Hitnin's Aspiration Of Communism Analysis

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Lenin’s aspiration of communism was based on his desire to give Russia’s highly centralized political structure an opportunity to implement its program of equality and industrialization (Chapter 28, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. 874)”. “For him, the party was not the mass movement envisioned by Marx but rather the discipline, armed vanguard that ruled monopoly power and instilled the ideology of communism in gradual expanding working class (Chapter 28, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. 874)”. He desired communism to provide aid for Russia’s working class and prevent them from continuing on living in oppression while the landowners and middle class lives in luxury compared to them. Lenin implemented the communism system by …show more content…
“Mussolini felt sufficiently isolated that he sought closer relations with Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. He had formerly treated Hitler as a junior colleague but found him to be useful counterweight against international isolation (Chapter 28, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. 878)”. Mussolini, the dictator of Italy initiated the ally between Italy and Nazi Germany when he realized they were complete isolated to fight WWII. The three countries recognized their power together including Germany’s domination over most of central Europe, Italy’s domination over the Mediterranean Sea and the Japanese domination over the Pacific and the East Asia. Initially Adolf Hitler recognized there common goal which was to increase their territorial expansion based on military conquest and to the destruction the Soviet Communism. He also took inconsideration that Japan could potentially overtake the US which would help them win the war. “Taking their cue from Mussolini’s policies, the Nazi abolished the federalist structure of the Weimar Republic, purged the civil service of the Jews, and sent the communist to newly constructed concentration camps (Chapter 28, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. 881)”. Hitler and Mussolini abolished the communism, they blamed them for the central powers that caused them to loose …show more content…
Although initially the Soviet Union was severely beaten, they did not crumble mainly to the new T-34 tanks that provided them with superior to the Germans model, it was also four times more numerous than the Germans had anticipated (Chapter 28, in Patterns of World History, Vol. 2, p. 882)”. Thanks to their advantage in machinery, the Soviets outlasted the Germans attack against Leningrad, Moscow and the Ukraine, for all these attacks neither side made significant progress until the Soviet successfully trapped a large force of Germans in Stalingrad. This resulted in the Soviet Union declaring victory on February 2, 1943, this came to surprise to the Germans since they initially attacked the Soviet Union without warning and somehow they were able to overcome that. The Soviet Union’s victory became a turning point in the European

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