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Noun1.Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)
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Why did we have to wait until 2017 for someone with the cerebral clarity of Professor Robert J Sandford (letter Aug 4) to come up with the one brilliant idea which could have avoided the battle of Passchendaele and, by extension, all that unpleasantness with Adolph Hitler some 20 years later.
The fears of 1944 America were more nationalistic, more unified, more singularly defined - born of a 1941 attack of Pearl Harbor by Japan and an aggressive takeover of much of Europe by Germany's Adolph Hitler.
An Israeli woman was surprised to discover that the sheets she purchased from a local vendor were decorated in part with Nazi imagery and an image of Adolph Hitler.
If the absurdity of Brexit that Brexiteers will have accomplished in three years what Napoleon Bonaparte, Kaiser Bill and Adolph Hitler could not achieve in 30 years, namely, the destruction of Great Britain.
Not since Nevil Chamberlain's blunder with respect to misreading Adolph Hitler has the British political system been so misled.
She said she was also inspired by Jesse Owens, the African American sprinter who stunned Adolph Hitler at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin by winning four Olympic gold medals and showing up the Nazi leader's Aryan athletes.
The other was a German named Adolph Hitler who was enthusiastically elected by the German people into the Bundestag (Parliament) and shortly after became the nation's head as Chancellor.
During that period, Iraq's leader, Saddam Hussein, consolidated his power by manipulating Iraqis' tribal, familial, religious and ethnic sensibilities, and mixing them with totalitarian tools like those employed by Joseph Stalin and Adolph Hitler.
Back in 1939 the then Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain came back from seeing Adolph Hitler and waving a piece of paper that was not worth the time it took to write it.
The author has organized the main body of his text in eighteen chapters devoted to PorscheAEs introduction to the military, his work in advancing aviation power for Germany, his work with Adolph Hitler, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
95) that covers why Adolph Hitler was able to rule Germany; who was Jim Crow; what were Red Tails; how the First Lady helped the Tuskegee pilots; and if the reader has ever felt judged.