Adolf Hitler And Joseph Stalin Essays

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“When it comes to controlling human beings, there is no better instrument than lies. Because you see, humans live by beliefs. And beliefs can be manipulated. The power to manipulate beliefs is the only thing that counts.”- Michael Ende. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, both very manipulative people, may have seemed great to many people of Germany and Russia at first, but in the end they were known as very evil. After World War I, Hitler entered politics and realized his ability of giving great speeches. His speeches were powerful and very believable, the people believed that he really would make Germany great again. Hitler soon became the leader of the Nazi party, and in 1933 Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, not much later, he became the Dictator of Germany. Hitler began taking over and invading different places and killed many different people. He ended his life when he committed suicide, in the end, he committed multiple crimes and took multiple lives. Stalin was very similar to Hitler, political, strong and manipulative speaker, and evil. Stalin become leader of the Soviet Union after Vladimir Lenin died in 1924, and decided to move Russia from agriculture to industrialization and convinced. Eventually, he decided that anyone who didn’t agree with him would be killed, he caused famine in areas so people he didn’t like would starve, and he hosted purges so every person he though was against him were either killed or sent to slave labor camps. Just like Hitler, he…

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