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    Nations fail to prevent the outbreak of the Second World War? (2005—in Topic 4) 4. Analyse conditions that led to single-party states during the 20th Century. (2002) 5. Compare and contrast the domestic policies of Hitler and Stalin. (2002) 6. In what ways, and for what reasons, did TWO rulers...
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    , social issues, arts, propaganda, minorities, religions; women in single-party: Communism, Fascism ← Peron Argentina 1946-1955; Mao PRC 1949-1976; Castro Cuba 1959-2008; Hitler Germany 1934-1945; Mussolini 1922-1945; Nasser 1954-1970; Nyerere Tanzania 1964-1985; Lenin USSR 1917-1924; Stalin...
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  • Was Hitler a Weak Dictator?
    Hitler a weak dictator?', we are quite justified in asking for greater clarity - ‘Was Hitler a weak dictator compared to whom?' The obvious answer would be - compared to other dictators such as Stalin or Mussolini. And indeed, many participants in the intentionalist-structuralist debate have sought to...
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    rise to power of one of the following: Castro; Mussolini; Nasser, Hitler, Stalin, Mao. How, and to what extent, did the conferences at Yalta and Potsdam (1945) contribute to the origin of the Cold War? “Although it began in Europe the spread of the Cold War to other regions was a much...
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    for Mussolini, and his anger towards the German Chancellor Gustav Stresemann, whose foreign policy ambition was to return Germany to its pre-1914 borders. Hitler saw this goal as far too limited. He restated his principal aim of attaining vast territories of Lebensraum, space to be taken from the...
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  • History Notes
    force supplied by Hitler & army supplied by Mussolini * He signed the Anti-Comintern Pact in 1937 against communism (Italy, Germany & China) * In May of 1939 – Hitler & Stalin form the Pact of Steel & Mussolini tags along * They will secretly divide Poland * The cover-up was the...
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  • Dictators in Europe
    Three harsh dictators rose to power in Europe before the start of World War II. Hitler overtook Germany, Mussolini devoured Italy, and Stalin claimed Russia. There are many ways one could compare these leaders, as each share similarities and differences in their brutality, beliefs, reasons for...
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  • Hitler Mussolini Stalin
    history. No wonder they have become synonym of terror and fear. If I would compare them with my chosen dictator, in my opinion Pol Pot would be more similar to Stalin and Hitler rather than Mussolini. Polpot is known for killing scores of people and so are Stalin and Hitler. However they all killed for...
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  • Arendt States That "Politically the Most Important Yardstick for Judging Events in Our Time" Is "Whether They Serve Totalitarian Domination or Not". Examine the Events in Your Time That You Think May Be Leading Toward Serving Totalitarian Domination.
    that rules every land and every freedom of the people as human beings and citizens of the country. During the World Wars, dictators such as Adolf Hitler of Germany, Benito Mussolini of Italy, and Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union were the center for abolishment and annihilate their totalitarian regimes...
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    Hitler- B – Germany Stalin – D – Soviet Union Mussolini- A- Italy Allies- E- US, Great Britain, France Axis Powers- C- Italy, Germany-Austria, Japan 2. What is anti-Semitism? Anti-Semitism is the discrimination against people of descent. This is most commonly towards Jews and sometimes...
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  • Stalin and Purges
    . Gloucestershire: Suttons Publishing Ltd., 1999. Todd Allan. The European Dictatorships: Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. ----------------------- [1] Todd Allan. The European Dictatorships: Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini. (New York: Cambridge University Press...
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  • Totalitarian Governments
    Fascist rule, to describe a comprehensive socio-political system. Mussolini happily used the word, and while in general it usefully describes Nazism and Stalinism, Hitler avoided its use and Stalin saw it as applicable to Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany but not to Russia. The concept gained wider currency...
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  • Ideologies of Hitler and Stalin
    In spite of having very conflicting views, the practices of both Communism and Fascism shared many similarities with each other. Driven by their ideologies Stalin, under Socialism, and Mussolini, under Fascism, used these ideas to advocate and carry out their own policies. However, it is important...
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  • Hitler's Nazi Germany vs. Stalin's Communist Russia
    Russian Revolution. Evans Brothers, London. Solzhenitsyn, A. (1973). The Gulag Archipelago. Éditions du Seuil, France. Todd, A. (2002). The European Dictatorships: Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini . Cambridge University, United Kingdom. WORLD WIDE WEB Cliff, T. (2003). The Nature of...
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  • History Notes
    , founders of the revolution, even his own wife. Mussolini was smarter than Hitler and Stalin, he was more educated and he wrote more about his government than the other fascist, totalitarian rulers. Mussolini came to power during the 1920’s Reasons for Italian Anger After WWI Economic Issues They...
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    . THE DUCE: STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES Although Mussolini could be both brutal and domineering, he did have a number of characteristics thto come to power but also to become, for a time, the most popular ruler in Italian history. Like his counterparts, Stalin and Hitler, he could turn on the charm...
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  • Hitler's Foreign Policy
    : no intervention put up “Mignot Line”: a series of heavily armed forts along the border with Germany. Italy: ready to take action • 1934, Austrian Nazis tried to overthrow the Austrian government by killing the chancellor. To prevent Hitler from taking control of Austria, Mussolini placed army...
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    Munich be able to distinguish fascism from communism pacifism totalitarianism isolationism Nuremberg Laws Neutrality Acts Atlantic Charter Munich Pact Franklin D. Roosevelt Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Benito Mussolini Adloph Hitler Francisco Franco...
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    , leadership skills, and relations with the Indians. What specific developments illustrate that the English living in the plantation colonies tried to apply these lessons? (25 pts) 2. Compare and contrast the ways in which tobacco and sugar affected the social and economic development of colonial...
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  • Mussolini's Cult of Personality
    easily be rallied to defend their leader and take down the “evil enemy”. Leading up to World War 2, multiple fascist leaders—Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Josef Stalin, Francisco Franco--were able to establish a cult of personality. They used their devotees as pawns in the war to further their anti...
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