Hitler’s political career began in his 30-year-old year. His ancestors belonged to the small farmers and petty bourgeoisie of Lower Austria and Upper Austria.
His father was a customs officer. After his third marriage, he gave birth to six children. Hitler ranked fourth.
The frequent replacement of the family’s place of residence and the early death of the father has had a negative impact on the growth of young Hitler. Although he is talented, he is always a middle school student at
When he was 19, he went to Vienna to enroll in the School of Painting at the School of
He has not been admitted to the architect school because he did not graduate from high school and did not meet the admission requirements of the school.
Despite this, Hitler remained in Vienna until 1913. He has no career or employment goals. After using his inheritance and the orphan grant he first received, he relied on temporary workers and painting landscape postcards.
He spent the night in the shelter, spent time during the day watching the show, strolling in this ancient emperor, reading a lot of books, but no system.
He gained incomplete education by reading these books, which had a profound impact on all his later thoughts and actions.
According to his self-report, the years spent in Vienna are a crucial period in his life. “Therefore, I will only need to learn a little more knowledge from now on.
I don’t need to change anything.” “Here, in the poor. The district and the emperors of all ethnic groups formed his prejudice and hatred.
These became the plagues of Germany and Europe: he proposed the theory that Germans, especially the German superiors, should dominate the world, he is Jewish, against democracy, freedom.
And humanitarianism and even the irresistible hatred of the entire Western tradition and the social class and ideology that represents this tradition, his praise of power and contempt for Christianity, his fanatical nationalism with great German characteristics, he Defiance of a person’s personality.
When the First World War broke out, he volunteered to participate in the Bavarian army. He was on the Western Front for 4 years and mainly served as a commander.
Although he suffered two injuries and received two levels of Iron Cross, his military rank has not been able to exceed the Corporal due to lack of leadership.
Hitler heard news of the German military collapse and political revolution in a field hospital at the
This news made him full of blind hatred for “November crime.” He saw them as the root of the disaster, so he made up his mind to oppose them.
In the autumn of 1919, he participated in the small far-right German Workers’ Party in Munich, turning it into a forum for his political ideas and making it renamed the German National Socialist Workers’ Party to be more attractive.
Soon he took the leadership of the party. Here he discovered his extraordinary eloquence and his ability to “grab the collective subconsciousness available at any time.
” His extremely strong power ambitions and his high political confidence and intelligent self-confidence were also shown here for the first time.
Sudden success has made Hitler, who has so far been reluctant to arrogance, vainly pursue his dreams, is not socially sociable, is not good at getting along with others, and is ruthless and stubborn, and strong in his will, so that he is convinced that he is different.
Unparalleled in the world, the sky is big and it is in itself. His excessive self-estimation is typical. The book “My Struggle” written during his imprisonment after the riots in November 1923 shows his determination to become a “leader.
” Later, in early 1925, shortly after his release, when the party that was banned throughout the country was re-established during this period, he officially put this determination into practice.
Although for Hitler, thought is only a means to achieve its own power, and can be abandoned without fear if necessary, but his policies are dominated by certain fundamental concepts that are consistent with him and the German people. Leading to disaster.
Hitler had hoped to become a painter. His grades in the middle school period were only “excellent” in painting. Later he decided to study “Big German Art” (Hitler).
At the age of 19, he applied to the Vienna Academy of Art and was not admitted because of poor test scores.
(The entrance test scores are: “The painting results are not satisfied enough.”) Hitler has been worried about this, and he believes that the Academy of Art did not accept him “the world must have suffered significant losses.
” Someone once sighed at the historical mistakes of the Vienna Academy of Art. If they accepted Hitler, perhaps he would not be a Nazi madman who harmed humanity.
This dream became a painter and became the “great leader” of Germany in 1933. Shortly after he took office, he launched the “cultural revolution.
” (Hitler declared that the Nazi movement was a great revolution, including the political revolution, the ideological revolution, and the cultural revolution.
Zhao Xinshan specifically added in his book that the “cultural revolution” is not his fabrication or borrowing.)
Under the guidance, 6,500 pieces of modern art were removed from German museums and art galleries. Not only the German modernists, Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso… The works of these artists became garbage all night.
Because in Hitler’s view, modernist artists are suspicious elements of “liberal attempts,” and their works are “toxic flowers.”
In contrast, Hitler personally presided over the selection of the “Great German Art Exhibition”, this annual exhibition became the most lively exhibition in Germany’s history, the audience is always tens of thousands, and later reached a million people The record of the visit.
To celebrate the opening of the exhibition, a mass parade was held. Hitler made a speech: The mission of New Art is to speak for the people and let the people understand. In terms of artists, Hitler’s method of housekeeping is highly organized.
The Nazis “cleaned up the art palace” and organized all the people outside the blacklist who allowed cultural activities to be organized into relevant associations.
The members of the art association reached the next 100,000 from 45,000 at the beginning. The first “Great German Art Exhibition” applied for 15,000 pieces of works, and after review, 900 pieces of works were exhibited.
Goebbels called the move “a new order in German art in the chaos of the art kingdom.” Can’t help but admit that Hitler really likes art, and he is not a complete amateur in painting and architecture.
Because of this, the fate of German art is just as tragic. And he is not so detailed about the things outside the art, so specific.
He is very admired by the German realist painter Menzel, but not for the German Renaissance paintings; his most admired composer is Wagner, also like Beethoven, Brahms and Bruckner, most hate jazz, against Mendel Song and other Jewish composers are included in the blacklist that must be cleared.
Zhao Xinshan pursued the spiritual connection between Hitler and Wagner from the perspectives of world view, anti-Semitism, nationalism and anti-democratism.
But in my opinion, Hitler’s personal art likes and dislikes is not important to others. What matters is that he interferes with others and decides the lives of others. What matters is his unrestricted power.
When a person’s power reaches a level that no one else can limit, everything in his life will be dangerous. Even the worship of outstanding artists can have unpredictable consequences.
After Hitler transformed the German art scene into a real hell, there are still German artists singing singers for him. It’s not just Goebbels that sings songs.
A well-known painter, the dean of the Udenburg Academy of Arts, congratulates Hitler’s birthday: “Germany has never been as free as it is today…” Like him The shamelessness is by no means an exception.
Hitler loved painting in his early years, but he applied to the Vienna Academy of Art. However, he left hundreds of paintings and conceived many monumental buildings after he took power.
Of course, he must not forget: his destruction of the building. Far more than the creation of architecture. The following Hitler’s architectural paintings or design manuscripts are mostly from auction houses or monographs.
In Vienna (that is, during the period of applying for art), he painted 1-3 watercolors a day and painted about 600. Hitler himself recalled more than 1,000.
According to the Hitler works currently auctioned in the world, the average watercolour of Hitler is 25,000 to 50,000 US dollars, the most expensive one is 100,000 US dollars, and the cheap one is 1,500 US dollars.
In 1999, his two watercolors and a sketch (1911 and 1914 paintings) were auctioned for US$131,000.
The controversy over Hitler’s signature is a sideline in his debate over his work of art. Hitler often changed the way signatures were made.
In the works of early Vienna, Hitler used prints; sometimes it was grass; sometimes it even wrote the initials.
Hitler’s signature on his paintings is mostly squiggly and easier to recognize. Hitler’s signature on the official document was once called the “Lightning Fighter” and was ridiculous and difficult to recognize.
In a world war, Hitler’s sketch on the way to the French city of Cannes.
In the First World War, Hitler joined the 16th Bavarian Infantry Regiment in August 1914. Hitler’s self-painting sketch on his way to the city of Cannes, France.
There is currently no authentic Hitler painting in this period. But Hitler’s good friend and photographer Heinrich Hoffman once photographed Hitler’s work during World War I and integrated a booklet.
Hitler’s design sketches for Nazi monuments were designed by Hitler to achieve his design intent.
Most of them were SPEERALBERT, the chief architect of the Nazi Chief, and the Minister of Arms, from 1942 to 1945. After the war, he was imprisoned as a war criminal. After his release, he spent the rest of his life studying the history of World War II.
The architectural painting of the town of Die Altar Hofs, Hitler gave the painting to the Nazi Chief of Staff Wilhelm Bruckner.