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mussolini, hitler stalin chart

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Nikki Scruggs

on 3 February 2013

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Transcript of mussolini, hitler stalin chart

10.7 dictators comparative chart Mussolini Hitler Stalin What country were they from? What year did they come into power? Describe the process of obtaining their political title Why was the country open to a totalitarian take over?
How did the leader appeal to the people? What was their political party? Left or right wing? What policies did they put in place? What strategies did they use to keep power? Mussolini Hitler Stalin Italy Germany USSR 1922 1929 1933 Fascist- right Fascist (Nazi)- right Communist- left Marched on Rome and the king granted him the title of prime minister Named chancellor by the president, through legal means After Lenin's death he had the highest title, placed people who liked him in positions of power Economic depression, felt they should have got more land after WWI High unemployment, severe economic depression, strong nationalism Support of Catholic church, military training, nationalism 5 year plans for rapid industrialization, collectivization of farms public works projects, anti- Semitism, nationalism Secret police, youth groups, propaganda, censorship, outlawed other political parties Secret police, youth groups, propaganda, censorship, concentration/death camps, outlawed political parties Secret police, purges propaganda, censorship, labor camps, outlawed other political parties Economic depression, famine
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