When TIME Magazine Named Hitler ‘Man Of The Year’ 1938

In January 2nd 1939, TIME magazine announced the “Man of the Year” 1938. This man was no other than the infamous leader of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler.

And even though this may seem very weird, TIME magazine explains that the “Man of the Year” title is not solely given to people with positive effects on the world. For example, in 2001, one of the main contestants was Osama Bin Laden (the title was given to New York’s the mayor Rudolph Giuliani).

 In 1938, Hitler was one of the dominant figures in Europe and, in that year, it started what later became the greatest threatening force the democratic world has ever faced.

If you like what you read, you will definitely love this one: This Was Adolf Hitler’s Job Before Becoming A Politician 

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