What Determines A Great Leader Isn 't Whether They Are Good Or Bad?

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What determines a great leader isn’t whether they are good or bad but, it is either they could get many people who could follow in their beliefs. Adolf Hitler was a dictator in Germany and was the leader of the Nazi Army of the Third Reich. He had many people to follow his ideas because of how persuasive he is, the ambitions he had and how persistance he is. Adolf Hitler had a way with his words, he made the people of his country to follow his idea of how Germany can come back to power. After WWI, Germany was in their Great Depression because of how they were being the main cause of WWI and their punishment would be respiration. Hitler knew that citizens of Germany were tired of the hard labor and knew that they were mad for losing the war. But in order for them to follow him he needed a scapegoat on why they had lost the war and he had pinned it on the jewish people. “This criminal race has the two million dead of the (First) World War on their conscience, and now hundreds of thousands. Let no one say to me: we cannot send them into the mire. Who concerns themselves about our men? It is good if preceding us is the terror that we are exterminating the Jews. The attempt to found a Jewish state will fail.” This was a speech to Himmer and Heydrich in Hitler 's command headquarters in September 1942 , nine years after the genocide had started and where six killing centers was already formed. He made his men believed that the jewish were the "poison" of the German
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