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Who was the most authoritarian/repressive leader of any non-USSR Eastern European communist country? (Non-Warsaw Pact included)
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>>6919678
pretty sure it was Ceaușescu but i have no evidence other than wiki
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>>6919678
Most likely the fascist puppets like Szalasi.
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>>6919695
i guess a piece of evidence would be that he was the only one autistic enough to be violently overthrown in 1989.
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>>6919678
That Romanian guy or Hoxha.
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What a niche question. Retarded.
Anyways it would be Hoxha
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>>6919678
It was definitely Hoxha. He covered his nation in bunkers and military bunkers and was so repressive Albania was nicknamed "the North Korea of Europe."



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