8. Vladimir Lenin, Soviet
Vladimir Lenin was born in 1870 in Simbirsk into a well-educated and upper middle-class family. After returning from exile, He led the Bolshevik revolution and established the Soviet government under Bolsheviks.
Using the Karl Marx ideas in a practical way, he championed for a campaign known as ‘Red Terror’ against his opposition called ‘White Terror’ and as a result thousands of people were murdered while thousands of other people were sent parking to concentrated camps known as “enemies of the revolution”. In fact, during his reign millions of people lost their lives and this is why this man is well documented in the books of history as one of the fierce dictator in the world. He died in 1924.