What were their differences in Hitler and Stalin?
Hitler just took over by voting and his famous speeches. Stalin on the other hand just got power by his family's power.
Stalin was the dictator of the Soviet Union, while Hitler was the dictator of Germany. It's estimated that the death toll of people who were killed by Stalin is approximately 20 million. Hitler killed six million Jewish people during the Holocaust. They eventually became enemies when Hitler's army violated a pact saying that Hitler and Stalin promise not to invade each other's countries and fight against each other. Most people say that Stalin was history's…
they both killed millions of people Stalin actually would kill more people than Hitler. Both Stalin and Hitler had a bad childhood mostly because of their fathers. they were also great at using propaganda. Hitler and Stalin had a non aggression pact but it ended on June 22, 1941 and Stalin would end up defeating Hitler in WWII.
Yes, he most certanily was. Hitler met with Stalin on several ocassions to have furious gay sex with him. Actually, it's said that Hitler commited suicide partly because Stalin wouldn't sleep with him after Hitler invading Russia. Stalin neglected this though, and strongly proclaimed that he would continue to bang Hitler, even though that he had tried to overthrow his country.
Hitler and Stalin Hitler's father was a cruel angry man who beat Adolph regularly. At the age of 10 Adolph was in a coma for a week due to one of these episodes. Adolph sang in his church choir, loved to paint and wanted to be a priest. His father refused to allow him to follow his wishes and told him he must join the military. Stalin had a similar life. His father had broken…
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.