Wiseburn Post Office at the location of the present Lodley tract. And, for fun, they'd drive a horse and buggy over to the beach. "Usually we'd hitch the horse behind the sand dunes," Arthur says, "but occasionally we'd drive him right on across them.". The Leuzinger family began selling its land in 1949, because taxes were too high to make farming profitable in an industrial district. But they've kept the best part of their life, the farmhouse with its sliding doors, the illuminated Lord's Prayer, and its collections of family pictures. Students graduating from Leuzinger High School will learn a lot from textbooks and teachers in their shiny, well equipped classrooms. But, if they'd look and question with their hearts as well as with their eyes and lips, they could learn a great lesson about America and what made it if they could visit the Leuzinger home." (MORE)
A College basketball coach with one of the most succesfull coaching careers,He lead the Kentucky Wildcats to 4 national championships (1948,1949,1951,1958),20 NCAA appearences,13 SEC tournoment championships,had six final four appearences,27 SEC regular season titles,won 5 sugar bowl tournoment cham…pionships and 3rd most wins all time wins with 870 (MORE)
Adolph Marx was the brother of Leonard, Julius, Milton, and Herbert Marx. Around 1911, Adolph changed his name to Arthur (this had nothing to do with Hitler; he simply didn't like the name "Adolph"). However, that particular name change was of little significance, because by that time he was already… known as "Harpo" (which had nothing to do with Winfrey). It is rumored that his brothers were tagged with similar nicknames.. References:. Harpo Speaks! by Harpo Marx and Rowland Barber. Virgin Books; New edition edition (9 May 2002). ISBN-10: 1852271906 (MORE)
Hitler finally married his longtime girlfriend Eva Braun; she committed suicide with him by swallowing cyanide on 30 April 1945. Hitler apparently swallowed cyanide and then shot himself. They killed themselves on thier . He was 56 years old when he ended his life.
Adolphe BUYL born 01.05.1862 at Serskamp near Wetteren became teacher in Brussels and later on conselor and mayor of Ixelles by Brussels . He became member of the Belgian Parliament for the conservative LIBERAL party from 1900 till 1920 . He was a fervent free maÃ§on strongly engaged against the c…atholic influence in education . He died in Wetteren on the 4 July of 1932 . He published a few articles concerning the communications between London and the continent, concerning a canal , national defense questions and the linguistic policy in Belgium . In his time he had a certain influence as one of the few liberal politicians in Flanders before and shortly after the first world war. (MORE)
Romania, Finland, Italy, Albania, Solvakia, Bulgaria, Vichy France,Spain, Yugoslavia, Japan, and other nations fought under Germanyand the Axis powers. There are several nations not listed here.
Hitler had a tendency to gain weight due to his unusual eating habits. It's well known that Hitler was a vegetarian but he also had a sweet tooth for pastries, of which he voraciously consumed in large quantities. This has been well documented on several books about the nazi dictator and the third r…eich, most notably William L. Schirer's "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" as well as Albert Speer's memoirs "Inside the Third Reich". It's worth mentioning that on several occasions Hitler underwent strict diet regimens due to his chronic stomach ailments that plagued him throughout his later years. (MORE)
Adolph Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party who governed Germany from 1933-1945, so he was the Fuhrer (dictator) of Germany. During his rule the Nazis killed millions of people.
He was responsible for the Holocaust and World War II, and he was a dictator of the Nazi's.
Hitler never had any children of his own. He considered the Hitler Youth his children since they were so loyal to him. Many fought in the war for him and some died for him.
He was hurt by flying debris from a bomb during an assassination attempt on his life by a dissident group German military officers. This was part of an attempted coup d'etat intended to replace the Nazi regime with a military-led government.
In terms of WW2 or indeed WW1(Hitler was a messenger for the German army), Britain and it's allies "took down" Hitler. In reference to the man's death, the most popular theory is that Adolf Hitler committed suicide and thus "took down" himself.
Propaganda, supplied by the HJ Gliederung ( structure) and also from other propaganda mills and millers like Joseph Paul Goebbels. Posters, songs, marching parades and so on- beat the HJ drum. the role of the higher levels as a sort of ROTC for Army and SS men was stressed in some ads. It should be …noted the Hitler Youth was founded by Baldur Von Schirach- governor of Vienna and Not- strictly speaking, Hitler himself. Von Schirach also made up the HJ theme song. later leader was SS officer- at least Field Grade- Artur Axmann. Under Axmann"s command the l2Th SS Panzer division was directly staffed from Hitler Youth personnel. Von Schirach survived the war and did time after the Nuremburg trials- I have read about him and he almost seems like a refined- nice guy, not a Hate maniac like Goebbels.- well they tried to present a wholesome Youth Image! (MORE)
Hitler never killed himself, traces of his survival after the supposed suicide have proven this to be true. But is publically hidden
At the time he died, he was in his room in the Hitler Bunker inBerlin, with his partner Eva Braun whom he had married shortlybefore. Berlin was being overrun by Allied troops and he knew that theywould capture him, so he had a simple dinner; then went into hisroom with Eva. Investigation into the …blood marks on the sofa shows that it islikely that Hitler shot Eva in the head, then killed himself in thesame way while eating a cyanide pill. Thier bodies were thenremoved by the staff to the area outside the bunker and werecremated using petrol. For many years after the war the Russians claimed to have parts ofHitlers skull and jaw bone showing the bullet hole. This has sincebeen proved to be to be true through forensic examination. (MORE)
The Germans held very mixed feelings about Hitler. From one perspective, he was stepping up as a leader to unite the Germanic countries and force Germany out of severe debt. On the other hand, he was manipulating the German people with private, sinister motivations to scapegoat a large group of peop…le and murder them. If he had more coherent and beneficent motivations, he may have been one of the best leaders that Germany has seen. Instead, he tarnished the German name by associating it with his Nazi organization. Make no mistake; there were many followers of Hitler at the time of his reign, but there were many who sympathized with the Jewish and others who were targeted by the Nazi attacks. (MORE)
In a sort of sense, yes he was a huge genius, for 2 reasons: 1. He conquered most of Europe 2. He had a good reason for trying to conquer the world If Hitler had prevailed, our civilization wouldn't be at war, have major arguments, and would evolve in technology a lot quicker. If we can't find a w…ay of uniting the world, either we will be burnt to death by the quickly evaporating ozone layer, or in 2.7 billion years time the sun will swallow us up. But Hitler decided to try and take a shortcut to prevailing.... (MORE)
No, of course not. He tried invading the UK and invading the countries that the UK had already invaded like Egypt. -I disagree, in Mein Kampf he writes that he wants Germans to behave more like the British and I believe he had ambitions to give Britain a special role in the Reich ( though i can…'t remember what that was) and I think it was supposed to be his cherry on the cake of the Reich. (MORE)
Adolf Hitler quit because his bunker in Berlin was surrounded by ally troops. If he did not kill himself he would have been killed. So he chose to die at his own hand rather than give himself up and be killed at the hands of the Russians who wanted so bad to kill him. It was like letting them win th…e game but not giving them the trophy. (MORE)
Hitler wanted to make a country with only the people he believe were part of a "perfect race"
Hitler and his mistress, Eva Braun, were believed to be buried in Magdeburg, Germany. Soviet troops took the bodies with them when they left Berlin, and at night, they would bury them, only unearthing them when it was time to move on. Finally, they were buried behind an abandoned German base camp…. 25 years later, a waste-disposal company bought the land, and they found the remains. The German public deemed that they should be destroyed, and that's what they did. They burned Hitler and Braun's remains. There is no permanent grave or shrine to Hitler, for fears of Nazi gatherings. (MORE)
Adolphe Sax, the person credited with inventing the first saxophone, was educated by his father Charles-Joseph Sax. His father was a skilled wind instrument maker and repairer. In addition, Adolphe Sax studied at the Royal School of Singing in Brussels, Belgium.
No. Hitler lived many centuries after Jesus died. However, hadJesus been alive in Europe during World War II, Hitler would havekilled him because Jesus was a Jew.
He was a great motivational speaker. He started out speaking softy and then gradually speaking higher and higher. Also after the great war Germany was in a depression like the U.S and he got Germany out of it quickly.
No, he was Catholic. However, he and some other National Socialist party officials appreciated some aspects of Buddhism.
Adolphe Quetelet was a Belgian astronomer, mathematician, statistician and sociologist. Adolphe founded and directed the Brussels Observatory. He was influential in introducing statistical methods to the social sciences..
Hitler's father, Alois Schiklgruber was born out of wedlock to Marie Anna Schicklgruber who later married Johann Georg Heidler. Heidler was also variously spelled Hitler. I don't recall if Johann Georg was Alois' father, but he gave him his family name, thus he (Hitler's father) became Alois Heidler… or Hitler. Alois' second marriage, to Klara Poelzl, resulted in six children, of which Adolf was the fourth. The British especially, ever so eager to make Der FÃ¼hrer appear ridiculous, traced his lineage and popularized the idea that his name should be Shicklgruber, a somewhat laughable name, even to the Germans. (MORE)
Ãdouard Adolphe Casimir Joseph Mortier died on July 28, 1835 at the age of 67.
Adolphe d'Archiac was born on September 24, 1802 and died on December 24, 1868. Adolphe d'Archiac would have been 66 years old at the time of death or 212 years old today.
Aloise Hitler, the father of Adolf Hitler, died 3 January 1903 after collapsing at Gasthaus Wiesinger at #1 Michaelsbergstrasse, Leonding, Austria. Cause of death is suspected to have been an pleural effusion (PE), but is uncertain.
Hitler did what he did for largely the same reasons you do what you do and everyone else does what they do. This is basic human behavior. Let me try it this way: People do what they do for two reasons, they want to, or they need to. Here's the thing, those two reasons boil down to one really, they… need to. Desire, especially when repressed, can rise to the level of necessity. So, with that in mind, the greatest necessity that most people recognize is the greater good over evil. Hitler saw a great evil being done to the German people at the end of WW1. He chose to combat this, and largely felt that whatever was visited upon those responsible for the evil being done was largely deserved. This does not justify anything done by the Nazi party, but it goes a long way toward objectively explaining it. The problem here is a presumption made by the question itself. That one would question the actions of anyone presupposes that something in that action is not right. This holds up the ruler of Right and Wrong, perhaps illustrated best by the Scales of Justice. Only, the ruler most use is not one of equity or fairness, rather it is is the Ruler of Morality. The problem with measuring anything with the Ruler of Morality, and that no two moralities are the same. What one person finds moral, another will not. So, let me paint a different picture: Say you moved into a new home, sitting on a large piece of property. On the day you move in, you notice that your neighbor is pulling up the fence between your properties and is moving the posts closer to your house. You question him on this and he tells you that the previous owners unfairly took that portion of land from them and he is simply correcting that. You check into the story and find that it is not true, and that there is evidence that leads you to believe the opposite is true, and that your lot is larger than you previously believed. This goes back and forth for some time, eventually involving the authorities, who set the fence back to where your neighbor moved it on the day you moved in. Would you be happy about this? Now, let's say one of your children was sitting next to the fence when it was pulled up, and after it was moved, the neighbor decided the child was now his to do what as he pleased, and puts the child to work cutting his very large lawn with a pair of small scissors. Yes, I know, getting a bit ridiculous, but play along. Would you stand by and watch your child rendered a virtual slave and your land stolen from you while you watched? Well, let's throw into this an order from the courts forcing you to pay the neighbor 75% of your pay to reimburse him for suffering at the hands of the previous owner of the property. Are you going to stand by and let that happen? Obviously no. That in very simple (and silly) terms is why Hitler did what he did. Doesn't make it right. Doesn't make it the wisest response. But, Hitler and the Nazis did not believe they were doing evil, even while it was happening. (MORE)
Adolphe Adam was born on 24th July, 1803 and died 3rd May 1856. He was a French composer and music critic. He is best known for his ballets Giselle and Le Corsaire.
Adolph Bresciano died on March 10, 1993, in Vimont, Laval, Quebec, Canada of murdered by gunshot.
Adolph Caesar died on March 6, 1986, in Los Angeles, California, USA of heart attack.