How is Stalin a totalitarian?
Stalin was a totalitarian, because he maneuvered himself into total control of the government by use of terror and fear. He controlled the secret police and the Politburo of the Communist Party and by that he effectively controlled everything. He permitted no political opposition, ignored laws when he wanted to and essentially imposed his personal will on the country.
Hitler - totalitarian, authoritarian, nationalist. Stalin - totalitarian, authoritarian.
the answer is not who but what. Josef Stalin was the totalitarian ruler of Russia
No, he was a communist.
Joseph Stalin used intimidation, violence, murder, and propaganda to establish his totalitarian regime. Stalin ruled from 1922 to 1952.
Joseph (Uncle Joe) Stalin did not start totalitarian government. He developed the Communist system of government. These are slightly different.
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 Revelations.
Benito Mussolini , Stalin, Lenin and Hitler
he gives people terror
All totalitarian dictators (Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Mao, Hoxha, the Kim Dynasty, etc.) were brutal.
The Soviet Union was a totalitarian dictatorship under Stalin. Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union until 1953.
For the most part, Joseph Stalin was a totalitarian leader. He ruled by fear and intimidation. He murdered and imprisoned millions.
It was known as a totalitarian state.
He used his power
Because he was nuts!
Stalin was for a communism government. A totalitarian government where he could be dictator and be in charge of what every one under him did.
Joseph Dugashvilli, better known as Stalin.
Propganda, censorship, and indoctrination not free elections
Russia, later known as the Soviet Union, had a totalitarian system, which meant that Stalin would control the country.
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 fully controlled the Soviet economy.
a totalitarian state
the use of violence and terror to control his population
Totalitarian government, no parliament during reign, secret police...
Which totalitarian leader was initially allied with the Axis Powers and then switched his alliance to the Allied Powers?
Both Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin imposed harsh totalitarian governments in Russia and the Soviet Union. Stalin's was harsher and more totalitarian than Lenin's though.
Joseph Stalin created not only an effective communist state, he created a totalitarian state too. He was a feared leader that intimidated the masses with death and imprisonment.
cause thats how they roled he overthrew kerensky's provisional government with the bolsheviks
benito musolini adolf hitler josef stalin
because the ctar was an aweful person
By giving them freedom, authority and liberty.
When Soviet Leader Lenin died in 1924, it was Joseph Stalin who quickly ascended to power, ultimately leading the Soviet Union to a totalitarian state.
Stalin was dictator in Russia .
Joseph Stalin was in power from 1922 through 1952.
Before Lenin's death, Stalin began establishing centralized power by appointing his friends and allies into positions of power. When he was the leader of the Soviet Union, he went on to use strategically propaganda and the secret police to establish a totalitarian state that quickly did away with opposition.
Well, some consider both totalitarian. Fascist governments tend to please their own interests for the good of the country. Communists, like Stalin, please the country for their own good. Real communism is not totalitarian.
Joseph Stalin was the "totalitarian" leader of the Soviet Union after Lenin, however he did not have dictatorial powers immediately after Lenin's death in 1924. It took Stalin until the mid 1930's before he had eliminated almost all of his equals in the Communist Party and installed people loyal to him personally in positions of power. Once he had done that he became the totalitarian leader that history remembers him as.
The Soviet Union (Lenin, Stalin); Italy (Mussolini); Germany (Hitler).