The World’s Biggest Evil Killers
At the height of its tyranny, it cut off the supply of food to its own people in order to maximize profits, and a famine-like situation killed 1.7 million to 2.5 million Chinese.
The Chinese people rose up against its oppression, but the Japanese military tyrants sided with the former Chinese rulers. Japan, along with the Chinese dictatorship, also took action against the Chinese people, destroying China’s social fabric.
Millions were killed in this terrible war. The victims were forced to flee. Numerous Chinese died of various diseases without seeing the sun of freedom, while China faced the worst famine separately.
The tragedy was that the ruling Nationalist Party did not hesitate to oppress the citizens. Initially, helpless people continued to be victims of state repression. The tyrant and usurper rulers suffered little loss, but after retreating in World War II, the Chinese people fought a fierce battle against the dictatorial regime with the weapons left by the Russian and Japanese troops.
In just five years, government elements were confined to Taiwan in Southeast Asia. Other areas were occupied by the people. It is said that between 6 million and 1.85 million people died due to war, famine, diseases and other causes. Thus, Chiang Kai-shek’s name is prominent in the list of tyrants.
The Mongol nation is considered a warrior in Central Asia. They intended to occupy different parts of Europe and Asia. These cavalry warriors left Central Asia in the 13th century and began to establish their empire in Euro-Asia.
Its territories included China, Russia, Burma, all of Central Asia, India, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland. Thousands of Mongol cavalry conquered almost half the world. Failing to take this step in Islamic countries and present day Pakistan, Europe was also largely safe from their domination.
Civilization and humanity were not part of the Mongol nature. Horror and barbarism pervaded his entire life. Rather, it was part of their mood. From 1211 to 1337, he dyed the hands of 13.7 million citizens.
According to the famous researcher Ian Fraser, the developed cities and lush fields that came in the way of the Mongols were destroyed as if they had been destroyed by the collision of a star.
Evidence of the Mongols’ horror is the city of Nishapur in Persia, which presents a scene of destruction and ruin. Passing through this city, in 1221, the Mongols stained their hands with the blood of 1.7 million people, almost all the civilians were killed.
The massacre continued for seven days during the occupation of Baghdad, the capital of the Abbasi Caliph, in which 200,000 to 100,000 civilians were killed. Historians are unable to accurately estimate the deaths of Genghis Khan and Hulagu Khan. Some statistics are exaggerated, but some may be less.
Not only did the Mongols never refute these figures, but they themselves stated similar figures. According to an estimate and Genghis Khan’s report, Hulagu and Genghis Khan dyed their hands with the blood of 400,000 people. According to the research of historians, according to the 120-year history of the Mongols, 12 million civilians were killed.
World War l killed 7 million civilians and 9 million soldiers. Ammunition was not developed. Manpower was plentiful and people were being targeted directly, bringing the death toll to 16 million.
During the Industrial Revolution, machine guns, cannons and tanks replaced ordinary weapons. It was mostly used for defensive purposes.
That’s why only 2.50 million French died in the First Battle of Marley. It is believed that so many Germans were killed. Another bloody battle was the Battle of Warden. An estimated 7.25 million people died in the 300-day war.
The death toll in the Battle of Soman is estimated at between 700,000 and 1.1 million. More damage was done on the eastern front. 300,000 Germans and 2.4 million Russians lost their lives.
The majority of deaths were caused by battlefield effects. Although the war was fought on French soil, only 40,000 French citizens were killed.
World War II lasted 6 years. The war, which lasted from 1939 to 1945, killed 2.1 million to 2.5 million soldiers, with the rest of the civilian casualties.
Unlike World War I, World War II was truly a world war in which the whole world participated. The war killed 27 million Russian soldiers and civilians.
2.5 million Japanese were killed, while
10,000 soldiers and 4.25 million Japanese were killed.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.