Hitler-the unspoken saga of the valorous hero of motherland Germany.(Part 1)

Hitler like most other heroes is one who is still misinterpreted, misjudged and thus criticized.Never understood by his own countrymen the story of Hitler the great was a result of the suppression Germany faced on the hands of the victorious nations England, France, and so on. The restrictions imposed by the treaty of Versailles on the German federation were not just humiliating but had put an end to the very existence of the country.This was accepted without any objection by the then rulers of the country.Hitler at that time was an ordinary officer of the German army.

With time Hitler’s stars gained momentum, the situation changed leading to the birth of one of the greatest dictator and leader the world has ever seen.Hitler’s greatness can be judged from the very fact that the first thing he did on gaining power was scrapping the treaty of Versailles which to him was nothing more than a piece of paper bearing some ink.After scrapping the treaty the next immediate step taken by the chivalrous hero was regaining the other parts of his country captured by the allied powers.Hitler went on to capture the neighbouring countries of Bosnia & Herzegovina and many others.The reason for Hitler’s wrath towards the Jews was just another misinterpretation anyone could harbour towards anything.Whatever he did, he did it with purpose, with self belief.
The credit for the success of the German economy without any dispute goes to the audacious Hitler the great.

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