The Age of Totalitarianism:
Report Post Hitler was born evil whereas Stalin was made mad by the death of his wife not a reasonable excuse by any means, but it an sure is better than Hitlers. Hitler was a racist and prejudice pig who hates anyone that wasn't white.
Stalin killed specifically out of cowardice. Hitler broke a non-agression pact which Stalin continued to honor.
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All murder and death under nazi Germany was based on mindless hatred where soviet Russian deaths and murders under Stalin were out of an insane fear. Report Post It is not only about the number of deaths that were linked to these two.
The way Hilter killed his victims was absolutely cruel. Stalin sent his victims to the Gulags where they were executed or died from famine and all horrible living conditions, or died from famine because of his stupid policies such as collectivisation that only benefited the USSR as a country with no people, because for him human cost was nothing.
Whereas Hitler did it for the sake of killing them, it was almost like joy, it was like if I look ugly to you kill me. How can you be so heartless sending children, old people, young people and youth, I don't even know how describe it further.
I don't know how can any of them two be count as one of us, humans. Report Post Both Dictators had global ambitions, however Hitler was a bigger threat to the world due to the fact that the only way to obtain lebensraum for his "master race" he would need to kill people all around the world.
This solution assists in a compare and contrast between two leadership styles and traits of these two leaders (Hitler and Stalin). It compares the two leaders on several dimensions, such as the person's primary leadership style (s), the leader's source (s) of influence or power and an analysis of the individuals overall leadership prowess and skill. Adolf Hitler was the Nazi leader of Germany during World War II, and Joseph Stalin was the Communist leader of the Soviet Union during World War II. Joseph Stalin took over Russia when Vladimir Lenin died in He guided Russia through World War 2 and up until he died in During World War 2 Stalin had Russia unite with the United States and Britain. The night before World War 2 began Joseph St.
While Stalin has a higher body count by many accounts, he did prevent the Germans from ethnically cleansing more people throughout the world.
Also, along with this, the ethnic movements forced by Stalin after WWII have prevented war along ethnic lines in Europe for the past 70 years. Report Post i think hitler is worse in comparison to stalin because stalin killed all those people because he was paranoid that they were going to kill him.Comparison Hitler and Stalin totalitarianism regimes.
Compare and contrast the dictatorships of Hitler and Stalin Totalitarianism is when all three powers of the state (judicial, executive, and legislative) are controlled by one person.
This is what happened in the twentieth century when Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin became the dictators of . Judging from the Soviet records we now have, the number of people who died in the Gulag between and , while both Stalin and Hitler were in power, was on the order of .
Joseph Stalin took over Russia when Vladimir Lenin died in He guided Russia through World War 2 and up until he died in During World War 2 Stalin had Russia unite with the United States and Britain.
The night before World War 2 began Joseph St. Adolf Hitler was the Nazi leader of Germany during World War II, and Joseph Stalin was the Communist leader of the Soviet Union during World War II. Though both men were harsh dictators, the ideologies they functioned under were different.
Hitler was a Nazi, and Stalin was a Communist. According to. Whereas Stalin, however, was content to extend his control over the Soviet Union, it was Hitler who aimed at unlimited territorial and racial aggression of a master race.
Hitler made war inevitable: first with France, then with Britain and Russia and ultimately with the United States. The contrast between this and Stalin’s trajectory could not be more striking.
Even as he rose through the structure of the Bolshevik Party, Stalin had remained a man of the shadows.