Adolf Hitler

What effects did being treated for blindness have on Hitler?

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November 06, 2008 10:28PM

Well, He was being over-medicated. It lead to blurred vision and made him not think right.

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They were being killed by the Germans

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Hitler was a a soldier in ww1 and hated the way his people were being treated so he started ww2 in 1939 and shot himself in 1945

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No, on the contrary, Hitler believed that human beings are unequal and should be treated very differently. Even among Germans the SS towered above the rest in his view.

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He originally did not want to be a politician, he had wanted to be a painter, but was rejected twice when applying to school. He had only decided on politics after being in the military. Also Hitler was deeply unsatisfied with how soldiers were treated in the war.

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Terribly. There were forced to sign a treaty that basically stated that the whole war was Germany's fault. They had to pay a lot of money to the European nations. When they surrendered, Hitler was in the hospital being treated for a gas attack. When he heard this, he became irate, and so began the rise of Hitler...

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Blindness due to diving for fish. Blindness cause them not being able to hunt for food

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You see, you can say "color blindness" in just two words, as compared to "the disability of being unable to perceive the full range of color that the average human being perceives" which is 18 words. So color blindness is succincter.

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"Explain being treated in a dignified way?"

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Hitler was VERY persuasive. Hitler rose to power by being voted in.

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The reasons for Mussolini allying with Hitler was that he could see that Hitler was going to start a war and probily take over the world and he did not want to miss out on the rewards of being on the winning side. The effects it had on Mussolini was that he was veiwed very highly around the world for re-stabilising the Italian govenment so allying with Hiler decreased his popularity with other world leaders

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The noun 'blindness' is a common, uncountable noun. The noun 'blindness' is a concrete noun as a word for the condition of being unable to see; a word for a physical condition. The noun 'blindness is an abstract noun as a word for a lack of perception, awareness, or judgment; a word for a concept.

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It is possible to be pregnant while being treated with PID.

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Germany never invaded Hitler, Hitler was a human being, not a country.

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They are being treated just as fairly as every on else is today in the United States.

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It is possible but being that Hitler was originally Christian he may of had not.

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In that time. Girls were treated very badly and everyone was so sexist to them. Girls did not even do anything to deserve being treated so badly. Even now in our days there are some sexist acts on girls. So everyone has to treat everyone equal. Because we are all the same.