Eduard Bloch, a Jew. As WWI broke out, he was accepted in the German army, after volunteering. However, Hitler was ordered to write it, forcing him to respect certain boundaries and ideas followed by the military; this source thus is not a voluntary personal statement.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. All were dictators and had people killed for no reason if that's what they wanted. They were all 3 experts at propaganda, getting people to do what they said.
Mussolini has somewhat been downplayed over the years since he was overshadowed by his ally, Hitler, but he came before Hitler, and was ruthless in his treatment of enemies in Italy before Hitler was even in power in Germany.
Hitler was especially good with Propaganda, hiring movie makers and others to make films about the wonderful things that the Nazis were doing, from his point of view at least. I don't know if Staliin used anything like movies before the war, but might have.
The 'others', the ones who were 'different' such as Jews, or Communists in Germany, or capitalists or maybe Jews in the Soviet Union, etc.
They watched everybody, and it is said kids might turn in their parents, and family members turned in relatives, or coworkers for saying things against the dictators or the government. That was pretty much in all 3 countries. All had enemies who they used as the bad guys, the Communists hated Capitalism and the former monarchy; the Nazis, of course went after Jews, as well as Communists.
Mussolini went after anybody who opposed him, Communists and maybe Jews, a minority in Italy. While Germany and Italy were technically 'socialist' countries, the government did not control the factories, etc. They were owned by individuals or corporations.
But everyone was under tight contro, in what they could say or do, but the government did not control manufacturing, at least openly. In the Communist Soviet Union, the government ran everything, farms, factories, etc. People had little or no choice in where they worked, where they lived.
In Fascist and Nazi countries, these things were not controlled unless you belonged to one of the groups being targeted, such as Jews.According to Dr.
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Arc, Henry VIII, Napoleon, Hitler, Stalin, Mao, or Mussolini would be dull, and they’d be right, as the cult of the personality is central to all recorded history. goals of society, etc) When it comes to Hitler, there was a Documents Similar To The Importance of the Individual in History.
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August. A while back I'd have picked Hitler, but in history we're doing Communism and Fascism, and Hitler and Stalin and Mussolini were all mentioned. According to my history teacher, Hitler killed 6 million people- but 20 million people "disappeared" in Russia whilst Stalin was in charge.
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