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Hitler - 38 Facts | Nazi | Dream Job | Biography | Love Life | Suicide

Adolf Hitler | Facts | Nazi | Dream Job | Biography | Love Life | Suicide

Hitler with girlfriend Eva Braun

Adolf Hitler 


Adolf Hitler (Adolf Schicklgruber)


20 April 1889

Birth Place

Braunau , Austria 


30 April 1945

Death Place

Berlin, Germany






Politician, Leader of Nazi, Dictator, Chancellor of Germany

It was a good story of young boy, who wanted to become an artist but finally became a drifter.
Adolf Hitler was a German politician and leader of the Nazi Party. He rose to power as the chancellor of Germany in 1933 and then as Führer in 1934.
During his dictatorship from 1933 to 1945, he initiated World War II in Europe by invading Poland on 1 September 1939.

Spouse: Eva Braun (m. 1945–1945)

FAQ's :

What was Adolf Hitler's real name?

Adolf Schicklgruber
Adolf Hitler’s real name was Adolf Schicklgruber or Adolf Hiedler. His father, Alois Hitler who later became a senior customs official and his wife Klara, who was from a poor peasant family.

What was Hitler's salary?

From the time he became chancellor until his death in 1945, Hitler received some 700 million reichsmarks in corporate payments.

What was Hitler's dream job?

Hitler’s father’s ambition for him was to become a civil servant. But Hitler wants to become an Artist and he saw Vienna as the ideal place to pursue his own Youthful dream.

Love life of Hitler / Who was Adolf Hitler's girlfriend?

Hitler with girlfriend/wife Eva Braun

Eva Braun
Eva Braun was the longtime mistress of Adolf Hitler. Braun and Hitler married 40 hours before jointly committing suicide on April 30, 1945. His relationship with Eva Braun, which lasted nearly 14 years, was hidden from the public. The German people were unaware of Eva Braun until after the war. Hitler and Braun never appeared as a couple in public; the only time they appeared together in a published news photo was when she sat near him at the 1936 Winter Olympics.

Who owns Hitler's car?

Hitler with car

It was sold to a businessman from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who wanted the car for a park called Dutch Wonderland. Since 1984, Mannerheim's car has been privately owned. Another 770 was sold at the same 1973 auction, for $93,000.

Who started World War 2?

World War II began in Europe on September 1, 1939, when Germany invaded Poland. Great Britain and France responded by declaring war on Germany on September 3. The war between the U.S.S.R. and Germany began on June 22, 1941.

What was Hitler's strategy?

Blitzkrieg is a term used to describe a method of offensive warfare designed to strike a swift, focused blow at an enemy using mobile, maneuverable forces, including armored tanks and air support. Such an attack ideally leads to a quick victory, limiting the loss of soldiers and artillery.

Why did Germany lose ww2?

These were: the lack of productivity of its war economy, the weak supply lines, the start of a war on two fronts, and the lack of strong leadership. Following the invasion of the Soviet Union, using the Blitzkrieg tactic, the German Army marched far into Russia.

Why did Hitler committed suicide?

On this day in 1945, Adolf Hitler commits suicide by swallowing a cyanide capsule and shooting himself in the head up, in a bunker under his headquarters in Berlin.
Soon after, Germany unconditionally surrendered to the Allied forces, ending Hitler's dreams of a 1,000-year Reich. Only eight days later, on 8 May 1945, the German forces issued an unconditional surrender, leaving Germany to be carved up by the four Allied powers.

How did Subhas Chandra Bose recognize Hitler?

Hitler meeting with S.B.Bose

  • When Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose went to meet Adolf Hitler for the first time, he was asked to wait in a hall by his men.
  • Netaji started reading a book in the hall.
  • After a while, a man, who was a duplicate of Hitler, entered the hall and he went back as he wasn't entertained by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
  • After some time, another duplicate of Hitler entered the hall, he also wasn’t entertained by Netaji Bose.
  • Many duplicates entered the hall and left as Netaji ignored them.
  • Many people met one of Hitler's duplicate and returned in a belief that they had a meeting with real Adolf Hitler.
  • Finally Hitler entered the hall to see whether Netaji can differentiate between him and his duplicates.
  • Hitler walked silently as his duplicates did before him; Hitler had put one of his hands on Netajis's shoulder.
  • Netaji responded instantly by saying "Hitler"?
  • Hitler was stunned and asked, how can you say that? You never met me before.
  • With whose voice the Prime Minister of Great Britain is also shivering, he put his hand on the shoulder of Subhash Chandra Bose, that only Hitler can do in this world.
  • Netaji replied Hitler in these words, "No one in this world has the courage to put his hand on Subhash Chandra Bose's shoulder, not even his men, except Hitler".
In this way Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose recognized German dictator Adolf Hitler.

Facts about Adolf Hitler:

Positive Facts about Hitler:

1. Hitler’s Nazis started anti-smoking campaign. They made famous Autobahn system for Reich.

2. Volkswagen Company was made by Nazis.

3. He pulled Germany out of the great depression.

4. Hitler solved Germany’s turmoil economy which came about due to treaty of Versaille. Nazis killed so many Jews. Jews were snatching common German’s job and made them starved. But he took a horrible decision. And that was to eradicate all Jews from Europe.

5. He was one of the most disciplined leaders in human history and greatest orator of all time.

6. Brilliant Speaker and Strong Organizer

Honestly, Germany was largely responsible for the start of World War I. Germany was still a young country (barely 50 years old), and its people didn't have a sense of German "identity" yet. Adolf Hitler was a brilliant speaker and a strong organizer. He used all this German disenfranchisement to his advantage. He motivated the people, developed a sense of German pride, and convinced them that they deserved better. Eventually, Hitler convinced the Germans to go to war again, and World War II was underway. In a sense, Hitler brainwashed a nation.

7. There was a Jewish-Austrian doctor who didn’t charge Hitler’s family due to their economic hardship. Hitler had him protected and called him “Noble Jew”.

Funny Facts about Hitler:

8. Fear of Cats

Alexander the Great, Hitler, Mussolini and Napoleon, all suffered from ailurophobia, the fear of cats. Also William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Louis XIV.

9. 20 babies born in Britain since WW2 have been named Adolf.

Before the war there were 320 Adolfs registered in England and Wales, but the name became less popular from WW2 conflict.

10. Adolf Hitler was member #555 in the Nazi Party, but the party started counting at 500 to look bigger.

Hitler at the time of giving speech

The place where Hitler killed himself is now a children’s playground.

The playground is 28 feet above Hitler’s concrete bunker in Berlin.

11. Last few hours of Hitler:

In his last will and testament, Hitler appointed Admiral Karl Donitz as head of state and Goebbels as chancellor. He then retired to his private quarters with Braun, where he and Braun poisoned themselves and their dogs, before Hitler then also shot himself with his service pistol. Hitler and Braun's bodies were hastily cremated in the chancellery garden, as Soviet forces closed in on the building. When the Soviets reached the chancellery, they removed Hitler's ashes, continually changing their location so as to prevent Hitler devotees from creating a memorial at his final resting place.

12. Real name:

“Adolf Schicklgruber” would have been Hitler’s name. His father changed his last name in 1877.

13. As a child, Hitler wanted to be a priest.

Hitler’s mother was a devout Catholic, while his father considered religion a scam. In his childhood, Hitler was enthralled by the pomp and ritual of the Catholic Church and for a while he even considered becoming a priest, but ended up rejecting religion as a teenager.

14. Hitler was saved from drowning by a priest when he was 4 years old.

15. Hitler, while in prison, wrote to a Mercedes dealership begging for a car loan.

16. Hitler suffered chronic flatulence and took 28 different drugs to fight it.

17. During the First World War he volunteered to fight for the German Army and gained the rank of corporal, earning accolades as a dispatch-runner. He won several awards for bravery, including the Iron Cross First Class.

18. In October 1918, he was blinded in a mustard gas attack. Germany surrendered while Hitler was in hospital and he went into a state of great depression, spending lots of time in tears. After the war ended, Hitler's future seemed uncertain.

19. Hitler never learned to drive. Yet, he spearheaded the development of the Volkswagen car.

Hitler's car

20. Hitler’s Bunker :

Hitler withdrew to his bunker to live out his final days. The Bunker is Located 55 feet under the chancellery; the shelter contained 18 rooms and was fully self-sufficient, with its own water and electrical supply.

21. Hitler invited Czechoslovakia’s President to Berlin on 14 March 1939 and kept him waiting for four hours while he finished watching a film. In 1932, Winston Churchill went to a hotel in Munich two days in a row to have tea with Hitler. Hitler stood him up both times and the two men never met.

22. In 1938, Hitler was TIME Magazine’s Man of the Year.

23. A 2018 study of Hitler’s teeth, held in Moscow, claims to prove he died after taking cyanide and shooting himself in the head in 1945.

24. Hitler was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1939.

The recommendation came from Erik Gottfrid Christian Brandt, a social democratic member of the Swedish parliament. He called Hitler “A God-given fighter for peace” and his book Mein Kampf “the best & most popular piece of literature in the world”.

25. Adolf Hitler was the first European leader to ban human zoos.

26. Hitler killed his dog Blondi with a cyanide capsule. He also shot the five puppies and buried them with their mother. Hitler had doubts about the cyanide capsules he had received through Heinrich Himmler’s SS. To verify them, Hitler tested one on his dog.

27. Hitler was a big tax evader and was even fined by his own government over it in 1934. He then got the tax dept. to declare him exempt from taxation.

28. When the D-Day forces landed, Hitler was asleep. None of his generals dared send re-enforcements without his permission and no-one dared wake him. Crucial hours were lost in the battle to hold on to Normandy because of it.

29. Hitler planned to collect thousands of Jewish artifacts to build a “Museum of An Extinct Race” after the war.

The museum’s curators were set to work cataloguing between 1,40,000 and 1,50,000 artifacts, ranging from wedding portraits and infant cradles to Torch scrolls and hand-embroidered synagogue fabrics. Between 1942 and 1945, the incoming flow of artifacts filled the museum’s premises as well as those of eight other buildings and more than 50 warehouses.

30. During Hitler’s years in power, his book “Mein Kampf” was given away for free to every newlywed couple.

It was also given to every soldier fighting at the front. Till the end of the war, 10 million copies had been sold and distributed in Germany.

31. In 1939, Adolf Hitler’s nephew wrote an article called “Why I Hate My Uncle”.

32. During WWI, a British soldier spared the life of a wounded German: Adolf Hitler.

Henry Tandey, a highly decorated British private, claims to have encountered an enemy soldier wounded, who did not even attempt to raise his own rifle, during WWI. Tandey chose not to shoot. The German soldier saw him lower his rifle and nodded his thanks before wandering off. Although disputed, that soldier is purported to have been Adolf Hitler.

33. Hitler himself was never elected by the people. He lost the presidential election but the Nazis formed a coalition that got them enough seats to demand the position of Chancellor for Hitler.

Hitler meeting with man

34. Hitler married Eva Braun less than 40 hours before they died.

Hitler and Braun were married in a small civil ceremony within the Fuhrerbunker. The event was witnessed by Joseph Goebbels and Martin Bormann.

35. Hitler’s home phone no. and address was listed in Who’s Who book until 1945. It was WilhelmstraBe 77, Berlin.

UK’s Who’s Who is a source of biographical data on more than 33,000 influential people from around the world.

36. Adolf Hitler was obsessed with America’s Old West.

As a child, Hitler was obsessed with German author Karl May’s adventurous tales of the American wild west. Ironically, May had never been to America when he read these well-loved books.

37. The Eiffel Tower was inaugurated the same year Nintendo was founded and Adolf Hitler was born: 1889.

38. Both Adolf Hitler and Osama Bin Laden were announced dead on May 1.

But I think Adolf Hitler's most important contribution to the world is this: 

He showed us what unchecked greed, unabashed bigotry, and loathing and hatred for humankind can do. Hitler has given us an example of the worst kind of person, and the worst thing that can happen to humanity.

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