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He killed like lots of people
He wanted to exterminate an entire race of people and religion on the grounds of being different.
While his intentions were, in his own mind, beneficial to the whole of humanity, in reality his methods were beyond unethical. It's more likely that he had some kind of mental issue or a distorted sense of reality than that he was a genuinely awful person.
In Mein Kampf he already showed to be an individual with incredibly skewed and fucked up ideologies.
“History is always written by the winners. When two cultures clash, the loser is obliterated, and the winner writes the history books-books which glorify their own cause and disparage the conquered foe. As Napoleon once said, 'What is history, but a fable agreed upon?”
Compared to the average citizen, he was extremely evil.
Hitler already planned the extermination of the jewish european population in Mein Kampf before being a leader.
Hitler gave life to a downtrodden Germany, revitalizing the economy, which was comparable to Zimbabwe. He also ensured that atrocities weren't committed after his Holocaust. Hitler ensured that the world was united against him, giving Europe a common enemy. And above all, he killed Hitler.
Germany was decimated by The Weimar Republic hyperinflation, cultural degeneracy promoted by outsiders (child prostitution was rampant and open), Germany had legitimate beef with the Jews who betrayed and cost them the war in WWI while benefiting disproportionately from their crushing defeat.
Good and bad are social constructs. We can't objectively define Hitler as bad.
Hitler would have not been that bad if he was doing the best thing for his country. But at the time, about 522,000 Jewish citizens lived in Germany. This means that Hitler was killing his citizens, and therefore not doing the best for his country.
Bad at what? I heard he was pretty terrible at table tennis. And he probably would've been pretty poor at Risk.
He positively contributed to society in many ways including cancer research and anti tobacco campaigns.
He was simply doing what he thought was good for his country.
Like someone going to war for their country, It's killing people but it's for the greater good.