People who don’t have the right to speak and can’t form their own opinions.
These are the people who are responsible for mass killings, genocides, and countless other inhumane practices. These criminals have caused unimaginable pain and suffering to billions of people. They are the people that are evil.
If you’re like me, you’ve already got a good idea of who they are. But the people on this list are the ones who really make the world spin.
We will list the ten most evil people, people that had their own plans, their own motives.
The 10 Most Evil People in History
The list of the most evil people of all time is composed of the most prominent mass murderers that committed one of the deadliest atrocities in human history.
10. Saddam Hussein
Saddam Hussein was born in Tikrit, Iraq in 1937. He joined the Ba’ath Party in 1959 and became a member of the Revolutionary Command Council in 1963 and was Deputy Chairman from 1963 until March 1968. He became President on February 4, 1979, following the death of Saddam Hussein’s father, Saddam Hussein. He was the 5th President of Iraq.
9. Kim Jong-il
The leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Kim Jong-il, was the main leader from 1994 to 2011. In North Korea, he was the heir apparent for the leadership of the country. Kim also had a considerable influence as the former secretary of the party and the military. He also held the positions of Minister for the People’s Armed Forces until his death.
8. Heinrich Himmler
He eventually became one of Hitler’s top officials and one of the most powerful people in Nazi Germany. He was a member of the SS (also known as the Schutzstaffel, or protection squadron) and he was involved in the development of the Holocaust, especially the mass murder of Polish people. In 1934, Himmler became head of the SS.
7. Genghis Khan
The most famous ruler from the Mongol Empire. He made it the largest and the greatest empire in the world. He was very friendly and helped people. He lowered taxation and tax for his people. He had a very great sense of respect. He made the people happy.
6. Pol Pot
Pol Pot was a Cambodian revolutionary who took power in Cambodia in 1975. Before taking power he was a leader in the Cambodian communist party. The Pol Pot regime was brutal. An estimated 1.7 million people died during the regime from 1975 to 1979. After Pol Pot was killed in 1998, his regime was declared an official part of Vietnamese history.
5. Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong was a Chinese communist revolutionary, and a founding father of the People’s Republic of China. He led the communist campaign in the Chinese Civil War, and the Communist Party of China (CPC). The Marxist-Leninist theories, military strategies, and political policies that he developed are known as Maoism or Marxism-Leninism-Maoism.
4. Osama Bin Laden
Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on June 15, 1945, to Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden, a trader in oil and natural gas, and his wife, Sultana.
These attacks were made on the day of 9/11. It is thought that this date was chosen because it was the end of a cycle in the Hebrew calendar, the last day of the month of Adar.
3. Vlad Tepes
Vlad III was a ruler of Romania in the 16th century and he was known as Vlad the Impaler. He was a brutal and cruel ruler who was known for his terror in the Romanian countryside.
2. Joseph Stalin
Stalin was a Georgian dictator and the leader of the Soviet Union from the 1920s until his death in 1953. His regime was responsible for the death of millions of people during the Great Purges. Stalin is remembered as a powerful and charismatic figure.
Stalin was criticized for being responsible for the starvation of the Ukrainian people, the genocide of the Crimean Tatars and many others, the repression and executions of hundreds of thousands of people, and the famines which killed millions.
I don’t believe any of this.
1. Adolf Hitler
After Germany invaded Poland during World War II, the Polish resistance under the leadership of General Władysław Sikorski created the Polish Underground State of General Władysław Anders and General Żelik. The Polish resistance was able to liberate most Polish lands and on August 2, 1944, General Anders’ forces were able to liberate Mielec and on August 13, 1944, the Polish forces liberated Kraków. During this time, Adolf Hitler was meeting with German generals regarding the invasion of the Soviet Union.
These 10 people were the ones that made history for being the most evil in the history of humankind.