Differences and Similarities Between Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Josef Stalin
they shared 2 things they were greedy, and murderers! Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin were all dictators with very different principles. Hitler's principle was the cultural and biological superiority of the Aryan peoples. Mussolini's was a more of a nationalism based on remembering Rome's glory. Along with Stalin's principle, which was a fundamental principle, Marxism-Leninism. They all started with very different first principles, but they all actually wound up running very similar totalitarian states.
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Stalin and Hitler Similarities Striking Similarities They hated each other: Hitler hated Stalin. Stalin hated Hitler.
They were dictators: (Mussolini and) Hitler were fascist dictators and Stalin was a communist dictator they all committed many atrocities in aid of their regimes.
Politically there was a great difference between the three leaders. Hitler was a true Nationalist who firmly believed in the concept of Pan-Germanism. He had no real "political" program and National Socialism was never more than a handy vehicle for Hitler to rise to power - one of the reasons it's never really revived (in any form) as a political force is because it never existed to begin with. Mussolini's Fascism, while better organized and more genuinely socialist were also largely a nebulous concept. Stalin's Communism was quite real and an actual political philosophy - although it's debatable as to whether Stalin was a committed Communist or whether he just used the party in the same way that Hitler used the NSDAP - namely as a vehicle for his personal advancement.
Neither Hitler nor Stalin hated one another. In actuality they admired one another on a personal level - Stalin praised Hitler's ruthless commitment to purge Germany of opposition and Hitler regarded Stalin as the only leader who was truly equal to him - in a very weird way these two remained connected right to the bitter end.
Other minor points:
Hitler was not a sickly child. He was a robust child who often feigned sickness for his mother's attention (a lot like Teddy Roosevelt actually).
Stalin's father did abandon his family. Hitler's father didn't abandon his family - Hitler (and probably the World) would likely have been better off if he had abandoned them.
I've read just about every history book there is on 20th century European history. I don't recall ever reading that Hitler's mother wanted him to be a priest. Similarly, although Hitler's grammar school was in a church, Hitler was not ever, in any way, enrolled in a Seminary or anything like it. Hitler greatly admired the Catholic Church's administrative structure and adopted much of it for the Nazi Party but that's about it (and it was a good call since the Church itself took its structure from the old Imperial Roman system - which was pretty damned good).
Hitler was an excellent artist with a penchant for architectural studies. Stalin was not an artist of any particulat ability - he was more noted as being a poet of some promise when he was younger.
Hitler did graduate from High School but got drunk after his graduation and used his certificate/diploma as,,,um, well, toilet paper (no this is the truth!) and when he was subsequently unable to produce the certificate he was ineligible for admission to higher schools in Vienna.
Hitler spent a cushy time in Landesburg Prison following the failed Beer Hall Putsch (imagine, he could've come to power ten full years' earlier than he did. What a mess that would've been). Stalin's imprisonment(s) were largely for general thuggery - bombings and armed robberies. Hitler was much more like Lenin than he was Stalin when it comes to his political career since both of these were the fountainheads of their political movements. Stalin was much more of a political intriguer who picked his enemies off from within.
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1.The Diary of Anne Frank was written by Annelise Marie Frank who was born in Frankfurt, Germany, on June 12, 1929 2. For her 13th birthday, her parents gave her a diary which she called Kitty. 3. A bit before this, the Frank family (Otto, dad; Edith, mom; and Margot Betti, Anne's sister, who was about four years older than Anne) went into hiding in the attic above Otto's work- place. 4. They hid there for two years. 5. They were found by the German Nazis and were sent to Concentration Camps. 6. Margot and Anne were sent first to Auschwitz, then to Bergen-Belsen where the girls stayed together as much as possible. 7. They were ill treated (given little food and were forced to work very long hours) 8. Seven months after her arrest, Margot Frank died from typhus. 9. Within a few days of the death of her sister, Anne Frank died from Typhus. 10. The only person out of her family to survive was her father, Otto Frank.11. He was given Anne's diary and published parts of it in 1947. 12. It was translated into English in 1952. 13. Only recently (after Otto's death) was the whole of Anne's diary published. 14. Anne Frank was born on 12th July 1929 in Frankfurt,Germany. 15. She had an older sister called Margot Betti, who was born in 1926. 16. Anne was part of the family business which worked by banking and the manufacture of cough drops. 17. In 1933 Anne, Margot, her father (Otto Frank) and her mother (Edith Frank) moved to Amsterdam. 18. By her thirteenth birthday Nazis were taking over Amsterdam and making anti-Jewish rules, and she was Jewish! 19. She went to a Montessori school. 20. Then because of the anti-Jewish laws, she moved to a Jewish Lyceum where she quickly started to adjust. 21.When World War II started, her father and some of his office friends created an annex in the office. The family then stayed there in hiding. 22. Their mother died from starvation because she was giving most of her food to her two daughters.
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On the "Allies" side : Mainly the US, Russia, and Great Britain, along with France, China, Canada. Poland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, the Netherlands, Czechslovakia, Belgium, Denmark and Norway also joined the allies. The Soviet Union was initially part of the Axis Powers but switched sides so did Finland and Romania. By 1945, almost the whole world were at war with the Axis. In all, there was a total of 51 allied nations by the end of the war.
On the "Axis" side: primarily Germany, Italy, and Japan. The axis also included minor powers such as Finland, Slovenia, Hungary, Manchkuo, Romania, Thailand, Persia and more.
~Italy also changed sides half way through the war. (Correction= Italy surrendered halfway through the war and had to give resources to avoid invasion)
~Also To Add To The Allies List Is The German Resistance Yes Germany helped the allies. Most of Them were Originally From the German Empire, but quit when the Nazi party took over Germany
The major axis powers during World War II were German, Japan and Italy. The allies, who opposed the axis powers, were comprised of the Soviet Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium.
The following nations made up the Axis Powers (Allies of Germany) during the Second World War. The major powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan.
Spain (did not participate in war, but was supporting the Axis)
Croatia (after the fall of Yugoslavia and gaining indepedence in 1941)
AlbaniaAnswerGermany's allies in WW2 were Austria (as part of Germany), Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Iraq, Romania, Slovakia, Thailand, Germany, Italy and Japan also had a number of puppet states that provided assistance such as Albania, Vichy France, Spain, Portugal, Burma. And a number of countries provided soldiers for Waffen SS. Gemany and her allies were called the axis powers her allies were Italy and japan
The AXIS Powers were the enemy of the United States during WWII. Italy from 1941 until 1943 (Italy surrendered first); Germany and Japan until 1945.
The main Axis members were, Japan, Germany, Italy.
The Axis powers were the enemies of the US and the Allied Forces in World War 2. These are the nations they fought against:
Bulgaria · Croatia · Finland · Germany · Hungary · Iraq · Italy · Italian Social Republic · Japan · Manchukuo · Romania ·Slovakia · Thailand · Vichy France
On 8 December 1941, the War Cabinet of His Majesty's Government authorized the immediate declaration of war on Japan, following the Japanese attacks on Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong. The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Anthony Eden was in transit to Moscow at the time, so Winston Churchill was in charge of the Foreign Office. The text of his letter to the Japanese Ambassador was as follows:
On the evening of December 7th His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom learned that Japanese forces without previous warning either in the form of a declaration of war or of an ultimatum with a conditional declaration of war had attempted a landing on the coast of Malaya and bombed Singapore and Hong Kong.
In view of these wanton acts of unprovoked aggression committed in flagrant violation of International Law and particularly of Article I of the Third Hague Convention relative to the opening of hostilities, to which both Japan and the United Kingdom are parties, His Majesty's Ambassador at Tokyo has been instructed to inform the Imperial Japanese Government in the name of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom that a state of war exists between our two countries.
I have the honour to be, with high consideration, Sir,Your obedient servant,Winston S. Churchill
Of the letter, Churchill later wrote: "Some people did not like this ceremonial style. But after all when you have to kill a man it costs nothing to be polite.
Italy fell first, in July 1943. From then on, Italy was officially fighting with the Allies, although Nazi Germany effectively garrisoned the country and fought to keep it as though it was German territory.
Nazi Germany collapsed in late April, 1945. V-E Day was May 8, 1945.
The Pacific war against Japan continued until August. V-J Day was August 15, 1945.
It helped the British in the war against Germany. It provided the allies with supplies and weapons.
allied powers:U.S,Great Britain,France,And The Soviet Union
Axis powers:Germany,Italy,and Japan
The Corpo Aereo Italiano is credited by most sources as many as 15,but both the German as well as Italian aviators who operated R.A. craft under Luftwaffe command downed or damanged over a couple of hundred more,and of course it is know to everyone only all too well,killed or wounded many Allied Airmen and achieved some very horrific damnage to both property and military fascilities in both cost and destruction with the targets they succeeded in hitting.-Source:In the Skies over Europe Air Forces Allied to the Luftwaffe by Hans Werner Neulen
The major change which occurred in Europe after W.W.2 was that Winston Churchill called for a kind of United States of Europe to prevent any further war between countries of that continant.This resulted in the Treaty of Rome 1956, which was essentially a political union solely for the prevention of war. This later developed into the European Economic Union,(E.E.U) or "Common Market" In its early stages many problems arose, such as "Butter mountains" and "Wine lakes", of food excess to requirements,which if allowed onto the open market in Europe would have caused prices to drop and economic disaster. these kind of problems came about because they were trying to make an econimic thing out of a simply political treaty. Now the E.E.C. is a major player in world affairs,the cultural,societal changes were not so obvious. The British people for instance are now told that they are part of Europe (European) something which they have never felt before, they were always British. the others were Europe, a distinct difference, which they disagree with the Govt. about, they are "an island people" not Europeans.
that is all wrong it has not changed one bit so fumf
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The "Axis" powers during the World War II era were primarily Germany, Italy, and Japan. Together, they opposed the Allies, who were were mainly the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union.
The name "Axis" comes from a reference to treaty arrangements between Germany and Italy which supposedly created a "Rome-Berlin axis" around which world affairs would revolve.
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Denmark and Norway were occupied by Nazi Germany in 1940 and remained so until liberated in 1945. Finland was attacked by the Soviet Union before Russia and Germany went to war and, although she put up a good fight, was forced to make concessions to the Soviets and had to maintain a careful neutrality for the rest of the war. Even thought Finland "won" the continuation war, peace treaty made Soviet Union winner because Finland was fighting with German
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axis: Germany, Italy, japan
allies: America, Britain, russia, Canada
Allied and Axis vicories reffer back to WW2. Allied sides were: everyone against Germany and Japan. Axis victory were: Japan and Germany
Yes, I believe it was the key. At that time the Luftwaffe had been decisively beaten and gave little air support for their armies fighting against the Allies on the 'Western front'. The German armies on the French coast, while large in number, were mainly second rate units. The allies desperately needed large ports to land huge numbers of men and supplies. Landing a large invasion force on the beaches was the only sensible way to gain those large ports.
The three main Axis powers were:
They promised to fight against communism and never interfere with each other's foreign takeovers.AnswerThe Axis were a group of countries who fought against the allies (U.S, France, Britain, Soviet Union) in WW2. It was led by Germany, Italy and Japan. AnswerThe minor Axis countries were:
Albania, Bulgaria, Finland, Romania, Thailand, Hungary, Croatia and Slovakia.AnswerThe two main powers originally referred to as the Rome-Berlin Axis were Germany and Italy. They were later joined by Japan through a military alliance in 1940. However, a number of other nations joined this alliance under various other pacts and all were thereafter generally referred to as Axis Nations. These included Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, and Croatia, Spain, Denmark, Finland, and others.
The Axis Powers were those nations opposed to the Allies during the Second World War. The three major Axis Powers, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Imperial Japan, referred to themselves as the "Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis". At their zenith, the Axis Powers ruled empires that dominated large parts of Europe, Asia and the Pacific Ocean, but the Second World War ended with their total defeat. Like the Allies, membership of the Axis was fluid, and some nations entered and later left the Axis during the course of the war.
If by 'best military' you mean the most effective in winning wars, then the answer is the United States, by a wide margin. The US has overwhelming nuclear superiority over every other country, the world's largest Air Force and Navy (the only other country with a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is France; they have 1, the US has 11), a large Army, and the world's most feared and respected warriors, the U.S. Marine Corps. Altho China has an army some 5x the size of the American army, the Chinese Army is also used to keep a large part of their unskilled population employed, which limits their effectiveness and motivation.
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In broad terms, the Axis (Germany, Japan, and Italy as the primary members) lost the Second World War because they:
(1) had significantly less industry than the Allies
(2) managed their industrial output considerably worse than the Allies
(3) failed to secure a solid stream of vital raw materials necessary to their war efforts
(4) were considerably over-ambitious in their strategic goals.
The last reason is a function of the first three. The Axis failed to really understand that they could not win a long-term war; thus, their war plans did not reflect their real strategic situation. A successful Axis strategy would have revolved around waging short-duration limited-scope wars with negotiated peace treaties afterwards, and conducting several of them over a one to two decades, rather than trying to conquer the world all at once.
There are many other smaller reasons (i.e. specific actions done prior to and during the war itself) which significantly contributed to the defeat of the Axis, but the above four reasons are the "Big Picture" failures of the Axis which doomed any attempt at war, no matter how well (or poorly) the Axis fought.
In my opinion, strategically, because Hitler decided to invade the Soviet Union, spreading the German troops too thin. He was also mad and made poor strategic decisions from about 1943 on. But to my mind, the downfall started with the invasion of Russia, and the failure of the battle of Britain.
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