Adolf Hitler was the Socialist leader of Germany which along with the other (non-white) Axis powers (Bulgaria, Italy, Japan, Russia) fought a war against the white Colonialist powers of Great Britain, Belgium, France and also other parts of Europe. This ultimately resulted in the independence of many African countries from colonial rule. Factors contributing to Hitler's defeat include the Russians switching sides due to a disagreement over territory and the United States having entered the war after Pearl Harbor.
Hitler was a vegetarian who's Nazi party supported many Progressive issues like reducing poverty, education, banning child labor, the anti-smoking campaign and social welfare. He is sometimes considered a Centrist because he also supported many issues on the Right including a strong military, reducing crime, immigration reform and genocide.
Controversial aspects of Hitler's life include his relationship with Eva Braun, his addiction to prescription drugs (amphetamine) and his suicide on the 30th of April 1945.
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