They can be about anything. I’m interested.
They both slaughtered lots of people (Ghenghis Khan might be even more)
They both caused great destructions to the world
They were both bloody tyrannies
Different time can have different moral standards
they were arrested and put in prison camps and were taken to farms and such working in the day most didn't want to escape and were found not to be these horrible Nazis many stayed after the war and worked in coal mines and became upstanding British citizens acquiring British Nationality there are German...
Hmm, I recall a man who used to go around saying "Germania delenda est." Actually he said "Germany must be destroyed," but I immediately translated it into Latin and assumed it was a paraphrase of Cato the Elder's slogan, "Carthago delenda est." I haven't seen him in years. ...
Since you start your question with a falsehood the rest of it is just rambling nonsense.
You know with two wars going on, how did he do it. The holocaust must of costed a lot of money.
the slave owner and his family acted as the slave's surrogate family. he provided his slaves an occupation and career, a sense of purpose, job security, free medical care, and a place to live when he got old. most slaves would have lived cruel, homeless existences and short lives without their master to care...
Were the greatest.
King Frederick the Great of Prussia. He made Prussia into a military state. Whether for good or bad, militarism dominated the German psyche as Prussia dominated the other German duchies and kingdoms.
Martin Luther. The Protestant Reformation broke the power of the Holy Roman Emperor...