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The hero of one nation may be the enemy of another, but there have been many such rulers in history. There are hardly any people in our nation who accept them as heroes. These rulers crossed all boundaries to achieve their nefarious goals.
• Ion IV! Czar Ivan IV of Russia from 1547 to 1584 is called Ivan the Great in history. His era began with the reorganization of the central government and the lack of authority of the hereditary elite, the princes, etc., and then began the era known as the era of fear. During his reign, the Muslim states of Kazan and Astrakhan were occupied and the market for oppression was heated. Even his family was not safe from his persecution. His son Ivan, who was also the crown prince, was also tortured to death. This son of his was wise and because of this move the throne later fell into the hands of the mentally handicapped son Fyodor and the empire suffered the worst crisis.
• King Leopold II! In the colonial period from 1865 to 1909, no power was so kind, but the tyranny of King Leopold II of Belgium is rare. He founded the Congo Free State in Africa, also as his personal property. The locals were then forced into ivory and rubber production, subjected to severe atrocities, separated from their families, and even reduced to a birth rate in the area. Millions of people were killed in the failed uprisings, while millions starved to death. It is said that between 1880 and 1920 the population of the area decreased by 50%. The Shah's philosophy of forced labor was later tried by France, Germany and Portugal.
Benito Mussolini! From 1922 to 1943, Benito Mussolini of Italy founded the Fascist Party after fleeing the army and, with the help of his comrades, began destroying the country's democratic institutions, until he became Italy's leader in 1925. There were several assassination attempts on him, after which he said, "If I go forward, follow me. If I retreat, kill me, and if I die, avenge me." During the occupation of Ethiopia, Italy inflicted so many atrocities that it wiped out 7% of the country's population. In 1936, he formed an alliance with German leader Adolf Hitler and took part in World War I, but there was no place left after the defeat. He was ousted in April 1945. Mussolini tried to escape, but fell into the hands of his opponents, who killed him and hung his body on a square in Milan.
Joseph Stalin! Lenin's successor in the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953, who threw the people into the furnace to make the country a superpower. Take immediate steps to promote industries, including forced labor. Massive taxes were levied on the people, which promoted starvation. Not only that, but their opponents, entire nations, were moved to remote concentration camps, numbering in the millions. Opposition intellectuals, officials and military personnel were also detained.
Soviet-era official documents include the execution of 800,000 people. 1.7 million people were killed in forced camps, while 390,000 were killed in forced migration, meaning there are about 3 million people who have documented evidence. Historians say the number of people killed by Stalin is at least 10 million, and if the death toll from the famine and the number of countries liberated from Russia are included, 3 crore. His own son Yakov fell into the hands of German forces. The Germans said they could release him in exchange for Field Marshal Paulus, who had been captured by the Russians after the Battle of Stalingrad, but Stalin refused, saying he would be a Field Marshal in exchange for an ordinary soldier. Will not release
Adolf Hitler! Adolf Hitler, the notorious ruler of Germany from 1933 to 1945, who controlled much of Europe and North Africa until the end of 1941. The racist Hitler ordered the elimination not only of Jews but also of political opponents who had been transferred to concentration camps and tortured to death. The Nazis are said to have killed a total of 11 million people under Hitler. When Soviet forces were about to occupy Berlin in the last days of World War II, Hitler and his wife committed suicide.
Francisco Franco! From 1938 to 1975, Francisco Franco overthrew the Spanish government in the 1930s with the help of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy. During his rule, many democratic figures left the country and those who remained in the country faced military tribunals. Catholic Christianity was the only religion in the country that was tolerated, the country's two major languages, Catalan and Basque, were banned, and the government had a vast network of secret police. As we got older, the grip of the police and censorship loosened and so did the censorship. Finally, free market reforms were introduced and Morocco gained independence. During his tenure, 2 to 4 lakh opponents were killed.
• Pool hanging! Cambodia's Pol Pot, from 1975 to 1979, is another communist on the list of the most oppressive rulers. His Khumr Road movement tried to impose it on the people by creating a society of their own choosing and they too could not believe it after reading it. In his mind the idea of an ideal world was agricultural and that is why villages were settled instead of cities and millions of people were tortured to death in special centers.
In such a society, whether it was a doctor or a teacher or an expert in any field, he was only allowed to work in the fields. That is why anyone with the slightest sense of reason would be killed. People were even tortured for wearing glasses and speaking a foreign language. In just four years, Pol Pot has killed 2 million people or starved him to death. If the death penalty is combined with the worst conditions, inadequate food and the worst medical care, it is said that 25% of the total population of Cambodia died on the Khmer Road.
Eid Amin! From 1971 to 1979, Uganda's General Idi Amin overthrew the country's elected government through a military coup and declared himself president. For the next eight years, he ruled the country as a tyrant, killing an estimated 300,000 people, or about 500,000. It also expelled Uganda's Asian population, most of whom were of Indian and Pakistani descent. Large expenditures were made on the army, which resulted in economic decline.
• Augusto Pinochet! From 1973 to 1990, Augusto Pinochet, the notorious dictator of the South American country of Chile, overthrew the Chilean government in 1973 with the help of the United States. In his time, it was common for opponents to disappear and be tortured. There is even evidence of more than 3 people being killed, detained and tortured. He also had the worst corruption charges and is estimated to have stolen at least 28 28 million. He was tried for serious human rights violations, but died before a verdict could be reached.
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