Stalin and His Five Year Plans

716 Words Feb 22nd, 2018 3 Pages
In the case of Germany, Russia, and the U.S.A a new leader would suffice, at least that is what they thought. After the World Wars global power structures were changed completely; whether being by the actions Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, or Franklin Delano Roosevelt the way the country was previously run was no longer in continuation. New policies and beliefs were now being enforced on the citizens of these countries. However despite some distaste for these laws the people wanted change and these three individuals came to power at the right time.
World War 1 played a major role for the future of many European countries. Germany came into the war to assist Austria after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Poor decision-making by Germanys officials to attack American ships gave the United States reason to now enter the war after trying to evade it. This was a major turning point and assisted in the winning of the British and French. However this war affected Germany tremendously. They lost territory and had to pay reparations to the victors. The people wanted a new leader to give them change and return them to being a super power and from this war came about a military giant who would now change Germanys tactics and mission in the world.
Adolf Hitler was a war veteran and was the so-called perfect fit for Germany. Before he rose to power he wrote a book…

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