Main Problems Of Totalitarianism

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Totalitarianism is a system of government that is based primarily on power and having absolute authority. Totalitarianism was first introduced in 1924 with Stalin and was later adapted by people such as Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. They used totalitarianism to have a single-party government with complete control, and blind devotion to the state. Anyone who opposed their ideas or posed a threat was immediately disposed of. Joseph Stalin had also used communism while Mussolini used fascism. While totalitarianism did create a united state, we need to study totalitarianism to prevent it from happening again because it causes many problems, extreme conflict, and it can lead to wars. Fascism first began in the 19th century. Fascism is a form…show more content…
Communism started in the late 19th century. Communism is a political theory created by Karl Marx. This theory was based on the fact that everyone needs to be placed and paid according to their abilities. This idea was created by Joseph Stalin, a political leader from the Soviet Union. He arose to power in 1914, and eventually became a totalitarian ruler. This Joseph Stalin was a man who was obsessed with power, and used his power to get people to follow him. The Russians had allowed communism to be their government structure because many were killed for being traitors, leading to the communist party to grow. Stalin had used broadcasting speeches over the radio, purges, and other forms of propaganda to convince citizens of communism appeal. The rise of communism could not have been avoided because of the amount of propaganda was used. It’s important to understand communism to recognize the changes and stop this…show more content…
The Nazi Party was a political party that came to power in 1933 and ended in 1945. Adolf Hitler was this political partys’ ruler who rose to power in 1933 by being elected Chancellor. Hitler had used his Nazi mindset to become a totalitarian ruler by making people his propaganda that society is corrupt and way past reform and that they needed him. Adolf Hitler was a totalitarian ruler who had a terrible belief that the Germans were a superior race above all, which is not at all true. Germans had allowed Hitlers’ party to be their government structure because Hitler had promised to solve their economic problems. He had used many effective strategies to do so such as brainwashing, telling people they were superior race, and using dictatorships. The Nazi Party could have been avoided if the politicians weren’t so concerned with losing, and thinking they could control Hitler, which is now know that they couldn’t. It’s important to study the Nazi power so we can stop the ideology that one race is superior and help prevent another
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