How Did Joseph Stalin Contribute To Fascism

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Adolph Hitler is widely known around the universe as being the leader of one of the most horrible genocides to have occurred. He basically believed that the Jews were the reason that everything bad happened, happened. Because of him and his psychotic morals, 11 million people were killed, 6 million of them being Jews, the others being crippled, homosexual, etc. Hitler moved to Germany when he was three years old, but he was born in Branau am Inn, Austria, in 1889 on April 20th. He was raised in Germany, when he later on became the Chancellor of this country. A few contributions to Hitler rising to power could be his military experience. He ended up receiving the Black Wound Badge, along with the Iron First Class. He also worked for the…show more content…
Benito led the National Fascist party. A lot of people say that he was actually a big contribution to the making of fascism. I would say that Mussolini became famous because of the fact that his dad was a politician as well, which you could say gave him “connections” to rising in power. A big support group of Benito would be his fascist party members. Anti – fascists were very much against…show more content…
Tito became famous when he was elected to the Central Committee and Politburo of the Yugoslovian party, which at the time was one of the highest ranked communists parties. After that, he was elected secretary general of that party. I would say that his supporters were the members of the Yugoslovian party. Anti-communist’s were very much against Tito. Another leader that could relate to Hitler and Stalin would be Kim Il sung, who was the leader of North Korea. He got his fame from being a guerilla fighter towards the Japanese in Manchuria. A big support group of Kim Il sung would be the soviet union. Japan was very much against Kim. I would say that history is constantly repeating because all of the leaders today make so many of their decisions from looking at past leaders decisions. A big deal of their decisions is based on religion, what their country likes, and what’s been going on the past years. Also, people try to continue past rituals and decisions because they think it’s what’s going to make people content. A lot of leaders, in my opinion, look at what’s been so successful the past years, and they believe that if it was successful then, it will be successful now, so they’re ultimate decision is to follow what’s occurred in the past and make it
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