|Führer of Germany|
2 August 1934 – 30 April 1945
|Preceded by||Paul von Hindenburg |
|Succeeded by||Karl Dönitz |
|Chancellor of Germany|
30 January 1933 – 30 April 1945
|President||Paul von Hindenburg|
|Preceded by||Kurt von Schleicher|
|Succeeded by||Joseph Goebbels|
|Reichsstatthalter of Prussia|
30 January 1933 – 30 January 1935
|Preceded by||Office created|
|Succeeded by||Office abolished|
|Born||20 April 1889|
Braunau am Inn, Austria–Hungary
|Died||30 April 1945 (aged 56)|
|Political party||National Socialist German Workers' Party (1921–1945)|
|German Workers' Party (1920–1921)|
|Spouse(s)||Eva Braun |
(29–30 April 1945)
|Occupation||Politician, soldier, artist, writer|
|Religion||See Adolf Hitler's religious views|
|Allegiance||Template:Country data German Empire|
|Years of service||1914–1918|
|Unit||16th Bavarian Reserve Regiment|
|Battles/wars||World War I|
Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) ek German politician rahaa, jon ki German Nazi party ke leader rahaa. Uu 1933 me Germany ke Chancellor banaa aur 1934 me dictator ban gais. Uu apne ke Germany ke Führer (leader) maanat rahaa. Uske janam Austria me bhais rahaa aur maut, World War II ke aakhri din me Berlin, Germany me bhais rahaa.
Jab Hitler Gemany ke uppar raj karat rahaa tab Nazi log ek dictatorship banain rahaa , jiske Third Reich ke naam se jaana jaawat rahaa. 1933 me uu logan aapan ke chhorr ke aur sab party ke illegal kar diin. Uu logan ke dusman ke jahel me kar dewa gais rahaa,civil rights ke kamti kar dewa gais aur Jews, Gypsy aur duusra minority logan ke exterminate karis. 
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Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889, as the fourth child of six in Braunau am Inn. This is a small town near Linz in the province of Upper Austria. It is close to the German border, in what was then Austria-Hungary. His parents were Klara Pölzl and Alois Hitler. Because of his father's job, Hitler moved from Braunau to Passau, later to Lambach and finally to Leonding. He attended several Volksschule's. Hitler's mother, Klara Pölzl, was the third wife of Alois Hitler and also his cousin. Hitler's father died in 1903. Hitler failed high school exams in Linz twice. In 1905, he left school without an exam. He became interested in the anti-Semitic (anti-Jewish), Pan-German teachings of Professor Leopold Poetsch. In September 1907, he went to Vienna and took an entrance examination. On 1 and 2 October, he failed the second examination. Hitler went back to Linz at the end of October. In December 1907, Hitler's mother died and, because of that, he was depressed. Hitler's mother was Catholic, but Hitler hated Christianity. He also hated Jews.
In 1909, Hitler again went to Vienna to study art. He attempted to become a student at the Academy of Arts but failed the first entrance examination. Hitler said he first became an anti-Semite in Vienna. This town had a large Jewish community.
In 1913, Hitler was 24 years old. At that time, all young Austrian men had to join the army. Hitler did not like the Austrian army, so he left Austria for Germany. He lived in the German city of Munich.
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