The Dictators▼ Rulebook▼ 獨裁者手冊 National Geographic explores the lives of some of the most powerful dictators in modern history. 國家地理探索現代歷史中一些最強勢獨裁者的一生。
Throughout history and into the modern era, nations around the world have given rise to powerful figures. These dictators often use violence, torture▼, and threats to take control of their people. Once they are in the top position, they rule with an iron fist to make sure that they stay in power. National Geographic explores how six of the 20th century’s most infamous▼ leaders, from Saddam Hussein to Idi Amin, took control of their countries in The Dictators Rulebook. With human rights problems, work camps, poverty▼, and nuclear▼ weapons, North Korea seems to always be in the news these days. The first episode▼ of this six-part series takes a look at how North Korea’s first dictator, Kim Il Sung, took control of the North. It also examines the ways in which he got his people to believe he was almost a god. Due to his efforts, North Korea is still one of the most tightly controlled countries in the world today. Rulers who treat their people poorly all fall in the end. Tune in to The Dictators Rulebook on National Geographic to learn what finally brought an end to their violence and terror▼.