Depends on the country where you live, but even then it can be next to impossible to trace them culprits and even if you do, if they're in another country, you're not likely to get very far.Most anti-virus software have browser hijacking protection of some kind.If yours doesn't get a copy of ad-awar…
Which dictators? FDR? Churchill? Stalin? The dictators in South America? In Asia?They all imposed price controls, rationing, strict labor controls, bans on certain trade or ownership, jailed those not willing to be drafted or serve in combat, moved civilian populations involuntarily, and whole host …
This was is pretty simple. The complete humiliation of the Germans at the Treaty of Versaille (terms accepted by Count Ulrich von Brockdorff-Rantzau) was the marking stone of their demise and later to the rise of Hitler. Rantzau even foretold of the backlash of the event. As the Germans received rec…
Hitler was born in Braunau am Inn, Austria on April 20, 1889. In order to give Hitler dictatorial powers he had to ensure the passage of two laws. The first was the Reichstag Fire Decree, which was enacted on 27 February, 1933 which (among other things) suspended civil liberties and habeas corpus r…
I would say that that term is entirely appropriate during the 1920s and 30s but as WWII went on people became entirely disenchanted with him. By 1943 he had no poular support at all. What you might try doing is finding books on Italian history during that period rather than specific biogra…
It wasn't that Hitler was agreat dictator that helped him win wars it is the success of the Blitzkrieg that helped him take over countries. also it was his good use of propaganda Edit * Blitzkrieg was a military strategy. What made Hitler a "great dictator" was that after world war one Germany was…
by using techniques that other dictarors used before him.
You are correct---he can't be both at the same time. The reason is Mussolini came to power in 1922 and served for several years, even before Hitler came to power. Germany and Italy signed a Pact to be allies and equal. However, dur…
It's a very hard question to answer, and scholars are trying hard to find an answer. As a general phenomenon in Europe, it wasn't simply the result of the Great Depression. Many of the post-WW1 European dictatorships came into being much earlier. Soviet Union, 1918-21; Italy, 1922; Hungary, 1919-20;…
A dictatorship is a government where one person absolute power over all phases of life. Hitler and Mussolini were 2 of the 3 in power during WWII, both were among the Axis Powers. Stalin was another and he was on the allied side.
The need for a stable government, a sense of direction and freedom from political bickering.ANOTHER POINTthis was also after the great depression since the dictators were able to keep stability
CommentI think that the Great Depression probably emphasized and focused the reasons people usually…
The short answer is no one.At the very end of WW2, Hitler and his closest advisors were gathered in an underground bunker in Berlin. The Red Army was attacking the city from all sides. Hitler decided that he could not be captured, so he committed suicide. The reality was that there was nothing to "…
Of course they will hire a local lawyer, in your country, and take you to court, to get a judge to order you to pay, or go to jail until you pay it all up.
Do the right thing, and pay your debts.
In March of 1938, the republican forces surrendered ending the Spanish Civil War, and Francisco Franco became President (dictator) of Spain. He ran Spain until his death in 1975.
Franco was supported during the drawn out and bloody civil war in Spain of the 30's by the Nazi's (G…
The dictators of WW2 were Htler(Germany), Joseph Stalin(Soviet
Union), Mussolini(Italy), Tojo(Japan)
The modern use of the term "conscription" usually refers to mandatory military service. Beyond the discipline and commitment that is taught in the military, it also provides a method to guarantee adequate military forces in time of war.
Addition:From a sociologist's or political scientist's v…
Hitler became the chancellor in January 1933; he was working closely with Hindenburg but had no real power. Although he had 2 other Nazis in the cabinet he could be sacked at any time. Also at this point, Hitler didn't have a majority in the Reichstag and had to bring in help from elsewhere. On the…
He held it together by: 1. Terror 2. Propaganda 3. Youth 4. Workforce 5. Religion 6. Racism ANSWER he got to this position in the 1st place because he managed to brainwash the German public into believing his idea of a great Germany by using already placed seeds of racism and propaganda(as the pos…
Hitler was never elected president, he was appointed Reichskanzler by President Hindenburg, who was persuaded to by a powerful lobby of manufacturers and businessmen. They were broadly aware of the risk of giving Hitler power but foolishly believed that they could control him once he was in power. H…
if you watch the movie "Max" which can be seen on ifc on demand, starring lele sobieski andjohn cusak, it tells the story of young adolf.Discussing the times when adolf was an aspiring artist as well as a soldier in the lower ranks of the German army, and his dealings with a Jewish art dealer named …
the dictator of Germany.ie adolf Hitler and the dictator of italythe Benito Mussolini
A dictatorship is a government which is run by a dictator who has absolute power.Dictatorship definition, a country, government, or the form of
government in which absolute power is exercised by a dictator.An autocratic form of absolute rule by leadership that is unrestricted by law, constitutions, …
The treaty of Versailles set very unfair terms of peace for the
defeated nations like Germany. These nations were deprived of
territory, their military was demobilized and their economies were
burdened by subjecting them to compensate for war losses. This lead
to severe economic crisis and growth of…
Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and some other guy. Stalin was the dictator of Russia/USSR. Adolf Hitler off Germany and Benito Mussolini of Italy if you are talking about world war 2.
Hitler tormented Jews and people he didn't like.he did this because he thought Germans were superior over others.
Lenin was the first European Totalitarian Dictator. (1st) Actually Benito Mussolini was the the first. I read about him in my world history book. (my answer) Yea... Lenin wasn't Totalitarian... Stalin, maybe... Lenin was not.
He became chancellor of Germany in 1933.
No, this person is wrong. It is fashionable to call people fascist. It does a disservice to those very very few who have suffered under it.
After the toppling of Tsar Nicholas through February Revolution,
the provisional government failed to bring order to the state. They
continued to wage a by then unpopular WW I and could not drag the
country out of economic, social and political crisis. The
industrial production fell sharply and unem…
While Francisco Franco was in power he helped to stabilize the
economy of Spain, which had been ruined after the Spanish Civil
War. The civil war occurred because of the rebellion against the
government of Spain. Franco and a group of others who had a strong
disbelief in the policies of the Republic…
German military dictators in World War 1From 1916 till early October 1918, Ludendorff and Hindenburg exercised near-dictatorial powers in Germany. When it became obvious that Germany was going to lose the war these two men pushed civilians into office and faded into the background. They made the new…
While Hirohito was the emperor, the prime minister for most
of the war was a general, Hideki Tojo. But although both
controlled the decisions for war and such, neither was a true
Hirohito was not a "dictator" in the Hitler or Mussolini mold,
because he was actually thought of as a god by…
Premier Joseph Stalin
After Tsar left Lenin came to power and Signed the peace treaty
Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was the dictator of Italy during
World War 2.
The immediate Causes of World War II are generally held to be the German invasion of Poland, and the Japanese attacks on China, the United States, and the British and Dutch colonies. In each of these situations, the attacks were the result of a decision made by authoritarian ruling elites in Germany…
Hitler becomed dictator after Hindenburg died in 1934.
Hitler officially came to power on January 30, 1933; however, he
still had to deal with other politicians, so he wasn't fully
dictator yet. It took over a year to complete the transition, which
ended on August 2, 1934 when President Hindenburg died. He remained
absolute dictator for the rest of his …
Yes, Hitler was a dictator.
Many things. Firstly, Kill the Jews (Holocaust) Secondly, Rearm Germany through conscription, building weapon factories and making weapons. Thirdly, propaganda his citizens so that they will be loyal to him. (He even had a Ministry of Propaganda &Enlightment for this) Lastly, establish…
The Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin was considered to be Totalitarian because of the oppressive conditions the citizens of Russia had to live in. Many people were killed or sent to Gulags under Stalin's rule, and propaganda was widespread. For more info on Stalin, read Stalin: The Glasnost Revelati…
There was no dictator of Germany only a leader named Adolf Hitler.
Read true history not the bankers version of history.
Joseph (sometimes spelled Josef) Stalin was the USSR leader during WW2.
It is an absolute ruler- they generally have an authoritarian
stance on leadership, and will bypass all offices and systems to
push through the legislation they wish to.
History has shown us many dictators like Adolf Hitler, Saddam
Hussein, Yosif Stalin. All these dictators had no competing leader…
A dictatorship is controlled, like a monarchy, by one person who has all of the power. While a monarchy is ruled over by a king or queen, who inherit the title, a dictatorship is ruled by a dictator. A republican form of government has three branches, the members of which are elected by the people.
Dictators of WW2 A dictator is one who exercises 'absolute power and authority'. Most rulers during WWII exercised at least some dictatorial power. The Axis consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan. The leaders of those nations were: • Germany: Adolf Hitler. • Italy: Benito Mussolini. • Japan wa…
The Falangist rebels were led by GeneralFrancisco Franco and called themselves Nationalism. By the end of 1936, the Nationalism controlled most of northern Spain.
After the end of the First World War, political parties that came into being in Germany decided to reform German polity. This gave birth to the German Weimar Republic. However, following the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was forced to pay reparation in the form of money. When the gold…
Fidel Castro overthrew Presidente Batista in the 1950s.
Whilst Batista was originally democratically elected, he cancelled scheduled elections (because he wasn't going to win), and so became a dictator.
Thus two men became dictators of Cuba in the 1950s - Batista and then Castro.
A Dictatorship. It is distinguished from other Totalitarian states by having all power vested in one individual - the Dictator. - I Warner
Ultimately found like a trapped rat in a hole in the ground, the
late brutal dictator Saddam Hussein had
been the fifth President of Iraq, "serving" from
July 16, 1979 to April 9, 2003. The Gulf War ran
from August 2, 1990 to February 28, 1991. He was executed by
hanging on December 30, 2006.
Yes Stalin was a dictator. After the revolution the USSR was a democratic communist state but the elite took control of the state and it became another oligarchy like any other. The first dictator of communist Russia was Lenin but when he died Starlin took over. Stalin was an imperialist as well a…
Adolf Hitler became the German dictator in 1933.
Russian Tsars, starting with Ivan the Terrible in the late 16th
century, all were absolute rulers, so Russia has been under a form
of dictatorship since its earliest history. You might say that only
under Gorbachev and Yeltsin Russia tried to become a real
democracy. Although on paper it is now a de…
The primary difference is that Hirohito, like all Japanese emperors, was not a dictator. For thousands of years, the Emperor of Japan has held the office of spiritual and secular leader of Japan, but has had no power to do anything, at all. At times in history, the Emperor has been penniless and hom…
Technically, Julius Caesar wast the first Italian/Roman Dictator, but Benito Amilcare Andrea ('Il Duce') Mussolini was dictator of Italy during World War 2 from 1922 until 1943.
Kill anyone ...... .Actually . . . this answer doesn't really work for this question. It does if you have absolutely no moral outlook on dictatorship and what is involved in it. Secondly, killing someone does not a make a person a dictator. It just makes them a killer. To become a dictator you must…
his name is Benito Mussolini.
becusse he put sall his money into millatary and his wine celler
and uses his money on him self. He has 2 million dollars stocked up in a forigen bank.
We are still in Iraq because we can be!
In World War 2 it was Hideki Tojo.
monarchy - an autocrat governed by a monarch who usually inherits the authority
autocracy, autarchy - a political system governed by a single individual parliamentary monarchy - a monarchy having a parliament kingdom - a monarchy with a king or queen as head of state empire
A dictatorship is an …
Cuba is a communist country run by Raul Castro.
Benito Mussolini was the Italian fascist dictator during WW2
Benito Mussalini!!!! That's the answer to the question.
1)North korea2) China3) libya4) Saudi Arabiatheese are just a few... . South amercica. Aida. Illinoise
During the World War II era, Western democracies were initially
unable to stop aggressive dictators from accomplishing expansionist
goals for several reasons. For one thing, they lacked the popular
support that would enable decisive military action against the
dictators (and nations) in question. Fo…
Mussolini did not have power over the Catholic Church. The central government for the Catholic Church is located at the Vatican in the northwest section of Rome. Italy recognizes it as a separate country and has no power over it. Mussolini was selected to rule as Prime Minister of Italy and eventual…
adolf Hitler faught in world war one and i thnk he got an iron cross for his work then later Germany surrenderd to Britain and got ther triety of Versailles .. a few yers Hitler started doing some talk things in local places like pubs and stuff and he became very familliar to the ppl then he ran for…
Hitler as a dictator He was an evil dictator who started the bloodiest war in history and killed 6 million Jewish people (Holocaust). He was successful at being a brutal dictator who took advantage of the downfall of a country and manipulated its people. He used scapegoating tactics to turn his peo…
vladimir ilyich lenin died in 1924,stalin replaced himJoseph Stalin is the dictator who reigned in 1924. It is true that Lenin lived until January 21, 1924, but by March 1923 he had had several serious strokes and was confined to a wheelchair unable to write or speak or give any kind of orders. Jose…
Answer He was actually elected Prime Minister. Before that he was a
corporal in the German Army during World War 1
"Despotic" means a ruler or other person who holds absolute power.
I think former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein was described as
despotic. It means acting like a despot, a tyrant or a dictator. It
suggests not only having a large amount of power concentrated in
the hands of one leader, but also that t…
The last one they had was Benito Mussolini.
One of two, F4A-EL or C4ADE
Yes, there are many in the world. Some of the more notorious ones
are Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe, Omar al-Bashir in Sudan, Kim Jong-Un
in North Korea, Than Shwe in Myanmar, King Salman of Saudi Arabia,
Xi Jinping in China, Ali Khamenei in Iran, and Gurbanguly
Berdymuhammedov in Turkmenistan.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe is the President of Mugabe. Born on 1924 February 21, Mugabe became a leader of Zimbabwe as part of the movement against minority white rule. He joined the National Democratic Party in 1960, which was reformed as the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU). He split off to join…
Let's make a long story short and more easily digestible:
Germany's government worked (and still works) more like Britain's
than the US's. Instead of a Queen, Germany has a President, who is
elected, but otherwise is very similar- the President represents
the country, has great political power, is…
Governments sometimes lie and provide false information to take control but they really aren't.
That would be Omar al-Bashir, he was charged with genocide.
Assuming you define "powerful" as "ruling over the most people" or as "militarily stong", then there are three metrics to measure this by: (a) ruled the largest percentage of the people then on the earth, (b) ruled the absolute largest n…
Despite being very corrupt and oppressive in general, there is no single person who exercises supreme control of every part of the country.
Initially, the country was led by a man having the surname "Diem." He was a Roman Catholic who was supported by the USA and who was, at least in theory, democratically elected. In the mid-1960s, Diem lost US support and also managed to alienate many in Vietnam, especially Buddhists. He was assassina…
Raul Castro is the dictator in Cuba since Fidel is dead.
Castro has been in power since 1959, when he overthrew Batista. He stepped down as Cuba's president in 2008.
1 January 1959 Sorry, i think you are asking a perfectly good question because after all "When did Fidel Castro EVER become a dictator?" He became Priminister of cuba after leading a revolution against the dictator Batista. As soon as batista became dictator he discarded the Cuban constitution by on…
Dictatorship is the state of a government that is often called "totalitarianism". Bascially it's the idea that a single person, or a very small ruling elite rule an entire country and place great restrictions on personal and economic freedoms.
As the word itself indicates, it is when a l…
Dictatorships work because everybody is doing something like a job and the economy is flourishing and no one is on the streets. Very bad answer. Dictatorships are not ECONOMIC systems, but governmental systems. A dictatorship can have widespread poverty (Mao's China, Tito's Yugoslavia) or be rolling…
Attempted to conquer the world.
look at china how fast it is moving ahead and compare that to India so many glitches like failure to terrorism corruption poverty foreign policy . INDIA badly needs a strong leadership the politics has done more damage to India's integrity than anything else it must be finished and replaced with the…
Hitler, Mussolini and France where all Fasists. After Hitler occupied Austria in 36 Mussolini became his ally. They then both agreed to help Franco in the spanish civil warHitler, Mussolini and France where all Fasists. After Hitler occupied Austria in 36 Mussolini became his ally. They then both ag…
dictatorship Its a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution, laws or opposition etc.). He dominantes his subjects through threat of punishment and violence.
Yes it totally is trust me I did not make this up
In a dictatorship, power is held by a single person or a small
group. Some famous dictatorships have been Fidel Castro in Cuba,
Chairman Mao in China, and Adolf Hitler in Germany.