Template:Dictator bio

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Personal Life
Date & Place of Birth {{{birth}}}
Parents {{{parents}}}
Claimed religion {{{religion}}}
Education {{{education}}}
Spouse {{{spouse}}}
Children {{{children}}}
Date & Place of Death {{{death}}}
Manner of Death {{{deathmanner}}}
Place of Burial {{{burial}}}
Dictatorial Career
Country {{{country}}}
Military Service {{{military}}}
Highest rank attained {{{rank}}}
Political beliefs {{{polbeliefs}}}
Political party {{{party}}}
Date of Dictatorship {{{dictatordate}}}
Wars started {{{war}}}
Number of Deaths attributed {{{deathnumber}}}

This template is for articles on persons who have taken a position of political power considered to be dictatorial; this includes those persons who - whether legally-elected or not - have either:

  • Caused a creation of, or accepted from their legislatures, Enabling acts granting them exclusive power;
  • Nationalized private industries and other services on a large scale;
  • Disrupted the freedoms of their peoples, including control of thought, speech, religion, and movement;
  • Caused large-scale imprisonment or death based on political or religious beliefs;

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