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World FDR, Churchill, De Gaulle and others have the same place in world History was it not for Hitler?

World FDR, Churchill, De Gaulle and others have the same place in world History was it not for Hitler? Topic: Unsuccessful business plan
June 24, 2019 / By Jaquelyn
Question: *please don't misinterpret my question. Read, think, before you write. People get really jumpy when they hear "Hitler" and I just want to know what people think.* Lets say that Hitler had decided not to pursue his plan of expansion into Poland and tried to avoid war, so there was no WW2. Also say that he hadn't pursued his persecution of those he deemed inferior. Would others like FDR, De Gaulle, especially Churchill, still have such a high spot in world history? Churchill is now considered one of the greatest, if not the greatest politician of the 20th century. Across the world things are named after him, schools are named after him, etc. But would it still be the same hadn't it been for Hitler and WW2. I think that on the other hand, had it not been for those things, Hitler's legacy would have been completely different, maybe he would be admired today by those who hate his guts. What do you think? woops Question is: "Would FDR, Churchill, De Gaulle, and others have the same place in world history had it not been for Hitler"
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Eugenia Eugenia | 10 days ago
Other than FDR probably not. Winnie was effectively a failed soldier in WWI...his major claim to fame came as a result to his leadership during WWII. After the war he was not returned as a Prime Minister, losing to Clement Atlee in 1945. As to De Gaulle; he did lead a short-lived effort with an armored division. He escaped to England and led the Free French as a leader in exile. No Hitler, no war...no exiled leader. FDR had a tough row to hoe - he came into office in 1932; about ground zero for the Depression. He tried anything and everything to get the country back on it's feet - many of his efforts were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Liberals were impressed by his policies but conservatives hated him. He was unsuccessful in bringing down the unemployment rate throughout the 1930's and grew the federal government, imposed regulations on business, followed a no-growth economic policy, and catered to labor unions. He once admitted that he would try anything to get the American economy and her citizens back on their feet.
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Eugenia Originally Answered: Why was Adolf Hitler a big influence in world history?
Treaty of Versailles or world war 2 was the work of International Bankers. They took all the measures necessary to ensure the next WW2. The British Prime Minister, Lloyd George, wrote: 'The international bankers swept statesmen, politicians, journalists and jurists all to one side and issued their orders with the imperiousness of absolute monarchs.' Under the Dictate of international Zionists/Bankers Poland was given a "corridor" to the Baltic Sea, along with large areas of West Prussia that were populated by Germans. This "corridor" completely separated East Prussia from the Reich, making trade and communication difficult or impossible. During Allied discussions on the peace treaty, Lloyd George, the English Prime Minister during the First World War, tapped this spot on the map and echoed the words of his secretary "This is where the next world war will begin!" unknown to Hitler, this is how International Bankers had planned world war 2 to begin twenty years earlier in 1919. Hitler’s much touted attack on Poland on September 1st 1939 was merely to protect 95% Germans of Danzig who were being persecuted by Poland, 58,000 ethnic Germans in Danzig had already been killed. Poland refused to allow plebiscite to allow people of Danzig to choose their destiny. Danzig had been cut off Germany under the 1919 Treaty of Versailles . Had England and France not attacked Germany (which they did on 3rd September, 1939) there would have been no WW2. It was because of England the aggressor that over 80 million died. He did not want war with Britain and France. He was very surprised when they both declared war on him due to German corridor. http://saveyourheritage.com/bloody_sunday.htm Before Hitler, England France had attacked and enslaved more than 100 countries in Africa, Asia, America including Canada, and Australia, NZ etc. E & F were like a big bully of your school snatching away candy of small children the 3rd world countries. America got independence because of in fighting between E & F. Then along came Hitler who single handedly made German a superpower in a matter of few years. England and France also attacked Hitler, but this time they took on more than they could chew. From a zero in 1920, Hitler took Germany to such heights that it took the might of all powers America, Britain, China, Russia, France etc to defeat Germany But thanks to Hitler, the 100 nations/small children which were enslaved by the Big Bullies like E & F got their freedom from Britain and France. Jews had no living space. Hitler also stated this fact in his biography that Jews have no place of their own so he (Hitler) proceeded to give them Israel. NO Hitler No Israel. Has any other person does so much for freedom of the 100s of the billions of the humans of world ?? we don't know what Jesus has done for millions of humans of his times, but we all know that Hitler gave freedom to billions of his times.

Clementine Clementine
Counterfactual history rarely has any "correct" answers. Hitler's regime was based on Lebensraum and racial purity – without achieving or attempting to achieve either he would have been viewed as an abject failure. Churchill already had his places in history books, the Boer War escape, the Gallipoli Campaign and as a vocal politician. Whether or not he would become Prime Minister twice is impossible to answer.
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Bekki Bekki
Anyone who knows history has ZERO respect for FDR ... He was directly responsible for a massive increase in the debt, mass political corruption, the failed social security program and a prolonged depression. Churchill on the other hand, was a leader that is rightly due respect and honor.
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Adolpha Adolpha
No probably not. There might not have been war if not for Hitler. Even the Japanese might not have attacked if not for Hitler.
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Adolpha Originally Answered: Why was Churchill a better leader than Hitler?
Churchill was a student of history and understood the Germans better that most, after visiting with the Kaiser in 1909 Chuchill immediately recognized the Germans strengths and weaknesses. To quote Chuchill in reference to the Germans, "they are either at your throats or at your feet" meaning to deal with the Germans would take nothing less than a full mobilization of Allied Forces and to utterly crush the Germans into submission which is exactly what the Allies did. Hitler very much wished to avoid a two front war, Churchill knew this and led Hitler to believe that the main assault would come from Southern Europe. He also let Hitler bleed out his troops and munitions on the Eastern Front until they ran out of men and weaponry. By 1944, when D-Day commenced the Gremans knew it was a matter of time before the war would come to an end which it did a year later.

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