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Julius Caesar VS Adolf Hitler
Transcript of Julius Caesar VS Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler Julius Caesar
-Fuhrer of Nazi-Germany from 1934-1945
Leading with Adversity
-Suffered from chronic flatulence and hypochondria, both leading to drug addiction
-During his reign took over 28 different and experimental drugs
-Hypochondria is a neurological disorder characterized by abnormal anxiety about one's health
Who were they?
-Created the Third Reich in Germany
-Committed many war crimes during his reign
-Master of propaganda and effective leader
-Suffered from many ailments
-Dictator of Roman Empire
-Played critical role in creation of Roman Empire
-Never lost a war while in command
-Successful statesmen and leader
-Created laws for the good of his people
-Suffered from Epilepsy
-Suffered from Epilepsy
-Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by the tendency to have recurrent seizures.
-An epileptic seizure is an abnormal burst of electrical activity in the brain
-During the time of his dictatorship he became drug addicted and paranoid
-Drug addiction became interference with rule and he began to break down mentally and physically
-Drug addiction did not kill him
-Had an extreme affect on his mental/physical state during his reign
-Below is documentary called "Hitler: The Junkie"
-Maintained effective rule of Roman Empire until the day of his assassination
-Epilepsy did not have affect on his rule until the last years of his life
-Suffered epileptic seizures in the last 2 years of his life
-Epilepsy did not kill him
-Persevered through the disease through the last years of his life
-Little affect on his rule
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-Jones, Jeffrey M., Dr. "'The Falling Sickness' in Literature." Southern Medical Journal. Medscape, n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2014.