Totalitarian regimes often employ a range of tactics to maintain control and suppress dissent. These can include censorship of media and information, propaganda to shape public opinion, surveillance and monitoring of citizens, persecution of political opponents, control over education and cultural institutions, and the use of force and violence to instill fear and maintain obedience. These tactics are aimed at maintaining absolute control over all aspects of society and suppressing any opposition to the regime.
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Well, I would research any and all possible countries that you know had a totalitarian leader and then narrow it down to that leaders specific type of ruling. Here's a few countries to get your started:
The Dominican Republic, Rafael Trujillo, 40's
Germany, Adolf Hitler, 40's
Cold War Russia, 80's
Russia (during Red Scares part I and II)
Uganda, Present day
North Korea, Kim Jong Ill, Present day
Also, my guess is that you are doing this for homework. In that case you should gather all your notes from class sort through them and look for the answer in there.
yeah during WWII
Adolf Hitler was leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party known as the Nazi party.
Canada Feigns a Representative Democratic Government very well but due to no intrenched method of removal of corrupt officials and overwhelming apathy of the Canadian people. It is more pragmatic to call Canada a Machiavellian dream state that poses as Democratic. The legal system is a merger of French and English laws and so it is overtly complex, costly, tedious and vastly ineffective from the top all the way down, also there is no way to get rid of corruption from the top to the bottom.
During the Great Depression, people believed anything that sounded good. When Hitler came into power, he used two tactics. The first is that is voice caught people's ears, and the second was that Hitler had the Gestapo, and the Brown shirts (people named that protected Hitler that wore brown shirts), so any opposition was crushed, so finally that's how Hitler Established a totalitarian.
Stalin’s rule in the USSR was clearly totalitarian, but he didn’t establish it as much as continue with the existing system that he took over.
The totalitarian state that Adolf Hitler established in Germany included Hitler himself as chancellor, or head, of the German government. The government controlled the press, religion, and schools.
Totalitarian rule means that the government controls every aspect of its citizens' lives. It's the opposite of liberty, which means that citizens are free to do what they want as long as they respect the rights of others. Laws are made to define, for example, that your right to swing your fist stops before it reaches my nose. An example of rule in a totalitarian state is the presence of secret police who arrest you for anything at all and imprison you without a trial. That's how concentration camps (in Germany) and the gulag (in the Soviet Union) got established.
Joseph Stalin became the Soviet leader through a process. He was given his initial power by Lenin at his death. However, Lenin wanted Leon Trotsky to rule the Soviet Union. Stalin hid this fact. He then allied other leaders and isolated his main enemy, Leon Trotsky. He eventually succeeded in having Trotsky expelled from the party (and later the entire country), He then repeated the process to eliminate all threats until he was made the absolute ruller of the Soviet Union.
By using police terror, destroying enemies of Stalin, monitoring telephone lines, reading mail, and planting informants.
Dictators were able to rise to power easily during the 1930s because of the recent World War and a world-wide depression. Many people were seeking economic stability, a surplus of food, a strong leader to help them, and some national pride. This is just what dictators like Hitler, Stalin, and Tojo offered.
Japan was hit hard by the Great Depression and fell into a deep economic crisis. They had a severe lack of money, food, and other imported supplies. Unable to solve their problems, they turned to a military dictatorship in 1932.
because the ctar was an aweful person
Another word for it is stimulation. The propagandist tries to stimulate others to accept without challenge his own assertions, or to act as he wants them to do. The idea of using suggestion or stimulation as a Propaganda device is that it will lead a public to accept a proposition even though there are not logical grounds for accepting it. The propagandist usually tries to side-step critical reactions from his audience, and therefore suggestion is one of his most important tools.
Germany was poor after ww1 so he blamed the jews
In the sense that it is ruled by one person or group of people who do not answer to the population and recognise no limits to their authority.
The Korean people can vote for their rulers but as no opposition is allowed to the ruling party they have no other choice.
The first totalitarian state was Italy, which was created by Mussolini.
Hitler was a dictator, he wanted the throne to be only his. while Stalin wanted Russia to be a democratic country.