Interesting facts about hitler for kids

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Hitlers Forgotten Children: My Life Inside The Lebensborn by Ingrid Von Oelhafen

‘More than 70 years ago I was a “gift” for Adolf Hitler. I was stolen as a baby to be part of one of the most terrible of all Nazi experiments: Lebensborn.’ Watch the 2016 interview with the author.

In 1942 Erika, a baby girl from Rogaška Slatina, the Slovenian town that was renamed Sauerbrunn (another town with the same name exists in Austria, which made it harder for the author to find her roots after the war) by Nazi occupiers of the northern part of Slovenia, the only present-day European nation that was trisected and completely annexed into both Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy during WWII, was one of many children that were stolen from their parents by the Nazi occupiers, declared an ‘Aryan’, her true identity erased, and sent to German couples who could not have their own children under the pretense that children were saved from dysfunctional families, struck by prostitution and whatnot, so she was renamed Ingrid, and given new surname von Oelhafen.

After the war, Erika/Ingrid began to uncover her true identity, the full scale of the Lebensborn scheme and the Nazi obsession with bloodlines became clear -- including the kidnapping of up to half a million babies like her and the deliberate murder of children born into the program who were deemed ‘substandard.’

The Lebensborn program was the brainchild of Himmler: an extraordinary plan to create an Aryan master race, leaving behind thousands of displaced victims in the wake of the Nazi regime.

Written with insight and compassion, this is a powerful meditation on the personal legacy of Hitler’s vision, of Germany’s brutal past and of a divided Europe that for many years struggled to come to terms with its own history.
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Kids learn about the biography of Adolf Hitler, leader and dictator of Germany Adolf Hitler was the leader of Germany from to Facts about Hitler.
Ingrid Von Oelhafen

Adolf Hitler

He became Chancellor of Germany in This appointment was allowed by the German constitution. Hitler became dictator complete ruler in The Nazis created a dictatorship called the Third Reich. In , they blocked out all other political parties. This gave Hitler absolute power. Because of Hitler, at least 50 million people died.

The fact that Hitler was Austrian might seem odd given his It's important to note however, that the award isn't always meant as an endorsement. A series of films exploring the experiences of children during the Holocaust.
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He specializes in Russian and Ukrainian History. Adolf was the fourth of six children. When he was only three years old, Hitler's family moved to Passau, Germany, but returned to Austria Leonding in Following numerous fights with his father who often beat young Hitler on a regular basis , Hitler was sent away to the "Realschule" in Linz around September of Hitler returned home from school in , following the sudden and unexpected death of his father. Back at home, Hitler continued school in Steyr; leaving in to study art in Vienna.

Among the world leaders of the 20th century, Adolf Hitler is the most notorious. Although he killed himself in the waning days of the war, his historical legacy continues to reverberate in the 21st century. Learn more about Adolf Hitler's life and times with these 10 facts. Throughout his youth, Adolf Hitler dreamed of becoming an artist. He applied in and again the following year to the Vienna Academy of Art but was denied admission both times.

Hitler was born on April 20, His family name was originally Schicklgruber but his father changed it to Hitler. Hitler always said this was the best thing his father ever did for him. His father died in but left the family fairly well off. When Hitler was sixteen, he dropped out of school and lived off the money his father had left the family. Hitler wanted to become an artist, so he applied to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. In , his mother became very ill with breast cancer, and although Hitler was upset about his mother, he decided to travel to Vienna in September anyway to write the entrance exam for the Academy of Fine Arts.

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