Hitler And Communism Of Communism Essay

1168 Words May 24th, 2015 5 Pages
Hitler And Communism Adolph Hitler is usually a name that when mentioned is usually associated with death, hate, and suppressive dictatorship, but it can be surmised that without Hitler, Europe was at a great threat of the spread of communism. It is well known that many European Democratic countries were willing to sell themselves out to Hitler to try and stop the spread of communism. It is also said that if Germany was to fall to communism, the rest of Europe would fall shortly after. In fact if it were not for Hitler 's attack on Russia, the spread of communism may have overtaken Europe, as feared by Great Britain and France. It was Hitler 's fanaticism that drove Russia into a state of permanent poverty, desolation from war and politically divided by internal hostilities. By 1941, the international order was already against Hitler. Britain was helpless to stop Hitler who was already making preparations for a pre-emptive attack on the Soviet Union. Hitler was getting out of hand. Hitler was being gaining power rapidly. Hitler 's attack strategy "Blitzkrieg" shocked many, and before they knew it most of Europe came under Nazi control. Blitzkrieg is a military tactic designed to create disorganization among enemy forces through the use of mobile forces and locally concentrated firepower. This war tactic and the combined financial support from western financiers brought Germany under the control of Hitler to the pinnacle of its power.
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