What happened to Hitler as a child in Vienna?
Nothing, Hitler did not move to Vienna until 1907, when he was 18.
In 1907 Hitler applied to the Vienna Academy of Art, and sat the entrance exam, along with 112 other candidates. He was subsequently invited to take part in the second round of the selection procedure, along with 79 other candidates but failed to qualify for a place.
Initially, Hitler was able to live quite well in Vienna off an orphan's pension and from the sale of paintings and post cards (his income was more that that of a primary school teacher). He returned briefly to his home town of Linz following news that his mother was dying of breast cancer and following her death on 21 December 1907, he distanced himself ever more from his relatives.
In 1908 Hitler reapplied for a place at the Vienna Academy of Art but this time failed to make it through the first round of the selection process.
During this time Hitler came into contact with the writings of Guido von List, a racial ideologist and antisemite, and his pupil Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels, as well as the antisemitic polemics of Austrian politicians Georg von Schönerer )leader of the Alldeutsche Bewegung (pan-German Movement) and the Mayor of Vienna, Karl Lueger. Hitler's concept of a superior Aryan, so-called master race probably began to form at this time. But according to his friend, August Kubizek, Hitler was more interested in Opera, especially Richard Wagner, at the time than politics
Whilst Hitler called his five years in Vienna "five years of hardship and misery" in his book "Mein Kampf", this version of events has been debunked by contemporary witnesses.
In their biograhies of Hitler, Alan Bullock and Ian Kershaw cite evidence that contradicts his version of his years in Vienna. 'Mein Kampf' is not a trustworthy source. It's a work of propaganda and essentially one long rant by a man with a grudge.
Most of the stories about young Hitler living in poverty and hardship in Vienna are ultimately based on what he wrote about his early years in "Mein Kampf". It's not surprising that biographers such as Alan Bullock and Ian Kershaw show that what Hitler wrote about his time in Vienna is almost completely untrue. He managed to get various female members of his family to give him a regular allowance and he didn't suffer hardship…
Hitler moved to Vienna to persue a carrer in painting. After being turned away once by a Jewish senior member of the establishment he wanted to learn at, he stayed in Vienna for a there years to improve his portraite skills befor attepting again to enter the establishment. However he was consiquently turned away by the Jewish yet again, therefore he moved out of Vienna.
If Dahak, who is a fictional character, did indeed have a child called Adolf Hitler, then yes, Adolf Hitler would have been fake, but since Dahak is fake and never had a child called Adolf Hitler, Adolf Hitler could not be fake, since Adolf Hitler really existed, therefore the only conclusion that can be drawn is that Dahak is a fictional character which does not exist in real life, but Adolf Hitler is not Dahak's…
He was born in Braunau am Inn, a town in Austria on the border with Germany. His father worked for the government, so he moved around a bunch. The family briefly lived in Germany when Hitler was a very young child, but otherwise, they mostly lived in the vicinity of Linz, Austria. After he finished the Austrian equivalent of high school when he was 16, Hitler moved to Vienna, Austria, where he stayed until just…