Adolf Hitler had around 50,000-100,000 soldiers.
None. Hitler was in his teens at the time of WWI, and did not get his command until about 1932-1934It is important to note, however, that Hitler did serve in the First World War as a runner in the Bavarian Reserves.
Adolf Hitler amassed a large army in Germany and had many types of soldiers in various branches of the military.
The oath of Hitler or the Hitler oath was a pledge of allegiance that the German soldiers were to be sworn by during the "Third Reich" from the start of the 1930's and until the war ended in 1945. It meant that they were sworn loyalty to Hitler. Both soldiers and officers and many civilians were sworn under this oath. I apologize for my poor north European English. :)
Hitler fights by itself and he got shredd into pieces...MWUHAHAHA
About six million Jews were killed by Adolf Hitler's orders. About 70 million soldiers also died during Hitler's reign and the Second World War alone.
37,000 soldiers and police
None only the jews he owned
I know one Rochus Misch he was Hitlers Bodyguard until Hitler Shot himself
He has 0 people in his army. He commanded soldiers.
In the 1st world war he was almost killed by a British sniper and a British bomb but, when he was the leader or the Nazi party there was 15 attempts to kill Hitler even his own soldiers tried to kill him.
51 soldiers were involved
How many US soldiers served in World War 2?
120 million soldiers in world war 1 and An estimated 150 million soldiers in world war 2
how many soldiers fought in world war 1hundreds of thousands
There were many soldiers that served in World War I from around the world. The state of Oklahoma provided 75 of these soldiers.
That is a debatable question, if he started any war, many would say it to be World War 2. Really it takes two or more people to start a war and I wouldn't blame just Hitler for starting World War 2. Hitler had an aggressive attitude towards getting back lost land that Germany lost in World War 1, but then it was France and Britain that declared war on him when he invaded half of Poland that really 'lit the match'.
It wasn't soldiers who invented machine guns.
It would be difficult to say exactly but there were thousands of people, including soldiers and ordinary people, who joined Hitler in his killing.
Hitler wanted, like many dictators, to rule the world.