World War Ii and Adolf Hitler

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Its post-World War 1, Germany, Italy, and Russia are among other countries, like the United States, that are in a depression. Russia just had a revolution and a civil war. Italy and Germany are suffering from spreading revolutionary ideas. And Germany and Russia just gained new governments. Europe is tired and out of work. During this world wide depression, three men rise up to take control of their countries. Their names are Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Joseph Stalin. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin are important because they rose up in their political parties to rule their “helpless” countries and help them emerge as leading powers in the world. In their early years, Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin were smart students that either got rejected or expelled from top schools. They each led a revolution that, in some cases, failed. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin’s aggression led to secret or not-so secret, police forces which eliminated possible political or other threats. With the elimination of possible adversaries, they rose to power by either being elected or appointed. Propaganda was used by all three to give the people a common goal to strive for. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin used their authority and influence to better their countries by bringing their individual countries out of depressions and improving the infrastructure of their countries such as by building roads and other improvements to try to put people back to work.

Though Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin lived and grew up in the same era, they each had a different childhood and teen-life. Hitler and Stalin’s fathers beat them while their mothers tried to protect them to the best of their abilities. Mussolini’s father was different from Hitler’s and Stalin’s because he was a radical Socialist. In school, they were all very smart, but Mussolini was a bully and he got expelled twice. Hitler was neither bullied or a bully. He always wanted to be an artist and to get accepted into the Vienna Academy...
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