The Impacts of Adolf Hitler

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What impacts did Hitler have at the time and later in history? The start of World War II was one of the biggest impacts. There were many countries involved in this war. The major countries under the allies were Britain, France, U.S., Soviet Union, and under the axis also had major countries like the Germany, japan, and Italy. The Germany was at its peak. And it was all because of one man, Adolf Hitler, he was one of the most dominant German leaders in history, no doubt about that. Other great leaders during World War II were: Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and the japan emperor Hirohito. Hitler was responsible for nearly 50 million deaths all around the world, and most importantly his hatred toward…show more content…
He also had impacts on many other countries like France, Poland, Russia, Italy, japan, U.S. and many other countries. Hitler took over most of the countries in Europe. Hitler later allied with Italy and later japan to create the axis. The major opposing countries or the allies were U.S., Great Britain, and Russia. The total deaths for these major countries were the U.S. had lost over 400,000, the USSR’s casualties were around 24,000,000, Great Britain’s casualties were also around 400,000, the German’s deaths total was over 4,000,000, and Japan’s deaths total was around 2,000,000. The total allies’ deaths count was around 40,000,000 and the total axis’ deaths count was a little over 8,000,000 (Estimated War Dead World War II). The other bigger impacts were the japan bombing of the Pearl Harbor, and the U.S. bombing japan with couple of nukes. From an American point of view, Hitler had a great impact on America, because the World War II brought America out of the great depression and into the post-war era. America had gained a super economic status. And it is believed that the war with the Germany was responsible for the cold war. The invention of new weapons and improvement in technologies was also another positive impact. As the Soviet Union was closing in on him, before he died, he spent ten days in his bunker, and when the time came he committed suicide along with his wife Eva Braun.
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