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7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment

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Haley N

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of 7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment

Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler both led a dictatorship. To get this type of power, they joined groups and eventually moved up to complete control. Leading and developing protests was a common occurrence within these dictators and the groups they controlled. Throughout their time, they both increased the use of military products. Lastly, they eventually formed an alliance with each other.
Beyond the numerous amount of similarities between Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, there are several differences between the two dictators. For example, Mussolini avoided the war by escaping and hiding while Hitler joined and served in the war. Hitler spent time in prison and while he was in there, he wrote a book titled Mein Kampf addressing his future plans for Germany. Mussolini made himself Prime Minister and also worked to rebuild the Roman empire his way. Lastly, Hitler was the leader of the strongest and most powerful party in Germany.
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7.03 Between the Fires: Assessment
Led a dictatorship
Avoided the war
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Socialist ideas
Served in the war
Joined groups and became the leader of them eventually leading to a dictatorship
Wrote a book in jail titled Mein Kampf outlining his future plans for Germany.
Formed an alliance together
Increased production of military products
Made himself Prime Minister
Led protests
Rebuilt the Roman Empire
Led the strongest party in Germany
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