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Totalitarian Dictators

10.7.4- Totalitarian Dictators

Describe the political, diplomatic, and military leaders during the war (e.g., Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower).

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--Adolf Hitler was an Austrian born German politician. He's mostly known for leading the Nazi Party in Germany. Hitler was also chancellor of Germany and ruled from 1933-1945. He was a veteran from World War I. he transformed the Weimer Republic into the Third Reich. The Third Reich was a single party dictatorship based on the totalitarian and autocratic ideals of National Socialism. Within three years after they declared war Germany and the axis powers had occupied most of Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia, East, and the Pacific Ocean.

--Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president of the United States. He Lead the U.S during a worldwide economic crisis and World War II. They only American to serve more than two terms before his death. He realigned American Politics for decades.--Benito Mussolini was an Italian Politician and led the National Fascists Party. He is known for the creation of Fascism. He became the 40th prime minister of Italy in 1922. He created the Supreme Military Rank with King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy. Mussolini was replaced in 1943 a little before his death. Benito was also the leader of the Italian Social Republic. Fascism includes Nationalism, Corporatism, anti-communism, expansionism, and Social Progress. He led Italy into World War II on the side of the Axis Powers.

--Dwight Eisenhower was a five-star general and 34th president of the United States. He was president from 1953-1961. During World War II he served as Supreme Commander of the Allied forces. In 1951 he became Supreme Commander of the NATO. Dwight was a Republican and wanted to become president because he wanted to counter the isolationism of Senator Robert A Taft. He also wanted to stop Communism. He negotiated with china so the war in Korea would end. He pressured the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

--Douglas MacArthur was an American general and Field Marshall of the Philippines. He was Chief of Staff of The U.S Army. He received a medal of honor for his Philippines Campaign. He was the first father and son to be rewarded this medal. He was also one in five that rose to the rank of General of the Army. MacArthur also the only man to ever serve as Field Marshall in the Philippine Army.


1879- 1953 Joseph Stalin

1890- 1969 Dwight Eisenhower

1880- 1969 Douglas Macarthur

1881- 1945 Benito Mussolini

1882- 1945 Franklin Delano Roossevelt

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1874-1965 Winston Churchill

1901- 1989 Emperor Hirohito

1889- 1945 Adolf Hitler

--Winston Churchill was a British politician known for his leaderships at the U.K during the Second World War. One of the greatest wartime leaders, he was also prime minister from 1940-1945 and again in 1951-1955. Churchill was an officer for the British Army. He was also a historian, writer, and artist. --Joseph Stalin was the first General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Unions Central Committee. He was in power from 1922-1953. After Lenin’s death in 1924 he became the leader of the Soviet Union and a Dictator. He came up with the Command Economy replacing the New Economic Policy with his 5 year plan. He also had the Great Purge meaning great terror. He purged the Communist Party all the time.

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--Emperor Hirohito was the 12th emperor of Japan. He ruled from December 25,1926 until he died in 1989. Known as Hirohito outside Japan. In Japan his name was Emperor Showa. Japan was a limited industrial base. He was the supreme ruler during Japans militarization.


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