Who was the dictator of Latvia?
Latvia (being independent) has had only one dictator. His name is Karlis Ulmanis. After that, being affected by war, Latvia has been in both - Russia's and Germany's jurisdiction.
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It is an absolute ruler- they generally have an authoritarianstance on leadership, and will bypass all offices and systems topush through the legislation they wish to. Histor…y has shown us many dictators like Adolf Hitler, SaddamHussein, Yosif Stalin. All these dictators had no competing leaderswhich is the very defining characteristic of a dictator. A dictatorhas to be firm, fearsome and ruthless. Ironically, dictators haveoccasionally benefited the countries they have led, such as OliverCromwell who took over the English parliament not because he wantedto but because the members were both incompetent and corrupt andsomeone had to do something. By controlling all manner of countryaffairs, dictators can enact legislation significantly quicker, andcontribute to a country's self sufficiency. One of the most infamous dictators was Adolf Hitler- he usedimmoral and unlawful means to create a totalitarian state. The SAand the SS were both deployed to enforce obedience of the masses,and to suppress opposition. With the help of his propagandaminister Josef Goebbels, he controlled the media, and printedpro-Nazi ideologies.
Looking for Latvia . According to the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, Latvia is a "country in northeastern Europe, along the shores of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga.…" For a map that'll give you a visual explanation of the above, see the Related Link. And to read more about Latvia on Answers.com, see the Related Link. Latvia is in north-eastern Europe, by the Baltic Sea.
Fiddel Castro in Cuba is a dictator
Latvia has a 498 kilometer coastline on the Baltic Sea.
Latvia was first declared a sovereign state, the Republic of Latvia, on November 18 1918. From 1940 through to the end of World War II, Latvia was occupied first by forces of …the Soviet Union, then Nazi Germany and, at the end of the war, was again under Soviet occupation. The second Soviet occupation continued until the 1991, when Latvia was able to use the break up of the Soviet Union to re establish its independence.
Mussolini, Chavez, Hitler, Obama
A person that has absolute powers over a country (and it's people); normally without their consent.. Dictators "Take" power. If the government is weak enough, and an individu…al knows the inner workings of the "weak" government, he can "work" his way thru the maze of politicians and key people (military leaders), and then "take" the leadership (take power); WHEN THE TIMING IS RIGHT.
there are dictatorship because eople think that a dictatorship isreally good or even exellent because they like to kill people andkill themselves
it is spelt diktat: an order or decree imposed by someone in power without popular consent
No there is a president
The Lifestyle of Latvia (Latvija) is very laid back and civilised. They aren't the first people to smile either!
List of dictators: Idi Amin Dada in Uganda Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany Francisco Franco Bahamonde in Spain Manuel Antonio Noriega Moreno in Panama Pol Pot in Cambodia