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Adolf Hitler (April 20, 1889 - April 30, 1945) was Chancellor and Führer of Germany from 1933 to 1945.
Hitler joined the party as member number 555 in the spring of 1919; on August 14, he met Dietrich Eckart, an anti-semitist and one of the early key members of the party, for the first time when Eckart gave a speech before party members.
A key element of Hitler's appeal was the sense of offended national pride caused by the Treaty of Versailles imposed on the defeated German Empire by the Allies.
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Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 at Braunau am Inn, Austria, a small town 90 km (55 miles) west of Linz in the province of Upper Austria, not far from the German border in what was then Austria-Hungary.
Adolf Hitler with [[Benito Mussolini in Munich]] In March 1935 Hitler repudiated the Treaty of Versailles by reintroducing conscription in Germany.
Adolf Hitler shaking hands with [[Feldmarschall Ferdinand Schörner in the bunker, one of the last known photos of Hitler]] :''Main article: Hitler's death.'' By the end of 1944 the Soviets had driven the last German troops from their territory and began charging into Central Europe.
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Hitler was treated by a military physician who specialized in psychiatry reportedly diagnosed the corporal as "incompetent to command people" and "dangerously psychotic." His commander at the time said, "I will never promote this hysteric!" (cited from Haiden, 1937).
Adolf Hitler with a German girl See also Nazi Germany Having secured supreme political power without an electoral mandate from the majority of Germans, Hitler went on to gain their support and remained overwhelmingly popular until the very end of his regime.
Hitler's medical health has long been the subject of debate, and he has variously been suggested to have suffered from irritable bowel syndrome, skin lesions, irregular heartbeat, tremors on the left side of his body, syphilis, Parkinson's disease and addiction to methamphetamines.
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