> Hitler and Stalin did agree to be allies, however Hitler broke the pact by
> invading Russia when Stalin was completely unaware to this. When this
> happened Stalin sulked away in his room for 3 or 4 days while the German
> soldiers invaded Russia. When they were still allies though, they agreed
> to split up Poland half for Hitler and half for Stalin.
> They hated each other. Fascism and communism are polar opposites, so
> Hitler and Stalin viewed each other's method of rule as the wrong way. They
> did have a sort of respect for each other, hence the short-lived
> Non-Aggression Pact between the two countries.
This is inaccurate and based on false assumptions. Stalin may have come to hate or respect Hitler because of the events described above. But they had no sense of being polar opposites due to ideology, these two had just signed a non aggression pact, making them allies just as war was brewing, and after both had spent many years building large militaries.
Mostly the allies opposed Stalin, same as Hitler
Stalin wasn't prepared for war and Hitler didn't want a two front war.
They were actually allies invading Poland. Hitler turned on Stalin simply because he wanted to take out USSR.
Stalin was allied with the allies and not Hitler. Germany and Russia had a non aggression pact until Germany invaded Russia. After that they were enemies.
although Stalin had a none aggression pact with Hitler, Hitler attached the Soviet Union causing Stalin to side with the allies...........................
it was the day Hitler and Stalin invaded the allies.
He was one of the Axis powers. He made a treaty with Hitler, which Hitler broke when he invaded Russia. The three allies in the Axis in WII were Mussolini (Italy), Stalin (Soviet Union) and Hitler (Germany).
He had Hitler invading Russia and needed help.
If you mean: Was Hitler worse than Stalin or Who was worse, Hitler or Stalin? The answer is Hitler.
Adolph Hitler made a nonaggression act with Stalin. So Stalin and Hitler became partners in crime, taking over more and more territory. Hitler felt threatened by the rate at which Stalin was attaining land, so he tries to invade the u.s.s.r. He doesn't succeed. What an epic FAILURE! So Stalin then joins the Allied Forces at the begginning of WWII.
Stalin had many allies that are secret. in fact, Stalin had the us as his allies
No, Hitler and Stalin never met.
Stalin was on the side of the Allies .
He was paranoid so he wanted support from other countries. He helped Hitler by not invading Europe like they agreed when they first started being allies
Yes. It was the Hitler-Stalin Pact.
No, Hitler and Stalin never met.
Stalin and Hitler were both equally violent.
No, Stalin was, Hitler was not.
Stalin was worst than Hitler. Stalin killed 9 million more people than Hitler.
Stalin was the leader of the Russians between 1922-1953 and was a fan of communism. Hitler was completeley different. He was the leader of the Nazi party in Germany, and was one of the key elements of WW2. He killed himself when the Allies won the war.
With Hitler he was a socialist. He had nothing in common with Stalin.
In my opinion: Hitler, then Stalin, followed by Mussolini
My mom BLAMED the Allies! :)
Once Hitler broke the treaty with Stalin, the Germans invaded Russia. Russian forces, with the help from Russia's terrible winter weather, eventually drove the Germans back, with great loss of life on both sides.