Top Ten German Leaders of World War II
"There is no human law or law of God or national law that states that any healthy being has to permit the snake to eat the mouse - but on the other hand, it is perfectly justified to defend the mouse." - Kaltenbrunner
"When I saw the newspaper headline "Gas Chamber Expert Captured" and an American lieutenant explained it to me, I was pale in amazement. How can they say such things about me? I told you I was only in charge of the Intelligence Service from 1943 on. The British even admitted that they tried to assassinate me because of that, not because of having anything to do with atrocities, you can be sure of that." - Kaltenbrunner
"The quicker humanity advances, the more important it is to be the one who deals the first blow." - Kaltenbrunner
"Oppression is the essence of power." - Kaltenbrunner
Hitler was is an insane maniac. Invade Poland and claim its land because your country is to small. Man I'm glad he commited suicide. When the leader of a military dies the military gets weaker and surrenders, and that's exactly what happened. If they did not surrender the axis could of won the war and had could have had control of Poland and a few other countrys.
This man is selfish. only cares about his country and dose not care if he invaded countrys or/and killed many Jews or if he started ww2
Hitler told them all what to do and they listened
Hitler saved Germany from debt.
This guy was a madman. He was the most feared German leader by a couple television shows.
Love dem glasses
Heh Fatso Goring always makes me chuckle when I see a "now" and "then" of him from 1923 to 1945.
He was a crazy sicko, but a damn smart one. He got millions to join the Nazi Party and in my opinion one of the prime examples of a smart yet tyrannical leader.
This guy was unparalleled with his loyalty to Hitler. when everything else failed for Germany, he kept the German spirit and fought in Berlin's last stand.
Amazing commando leader. Hanglided to the top of a hotel in the mountains to rescue Mussolini.
He was a great leader not only for the respect he commanded, but for the respect he showed to his men and opponents. Also a brilliant tactician even going to the extent that the enemy soldiers praised his prowess in battle
This guy was amazing! He is still respected today and countries are still using his tactics!
How is he not in the top 3?