Stalin And The Soviet Revolutionary War

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Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler are two of the most tyrannical and charismatic leaders of the world, but behind that perfect face and political success were two- men that had ambitions of conquering the world. Stalin’s used his brand of totalitarianism-communism slowly to make him the unquestioned leader and the eventual “Premier” of Russia. Hitler used fascism creates anti-government sentiment and blamed anyone who is not of Aryan Appearance for Germany’s economic downfalls. The military machine that they both built accentuated the national pride of their respective nations. The world would see their true colors amidst the globe.
The Russian Revolutionary war (1917 to 1920) was between the Red Bolshevik army and the White anti-Bolshevik forces. The Red army won the war and Joseph Stalin was appointed general secretary of the party’s Central Committee in 1922. Lenin didn’t like the way Stalin hungered for power and believed that all people should be equal. After the death of Vladimir Lenin, Stalin consolidated his power by suppressing criticism about him and expanding his roll in the current government. Stalin assured himself the leader of Russia by the late 1920’s and made himself “Premier” of the Soviet Union in 1941. He went unchallenged and made the Soviet Union into an Economic powerhouse among the world through Industrialization and Collectivization.
At a young age, Joseph Stalin was the right hand of Vladimir Lenin. Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party was
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