Adolf Hitler (German:  {20|twenty} {april|April|Apr|Gregorian calendar month} 1889 – {30|thirty} {april|April|Apr|Gregorian calendar month} 1945) was a German politician {who|World Health Organization|WHO|United Nations agency|UN agency} become the leader of the Nazi birthday celebration (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei; NSDAP), Chancellor of {germany|Germany|Federal Republic of Germany|Deutschland|FRG|European country|European nation} from 1933 to 1945 and Führer (“chief”) of {nazi germany|Third Reich|Nazi Germany|Reich} from 1934 to 1945.a As dictator, {hitler|Hitler|Adolf Hitler|Der Fuhrer|dictator|potentate|Nazi|German Nazi} initiated world struggle II in Europe with the invasion of {poland|Poland|Republic of Poland|Polska|European country|European nation} in {september|September|Sep|Sept|Gregorian calendar month} 1939, and {turned into|became|was|become|changed into} primary to the Holocaust.Hitler was born in Austria—then {part of|a part of} Austria-Hungary—and become raised {close to|near} {linz|Linz|Lentia|city|metropolis|urban center}. He {moved|moved |affected|stirred|touched|enraptured|rapt|captive|affected|emotional} to {germany|Germany|Federal Republic of Germany|Deutschland|FRG|European country|European nation} in 1913 and become adorned for the {duration|period|length} of his carrier {in the|within the} German navy in world struggle I. In 1919, he joined the German people’ {birthday party|birthday celebration|party|celebration} (DAP), the precursor of the NSDAP, {and became|and have become} appointed leader of the NSDAP in 1921. In 1923, he {attempted|tried} to seize electricity {in a|during a|in an exceedingly|in a very} {failed|failing|unsuccessful} coup in {munich|Munich|Muenchen|city|metropolis|urban center} {and became|and have become} {imprisoned|captive|confined|jailed|unfree}. {even as|whilst|at the same time as|while|when|as} in {prison|jail} he {dictated|determined|set|settled} {the primary|the first} {quantity|amount} of his {autobiography|biography|life|life story|life history} and political {manifesto|pronunciamento|declaration} Mein Kampf (“My conflict”). {released|discharged|free} in 1924, {hi