Asked in World War 1ItalyTotalitarianism
World War 1
Why did people in Germany and Italy and Russia support totalitarian states after World War I?
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How were the governments of Germany Italy Japan and Russia similar?
The similitary between Germany, Italy, Japan and Russia is that they were all totalitarian governments, or governments in which the people are restricted in their freedoms and the government has total control. The differences of course, were that Russia was Communist; Japan Imperialist; and Germany and Italy Fascist.
How did Stalin transform Russia into a totalitarian state?
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Totalitarianism
What four countries were ruled by totalitarian during world war 2?
Germany (Adolf Hitler) and Russia (Josef Stalin). Many people believe Italy was a totalitarian government, but historians aren't sure whether Mussolini intended to have complete control over the people. Another possibly totalitarian government was Japan under Hirohito's rule. However, most people don't believe it was a totalitarian government.
Asked in Totalitarianism
What method do totalitarian governments use to gain the support of people?
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.
How did Hitler and the Nazi Party establish and maintain a totalitarian government in Germany?
Asked in Definitions
System using terror to intimidate is called?
Asked in US Constitution, Totalitarianism
Why do people accept totalitarian government?
People often accept a totalitarian government for a number of reasons. Firstly, a nation can find itself under a totalitarian government incrementally. In these cases, a government slowly erodes the liberties of the society and moves towards totalitarianism. Germany in the 1930s is an example of this. Another reason is that the people simply cannot do anything about a totalitarian government. One of the key properties of a totalitarian government is the repression of the population by the government, thus making it very hazardous to so much as speak out against the regime.
How was Hitler able to control and support Germany after he became dictator?
Asked in Italy, Europe, Population
Where do most people live today is it U.K. Germany Italy or Russia?
Asked in Immigration
The third wave of immigration involved people from where?
Asked in United Kingdom
Who do the people have they ability to elect in the United Kingdom Germany and russia?
Asked in World War 1, The Romanovs, Decade - 1910s
Why did Bolshevik leaders in Russia seek peace with Germany in 1917?
In 1917, the revolution transferred their support of Alexander Kerensky to Valdimir Lenin. The Russian people despised the war that the tsar had gotten them into because it created starvation and misery. Thus, Lenin promised to the end the war with Germany, so when he came into power, the first thing he did was sign an armistice that released thousands of Germany troops from Russia.
Asked in Europe
What country in Europe has the largest population?
Germany has the largest population in Europe. Russia is a transcontinental country, spanning both Europe and Asia. About 110,000,000 of Russia's people live in European Russia (over 75% of the total population), making Russia the most populated country in Europe. Disregarding Russia, Germany is the most populated country in Europe with about 82,000,000. Germany
Asked in History of Russia, Vladimir Lenin, Communism
Why was it hard for Germany to send Lenin back to Russia?
It was hard to send Lenin back because Lenin was in Switzerland at the time and Germany was at war with Russia. Germany couldn't just send him through the font lines because of the fighting. In addition, Germany did not want to be seen as provoking rebellion in Russia lest its own people in Germany decided to make their own revolution against the Kaiser.
Asked in International Government, Totalitarianism
What rights do people give up when they accept totalitarian rule?
Asked in History of Russia, Vladimir Lenin
What did Vladimir Lenin promise the people of Russia to gain their support for the revolution?
What was the purpose of increasing patriotism in a totalitarian regime?