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  1. Firma. [ editar datos en Wikidata] Adolf Hitler ( pronunciado /ˈadɔlf ˈhɪtlɐ/ ( escuchar) ), hispanizado Adolfo Hitler[ 1] ( Braunau am Inn, Alta Austria, Imperio austrohúngaro; 20 de abril de 1889 - Berlín, Alemania nazi; 30 de abril de 1945 ), fue un político, militar y dictador alemán de origen austríaco.

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    Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler ( German: [ˈad.ɔlf ˈhɪt.lɐ] ( listen); 20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born German politician who was the dictator of Germany from 1933 until his death in 1945. He rose to power as the leader of the Nazi Party, [a] becoming the chancellor in 1933 and then assuming the title of Führer und ...

    • 16th Bavarian Reserve Regiment
    • Nazi Party (1921–1945)
    • Family Background
    • Childhood and Early Adulthood
    • World War I
    • Entry Into Politics
    • During The Weimar Republic
    • Mein Kampf
    • Rise to Power
    • World War II and The Holocaust
    • Death
    • Hitler in History

    Hitler's family was born in Waldviertel, in Lower Austria. At the time, the name Hitler changed in this region several times between Hüttler, Hiedler, Hittler and Hitler. The name was commonly in the German-speaking area of Europe in the 19th century. The literature says that this name is descended from the Czech name Hidlar or Hidlarcek.

    Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889, as the fourth child of six in Braunau am Inn. This is a small town near Linz in the province of Upper Austria, close to the border with Germany. At the time, the town was in Austria-Hungary. His parents were Klara Pölzl and Alois Hitler. Because of his father's job, Hitler moved from Braunau to Passau, later ...

    On 16 August 1914, Hitler joined the Bavarian army. He fought for Germany in World War I. Hitler served in Belgium and France in the 16th Bavarian Reserve Regiment. He spent nearly the whole time on the Western Front. He was a runner, one of the most dangerous jobs on the Front. That means he ran from one position to another one to carry messages. ...

    After World War I, Hitler stayed in the army and returned to Munich. There he attended the funeral march of the Bavarian prime minister Kurt Eisner, who had been killed. In 1919, he participated in a training programme for propagandaspeakers from 5 to 12 June and 26 June to 5 July. Later that year, Hitler joined a small political party called the G...

    In 1923, Hitler got together several hundred other members of the Nazi Party and tried to take over the Weimar Republic government (1918–34) in the Beer Hall Putsch. The coup failed. The government killed 13 of his men (the 13 dead men were later declared saints in Nazi ideology). They also put Hitler in the Landsberg Prison. They said that he woul...

    While Hitler was in prison, he wrote a book with the help of his close friend Rudolf Hess. At first, Hitler wanted to call the book Four and a Half Years of Struggle against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice. In the end, he called the book "Mein Kampf" ("My Struggle"). Mein Kampfbrought together some of Hitler's different ideas and explains where they ...

    In January 1933, Hitler was elected into the German government and became a dictator in the next months. He ended freedom of speech, and put his enemies in prisons and concentration camps or killed them. He did not allow any other political party except the Nazi party by the summer of 1933. Hitler and his propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, sprea...

    Hitler is credited with starting World War II by ordering the German Army to invade Poland. His army took over western Poland, and later most of Europe, including France and a large part of the Soviet Union. During the war, Hitler ordered the Nazis to kill many people, including women and children. The Nazis killed around six million Jews in the Ho...

    Forty hours after Hitler and Eva Braun got married in Berlin Germany, both of them committed suicide by poisoning themselves with cyanide, then Hitler shot himself in the head with his gun. Before this, Hitler ordered that their bodies be burned. This prevented him from being captured alive by soldiers of the Red Army, who were closing in on him.

    Ian Kershaw, a historian who wrote a biography (life story) of Hitler, describes him as a modern symbol of evil. "Never in history has such ruination ... been [linked] with the name of one man."However, Kershaw and some other historians believe that it is more important to look at the wider problems in Germany at the time, rather than at Hitler him...

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    A principios de 1945, Alemania estaba al borde del colapso militar total. El Gobierno General de los territorios polacos ocupados había caído ante el avance del Ejército Rojo de la Unión Soviética, que se estaba preparando para cruzar el Óder entre Küstrin (Kostrzyn nad Odrą) y Fráncfort con el objetivo de capturar Berlín, a 82 km al oeste.[6]​ Las...

    Hitler y Braun vivieron juntos como marido y mujer en el búnker durante menos de cuarenta horas. A la 01:00 h del 30 de abril, el Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel había informado que todas las fuerzas de las que Hitler había dependido para liberar Berlín habían sido rodeadas o forzadas a la defensiva.[29]​ Alrededor de las 02:30 h, Hitler aparec...

    El primer indicio al mundo exterior de que Hitler había muerto vino de los propios alemanes. El 1 de mayo, la estación de radio Reichssender Hamburg interrumpió su programa normal para anunciar su muerte esa tarde[s]​ y presentó a su sucesor, el presidente Karl Dönitz,[46]​ quien pidió al pueblo alemán que llorara a su Führer, fallecido, según él, ...

    Beevor, Antony (2002). Berlin – the downfall 1945 (en inglés). Nueva York: Viking-Penguin. ISBN 978-0-670-03041-5.
    Brisard, Jean-Christophe; Parshina, Lana (2018). The death of Hitler (en inglés). Da Capo Press. ISBN 978-0306922589.
    Eberle, Henrik; Uhl, Matthias, eds. (2005). The Hitler book: the secret dossier prepared for Stalin from the interrogations of Hitler's personal aides (en inglés). Nueva York: Public Affairs. ISBN...
    Erickson, John (1983). The road to Berlin: Stalin's war with Germany (en inglés) II. Londres: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. ISBN 978-0-297-77238-5.
    BBC staff (26 de abril de 2000). «Russia displays 'Hitler skull fragment'» (en inglés). BBC.
    Daley, Jason (22 de mayo de 2018). «Hitler's Teeth Confirm He Died in 1945». Smithsonian (en inglés).
    Marchetti, Daniela, M.D., PhD; Boschi, Ilaria, PhD; Polacco, Matteo, M.D.; Rainio, Juha, M.D., PhD (2005). «The Death of Adolf Hitler—Forensic Aspects». Journal of Forensic Sciences (en inglés) 50(5).
    Sognnaes, Reidar F.; Ström, Ferdinand (1973). «The odontological identification of Adolf Hitler». Acta Odontologica Scandinavica (en inglés) 31 (1): 47. PMID 4575430. doi:10.3109/00016357309004612.
  3. Adolf Hitler (* 20. April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Österreich-Ungarn; [1] † 30. April 1945 in Berlin) war ein nationalsozialistischer deutscher Politiker österreichischer Herkunft, der von 1933 bis zu seinem Tod 1945 Diktator des Deutschen Reiches war.

  4. Adolf Hitler (20 de abril de 1889-30 de abril de 1945) fue el líder del Partido Nacionalsocialista Obrero Alemán y Führer del Tercer Reich Alemán desde 1933 hasta 1945. A lo largo de su vida y después de su muerte, Hitler ha sido referenciado y parodiado de varias maneras en todos los medios de comunicación y culturales. Índice 1 Representaciones

  5. Adolf Hitler [ˈadɔlf ˈh ɪ tl ɐ] n 1 Écouter est un idéologue et homme d'État allemand, né le 20 avril 1889 à Braunau am Inn en Autriche-Hongrie (aujourd'hui en Autriche et toujours ville-frontière avec l’Allemagne) et mort par suicide le 30 avril 1945 à Berlin.