Germany in WW2
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Who was more ruthless Mussolini Hitler or Stalin?

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Stalin killed the most people, and it made little difference to him what ethnic or religious background they had. He was paranoid and was determined to purge everyone he perceived as being an enemy of his. Mussolini and Hitler were racists and egocentrics in their own right.

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