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Posted 11/10/07
Concentration camp / Auzwitz.......... This alone makes all the crimes he commited unforgivable. People read the book "Night" by Ellie Wiesel, believe me it is a good one.
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Posted 11/10/07
at the end hittler was insane he even sent out his best troppers to look for the lance that stabbed jesus on the side cos there was a legend that said that whoever possed the lance would rule the world the dude was tottaly off his nutt plus he was a ocultits he was really insane in every sense of the word.
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Posted 11/10/07
my nonna was there when hitler was in control, she said he made it really safe and saved them from the after effects of ww1, but hitler was crazy he hated jews (possibily was part jewish) liked people with blond hair blue eyes, and thought that god told him 2 do all of it
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Um, from what I have seen from documenteries.

When the war started, Hitler had his focus kept on killing Jews and invading Europe. Germany was rather strong, they had produced war machines such as war ships and that balloon bomber thing. Had the US not interferred, the world would have been very different now. As for Russia, they realized the threat Germany could turn out to be, being a neighbouring country to Europe, they would likely be the next to be invaded if Europe had fell, thus they headed on to war with Germany.

As for Japan, they were pretty stupid to cause Pearl Harbour so much harm. After they alerted the US, a certain Colonel had planned out some bombing mission which became a huge success as they managed to destroy facilities and fuel storage buildings.

We should pretty much be grateful that Hitler did not take over the world. He was a clever man who brought a country that had lost EVERYTHING after WWI and turned all avaliable resources to build powerful machines. WWII also gave birth to new and modernised machines, most war ships and fighter planes were ahead of their time when they were produced in WWII.

Hope this information helps!!
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sevendarkdays wrote:

Hitler was a good leader. He did a lot of good things for germany before the war.
But when the war started he got f* in the head.
I think Hitler lost the war cause the japanes ppl bombed USA... good going Japan...
You can't blame Japan, it was Hitler's fault. It was Hitler that decided to declare war on America when he didn't need to.
If Hitler had let his generals be, Germany could had rule the world by now.


Had the US not interferred, the world would have been very different now. As for Russia, they realized the threat Germany could turn out to be, being a neighbouring country to Europe, they would likely be the next to be invaded if Europe had fell, thus they headed on to war with Germany.
Germany invaded USSR.

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Posted 11/10/07
Without doubt he was a masterly politician but he made the mistake after the Wehrmacht's initial succeses against Poland and France, of assuming he was a great general too - which he wasn't.

As to his sanity - he was certainly not normal -probably damaged by his childhood just as Josef Stalin was. He was not mad in the clinical sense -just bad!
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Posted 11/10/07
Well I guess I put in my two pennies. I think Hitler was a damn smart man. That is of course not to say that smart men don't do really evil things. If fact the smarter you are the more evil you think you can get away with usually. I'm not one to judge (that's a lie yes I am if fact we all are), but I the he lost the was because..... He overextended himself and his troops. Lets be real if America had stayed out of the war and Hitler moved more slowly this might be a different world...
Posted 11/15/07

adreanious wrote:

Well I guess I put in my two pennies. I think Hitler was a damn smart man. That is of course not to say that smart men don't do really evil things. If fact the smarter you are the more evil you think you can get away with usually. I'm not one to judge (that's a lie yes I am if fact we all are), but I the he lost the was because..... He overextended himself and his troops. Lets be real if America had stayed out of the war and Hitler moved more slowly this might be a different world...



true...always thought about it like that myself
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Posted 11/15/07
I heard he was really serious person..and intelligent...he just chose a wrong way of his life.. look at him...he's so serious looking and..he looks sleepy


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Posted 11/15/07
I think Hitler would've been a great leader,
although he did mess up pretty bad with the genocide of the Jews.
But he was very charismatic, and he wouldn't have been such a popular leader
if he hadn't done anything for Germany.
I think if Hitler didn't start the Holocaust or WW2,
he'd have been a very good leader.

Hitler was really really into art,
and maybe, just maybe,
if that art school hadn't rejected him,
he wouldn't have became who he did become.

I thinkkkkkkkk I'm right about the art school... Not sure >.<
I love learning about the history of the Holocaust!
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Posted 11/15/07

adreanious wrote:

Well I guess I put in my two pennies. I think Hitler was a damn smart man. That is of course not to say that smart men don't do really evil things. If fact the smarter you are the more evil you think you can get away with usually. I'm not one to judge (that's a lie yes I am if fact we all are), but I the he lost the was because..... He overextended himself and his troops. Lets be real if America had stayed out of the war and Hitler moved more slowly this might be a different world...
So smart, he decided to attack England and Soviet Union when the Soviet Union was still in a pact with him. Obviously from our past experience, fighting head on from left and right at the same time is the smart move to do, amirite?

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Posted 11/15/07
his biggest mistake was trying to take russia and when the american and british and canadians fought back there resources were hurt from russia and they got owned and overwhelmed on D-day
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Xrn_the_Nigma wrote:

I may get flamed for this but I'll state it anyways......
Hitler was one of the greatest leaders ever in the history of the world.......No one can deny that fact and if you do then you are admitting your own ignorance........
Although he was out of his mind he turned Germany from a third-world into a major world power by the end of WWII.........


No, you're entirely correct, Hitler saw the Weimar Republic(forgot the real spelling) as a weak and puppet leadership, like the rest of Germany, Hitler was furious at the fact that Germany was forced to accept ALL blame on world war one. Since at this stage Germany was essentially bankrupt and incapable of standing up for themselves. In this aspect, Hitler's leadership provided prosperity and success to it's exhausted people.
In terms of leadership, he was a great politician. (I'm applauding his ability to lead ONLY)
But, on moral standards, he's inhumane.


ryu_asukai wrote:

his biggest mistake was trying to take russia and when the american and british and canadians fought back there resources were hurt from russia and they got owned and overwhelmed on D-day


If Hitler positioned Rommel's Panzers in Normandy, it was highly possible that D-Day would not have succeeded, however, Hitler didn't do as he was advised because he was convinced his generals were plotting against him XD
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Do back up your reason why Rommel would've turned the tide; resources please (work cites).
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Posted 11/15/07
Um...no what i'm saying is Hitler was convinced that D-Day was a decoy so he didn't pay so much attention to it-against the advise of his generals, and Rommel was forced to commit suicide. Even when D-Day commenced, Hitler was still convinced it was a diversion. As for resources, i researched it like 2 years ago, i'm not gonna remember every book, every site i've seen.
So, how about you do it yourself?
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