Adolf Hitler, Germany
Benito Mussolini, Italy
Josef Stalin, USSR
Vladimir Lenin, USSR
Neville Chamberlain, UK
Edouard Deladier, France
Charles DeGaulle, France
Chamberlain for sure. If Britain had shown some backbone to Germany - I am convinced the Holocaust would have either never happened or it would have been a much smaller number of dead people.
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Mussolini has to be it. He led his country into multiple loosing wars. He led his country into utter ruin, he was hanged but at least the trains ran on time. i think that sums up his qualifications.
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Didn't more people die as a result of Stalin's policies then the amount of people that died in the Holocaust, and WWII? Given that many of the people who died in WWII were because of Stalin's policies...
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Mussolini. His level of incompetence was unmatched among other European leaders at the time. Sure Chamberlain made mistakes, but that is only with the benefit of hindsight. Mussolini was simply a showboating moron who managed to screw up pretty much everything he did.
From a pure leadership perspective (regardless of policy or philosophy) it was Chamberlain.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
Neville Chamberlain, because he actually trusted Hitler.
Hitler was actually a good leader and a warped human being, just a crappy general.
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