An Inspirational Quote on Adolf Hitler

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A Tyrant is a ruler of a cruel and oppressive character; someone who is remembered, but has no power and is dismissed by many. On the other hand, a Martyr is the one who makes great sacrifices or suffers much in order to further a belief. This clearly depicts that when a Tyrant reaches his death, he will only be known for the moment, whereas a Martyr who will be missed and remembered for decades for his positive characteristics. In life, your character will be judged for your legacy, therefore, those who give a positive message to the world, and those who fight for what’s right and those who sacrifice their life for others are the ones that will never be forgotten throughout history. This quote plays an important role to our history. Back in the late 1919’s, Adolf Hitler came into power. Hitler was a man of cruel character; he was unsympathetic and racist to mankind. As a brutal dictator, he put Jewish people, Black people, anyone that didn’t match his perfection in concentration camps. There he put them through unbearable torture as each one was forced to work until they nearly passed out with little or no food. As a result of his actions, more than million lives were lost. In this case, Adolf Hitler is known to be the Tyrant. In the early 1960’s Martin Luther King Jr gave a speech; a speech of what he believed in and what he fought for most of his life. As a result of his phenomenal…

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