Kissinger's involvement in Indochina started prior to his appointment as National Security Adviser to Nixon. While still at Harvard, he had worked as a consultant on foreign policy to both the White House and State Department.
May 8, 8: Greater even than Bismarck, even in spite of a few pecadillos. May 8, 9: As we know, his MO was to round up the Jews and then ghettoize them, and later kill them. In Poland, the first thing he did was massacre all intellectuals, and treat all Poles with appalling barbarity.
About antisemitism, it was very strong then. Many wouldnt then do much to protect them, and even secretly agree with brutal treatment His action in Poland where a consequence of the will to destruct it as country.
Much of the horrors, and this intentions to future horrors were then not well known.
Had he kept his power not so many crimes would have come to light, and the rest rationalized. This rationalization is abhorrent to us today, but to many then, no. Something similar could be say about Mao.
May 8, 3: Could it have been done without the cultural revolution? May 8, 4: What drives their actions is much more important than the single items.
As for Hitler, his determination to kill as many Jews as possible — at home and abroad — would be one of the driving motivations, if not the motivation per se. There was no good beginning and a bad ending. It was basically an identical agenda, from the beginning to the end. Hitler was much worse than an antisemite.
I get your point, and only disagree with your timing. Up until the very end there was a fierce loyalty to Hitler, and on the day he escaped assassination in there were spontaneous rallies and parades throughout the country.
May 8, These were not wars and famines caused by outside forces, but by his own aggression, paranoia, and disregard for the welfare of his people. He envisioned keeping the country in a state of permanent revolution, with a brain-washed people being the tools with which his smashed anyone who even seemed close to threatening his rule.Already that year two major Chinese leaders, premier Zhou Enlai and senior marshal Zhu De, had died.
And just two months later, on September 9, Mao Zedong died. Rana Mitter wrote in the Taipei Times, “The earthquake hit Tangshan with the force of Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs, and its effect was felt as far afield as Beijing.
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