The Biggest Villain in the History

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Someone’s evil could be easily identified by his/her malevolent intentions and acts of cruelty toward others people. Villains, well known as dictators, usually tend to have all these characteristics. Through the history there are many examples of dictators as the government of Adolf Hitler, who totally wanted to eliminate all people who did not meet the physical qualities that he had resigned. Especially he wanted to remove Jews people from German Civil Society. Hitler expressed evil through his deeds and hatred towards other races. Some have tried to justify his way of thinking and even some of the things he did. However, Hitler’s malevolent acts went beyond any other cruelty that ever existed on earth. From all the bad things he committed there are three acts that classified him as a villain. Among them are human torture practices, about 17 million murders and the holocaust itself. The holocaust, also known as the shoah (Hebrew: “catastrophe”), was one of the biggest genocide that hitter carried out. During the holocaust, he killed millions of people who were kept inside concentration camps under inhuman conditions. These people were completely mistreated, malnourished and murdered. They barely ate food, and were forced to do heavy work for a long period of time. They also slept like pigs, all smashed in bedrooms with none signs of hygiene. Due to these critical living conditions, the people inside of the camps were all sick and unhealthy. Their bodies looked like if they were consumed by something else other than hunger. Hitler even enacted a law in which cruelty was literally allowed in Nazi German territory. This law permitted Hitler to use the people captive in the camp as slave labor until they die of exhaustion or diseases. Therefore, whenever someone refused to do so, he/she was tortured and even burnt alive. Not only did Hitler do all this on purpose, but he also cynically enjoyed the suffering of these innocent humans, for which, he was considered...
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