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Title: Hitler and WWII

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Subject: History
Author: Marie P
Date: October 12, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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After transferring to another school, he finally left formal education altogether in 1905. Hitler refused to follow the disciplines of a regular job. At this point in time he had aimless existence, and he was left with reading, painting, wandering in the woods, and dreaming of becoming a famous artist...

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He failed to gain admission that year and the next led him into a period of deep depression and seclusion from his friends. During this time he first became fascinated by the great potential that mass political manipulation had. He was impressed by the successes of the anti-Semitic (hating Jews), nationalist Christian-Socialist party, and Mayor Karl Lueger of Vienna and his mass organization...

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