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An excellent Canadian 2-part miniseries that explores Adolf Hitler’s rise and his early consolidation of power during the years after the First World War and focuses on how the embittered, politically fragmented and economically buffeted state of German society following the war made that ascent possible.

Hitler’s rise and fall: Timeline

20 April 1889 (Birth)

Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th in Braunau am Inn in the empire of Austria-Hungary.

His parents’ families were from poor peasant backgrounds. His father, Alois, regarded as strict and distant, became  a customs official and expected Adolf to follow a career into the civil service.  Hitler’s mother, Klara, was known to be of a more compassionate nature, adoring and indulging her son.

At the age of six Adolf attended school and while clearly intelligent, he was uninterested in formal education, eventually leaving with a poor educational record of achievement.

The death of his father when Adolf was 13, which released the pressure on him to get a job working for the civil service, Adolf was sable to pursue his preferred choice of study, that of art.  He attended art school and regarded himself as an artist, absorbing diverse cultural influences, the opera, theater, reading and drawing.

1907 (Adulthood)

Hitler moved to Vienna at age 18 with the aim of attending the Vienna Academy of Art, but his application was rejected. His disappointment was compounded by his failure to also get into the Vienna School of Architecture due to his inability to provide a school leaving certificate.

For next 6 years (until 1913), without any means of money, Hitler struggled to survive in Vienna, living in a men’s hostel.  He used to sell postcards which he’s drawn, of famous sights, and used to undertake a series of menial jobs, to earn money and survive.

During this period of poverty, Hitler engaged in much political activity, attending meetings, absorbing political newspapers and literature.

By this time, he was 24 years old.

1913 (Age 24)

He joined military service for the Habsburg Empire. the monarch of German at that time.  It is said that he joined the army to move to Munich in Southern Germany.

At the outbreak of the First World War, Hitler volunteered for service in the German army and joined the 16th Barvarian Reserve Infantry Regiment.  He distinguished himself in service, being promoted to corporal and decorated with the Iron Cross for services as a runner on the western front.

World War I went on for 4 years, until 1918.  In 1918, Hitler got badly injured causing temporary blindness due to a British gas attack in Ypres Salient.  He returned to his regiment in Munich, later in the year.  By this time, he was 29 years old.

1919 (Age 30)

Hitler was appointed to the Intelligence/Propaganda section where he would undertake political training. His activities involved making speeches to the troops advocating German nationalism and anti-Socialism, where he developed further his oratory skills.

He also acted as an army informer, spying on small political parties. He joined the German Workers’ Party, an extreme anti-communist, anti-Semitic right wing organisation during that time.

1920 (Entry to Politics)

Hitler was discharged from the army.  He joined German Worker’s Party where he undertook responsibility for publicity and propaganda. He changed the party’s name to the National Socialist German Workers Party, (or Nazi for short).  The party represented a combination of intense hatred for the politicians who they considered had dishonoured Germany by signing the Versailles Treaty and exploiting local grievances against a weak federal government.


Hitler challenged Anton Drexler to become leader of the Nazi party. After initial resistance, Drexler agreed and Hitler becomes the new leader of the party.  He was 32 years old by this time.

1923 (Age 34)

Along with other right wing factions and General Ludendorff, he attempted to overthrow the Bavarian government with an armed uprising.  The event became known as The Beer Hall Putsch. H itler and 2000 Nazi’s march through Munich to the Beer Hall, to take over a meeting chaired by three of the most important individuals in Bavarian politics.

The following day, the Nazis marched in the streets, the police opened fire.  Hitler escaped but was captured.  He was tried for treason and served 9 months in Landsberg prison.  It was during his imprisonment that he began dictating his thoughts to Rudolf Hess, which emerged in the book Mein Kampf (my struggle).  It was a mixture of autobiography, political ideology, and an examination of the techniques of propaganda.

After out from the prison and short break from politics, Hitler re-founded the Nazi Party in 1925.

1925-1930 (Age 35-40)

Next 5 years of Hitler’s life revolved around strengthening his party, his personal life, and other usual life affairs.  By this time, Hitler was already 41 and his party was gaining momentum and so his political career.

In General election in September 1930, His party, Nazi Party, increased its representatives in parliament from 14 to 107.  Hitler was now the leader of the second largest party in Germany.


Hitler challenged Paul von Hindenburg for the presidency, but failed as he could not stand for election since he was not a German citizen.


At age 43, Hitler became a German citizen—enabling him to stand in the Presidential election against Hindenburg.

1933 (Age 44)

Hitler became chancellor of a coalition government, where the Nazis had a third of the seats in the parliament.  One year from then, in February 1933, the parliament was destroyed by fire.  The plot and execution was almost certainly due to the Nazis but they pointed the finger at the communists and triggered a General Election.

After one month, in March 1933, “Enabling Act” passed with which powers of legislation passed to Hitler’s cabinet for four years, making him virtual dictator.

During this time, he banned Communist party, socialist, trade unions, and banned protests and strikes.   By June 1934, he eliminated almost all his rivals.  He was 45 years old by this time.

In July 1934, German president Hindenburg died and Hitler became “Fuehrer and Reich Chancellor” and abolished the title of President.

1935-1938 (Age 46-49)

With full control over Germany, next 3 years he spent in strengthening military power with the aim of undoing the Treaty of Versailles and uniting all the German peoples.  In March 1938, the Austrian Chancellor, leader of the Austrian Nazi Party, invited the German army to occupy Austria and proclaimed a union with Germany.  In September 1938, British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain met Hitler in Germany.  Britain, France and Italy signed the Munich Agreement which gave the Sudetenland (the German populated borderlands of Czechoslavakia), to Germany.

In November 1938, what is historically referred to as Crystal Night, 7500 Jewish shops were destroyed and 400 synagogues were burnt. The attack was portrayed as a spontaneous reaction to the death of a German diplomat by a Jewish refugee in Paris.  It was actually orchestrated by the Nazi party who also killed many Jews and sent 20,000 to concentration camps.

Hitler and World War II

1939 (Age 50)

Hitler invaded Poland on September 1st and after 3 weeks of lightning war or ‘Blitzkrieg,’ the country was divided between Russia and Germany.  On September 3rd, France, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand declared war on Germany.


The Nazis occupied Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium and France.  Romania and Yugoslavia were invaded.  In June 1941, Germany attacked Russia, ignoring the peace pact.  Operation Barbarossa, The German invasion of Russia begun.  Meanwhile, in December 1941, Japanese Air Force attacked Pearl Harbour and war was declared on the US, that dragged US into World War II, which otherwise was quiet until now.

In February 1943, Germans surrendered in the battle of Stalingrad. From this point in the war, Germany was continually retreating.

In January 1945, Soviet troops entered Nazi Germany and took over it.

Hitler decided to stay in Berlin to the last.

On 26 April 1945, Berlin completely besieged by the Soviet Army Fronts of Marshals Koniev and Zhukov.

Hitler’s Death

30 April 1945

(AGE 56)

Hitler commits suicide with his wife of two days, Eva Braun; their bodies are believed to have been cremated.

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Magadh by tShunya

A song not meant for everyone



Some songs are not meant to be popular or viral nor is composed for everyone to hum or sing. They are like an abstract art, not meant to be obvious.

The song Magadh, tShunya, is one of the kind. It does not fit in any genre because its uniqueness itself is a genre. According to the video description, the song is on a historical fact about a king….

Leave it, not going to reveal here. Watch it, read the lyrics and find out yourself.

About Video, according to the team:
Generated using combination of Deep Learning and Digital Signal Processing. The background video is completely generated. No manual process is required, however, lyrics, logo, and mirror were added on post. Image generation was trained using custom trained StyleGAN with a dataset consisting of war paintings.”

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Dhaka Dhoti, a rap from madesh

This is how diversity feels like.



After a long time, found a rap from Nepal that could give us goosebumps and awe feeling.

What a beat, what a strike. Wish video was much better; seems a budget video.

Song like “Lollypop Lagelu” had set a different kind of stereotype about songs from madhesh and their music. No more. After listening till the end, you too will go like “Never thought Bhojpuri Rap could be this lit.” Well, it is not really Bhojpuri, but mix of.

This is how diversity feels like. <3

Lyrics and Performed by : Vyoma and D1
Recorded at : Megaherz Studio
Mix / Master : Manu Khadka


Suna kan kholi toraboli himal pahad terai k
Deshake xora
Bhedbhab je karela oka khichke lapeta
abbb sunal jja madhesh me Hiphop kaisan hola
Dekha Chala

Bisswome dekh bhaii dusarrkaa
sorgalok nepal jekar nam dharm saskirti ritiriwaj sabke
aapan aapan algeba maan saan
parkirtike bardan aafan saundarta se mohit
kaileba sabke dheyan santike muhan
mahan hamar desha
himal pahad milke tarai banaola sabke
ek panna palta ke dekh bir emandar yodhdha
nepaligorkhali ithas me paibe
ek aake dekha santi ke bhagwan gautam buddha lumbini
mahan sitaD mata ke janma sthal janakpur dham
bhail eho hamar swades k san
bhedbhab k nam pe nakar badnam
e desh ke nam tu aisan kar kam
jekase bane tor aapan Nam pahichan badhe
dehsake san dekhe wale kare wah wah sab log jan

Namskar bhaiiya ramram ke satha suruhola
subha ke kam hasi majag gussa k sat
bitela sabke sam aafan aafan plan
kurta or dhoti sirpe dhaka topi
gamchha ba hamnike san kisan
aannke ke bhandar khetipati peba nirbhar
hamni ke jahan tarai aadibasi tharu madhesi
hamni ke pahichan berrz

Aaige madesh me alag san se
Lolypop nai tyo kina pewar hiphop lai china aage

Bhaike e badhiya gana suna chala
eMandari bacha kasam pura karekhatir
hajir ba e jan aapn desh ke nam
xatti maiya dasahara dipawali karwachautha
nari logan k mahan
debideuta pujal jali sabjan skranti faguwa sivratri me piyal jali bhang
leke bholeke nam
xotkan se peyr badkan k dila aadar samman
k satha leli sabke aasirbad aaggya kari sidasada hamni
bani lal chandra or surye hamar desh ke nisani

lollypop me khali nahii hiphop me
sat jhumal jali sab jani sukha dukhme satha
khada rahele xati tani peyar je kare okase peyar ham
kareni bhedbhab je kare kare to hojala dusman

Suna kan kholi tora
boli himal pahad tarai seeee deshake xora
bhedbhab je karela oka khichke lapeta
aba sunal ja madhesh me hiphop kaisan hola
Dekha Chala

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Khamakha – Short Film

This short film is a kind of film that makes viewers feel good for no apparent reason.  It just feels like you watching yourself in a parallel  universe and till the end you just smile without blinking your eyes like a happy kid lost in his own imaginative world.




This short film is a kind of film that makes viewers feel good for no apparent reason.  It just feels like you watching yourself in a parallel  universe and till the end you just smile without blinking your eyes like a happy kid lost in his own imaginative world.

Raina (Manjari Fadnnis) and Udayan (Harshvardhan Rane), night and morning — perfect example of real world chemistry.

Khamakha has won the Filmfare People’s choice award for the Best Short Film.  It indeed deserved it.

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