The root of modern day megalomania stems from a simpler, less materialistic age

There are obvious comparisons to be made between Adolf Hitler's unrealized vision of building Germania, the architectural prize the Fuehrer wished to bestow upon himself and the nation once victory in the Second World War had been secured, and the megalomania displayed by Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedow that has seen the fruits of his skewed priorities represented…

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