Adolf Hitler
Portrait of Adolf Hitler
Portrait from 1945
Birth name Adolf Hitler
Born April 20, 1889
Flag of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918) Braunau am Inn - Austria-Hungary
Died July 13, 1950
Flag of Fascist Mexico Reich Disunited Mexico, D.F. - Mexico
Buried at Burial at Sea, South Atlantic Ocean
Allegiance Flag of Fascist Mexico Reich Disunited Nazi Party of Mexico
Service/branch NaziMexico ArmyFlag Reich Disunited Supreme Commander of the Mexican Military
Rank Emperor/Supreme Commander
Signature Adolf Hitler signature.png
Adolf Hitler was an Austrian born union leader, politician and head of the Mexican National Socialist, or Nazi party. He served as dictator of Mexico after his removal from Europe at the end of The Great War, and his actions almost directly triggered the devastating American War from 1939 to 1949.

Hitler was a veteran of The Great War, earning a Verwundetenmedaille medal from the Austrian government for bravery and sustaining of injury at the battle of Belgrade. Greatly disappointed with his nation after defeat in the war, he attempted an overthrow of the local government in Vienna in 1925, but was captured by police shortly after and transferred to Prussia for asylum.

Hitler eventually managed to take control of the struggling Mexican government after its civil war, convincing the people of his false Mexican heritage and blamed a large portion of the nations major issues on other Central American ethnicities, such as Guatemalans and Hondurans.

Early Life

Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary (Today Part of Austria) on April 20th, 1889. The death of his younger brother in 1900 is often considered to be the point at which Hitler transformed from an outgoing and confident individual to one of great depression and self-loathing, possibly the cause of his actions later in life.

Since an early age, Hitler and his peers often felt that the Kingdom of Prussia, to the north, was failing to meet the standards of the great empire it could have been, despising its politically progressive leaders.

Adolf eventually began an artistic lifestyle, painting mostly watercolors of Vienna's landscapes and buildings. He was, however, rejected by the Vienna university of Art twice, on account of his "unfitness for painting". By the time his mother had passed in 1907, Hitler was living homeless.

The Great War

Hitler served as a dispatch runner for the Austrian army during the Great War, and was present at the battles of Belgrade and the Danube. It is often said that he was temporarily kept prisoner by the Serbians and met, then Captain, Gavrilo Princip. Although these claims are largely unfounded, Hitler was observed to make several comments on Princip's military and strategic prowess during his early service as leader of Mexico.

Hitler described the war as "the greatest of all experiences", taking great pride in his many medals earned during service, including the Verwundetenmedaille, often considered to be one of the highest honored medals for bravery in the Austrian military.

By the end of the war, he became furious at his nation for being defeated in the war, and attempted several times to overthrow the Austrian government, failing repetitively. The Republic of East Austria decided that Hitler was a threat to national security, and sent him to Prussia, where he would be held in Asylum until his choice to leave for Mexico.

Time in Mexico and Rise to Power

Hitler and several other members of the Austrian Nazi party traveled to Mexico, a nation then recently coming out of a bloody civil war, and in general disarray at the time. The NSPM, which Hitler founded, soon became the largest political party in Mexico and arranged the assassination of President Lázaro Cárdenas so that Hitler, as head of the largest party in Mexico, could easily come to power through an election.

Hitler's political platform revolved around the persecution of several races, including Guatemalans, Hondurans, and non-Latin Europeans. He faked documents stating that he was half Mexican and half Italian in heritage, living temporarily in Central Europe, in order to hide his Austrian heritage and gain the trust of Mexico's people. There was minimal resistance to Hitler's policies due to the absence of several government officials after they either fled the country or were assassinated within three months of September 1937. The Socialist Party of Mexico moved to the United States and merged with the socialist party there, supporting the Anti-Fascist ideas of Court Justice Leon Trotsky.

The American War and Death

The American war is often debated to be the direct result of Hitler's actions. His decisions to invade Central America and the United Sates triggered the actions of the Allied Coalition and its eventual expansion to include a total of 12 nations at war with Mexico alone. Hitler oversaw several projects in occupied areas, including the Holocaust (Holocausto in Spanish); the mass extermination of non-mixed race Guatemalans, Hondurans, El Salvadorians, and Costa Ricans, as well as Slavs and Whites of North European descent.

The war was a general Axis success for its first six years, with the Fascist states of Mexico, Italy and the newly declared Nationalist Iberia (Portugal annexed to become part of Nationalist Spain) dominating militarily. However, in 1946, Hitler's decision to attempt a push past the Mississippi River proved to be nearly impossible for Mexico's Military, as American resistance was immense. The losses for Mexico at the Battle of St. Louis were innumerable, rendering an American counterattack impossible to defend against. The state of Baja California was captured entirely on July 4th, 1948; a massive morale boost for the Americans.

Hitler and several other NSPM members attempted to flee Mexico by way of occupied Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea, but were discovered by the reinstated Mexican Republican Police only approximately three miles outside of Mexico D.F (District Federal). He was put on trail in the city of Málaga, Spain along with Francisco Franco and Davud Monshizadeh, and found guilty of several counts of war crimes. He was executed on July 13th of 1950 via firing squad and buried at sea in the South Atlantic within international waters one week afterwards.