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the cruellest personalities in history
Throughout the history of mankind, there have been many cruel rulers who use oppression as a means of controlling peoples. They rule with an iron fist and crave power in every possible way.
For this article, there are hundreds of personalities that we can write about, but we will only be writing about some of them who are considered the worst in history. They were known as wicked men. And they are as follows:
- Idi Amin Dada
One of the most ruthless rulers was Amin Dada, a military dictator and head of state Uganda between 1971 and 1979.
Amin joined the British colonial regiment and was imitated Many military positions and became commander of the Ugandan army after the end of colonialism.
In 1971, he seized power after the coup against the country's ruler who
It was Milton Obote, He promoted himself to the rank of "Field Marshal" or "Marshal", which is higher.
Military rank is possible even though he is the ruler of the country and his reign has been marked by a breach
For human rights, political repression, ethnic persecution, extrajudicial killings, and expulsions From Uganda.
Estimates of the dead range from 80,000 to 500,000.
He died on July 20, 2003, in King Faisal Specialist Hospital in the city of
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, due to his kidney failure, and before his death, he did not show any remorse for what he did to his people.
Attila the Hun was the ruler of the Huns from 434 to 453 AD and was the leader of an empire Henna, which extended from the Urals to the Rhine and from the Danube to the sea
Attila is considered one of the evilest rulers in history, an example of cruelty and greed, He managed to cross the Danube twice and plunder the Balkans, but could not control On the city of Constantinople.
Also, try to conquer the Romans and Gauls in 451 AD.
He crossed the Rhine and marched away with his army, but was defeated at the Battle of the Plains In Catalonia.
After this, he invaded Italy and destroyed the northern provinces, but was unable to conquer The capital is Rome, but that did not prevent him from trying to plan an invasion again and that is what happened
This happened in 452 AD when he returned to Rome to invade it, so he planned to marry the sister of the Roman Emperor Honoria.
This is what happened, but on the wedding night he drowned in his blood, It was just a plot to liquidate him, he was assassinated in the first months of 453 AD.
- Genghis Khan :
Genghis Khan was born in north-central Mongolia around the year 1162. His name is "Temujin", after the leader of the Tatars, whom Genghis Khan's father managed to defeat and seize.
Genghis Khan is a Mongolian warrior and leader who founded the Mughal Empire, the largest empire in history, by eliminating the tribal leaders of Northeast Asia and uniting those tribes.
From his birth, his people predicted that he would be a great leader. As a young man, he was exposed to many horrors and difficulties, but with his toughness and intelligence he was able to face what he saw from those difficulties, and Temujin was distinguished by ferocity, brutality, and wisdom as well until he was able to unite the Mongolian tribes and establish the Mongol Empire.
Temujin had a terrifying army, as he mixed in his readiness between military tactics and ferocity and brutality in combat, and was able to fight his Tatar enemies, and avenge the death of his father by killing most of the Tatars without distinguishing between youth or Tatars.
Genghis Khan drafted a constitution for the country that emphasized the importance of adhering to the appropriate social behavior of individuals; Members of the state are prohibited from killing each other, theft, false testimony, and betrayal of spouses are prohibited, and anyone who violates these rules is punishable by death.
His reliance on the promotion of statesmen was not on lineage and dynasties, but their loyalty and competence.
Genghis Khan allowed religious freedom in the Mughal Empire, leaving individuals free to choose religion and worship, after fully submitting and offering loyalty to Genghis Khan.
After the Mongols were rival tribes, the Mughal Empire expanded during the reign of Genghis Khan to include Central Asia, that is, Iran, Afghanistan, and southern Russia.
The Mongol army, led by Temujin, invaded the tribes of East and Central Asia, and with its brutality and strength, it managed to defeat the tribes of that region to fall under its control.
Temujin was distinguished by an exceptional military mindset, as he skillfully read his enemy and devised new strategies to move armies, and the soldiers of his army were distinguished by their high fighting spirit and their advanced weapons that fit the nature of the battles.
Temujin devised effective methods to keep his armies fully prepared at all times in terms of supplies and supplies.
Due to his successive victories and defeat of the rival Mongolian tribes, all the tribal leaders offered loyalty and obedience to Temujin and called him "Genghis Khan" which means "world ruler". Not only did this title have military and political connotations, but it also had spiritual connotations as Genghis Khan was considered a successor to God on Earth.
During the expansion of the Mongolian Empire, the need became urgent to obtain new sources of food resources and various needs, prompting Genghis Khan to invade the Chia Kingdom, which included the Tangs and Tibetans. Those countries.
Not only did Genghis Khan expand north and east, but he expanded westward towards Islamic countries, so he sent diplomatic missions offering to those countries to enter his armies safely and subject those countries to his control.
Genghis Khan sent his armies to wipe out the Khwarezmian state when they killed his ambassador and turned his head back
For him, this behavior angered him, so he ordered those armies to pursue the Khwarazmians, and they killed everything alive relentlessly, even the animals were not spared from this brutality.
In light of this, the Khwarezmian state collapsed before the Mongol armies city after city until Genghis Khan completely subjugated it.
The Mongol Empire, led by Genghis Khan, continued to expand until it took control of Central Asia
In 1227, the Mongol emperor Genghis Khan died and was buried in an unknown location, but some believe that he was buried near his birthplace in the mountains of northern Mongolia near the Onon River. It has been said that Genghis Khan's men during his funeral would kill anyone they encountered on their way so that his burial place would remain unknown.
- Pol Pot :
Pol Pot was born on May 19, 1928), nicknamed by several names, the first being Pol Pot and Brother No. 1. Pol Pot led the Communist movement, which was famous for the Khmer Red.
From 1963 to 1981, he served as General Secretary of the Communist Party of Kampuchea.
From 1976 to 1979, he also served as Prime Minister of Democratic Cambodia. Pol Pot became the leader of Cambodia on April 17, 1975,
During his time in power imposed by agrarian socialism, urban residents were forced to relocate to the countryside to work on collective farms and labor enterprises.
He imposed on his people all kinds of injustice, oppression, torture, and killing represented by Execution, forced labor, malnutrition, poor medical care, and the death of nearly 25 percent of Cambodia's population. In all, an estimated 3,000,000 people (of a population of just over 8 million) died due to the policies of his three-year premiership.
In 1979, after the Cambodian - Vietnamese War, Pol Pot fled into the jungles of southwest Cambodia, and the Khmer Rouge government collapsed.
From 1979-1997, he and the remnants of the ancient Khmer Rouge operated near the borders with Cambodia and Thailand, where they clung to power, with the nominal UN recognition of the government's legitimate name from Cambodia.
Pol Pot's death on April 15, 1998, was under conditions of heavily forced residency by a Khmer Rouge leader. Since his death, rumors have continued speculating that he had been poisoned.
- Vlad the Impaler :
"Vlad the Third", the Prince of Lakia, is also known as "Vlad the Impaled", and the reason for this name
It is his method of executing the death sentence against his enemies, and it is the impalement method,
His rule between 1456 and 1462 was the period in which the Ottoman conquest began in the region
In the Balkans, this king was known for his absolute cruelty to the children
With their mothers and he asks them to eat the meat of their children, and after that, he comes to eat them, and he roasts them and asks for
Of their husbands ate it and in the end, he executed them all with a stake, and it was
The total of its victims reaches 20,000 men, women, and children.
- Ivan The Terrible :
Ivan IV, also known as Ivan the Terrible, was
The first ruler of Russia and the first to be called the Tsar of Russia in 1547 AD
Many historical sources described him as intelligent and pious, due to an outbreak of a disease
The mentality in Russia at the time he enjoyed burning 1000 people in frying pans and was fond of
He also killed his flock with a stake and issued orders to the soldiers to build large walls
About the city to prevent people from fleeing from it and some historical sources confirmed
That the soldiers collected between 500 and a thousand people every day and tortured and killed them
In front of him he and his son, this brutal tsar had died of a stroke while he was playing.
- Adolf Eichmann :
Adolf Eichmann was born on March 19, 1906, in Solingen, a small industrial city
In the Rhine region, he was a high-ranking official in the German Third Army during World War II and an officer in the Special Forces. He assumed several responsibilities until he reached the position of head of the secret police and he was one of the organizers of the Holocaust, and he was executed by a state
Israel in 1962 for his major role in the Nazi extermination of the Jews during the second war world.
- Leopold :
Leopold was born on May 5, 1747, and Leopold II was King of Belgium, and his most notable achievement was the brutal exploitation of Citizens of the Congo Free State.
where he was born in Brussels, succeeded his father to the throne on December 17th1865 and remained king until his death, he occupied the country of the Congo and began to deplete Her fortunes.
Rubber and ivory were extracted from them, and 3 million Congolese were killed as a result. He died on March 1, 1792.
- Adolf Hitler :
Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, and is considered the most famous political and military figure during the twentieth century. He was born in Austria and grew up in Germany and was the leader of the German Workers Party.
He was chancellor of Germany between 1933 and 1945 and was a dictator of
Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945, Hitler was known for his policies
Racism and land conquest are what caused death and destruction for tens of millions of people, including That genocide of six million Jews for what is now known as the Holocaust, and yet no Something is known about Hitler, Either he committed suicide or was killed, but most sources say that he committed suicide By his pistol on April 30, 1945.
- Joseph Stalin :
Joseph Stalin, Prime Minister of the Soviet Union, was born on May 6, 1941
He is one of the founders of the Bolshevik Revolution in
1917. Stalin is considered one of the rulers who practiced the persecution of his people more than any other character in history.
In 1930, on his orders, millions of people were killed in the most horrific ways
And the number of "Stalin" victims was 20 million
He died on March 05, 1953.
And at the end of the conversation, we say that :
The end of every unjust ruler is tragic, and history does not remind him at all except for his bad deeds towards his people or other peoples.