Hitler’s Destructive Legacy: Lessons in Leadership

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Yongyut Khamkhong
Natamon Nanposri


Adolf Hitler was the prime culprit for causing the death of around 85 million people during World War II. Many questions were still left for nowadays debates of his peculiar leadership and how he climbed up to the highest position in Germany through the general elections where democracy was very strong. This report analyzed Hitler’s leadership styles that made him win millions of votes and how some major factors helped Hitler take the opportunity for his Nazi regime’s rise to power. The destruction trails Hitler left behind were reported. While the world is currently experiencing sporadic wars in some countries around the globe, it is probably wiser to look back in history where Hitler was unfortunately created so we can make the right choice for our leaders today.

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Khamkhong, Y., & Nanposri, N. (2024). Hitler’s Destructive Legacy: Lessons in Leadership. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(2), 924–936. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jmhs1_s/article/view/269263
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