World's Most Top Ruthless Leaders


World's Most Top Ruthless Leaders

There have been many infamous and ruthless leaders in the history of the world whose stories of atrocities, if read, make one's hair stand on end. The effects of the tyranny and barbarism of these infamous leaders can be felt in today's world as well. We are going to give you information about some of the most notorious leaders in history who are responsible for killing millions of people.

11. Queen Ranaavalona I of Madagascar

She was the first queen of Madagascar. Between 1828 and 1868 she killed more than 2.5 million people. today the world knows her as a demonic queen. She used to force people to work. Refusal was punishable by death. Madagascar's population was 5 million in 1833, which was reduced to 2.5 million in 1839 due to the Queen's brutality.

10. Nero - Roman Emperor

He was a Roman emperor who ruled for only 14 years - but even in this short reign he was responsible for the rape of women, the murder of countless families and the burning of cities.

9. Attila, The Hun

He was a very ruthless and murderous leader and his own people were also afraid of his blood thirst - he was one of the most cruel leaders in history. He is also blamed for the deaths of millions.

8. Ivan - The Terrible

This was the first ruler of Russia. It launched the longest war of 24 years against Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. He is said to have gathered 500 to 1,000 peasants daily, tortured them and killed many - during which time the ruler and his son enjoyed the violent scene. He was truly a terrible leader.

7. Leopold II

He was King of Belgium from 1865 to 1909. The greatest reason for his fame was the creation of the independent state of Congo where forced labor, slavery and rape were rampant. He killed an estimated 3 to 15 million Congolese.

6. Hulagu Khan

He was grandson of Changaiz Khan and was a Mongol leader. He had eliminated Baghdad. More than a million people were killed during the week-long devastation of the city.

5. Harry Truman

He was the 33rd president of the United States and the first to order the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In just a few seconds, 200,000 people were killed. The effects of the atomic bomb can still be felt in these areas today.

4. Kim II Sung

The North Korean leader is said to have killed more than 1.6 million people who were his own countrymen. He spread stories of oppression and barbarism throughout the country.

3. Hideki Tojo

In fact it was a general of the Japanese army. The man was not happy with his country's running system at the time, so the general decided to take over the PM's seat and other responsibilities and positions. In all, however, the general was responsible for killing more than 5 million people.

2. Hitler

Hitler was Germany's most popular leader. This figure in human history was democratically elected and rose to the status of a dictator. This was the most important role of World War II. Its war frenzy and arrogance led to the deaths of millions. A total of about 6 to 80 million people were killed in this war. Hitler is considered one of the worst figures in human history. Even today, just as Yazid's name is considered a curse by Muslims, Hitler's name is recognized as a curse by Western nations. After the fall of Hitler in 1945, hardly any mother named her child Hitler.

1. Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stalin became head of the Soviet Union after the death of Vladimir Lenin in 1924. In the late 1930s, Stalin launched the "Great Purge", also known as the "Great Terror", a campaign to rid the communist party of those who were corrupt. Terrorism or treason or against it; Stalin extended the campaign to the military and other spheres of Soviet society. Victims of the campaign were usually killed or imprisoned in forced labor camps (gulag) or deported. Millions of people were brutally murdered during this period. In 1939, the Stalin-led Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany, after which Russia made aggressive advances in Poland, Finland, the Baltic states, Beserbia, and northern Boko Haram. After the occupation of Poland, the Russian army shot and killed 10,000 Polish military officers in a deserted forest in a single night on the orders of Stalin.

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