Many people in different countries have grown up with anti-Jewish influences around them. However, they generally haven't later become hysterically antisemitic, let alone murdered Jews. It is futile to look for any single overriding influence in childhood. The real question seems to how and why his ordinary antisemitism became interwoven with all kinds of weird and fanciful conspiracy theories.
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 child and therefore Adolf Hitler existed and is not fake.
Type in Google on your intermet then go on images then put in adolf Hitler as a child then you have your picture.
well, no but he did have a wife.
No, Hitler didn't have any children.
Adolf Hitler wanted to become an artitst but was rejected at a school for artists.
Dahak is a fictional character, so unfortunately Dahak is not real and never had a child called Adolf Hitler.
Its Adolf Hitler and yes you can but it is out of order and will cause harm to child in future Hitler part could be your last name if you change it legally. Some parents called their children Adolf Hitler something When the authoritities knows this, they speak to council and/or the goverment and the child could legally be taking away and put in a foster home.
He did not talk about his childhood.
Incorrect. Dahak is a fictional character from the Xena: Warrior Princess franchise. Adolf Hitler was not his son.
He was 43, and a loved child.
Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau am inn, Austria. He was the 4th child of six. His father was Alois Hitler. His mother was Klara Polz.
he has a pooh baby child condom lol
There is speculation that Hitler's father abused him as a child.
Adolph Hitler was the fourth child of six. Only Adolf and his sister Paula reached adulthood.
No. After World War 2 some Germans called Adolf changed their names.
Hitler never had a foster child or a biological one.
My Lamentations for not having experienced the romance of being a child solider.
Apparently, he had a strict, authoritarian upbringing, with lots of beatings from his father.
Adolph Hitler was the 4th child of Alois Hitler and his third wife, Klara PÃ¶lzl.
No, he had few siblings but most of them died at young age. Only his sister Paula Hitler reached adulthood.
Of course not. Dahak is just a fiction character who is based on the concept of Satan.
No, he had a younger brother, Edmund and a younger sister, Paula.
As a child, Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) aspired to attend a classical high school and become an artist.