Collaborative Project- Hitler
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Hitler's father died in 1903, and two years later, his mother allowed him to drop out of school. Hitler registered to go to the Academy of Fine Arts twice, however he was rejected both times. Adolf Hitler was forced into a homeless shelter when he became bankrupt, and stayed there for several years.
World War I
After World War I, Hitler went back to Munich and went on to work for an intelligence officer in the military. He joined the DAP in 1919 (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei)
Hitler in Jail
The uprising was immediately denied, and Adolf Hitler was arrested for high treason. When Hitler was sent to the Landsberg Jail, he wrote an autobiography called the Mein Kampf and worked on his speaking skills. Nine months in prison, the political pressure from supporters of the Nazi Party demanded his release. In the beginning, the book wasn't a good seller. However, when Hitler became a dictator, the book was bought by many, and sold better than before.
By 1941, Germany had populated most of Europe and North Africa.