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How did aldolf Hitler come to power?


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In his bunker in Berlin.

Hitler and Braun did not have any children.

Starting the WW II ? Maybe. <><><>

Adolf Hitler was born in the town of Braunau on the Inn River in Austria, to a German family.

it took Hitler 32 years to come to power

Adolf Hitler's Birthplace -- Braunau, Austria on 20 april,1889.

yes extremely bad , he killed soo soo many people.

He was not buried, his body was cremated and its ashes was thrown in the Elbe river in Germany.

World War Two started when Nazi Germany(who was led by Adolf Hitler) invaded Poland on September 1, 1939.

the great wall of china and the treaty of versailes allowed hitler to come to power through mussolini

Hitler came into power in 30th January 1933 but I'm not sure what message he said

Hitler and Franklin D. Roosevelt came to power in 1933.

He was elected Chancellor in 1933.

He was voted in by voters.

the first person to create the first engine was aldolf hitler.

Adolf Hitler died in 1945 . He & his wife ,Eva commited sucide in the bunkers . by gunshot &; cyanide poisoning as Soviet troops approached them. There bodys were found & buried .

He came to power as chancellor on January 30 1933

Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany in January 1933.

When Hitler came to power Jews and Gypsies were not sent anywhere, these actions would come later.

The leader of Germany was Adolf Hitler, he rose into power in 1934.

During his service in World War I, Hitler attained the rank of Gefreiter, which is often translated as corporal. It's about equivalent to Private First Class in the US Army.

By launching the Munich Putsch.

Yes, he married his long-time lover Eva Braun just hours before they both committed suicide.

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