The jobs Nazis had before the war frequently influenced their subsequent careers and behaviors. Some of Hitler's followers came from sophisticated and affluent backgrounds, but most were similar to Hitler in the sense that they were sort of floating listlessly in society, unproductive young men with aesthetic sensibilities who lacked a certain direction before finding one in the extermination of their fellow humans.
As a result, Nazi officials' jobs before the Nazi party was founded were typically menial or unproductive, and many top Nazis, including Hitler, channeled their frustration, hatred, and hostility into a political movement with perhaps the most well-known ending in history. Nazi officials before the Third Reich, before their infamy, were pretty Average Joes with a whole lot of fiery, burning hatred seething beneath the surface.
Adolf Hitler – Failed Art Student And Vagrant
Hermann Goering – War Hero, Pilot, And Drug Addict
Joseph Goebbels – Bank Clerk And Aspiring Playwright
Heinrich Himmler – Unemployed Student And Agriculturalist
Albert Speer – Architectural Prodigy And Memoirist
Hans Frank – Attorney