7 Infamous Offices That Decided The Fate Of Millions

You might like to think that the decisions made in stately offices are in your benefit, but a quick look back through 20th century history reveals numerous offices of government used to plan, organize and ultimately commit untold atrocities.

In fact, throughout history men and women of power have decided the fate of millions from behind their desks.

The infamous offices in this list are all well known for the notoriously shady activities that occurred within them, that is except for one shining example, The Cabinet War Rooms. The remaining offices have a dark and sinister history having served as headquarters for some of the most brutal regimes and criminal empires the world has ever seen.


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Why isn't the CIA on the list? They've set up so many puppet governments around the world, especially dictatorships like Pinochet in Chile, mostly for the purpose of ensuring a steady supply of natural resources and cheap labor. They've also backed numerous campaigns of terrorism and genocide. Since many of these atrocities became public, the CIA changed its tune, now preaching human rights rhetoric. Of course, I doubt that a little bad publicity has changed the CIA in any way but one: now they put more effort into justifying their actions, in case they're ever brought to public attention.
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While the others have a degree of notoriety, I'm not sure the Cabinet War Rooms fit the classification. I know Churchill famously weilded a Tommy gun, but that didn't make him a gangster.
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