I confess that I added Adolf Hitler to this list with a strong sense of hatred. The effects were overwhelming. I have no desire to pay homage to a man whose true identity is the death of nearly thirty-five million people. However, the fact that Hitler had a profound effect on the lives of a number of people is not uncommon.
Adolf Hitler was born in 1889 in Brown, Austria. As a young man, he began his career as a failed artist. He later became a happy German nationalist. In World War I, he was wounded while enlisting in the German army and received a medal for bravery.
Germany’s defeat shocked and angered him.
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In 1919, at the age of thirty, he joined a small right-wing party in Munich, which soon changed its name to the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (abbreviated, Nazi, Party).
Over the next two years, he became its undisputed leader.
The Nazi party under Hitler soon became powerful. In November 1923, he carried out a revolutionary attack called Munich Beerpal Push. After its failure, Hitler was arrested. He was tried for treason and sentenced. However, he was released after serving less than a year in prison.
Even in 1928, the Nazi party was short-lived.
However, during the Great Depression, there was a growing sense of disillusionment with German political parties. In this situation, the Nazi Jamaat strengthened its foundations. In January 1933, at the age of 44, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.
When he became chancellor, he used all the opposition parties in favor of the government structure and eliminated them. But this does not mean that all this happened after the gradual defeat of civil liberties and civil law.
Everything was done quickly. The Nazis did not even consider the pain of trials necessary. Most of the political rivals were beaten and some were given Kumar. However, in the years leading up to the war, Hitler still enjoyed the support of the vast majority of Germans as he led to the elimination of unemployment and the establishment of economic prosperity.
He then joined the race for a victory that led to World War II.
Early victories were achieved without falling into the trap of war. Britain and France, desperate for peace because of their economic woes, did not interfere in Hitler’s affairs. Hitler rescinded the Treaty of War and reorganized the German army. His troops occupied the Rhineland in March 1936. In March 1938, Austria was forcibly annexed.
It also agreed to annex Sudetenland in September 1938. Britain and France had hoped that the Munich Pact, an international agreement reached by Slovakia, would bring peace to the world, but Czechoslovakia was helpless. Hitler also wreaked havoc on the rest of it over the next few months. At every turn, Hitler cunningly justified his actions and threatened to fight if anyone tried to resist.
At every stage, Western democracies retreated.
Britain and France, however, sought to defend Poland, which was Hitler’s next target. Hitler signed a non-aggression pact with Stalin in August 1939 in self-defence. It was, in fact, an aggressive alliance. In which the two dictators agreed on the rate at which they would divide Poland.
Later, Germany invaded Poland. Sixteen days later, Russia joined the attack, although Britain and France also jumped into the fray, Poland was defeated.
1940 was a pivotal year for Hitler. In April, his troops overran Denmark and Nordea. In May, he conquered the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. France lost in June.
But in the same year, Britain bravely resisted German airstrikes. Britain’s famous war began. Hitler never succeeded in occupying England.
In April 1941, Hitler’s forces occupied Greece and the giant Saladia. In 1941, Hitler scrapped the non-aggression pact and attacked it. His troops conquered large Russian territory.
But they did not succeed in annihilating the Russian forces before the monsoon. Although he was at war with Russia and Britain, Hitler invaded the United States in December 1941. Japan had recently attacked a US naval base in Pearl Harbor.
By mid-1942, Germany had occupied a large part of Europe. No nation in history has ever ruled such a vast empire.
It also conquered much of North Africa. In the second half of 1942, the tide of war turned. When Germany was defeated in the battles of El-Man in Egypt and Stalingrad in Russia. These losses were followed by a decline in German military supremacy. The final defeat of Germany seemed inevitable, but Hitler refused to give up. Despite the terrible losses, the war lasted for almost two years after the defeat of Stalingrad and ended in the spring of 1945.
On April 30, Hitler committed suicide in Berlin. Seven days later, Germany dropped its weapons.
During his reign, Hitler adopted a genocidal strategy unparalleled in history. He was a bigoted racist. And he was particularly hostile to the Jews. One of his stated goals was to wipe out the Jews in the world.
During this time the Nazis built camps to uproot the Jews. Where large gas chambers were built for this purpose. In every area under his control, innocent men, women and children would be tied up and taken to carts to be killed. In a few years, about 6 million Jews were killed in this way.
Jews did not come under Hitler’s tutelage. A large number of Russians and gipsies were also massacred during his time.
And people who were ethnically inferior to the state were also shot. It is wrong to think that this massacre was an unintentional act that took place in the heat and fervour of the war. These slaughterhouses are just as carefully turned into business centres. Accounts were also created in them. The victims were classified and the valuables found in the bodies, such as rings and gold teeth, were collected in an orderly manner.
The bodies of several victims were also used to make soap. Hitler was so enthusiastic about his plan that in the last years of the war when there was a shortage of resources across the country. Despite this, bullock carts loaded with prisoners continued to travel to the slaughterhouses. Work on a project that was militarily useless did not stop.
For a variety of reasons, it appears that Hitler’s reputation will remain. One is because he is considered one of the worst people in history. If people like Nero and Caligula are still in the memory of history twenty centuries later as a symbol of barbarism, whose actions were much less than those of Hitler, it can be confidently predicted that a person likes Hitler who Without exaggeration, it is considered to be the evilest man in history.
Moreover, Hitler will survive as the main motivator of World War II, which is considered to be the greatest war in history. The invention of nuclear weapons suggests that more deadly wars will be fought in the future. But three thousand years later, World War II will still be remembered as an important event in history.
Hitler will also be remembered for his fascinating and awkward life story. Hitler was not a foreigner born in Germany but in Austria. Became.
His ability as a preacher was extraordinary. In the sense that it had immense power to change people according to their will. Needless to say, Hitler was one of the most influential orators in history. Last but not least, the fact that he gained immense power and used it for his nefarious and evil purposes will not be forgotten.
It is often true that no other historical figure has had such a profound effect on his generation as Adolf Hitler. In addition to the millions of people who lived in the fields during the war or who were killed in Nazi slaughterhouses. There are also millions of people who have been displaced by the war and whose lives have been ruined.
In determining Hitler’s influence, two factors must be kept in mind: First, the situation would not have been so serious and horrific without the events that took place under his leadership.
This is in stark contrast to figures such as Charles Drone or Simon Bolivar. It is true that the situation in Germany and Europe allowed Hitler to play openly. His anti-Semitic attitude and military rhetoric evoked a particularly strong reaction in his audience. There is no evidence that the Germans in the 1920s or 1930s wanted their government to adopt the same radical tactics as Hitler did.
It is unlikely that other German leaders would have thought the same way. Nor could any outside observer accurately predict the actual events of Hitler’s time.
Second, the leadership of the entire Nazi movement was extraordinarily in the hands of one leader. Marx, Lenin, Stalin and other leaders played a key role in promoting communism.
But national communism did not have a significant leader before Hitler, nor did it have one later. He brought the Nazis to power and continued to hold sway during their rule. When he died, the Nazi regime and government under his leadership perished.
Hitler’s influence on his race, however, is profound. In contrast, its effects on future generations are less well known.
Hitler failed miserably in achieving his goals, while the effects he had on future generations were the exact opposite of his goals and intentions. Hitler, for example, wanted to expand Germany’s power and empire. But its victories, despite their large size, were ineffective. Today, the Germans do not have as much territory left as they did before Hitler.
Hitler’s zeal to exterminate the Jews was, of course, intense, but only about fifteen years later did the Jews achieve a separate independent state that had not been possible in the last two thousand years. Hitler had a strong hatred of communism and Russia. At the time of his death, and to some extent as a result of his war, the Russians had the opportunity to expand their territory over much of Eastern Europe.
However, the effects of communism increased in the world. Hitler also hated democracy. And wanted to uproot it. But the same system was strengthened not only in other nations but also in Germany itself. However, there is a functioning democracy in Germany. The people there respect democratic laws and leaders more than the generations that existed before Hitler.
What does this strange combination of its endless impact on its own generation and its relatively minor impact on future generations show? Hitler’s influence in his time was so profound that it is reasonable to place him on the list. But in principle, it should be ranked after figures such as Shi Huang and Augustus Caesar and Genghis Khan, whose influence lasted for centuries after his death. Yes, it can be compared to Napoleon and Alexander the Great. In a short time, Hitler shook the world more intensely than these two men. It is rated slightly below them. Because their effects were relatively long-term.