What are the similarities between Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini?
Truth is, there aren't that many similarities at all.
- Both were veterans of the First World War
- Both were wounded in the First World War
- Both served as Heads of State in their respective nations.
- Both earned power legally, without force.
- Both utilized paramilitary forces before power and during their regimes. (Hitler had the Brownshirts, Mussolini had the Blackshirts).
- Both were shorter than the average man, though Mussolini was by far more muscular than Hitler.
- Both were extraordinary speakers
- Both enjoyed appearing in military uniforms.
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Differences and Similarities Between Adolf Hitler, BenitoMussolini, and Josef Stalin they shared 2 things they were greedy, and murderers! Hitler,Mussolini, and Stalin were all dictators with very differentprinciples. Hitler's principle was the cultural and biologicalsuperiority of the Aryan peoples…. Mussolini's was a more of anationalism based on remembering Rome's glory. Along with Stalin'sprinciple, which was a fundamental principle, Marxism-Leninism.They all started with very different first principles, but they allactually wound up running very similar totalitarian states. Here are more opinions and answers from other FAQ Farmers: . The USSR citizens fought with amazing courage against theNazis, and saved Europe from Hitler. The Germans themselves wereamazed at the bravery and tenacity of the Red Army, the Partizansand the ordinary citizens - including women and children. TheWestern allies contribution was pathetic in comparison, so theGermans stripped the Western Front of the best troops to fight thereal war in the East. . The above answers are all very strange they all seem to thinkthat the biggest difference is what the Dictators believed in.However this was all part of the Cult of personality that theycreated in order to gain power. One may argue they used they Cultof personalities of which the Arian race or former glory was a partof in order to gain and maintain power. The biggest differencewould surly have to be the extremism they managed to achieve, theextent of there totalitarian dictatorship. Of which Stalin wassurly the greatest and Mussolini the weakest this is again backedby the amount of people they purged and the varying degrees ofcontrol. . The answers above are rather discouraging. Peasants, that hadto be led at gunpoint? Where have you been? These "peasants" wereTHE reason the Wehrmacht was destroyed and Europe was freedfrom . extermination. . Hitler himself was a genius if it wasn't for the Japs bombingPearl Harbor America would have played very little role in thiswar. The Americans helped Britain and France in the war, withoutthem they would have fallen prey to Germans might. . Stalin was mostly concerned about improving Russia throughCommunism whereas Hitler and Mussolini were expansionist. BothHitler and Mussolini wanted to gain territory and restore prestigeto their countries. However Hitler was way more radical andinfluential than Mussolini and in the end Hitler is remember as abrutal tyrant while many people know very little about Mussolinibecause he never really did anything of significance as far as Iknow. . Mussolini was the first person to really come up with a plan todominate. Hitler and Stalin saw his geneous and copied him indifferent ways. . Hitler was interested in the decimation of the Jewish people,Stalin was determined to defeat Hitler after he attacked them. . Mussolini and Hitler were both Fascists while Stalin was acommunist. . The first bullet point said that Stalin saved Europe is a lie.He couldn't of cared less for the people of Europe. All he wantedwas territory. The allies liberated Europe Stalin took as much ofEurope as possible. Stalin and Hitler Similarities Striking Similarities They hatedeach other: Hitler hated Stalin. Stalin hated Hitler. They were dictators: (Mussolini and) Hitler were fascist dictatorsand Stalin was a communist dictator they all committed manyatrocities in aid of their regimes. Additional Input: . Hitlers family name was changed. Stalins family name waschanged Hitlers father beat him. Stalins father beat him. . Hitlers mother gave birth to 3 children before Adolf, all died.Stalins mother gave birth to 2 children before Josef, all died . Hitler was a sickly child. Stalin was a sickly child. . Hitlers father virtually abandoned his family. Stalins fathervirtually abandoned his family. . Hitler was raised and loved by his mother. Stalin was raisedand loved by his mother. . Hitler very much loved his mother. Stalin very much loved hismother Hitler was a Catholic. Stalin was an Eastern Orthodox (aschild). . Hitlers mother wanted him to be a Catholic priest. Stalinsmother wanted him to be an Orthodox priest. . Hitler attended a Benedictine monastery. Stalin attendedOrthodox theological school and the seminary. . Hitlers father died when he was 13. Stalins father died when hewas 11. . Hitler was an exceptional student at an early age. Stalin wasan exceptional student at an early age. . Hitler developed into an excellent artist in school. Stalindeveloped into an excellent artist in school. . Hitler failed to graduate from high school. Stalin failed tograduate from high school . By age 20 Hitler was a social dropout living on his own. By age20 Stalin was a social dropout living on his own. . Fascism fascinated Hitler. Marxism fascinated Stalin. . Hitler lived in Vienna in 1913. Stalin lived in Vienna in1913. . Hitler served time in jail for his political beliefs. Stalinserved time in jail for his political beliefs. . Hitler, born in Austria, moved to Germany to pursue politics.Stalin, born in Georgia, moved to Russia to pursue politics. . At age 33 Hitler led the revival of the Nazi party. At age 33Stalin was part of the Bolshevik party revival . At age 35 Hitler wrote Mein Kampf outlining Nazi policy. At age34 Stalin wrote Marxism and the National Question outliningBolshevik policy . In 1931 Hitlers love committed suicide with his pistol. In 1932Stalins love committed suicide with his pistol. . Hitler's love was 22 years younger. Stalin's love was 21 yearsyounger. . At age 45 Hitler started purges of Nazi party foes. At age 45Stalin started purges of Communist party foes Politically there was a great difference between the three leaders.Hitler was a true Nationalist who firmly believed in the concept ofPan-Germanism. He had no real "political" program and NationalSocialism was never more than a handy vehicle for Hitler to rise topower - one of the reasons it's never really revived (in any form)as a political force is because it never existed to begin with.Mussolini's Fascism, while better organized and more genuinelysocialist were also largely a nebulous concept. Stalin's Communismwas quite real and an actual political philosophy - although it'sdebatable as to whether Stalin was a committed Communist or whetherhe just used the party in the same way that Hitler used the NSDAP -namely as a vehicle for his personal advancement. Neither Hitler nor Stalin hated one another. In actuality theyadmired one another on a personal level - Stalin praised Hitler'sruthless commitment to purge Germany of opposition and Hitlerregarded Stalin as the only leader who was truly equal to him - ina very weird way these two remained connected right to the bitterend. Other minor points: Hitler was not a sickly child. He was a robust child who oftenfeigned sickness for his mother's attention (a lot like TeddyRoosevelt actually). Stalin's father did abandon his family. Hitler's father didn'tabandon his family - Hitler (and probably the World) would likelyhave been better off if he had abandoned them. I've read just about every history book there is on 20th centuryEuropean history. I don't recall ever reading that Hitler's motherwanted him to be a priest. Similarly, although Hitler's grammarschool was in a church, Hitler was not ever, in any way, enrolledin a Seminary or anything like it. Hitler greatly admired theCatholic Church's administrative structure and adopted much of itfor the Nazi Party but that's about it (and it was a good callsince the Church itself took its structure from the old ImperialRoman system - which was pretty damned good). Hitler was an excellent artist with a penchant for architecturalstudies. Stalin was not an artist of any particulat ability - hewas more noted as being a poet of some promise when he was younger. Hitler did graduate from High School but got drunk after hisgraduation and used his certificate/diploma as,,,um, well, toiletpaper (no this is the truth!) and when he was subsequently unableto produce the certificate he was ineligible for admission tohigher schools in Vienna. Hitler spent a cushy time in Landesburg Prison following the failedBeer Hall Putsch (imagine, he could've come to power ten fullyears' earlier than he did. What a mess that would've been).Stalin's imprisonment(s) were largely for general thuggery -bombings and armed robberies. Hitler was much more like Lenin thanhe was Stalin when it comes to his political career since both ofthese were the fountainheads of their political movements. Stalinwas much more of a political intriguer who picked his enemies offfrom within. Click on the related Question below to read 'What are thedifferences between Hitler and Stalin?' ( Full Answer )
Benito Mussolini never shared Hitler's obsession in wiping out theJews in Europe. In fact, by 1943, most of Italian Jewry was unaffected and leftalone, compared to what was happening in Germany and elsewhere. Maybe not at first but increasing cooperation with Nazi Germanyculminated in the 1939 Pact… of Steel. Influenced by Hitler,Mussolini began to introduce anti-Jewish legislation in Italy. Andnot just that BUT... Benito Mussolini was a fierce anti-Semite, whoproudly said that his hatred for Jews preceded Adolf Hitler's andvowed to "destroy them all," according to previously unpublisheddiaries by the Fascist dictator's longtime mistress. AND... ANTISEMITIC LEGISLATION : In part under pressure from Nazi Germany and in part fearing thattheir "revolution" was not perceived as "real" in the Italianpopulation, the Fascist regime passed antisemitic legislationbeginning in 1938. This legislation covered six areas: 1) definition of Jews 2) removal of Jews from government jobs, including teachers in thepublic schools 3) a ban on marriage between Jews and non-Jews 4) dismissal of Jews from the armed forces 5) incarceration of Jews of foreign nationality; and 6) the removal of Jews from positions in the mass media Not anti-Semitic? Where did you get your facts from deniersanonymous? I can understand your inability to comprehend our answers. I am astudent of World War II history and have lived in Germany and evenspeak the language. Mussolini NEVER EVER possessed the same degree of hatred of Jewrythat Hitler and others held. In 1942 when asked about anyanti-Jewish programs that were being carried out, includingconcentration camps, Mussolini confessed that he wasn't thatinterested in "dealing with the Jews". You have to keep in mindthat Mussolini early in his political career was a strong Socialistand journalist-not a rabid anti-semite! There had never been a hugenumber of Jews in Italy unlike Germany and majority of them werecertainly not wealthy or powerful. Mussolini was much moreinterested in getting the trains to run on time and to improve thenation's economy during the depression and to expand his Italianinfluence in Africa and the Mediterranean. _______________________________________________________________ I guess we can start with what they had in common. Both werefascist dictators who had their political roots formed in WWI.Major differences were that Adolf Hitler while wishing for Germanhegemony over Europe (and the world eventually) also had strongideological beliefs regarding the superiority of the Aryan raceover all others. Needless to say he did not even think Jews (amongothers) were human beings. He said they should be eradicated.Mussolini was more benign (for lack of a better word) in that hewas looking to share in the spoils of the war that Hitler startedand expected to win. His goal was to create a 20th century RomanEmpire in the Mediterranean. Another big difference between the twowere the populations under them. Hitler enjoyed the slavish supportof his people to the very end while Mussolini gradually lost theconfidence of his people (my grandmother excepted). Benito Mussolini never shared Hitler's obsession in wiping out theJews in Europe. In fact, by 1943, most of Italian Jewry was unaffected and leftalone, compared to what was happening in Germany and elsewhere.Mussolini, unlike Hitler, was a strong Socialist and a Journalistbefore he changed and help to organize the black shirts and theFascist Party in 1921. Mussolini, unlike Hitler, was fluent inseveral languages, including English and had travelled extensivelyaround Europe. Mussolini, to Hitler's astonishment, never arrestedthe King of Italy or had him overthrown and remained the head ofthe Italian republic. ( Full Answer )
they were haters They were all dictators. Mussolini and Hitler were fascist dictators and Stalin was a communist dictator they all committed many atrocities in aid of their regimes.
Mussolini and Hitler Hitler was a fan of Mussolini but he put his own spin on Fascism. Mussolini was fired by his party in Italy and no one in Germany would have dared to try that with Hitler. They were similar in the way that they both wanted to take over a certain country and eventually take …over the world. Also they were both watchful over the League of Natons. They are also similar in the way that they both lost and they both died in the end of all their chaos. ( Full Answer )
To what extent were Adolf Hitler of Germany and Benito Mussolini of Italy responsible for the outbreak of World War 2?
Neither Hitler nor Mussolini wanted World War II to happen, but both men deserve a share of responsibility for causing the war. Italy was, by any measure, a second-rate military power, but still had managed to earn worldwide condemnation for invading Ethiopia in 1935, and for its conduct of the w…ar that ensued there. Unable to achieve the quick victory he sought, even against barefoot, illiterate infantrymen and an Ethiopian air force that consisted of exactly 13 antiquated airplanes (and four pilots), Mussolini authorized the use of mustard gas and phosgene. Scattered by artillery shells and dropped from warplanes, these illegal gases were used against military and civilian targets. By signing the Tripartite Pact in 1940, Mussolini officially aligned himself with Hitler's Germany and with Japan, which had been conducting a war of aggression in Manchuria since 1931, and in China and Burma since 1937. But by 1939, there was little doubt as to "who was on whose side," with the exception of the Soviet Union. Germany, on the other hand, had become by 1939 the most militarily powerful nation in Europe. Hitler's aggression began in 1936 with the remilitarization of the Rheinland, in direct violation of the Treaty of Versailles. Under the pretense of rescuing "German-speaking populations," he followed this with annexations of the Sudetenland (western Czechoslovakia) and Austria. Finally, on September 1, 1939, Germany -- in collusion with the Soviet Union -- invaded Poland from the west. (Stalin invaded from the east; the two divided the country between them.) By treaty, both Great Britain and France were obligated to come to Poland's aid under these circumstances. Both dutifully declared war on Germany, though little in the way of battle took place until the next year. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Benito and Adolf did not like each other but they respected each others power, certainly Benito would have been interested in gaining more power.. In 1938, Germany occupied Austria in the Anschluss (forbidden by Versailles ). Hitler did not forewarn Mussolini about what he… was going to do and this upset Mussolini's belief that he was an equal partner. However, there was nothing Mussolini could do about the Nazi occupation of Austria and it was clear from 1938 on that Mussolini was definitely the minor partner in the relationship. . ( Full Answer )
They were all great, but terrible men. They killed millions of people, but were brilliant. Adolf Hitler was one of the greatest military minds of all time and an amazingly charismatic speaker. He was able to gain support from millions of people just by taking advantage of the fact that people were d…esperate. But, he brought the German people out of the great depression much faster than roosevelt could in America because he was smart and used the strengthening of the military to create jobs for people. Stalin, instead used rapid industrializatrion and communism to ensure people had jobs and made his country stronger. Both Mussolini and Hitler felt a need for expansion and their people experienced the loss of personal freedoms. They would make that sure anyone who spoke out against them ended up dead and Hitler even had thousands of books burned because he didnt want his people reading them. ( Full Answer )
He was the leader of the "Black Shirts" in Italy during the WW2, abombastic sort he became an ally of Hitler, he was later foundguilty of war crimes, so both he and his mistress were hanged upside down in the town square. He was a very animated speaker. He had a big ego and wanted toimpress others …such as Adolf Hitler. Then at other times he seemedto be fearful and ready to follow Hitler. He spoke 3 languages andcame out of the Munich Conference as the negotiator and the peacemaker. Then at another time, he ordered his army commanders toattack Somalia, Greece and Albania. At the first meeting with Hitler, Mussolini dressed in fullmilitary gear and showed off his armed forces, while Hitler wore adrab civilian overcoat. This meeting seemed to change the wayHitler dressed and presented himself. Mussolini's troops were alsothe first to use the stiff-armed salute and the goose-steppingmarch. Benito Museline was from WWII. He was the Italian fascist dictator. He was one of the most strickest men alive. Everything had to be perfect and eficent even the trains. If the trains were even off by even a minute he would take that conductor who was late then gather all the others and in person execute the conductor in front of everyone just to make his point. Benito Mussolini was the general for Italy, during world war II and a part of the Axis Powers. Benito Mussolini was later captured, executed, and hung upside down in the middle of the town square by guerrillas as he was trying to flee the country. Benito Mussolini was a dictator in Italy Okay, what were Benito Mussolini, okay well that doesn't make sense. But i can tell you that he was an Italian Dictator, Leader of a Fascist Party and was allied with Hitler. He is a very interesting fellow. If you are interested, look-up some documentaries on Youtube.com ( Full Answer )
My knowledge is limited but this is what i know so far,. -They both took control of newspapers and newsreels to advertise themselves.. -both cured a depression.. -promised "change" and "new ways to better the economy". -both were very motivational speakers. To be more specific:. -Jan. 30, 1933… - Hitler took control of the German Empire, on the same month Roosevelt became president of the United States.. -April 12, 1945 - Roosevelt suffers a cerebral hemorrhage and dies.. -April 30, 1945 - Hitler committed suicide, shooting himself in the mouth while simultaneously biting into a cyanide capsule along with wife Eva Braun. ( Full Answer )
Hitler mostly used propaganda to promote nationalism. He assigned Joseph Goebbels a s his propaganda guy. He then set up radios in all the streets so that everyone could listen to Hitler. They could also limit everything that everyone heard. Made the Jews look bad through nationalism also.
Answer . During World War II, they were the leaders (and, with the exception of the democratically-elected Churchill, the dictators) of Germany, Italy, the Soviet Union (Russia) and the United Kingdom (Great Britain), respectively.
Adolf Hitler was a cruel, cruel man who killed over 12 million people during World War II. He was the reason for the holocaust, and the reason for WWII when the Nazi Party invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. Hitler was the dictator of Germany and helped Germany out of their low economy that was cau…sed from World War I, and blamed all European Jews for the cause of their depression. He killed 6,000,000 Jews and another 6,000,000 disabled peoples, gypsies, people with other religious groups, homosexuals, and anyone who was against himself. His plan was to wipe out the entire race of Jews which was called the final solution. He only wanted a race called the Aryan race who were Germans with blue eyes and blonde hair to be in Europe. He also wanted to gain control of the whole continent of Europe, and slowly take over the world. Sounds ridiculous, right? there are so many other cruel statements about Hitler which I inspire you to look up because it is very interesting. Benito Mussolini was an Italian dictator who was allies with Hitler. He ran the Italian economy poorly and many Italians hated this about him. He was shot and killed at the age of 61. ( Full Answer )
Hitler became chancellor with dictatorial powers in 1933 and took absolute power in 1934. Mussolini became dictator in 1925 and was arrested in 1943, which ended his era of dictator of Italy. Although Mussolini was dictator of the Italian Social Republic from 1943 to 1945.
It's technically a matter of opinion. Adolf Hitler is probably mostly known for the holocaust and what he did to the Jews. Mussolini would do anything for power and killed, beat, and humiliated people just to get it. Stalin send out Billion of his people to war and most them did not last during the… War. keep iht ahh buckk ; ii thinkk the worst thingg hee didd wass walk around wiht dahtt thinqq hee called ah mustashee -_- don't forget barack Hussein Obama ( Full Answer )
They were both dictators that were had no particular interest in the means of production within the country. That is they were Happy to let private industry operate the economy within limits set by them. however they maintained complete control over the direction of the country.
Hitler had been an enlisted man during WWI (and decorated with the IRON CROSS). WWII, for him, was also vengence against France and the allies for Germany's defeat in the first world war.. Mussolini was trying to revitalize the "Roman Empire" within Italy.. Tojo, through the Emperor, was trying to… control all (or most) of Asia, to control those area's raw materials, so as NOT to rely on other countries for import. To make Japan "self-sustaining." ( Full Answer )
The "influence" was not a direct influence. For Example; Mussolini didn't go talk to Hitler, telling him that he should create a dictatorship along side him. It was more of Hitler looking upon the work of Mussolini and imitating Mussolini and adding his own style in order to take over the German Gov…ernment. Some of the ways that Mussolini influenced Hitler : 1. Mussolini over trough the Italian government trough a political scheming. hitler was also inspired by his speeches and if you compare the way he would over power the crowds it was very similar. I think that they were both against Judaism aswell but i am not completely sure because i got that of a really dodgy website so you might want to look it up. ( Full Answer )
Both were cold blooded dictators but Fidel kept his intentions for his country unlike Adolph who kept his intentions for the world.
They were both dictators that hated communism and democracy, but that's where the similarities end. Mussolini loved women, wine and children and there is evidence that he wasn't racist. Hitler was a bitter, workaholic racist who wasn't interested in sex.
One of the goals that Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito shared werethe desire for world domination. They were all dictators and theyall wanted to expand their power through invading other countries.
well, for starters Mussolini was the Italian dictator while Hitler was the German (although Austrian born.) and Mussolini was stricly facist, while Hitler was nazi.
Mussolini was the leader and ideologist of the first fascist movement, and became the first fascist to take power when he became Prime Minister of Italy in 1922. He is also known for making Italy one of the Axis powers in World War II and for launching an unsuccessful attempt to colonize Ethiopia.
Hitler appreciated Mussollini's style of leadership. He ruled his people by making sure they feared him - something you would recognize in Hitler's actions. Mussolini used World War 1 veterans as those who he trusted for guidance (not the word I want) - which were called the "Black Shirts". Hitler's… version were the "Brown Shirts" or the Nazis. These are examples of Mussollini's influence upon Hitler's ruling style.. Here is a link that reflects some of the communication between the men leading toward and during World War 2. Keep in mind they were allied during the war in an effort to rule the world. ( Full Answer )
Adolf Hitler V.S Vladimir Lenin Creation of a party within a government: National Socialist Party 1919 The Social Democratic Party Using Economics to gain support: New Economic Policy 1921 Employment Miracle: 1939 Revolutions: Munich Beer Hall Putsch (1923) 1917 Revolutions (Apr…il, July, September, October) Using weakness of previous government: Weimar Republic after 1929 Wall street crash Provisional Government's weakness in authority ( Full Answer )
Adolf Hitler- the German dictator during World War 2 who promised to break the Treaty of Versailles and restore Germany's pride. Benito Mussolini- Italian dictator during World War 2 that rose to power because he promised to revive the economy during the Great Depression. He also promised to revive… the glory of the Roman Empire. ( Full Answer )
Although it would seem that these three men shared a lot in common that is not really the case; their countries and not them shared much in common. Either way, they were part of facist regimes, although Hirohito's power much more limited than Hitler's or Mussolini's. All three wanted to pursue an ex…pansionist policy and were very nationalistic. Their positions in government differ though; Hitler was nominal and effective head of state, Mussolini was only effective head of state because Italy had a king, and Hirohito was nominal and sometimes the effective head of state. ( Full Answer )
Both were fascist dictators. Italy and Germany were both very heavily armed countries, due to their rulers' ambitions. Both rulers died in 1945, in WWII, a conflict that they were part of. Both looked to have an overseas Empire, possibly in Africa or Russia. Both hated communism.
Both were dictators that took power from a monarch. However, one was communist and one was a facsist.
Il Duce, ( the leader, guide, chief) was NOT a Nazi. He was the founder of the Facisti ( Fascists) He was a Fascist, but NOt a Nazi, but was allied with Adolf.
Answer . Mussolini signed the pact with Hitler on 22 May, 1939. He had gotten a promise from Hitler that Germany would not start a war for 3 years and give Italy time to build up their arms. Italy ordered 6 battleships and additional munitions factories. \n. \nOn 1 September 1939, Germany inva…ded Poland. The Germans took Belgium, then invaded Norway and Denmark. \n. \nOn June 10,1940, Mussolini gave a fiery speech to annouce that Italy was joing the fight. After German troops entered Paris on 14th June, Mussolini ordered the invasion of France to start on the 18th but due to delays, the attack did not start until 4 days before France had surrendered.\n. \nNot to be out down by Hitler, Mussolini launched the invasion of British Somaliland on 3 August 1940 with 40,000 men from Ethiopia. On 13 September, his desert army in Libya crossed into Egypt. Without informing Hitler, he launched an attack into Greece. \n. \nThen the war really got started. ( Full Answer )
in different parts they where considered differently but i think Hitler was the one who came up with taking over the world of redeamning Germany (treaty of Versailles). Hitler was Germany Tojo was japan mussolnin was Italy and Stalin was soviet union
The Italians and the Nazis had a Fascist government or dictatorship, . the Italians are fascist . the Germans are another type of fascist only it is called nazism because they are rascist K.O. Jones
1. They have the same Chinese zodiac (The Ox) 2. They're both great political / military leaders 3. They were both short. 4. Both wanted to conquer Europe. 5. Both had Great Britain as an enemy. 6. Both invaded Russia and failed. 7. Both were hated by their former subjects. 8. Both fail…ed in their conquest. 9. Both controlled vast amounts of territory. 10. Both had absolute power in their respective countries. ( Full Answer )
what they have in common is is that they were all dictators in one place or another Hitler was responsible of the deaths of 6 million Jews Stalin in my case was the good guy and Mussolini he was just a dictator !
The alliance between Hitler, Mussolini, and Kurusu - Japan's foreign ambassador - was formed on September 27, 1940. It came to be known as the Tripartite (German; Literally; "Three Party") Pact. Other names included were: Tripartite Alliance Axis Pact Three-Way Pact
They had a friendly relationship because their leadership styles were similar - terrorize their subjects until they fear you. Italy, Japan, and Germany also had a 3-way Pact (known officially as the Tripartite Pact). They formulated it in 1940.
Not between all three. There was little connection between Mussolini and Stalin, as there was little they could give each other. Hitler admired Mussolini greatly, taking his idea of fascism and putting a spin on it to create Nazi Germany. Stalin and Hitler had agreed on the Molotov Ribbentrop Pact, …signed just before World War 2 started, and saw that both Germany and the Soviet Union remain neutral to each other in the event that either nation were attacked by a third party (another country). It ended in late June 1941 when Germany invaded the Soviet Union. ( Full Answer )
No. In fact they strongly opposed it. The Nazis were very anti-communist and so were the fascists in Italy. Hitler even accused the communists of being Jews.
Why did adolf hitler and benito mussolini provide aid to the nationalist during the spanish civil war?
To give their newly-built armies and air-forces some active service experience, to test the men, the equipment and the administrative systems.
i think the people are easily manipulated by public speakers. Also, the speakers had so much power that they can use what ever means to avoid anything that comes against them.
Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy during WWII. He was born in Forli, Italy, in 1883
Both hitler and gaddafi for the evil things they done, gaddafi and hitler killed inicent people for no reason
They both ran a country through a war, and were both hated by most members of the apposing side. Of course, Lincoln was a great man who fought to end slavery, while Hitler tried to commit genocide.
Why did Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini provide aid to the Nationalists during the Spanish Civil War?
There were three main reasons: 1) They agreed politically with the Fascists (nationalists) and sought to make Spain their ally in Europe. 2) They wanted to test their latest advancements in military technology. 3) They wanted to test this equipment along with the strategies they had developed, to s…ee how they worked in actual combat. The German and Italian "advisors" studied the tactics used and were able to train their own armies. Some German armed forces took part in the fighting, and Franco returned the favor by supplying a brigade of soldiers to the German Army during the battles with the Soviets in World War II. ( Full Answer )
Both evil dictators who had lots of people imprisoned, enslaved, tortured and killed. Hundreds of thousands in Kim Jong Il's case, millions in Hitler's case. However, the difference is that Hitler was a Nazi whereas Kim Jong Il was a Communist like Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot.
He greatly admired Mussolini and occasionally tried to copy thingsthat Mussolini had previously done- notably, Hitler's "Beer HallPutsch" was his attempt to copy Mussolini's "March on Rome".Hitler's admiration continued even when he became dictator ofGermany, although Mussolini did not return the lo…ve. Once Mussolini began invading other countries, and Hitler was theonly world leader to express support for him, did Mussolini finallyrelent and become friends and allies with the Nazi leader. ( Full Answer )
It was B Mussolini wanted to expand his country to challenge theSoviet Union, but Hitler wanted to expand his country to increasetrade with the Soviet Union.
How did the political situation in Europe after World War 1 contribute to both Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler being able to rise to power?
It caused a sense of uncertainty in both Italy and Germany and made people want a strong leader. Hitler exploited German nationalism, while Mussolini offered stability to Italy after a period of economic stagnation partly caused by socialist and communist agitation.
HOW WAS FRANCISCO FRANCOS RULE OF SPAIN DIFFERENT FROM THE RULE OF ADOLF HITLER AND BENITO MUSSOLINI?
Although Franco was a Fascist like Hitler and Mussolini, Spainremained neutral during World War 2.
Which type of political system did V.I. Lenin Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini establish in their countries?
Lenin led the creation of the world's first Communist country,the Soviet Union. . Mussolini was the leader of Fascism in Italy. . Hitler was the leader of Nazism in Germany. . All three systems wound up being different versions of brutal,authoritarian governments.