What tactics do totalitarian dictators use to gain and keep power?
Dictators will always do the following:
1) CONTROL THE PRESS (MEDIA): They don't want the people to know what is going on outside their borders, and the people get the government's spin on all matters. Control the press (and media), control the minds of the people.
2) SEIZE THE INTELLIGENCIA: The intellectually elite will share ideas, and dictatorships hate a thinking people.
3) SECRET POLICE: The Secret Police are the key to a dictatorship. They are the ones who keep the local people affraid, who will cultivate the neighborhood spies who report on those speaking out against the government. The Secret Police will then make a show of arresting the subversive, which will make others think twice about speaking out aganist the government.
4) MILITARY BUY IN: Without the "Buy In" of the Military, a dictatorship is doomed. The dictator must keep them happy and make sure they will enforce then dictator's policies, as well as brutally put down any revolts. The Military can't have a consious, but follwo their leadership's orders.
The people would gain the idea that the government is the answer to everything, using totalitarian tactics such as censorship, media bans, violence, etc..
Fascist totalitarian leaders did not gain power during WWII. They came to power before the war. It was largely their actions once in power that resulted in that war.
they take control of the military
Some dictators rise to power in an election like hitler but then use the military to gain power. some are born into it like a monarchy but still use the military to take controll of everything
Dictator gains militaristic footholds and enforces himself as leader.
There were many dictators during the 1930s because many countries didnt have much power at the time so they needed someone to take control and gain power for their country.
They promised to bring them out of the Great Depression.
he didn't use force
because of strong gonernment
They both had a hand in the countries goverments to help them rise and gain more power
the dictators wanted to gain more power and, they thought that their race was the Aryan Supremacy
Dictators come to power primarily during time of national weakness, such as economic downturns and during national emergencies. They take advantage of the surge of emotion during those times, and convince people that they need to give up some of their freedom, or cast the blame on a certain group, and that they will take care of them. After they have the people's help to gain power, they quickly dismantle laws that could ever cast… Read More
Why did the dictators and totalitarian governments gain control of Germany Italy the Soviet Union and japan?
Dictatorships/Totalitarian governments were established in Germany, Italy, the Soviet Union and Japan due to their condition after World War I. All of these countries suffered large amounts of destruction and damage and were having trouble rebuilding and the citizens of these countries were struggling. So when Dictators, such as Hitler and Mussolini, promised to get the country up and running and "restore their post-World War I glory," they received the support they needed to gain… Read More
they took control of the military and or they took control of an higher class person like a king and made them believe what they said
Well during War War 2 Hitler was elected so was the Italian dictator and i believe the Japanese and they gained power by capturing other countries
They dressed like ghosts and they staged mob attacks on homes at night.
Generally a tyrant gains power through brutal tactics and military force. Killing is a popular method (as the previous ruler must often be killed).
Most of the countries who were isolated let the dictators gain more power by choosing to separate themselves.
most of the time, dictators make a smokescreen and try to make people believe that they are friendlt but inside they r nor
Tojo was an army officer. He gradutated from the military academy in 1905, became a general in 1933, and was APPOINTED to the war ministry in 1940. The man that had the "power and kept it" was the Emperor.
Hitler was very smart for one thing and he gave the people of Austria and Germany what they wanted but the reason dictators get so far in their own dictatorship is because they usually know what the people want.
Dictators would use fear, in order to gain control of their victims.
Generally power is expressed in watts. The gain is the ratio of the output power to the input power. Gain = (output power)/(input power) if the gain is expressed in terms of log(base10) it is known as Decibel power gain Decibel power gain = Log10(Gain)dB if 1milliwatt power is taken as reference then Decibel power gain = Log10(Output power/1 milliwatt)dBm
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Japan was the totalitarian nation that invaded Manchuria. This attack occurred in 1931 because Japan was trying to gain control over China for the entire province.
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Sam Walton is a charasmatic leader. One who has socialized power and uses referent, expert, rational, and personal inspirational influencing tactics to gain influence.
We don't have your chart. Many things threaten world peace. Arms buildup, dictators trying to gain more power, and the lack of communication with other nations.
to gain total control of the desired contry. This is usually done through propaganda and violence
By WWII and Comunist tactics!
Totalitarian means that the person in charge has complete control over ANY matter that occurs in the country in which he/she rules. (It is a comparative term, since no dictator can control the entire population to the smallest detail. But some dictators are more concerned with their own affairs, using their positions for personal gain without actively interfering in the day-to-day affairs of the public. Communism in the Soviet Union was definitely totalitarian in nature… Read More
communism was rising, and people did not want to lose their businesses or their class rights. so they elected fascist dictators to govern instead of communists. they didn't like fascism, but liked it better than communism.
They took their problems to court, and tried to solve from there
how did the kiings gain of power in europe
He gained power by electing president.That's what all presidents do to gain a lot of power!
do government leaders in china gain power
Totalitarian governments usually convince their people two support them in two ways: (1) propaganda extolling the virtues of the state and repressing/torturing the dissent and (2) creating a scapegoat or focusing extensively on a genuine threat that the totalitarian regime can claim to be fighting in the people's name.
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Answer 1 Dictators can gain popular support by blaming the problems of their nation on a scapegoat. In general people like the idea of blaming their problems on someone else. That exonerates them from facing their own personal responsibility. If sacrifices need to be made, people usually prefer for someone else to have to make them. Answer 2 It helps to unite the people against a common enemy, and add to their power.
Morocco wanted to gain power over Western Sahara.
it used legal and illegal methods
The spread of communism throughout America was a main concern in the 1930s. Also the Great Depression happened in this time period, which crippled the world's economy. Totalitarian leaders were started to gain power. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin were all gaining power. All of these political events eventually lead to WWII.
The power gain of an amplifier having an input of 20W and an output of 20mW is 0.001. Expressed in decibels, that is a gain of -30db. (log2 0.001 * 3) If you meant an output power of 20MW (mega instead of milli), the gain is 1,000,000, or +60db.
The eastern European states tended to be smaller, poorer, and with less stable central governments that could be easily overtaken by a coup d'etat. Generally, these dictatorships were able to move in and take control of the military and there was little the people of the countries could do about it.
Nova Net Review Test Answer: Dictators took advantage of the economic vulnerability to gain supporters.
It helped people gain power. For example Hitler used propaganda to gain power.
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He used non-violence, non-cooperation, boycotting, and silent protesting
Cleopatra was a struggling queen of Egypt, who became Caesar's mistress in order to gain power. Cleopatra was a struggling queen of Egypt, who became Caesar's mistress in order to gain power. Cleopatra was a struggling queen of Egypt, who became Caesar's mistress in order to gain power. Cleopatra was a struggling queen of Egypt, who became Caesar's mistress in order to gain power. Cleopatra was a struggling queen of Egypt, who became Caesar's mistress… Read More
What trait was unique to the totalitarian regime in the soviet union compared with other totalitarian governments of the 1930s?
"It was belief in master race" In my oppion the time wasted to kill the jews wasnt nessary in the sense that they could gain the tittle master race its very stupid and retared to think that.