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Hitler was a good leader in the sense that he brought Germany back from the grave. "He also ensured that even in the last days of the war not a single German went hungry. Despite near-constant warfare, never once during his 12 years in power did Hitler raise taxes for working class people" Hitler gave the people what they wanted, a country that was whole again.Yes he did commit genocide but he also killed far less than Stalin did.Whether he was a good leader or not depends on you opinion, but he is usually considered good for his ability to drastically improve the living standards in Germany, strengthen the national defense, and encourage unity among the people. And even more important he was considered a good leader because he was able to convince whoever he wanted.
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Hitler was a great leader because of he lead his people out of depression and, even made Germany and other countries around it thrive such as: Italy, Austria, and Poland. I on…ly gave you som of the countries not all f them if you want to look at the countries look up countries the Nazis took over. He lead Nazi Germany to many Victories and saved many religious artifacts, he also pushed for new techonlogy "really creepy things". So I would say he was a really good leader and one of the best.
Yes, he was a ruthless leader- much like Stalin of the Soviet Union who may have been responsible for upwards of 40 million deaths of the Soviet Union's rural poor. Hitler did… not only target Jews, but also murdered Gypsies, the physically and mentally disabled, homosexuals, and anyone he and/or his party considered "undesireables" and those he felt could not contribute to the State. Aside from his well documented violence toward the above groups, Hitler was seen as a great leader and hero of the German people of that time. Hitler had tried to instill pride and cooperation in the German people following Germany's defeat from WWI. Many Germans felt that since this defeat, they were treated badly by the US, France, England, and others and Hitler wanted to regain Germany's military power. Hitler was also a conservationist and set many laws to protect German endangered species, particularily bats. This is not to underrate Hitler's violence towards ethnic, religious, or disabled persons, but history dictates that there have been many leaders and others who have committed the same if not worse attrocities such as Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, Hernan Cortez, Christopher Columbus, etc. The methods may have been different, but the result was at least the same if not far worse- millions of men, women, and children starved, tortured, enslaved, and murdered. Observation Yes, Hitler was the Leader (Fuehrer). More than that, he is widely seen as the archetypal moustachioed dictator - the leading 20th century icon of evil . In other words, he has a rather specific status that other 20th century dictatorship do not have. It's very easy to talk about Hitler's 'achievements' in the 1930s, but he chose to throw them away again by invading every neighbouring country except Switzerland. What more, he did immense damage to Germany's reputation. Joncey Observation In my opinion, Hitler was an amazing leader. He did what the leader of a country is supposed to do. He united his country and built it up after it faced one of the biggest disgraces in the history of civilized man. Everyone blamed Germany for WWI only because they supported Austria so powerfully. Germany was not to blame but they still got shafted though the Treaty of Versailles. Germany was most literally a dump until Hitler came along and turned the country from hell on earth to a world power capable of rivaling all of Europe and then some. His methods may have been heartless and ruthless but they were effective none the less. Who care about morality when your own country's best interest is at heart. The end justifies the means no? True, he thought he was "divine" at some point and got full of himself and thus caused the downfall of his reign, but he had a good run. Because of Hitler, Germany is currently one of the worlds greatest powers again. He stimulated the country to become what it is. What more could a leader have done for his country?
she belived that girls can allowed to do things that boys do
1. He was a good messenger and not just a message giver. 2. He had an awesome vision. 3. He actually could and did communicate his vision to his followers. 4. He offered the …Americans hoe then actually tried to make it come about. 5. He led and did not micromanage people. 6. He was not looked to his own perceptions. 7. He admitted his mistakes, changed his way, then he moved on. 8. He uses humor. Very good for a leader to do.
Humility, modesty, and having faith were among the qualities which made Gandhi a good leader. He knew what was right for his people and no matter what, he kept on going.
Some leadership qualities which Hitler had was that he was: Very CharismaticGood Public SpeakerPowerfulPatrioticInspiringDemandingReliantControllingJudgmentalConfidentDetermi…nedPassionate All of these qualities is what Hitler had as a Leader. by having all of these qualities He was able to control nearly all of the German Population and was able to control them. During some of his speeches He usually waited until speaking and he says what the people want to hear and needs. Here are some quotes he said which demonstrates his qualities as an leader: "Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.""All great movements are popular movements. They are the volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotions, stirred into activity by the ruthless Goddess of Distress or by the torch of the spoken word cast into the midst of the people.""If today I stand here as a revolutionary, it is as a revolutionary against the Revolution.""The women has her own battlefield with every child she brings into the world she fights a battle for the nation.""Germany will either be a world power or will not be at all." It quotes like this which shows the ruthlessness and the determination of how Hitler works and what he says.
she was so kind and able to help lots of different people
She developed many great school systems, enhanced Russian culture such as music and literature, and enhanced the sciences and the Russian economy. Also, she had lots and lots …of love affairs (;
Although Adolf Hitler is not known for doing the greatest things he was still a very good leader for what he accomplished. I'm not saying killing all those Jews was a good thi…ng, but that he had the power and knowledge to do that
Answer Hitler was cruel, especialy to jews, which he put in death camps. Answer According to Ian Kershaw's biography Hitler was a lazy leader with a disorga…nized lifestyle. As a result his servile underlings often tried to guess what he wanted and what would please him. With large numbers of people hovering around him all trying to gain favour, and their underlings in turn brown-nosing like crazy, fanaticism became standard in Nazi Germany. Answer There is a great movie, it is German, the Englsih title is "Downfall." You should watch it.
he set off to get his troops into shape leading them to victory,he was very dignified,he was a general,and he served two terms of the office even though he wanted to retire
Churchill had an amazing amount of courage and wisdom and he had enough power to run an army.
There are several things that made Alexander the Great such a good leader. He founded many cities, he stood on a high moral ground, he was kind, compassionate and effectiv…e in what he did among other things.
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Hadrian pursued a policy of peace. He gave up the conquests of Trajan, his predecessor, in Armenia and Mesopotamia (Iraq) had conquered from Persia as part of peace negotiatio…ns with the Persians. Hadrian did not want war and he considered retaining the new conquests untenable. Hadrian also pulled back the Roman legions from Scotland and built Hadrian's Wall to protect England from attacks by the Picts. He also built other permanent fortifications along the frontiers of the empire. Hadrian travelled extensively around the empire. He spent most of half of his reign away from Rome. This was part of his style of government. He wanted to strengthen the empire by commissioning infrastructure works and consulting the troops. It preferred this to war with the neighbours of the empire. Hadrian was one of the five good emperors. The famous 18th century historian Edward Gibbon wrote that during the reign of the five good emperors: "The vast extent of the Roman Empire was governed by absolute power, under the guidance of virtue and wisdom. The armies were restrained by the firm but gentle hand of five successive emperors, whose characters and authority commanded respect. The forms of the civil administration were carefully preserved by [these emperors], who delighted in the image of liberty, and were pleased with considering themselves as the accountable ministers of the laws. Such princes deserved the honour of restoring the republic had the Romans of their days been capable of enjoying a rational freedom."