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Hitler was one of many, many despots in a long history of despots who did the same things. Why is he disproportionately vilified.?

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  • He was not 'disproportionately' vilified. No one killed more people through war and vile murders like he did!
    Hartmut · 1 1
  • Because the ones of the past were barbarians like Genghis Khan and Hitler came one of the world s great civilizations who produced Mozart, Beethoven, Goethe, Albrecht Durer and whose Technology and Science was among the best in the world and he managed not only to bring the world into a second world war but lay ruin to man countries Poland, Russia and doing much damage bombing England and totally destroying his own country as well as facilitating the death of 50,000 people. He killed people like cattle in death camps did horrible medical experiments on humans and tried to not only destroy the Jewish people but their culture by burning their books and destroying their places of worship 267 synagogues were destroyed in German and Austria. He tired to create a master race of blue eyed blond headed Supermen by forced breeding blond Norwegian women with German soldiers. He branded Jews and Gypsies subhuman., He killed homosexuals and handicapped human beings.
    ProfGene.Togolot · 2 1
  • Because the Jews, their bolshevism and their banking system was his target
    Armed and Educated Worker · 4 2