Interaction between Communism and Nazism and Their Societies Different Beliefs

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In this essay I am going to state how were the interactions between Communism and Nazism and their societies different.Communism and Nazism are two different political ideologies and these were two basic types of Totalitarian systems in Europe. They have different aims and beliefs of their leading political parties. They have different systems of government in which only one political party takes control of the state and holds total authority.
Russia was the first country that introduced Communism. The October Revolution of 1917 put Russia under the control of Communism. Before that Russia was an absolute country. At that time many of the educated middle classes like socialists wanted make changes in social relationships. Karl Marx who
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In this essay I am going to state how were the interactions between Communism and Nazism and their societies different.Communism and Nazism are two different political ideologies and these were two basic types of Totalitarian systems in Europe. They have different aims and beliefs of their leading political parties. They have different systems of government in which only one political party takes control of the state and holds total authority.
Russia was the first country that introduced Communism. The October Revolution of 1917 put Russia under the control of Communism. Before that Russia was an absolute country. At that time many of the educated middle classes like socialists wanted make changes in social relationships. Karl Marx who was the German writer also supported the idea and he believed that workers should take control of Russia. A lot of people supported him especially the workers and peasants, they were called Bolsheviks and they wanted the complete the overthrow of the Tsar. After communists took the power, private property was abolished. All the lands, shops,hotels and etc were forcefully turned into state property. That action was called nationalism. Lenin who was the communist leader he promised Russian people “ Peace, Bread and land”. But not every one accepted and believed him especially landowners, factory owners and etc. That caused the civil war between The “Reds” (Communists) and The “Whites”(landowners, factory owners, rich peasants...). At the civil