WWII Dictators

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  • Joesph Stalin Birth

    Joesph Stalin Birth
    VideoBirthJoseph Stalin was born on decmeber 21th, 1879, in the Georgian village of Gori, a small town in the southern reaches of the vast Russian Empire. He was the third child born to Vissarion Dzhugashvili, a poor shoemaker, and his wife Yekaterina, who used her husband's income by working as a domestic servant.
  • Benito Mussolini

    Benito Mussolini
    VideoBirthMussolini was born in Dovia di Predappio, a small town in the province of Forlì in Emilia-Romagna. Benito was the oldest of three children. As a child Benito spent his time with his father in his smithy. Mussolini's early political views were heavily influenced by his father, Alessandro Mussolini, a revolutionary socialist who idolized 19th century Italian nationalist figures with humanist tendencies such as Giuseppe Garibaldi.
  • Treaty of Versallias

    Treaty of Versallias
    VersaillesAfter World War 1, this treaty was an agreement between the Allies, the winning countries of WWI, which were mainly France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The treaty was created primarily so that the Allies could decide and agree upon what they wanted to do to the Central Powers, the losing countries of WWI, which were mainly Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire. Germany specifically is ordered to pay (in today's currency) 74 billion dollars to France and
  • Mussolini rise to power

    Mussolini rise to power
    Prime ministerMussolini became prime minister in the Republic of Italy. He was put in power after a coup d’etat and was supported by many right wing liberalists. At first he was part of a fascist government, but his ultimate goal was to become a totalitarian dictator. This was the beginning of one of Italy’s darkest years.
  • Joesph Stalin Rise to Power

    Joesph Stalin Rise to Power
    PowerThis marks the beginning of Stalin's rise to power. At that point he was one of seven members of the Politburo--the others were Zinoviev and Kamenev, Trotsky, Nikolai Bukharin, Alexei Rykov, and Mikhail Tomsky. By 1930, Stalin would overshadow them, and by 1940 outlive them. His amazing success can be attributed to a combination of his own political genius and the mistakes that his rivals persisted in making.
  • Rein of Mussolini

    Rein of Mussolini
    ReinHe started taking the title of Il Duce on this date after he became the totalitarian dictator of Italy. This was his goal from the start of his reign as prime minister in 1922. Not unlike Hitler, Mussolini used propaganda in order to secure his position as the dictator of Italy. But there were still countless assassination attempts against him during his reign.
  • Hilter Takes Power

    Hilter Takes Power
    VideoPowerHitler takes power in 1933, and begins changes. He first begins by stop paying because its harming the German economy so much hitler won't pay anymore. Also against the treaty, Hitler began to make a new and strong military. At this point he is going completely against the French and Britain treaty. He goes on to remilitarize the industrial land, Rheinland. Hitler began opening old factory is to begin producing weapons and products to fill the needs of Germans and the Nazi party.
  • Apeasment

    Apeasment
    ApeasmentAfter hitler began re opening the factories, and furthermore I'm beginning to expand the German empire. Thus beginning the worst genocide this world has ever seen. Hitler begins to move on to reunite the people of Germany. If he succeeds, he's gaining support to become a dictator and also gaining support about is Nazi party. In 1938 Hitler decided he wanted to become allies with Austria. With Austria by his side he would have another ally, more followers, in a little more power. France and Brita
  • Joesph Stalin War

    Joesph Stalin War
    war Stalin ordered an invasion. He expected a quick, easy war, but amid wintry conditions the Red Army (which had, after all, seen its generals purged only a few years before) suffered a series of setbacks. Not until spring of the following year did the Finns capitulate. This was a major event in the beginning of WWII.
  • Munich Pack of 1938

    Munich Pack of 1938
    Munich PactIn the Munich Pact of 1938 Hitler want to gain the sudan land, though the czechoslovakians do not want to give up their land easily. Hitler has so much support behind him, he's not afraid to wage a war. Eventually in 1939 the czeckloslovakians became puppets of hitler's. Also in 1939 is when Hitler decided he wanted Poland. He declared war on Poland and began to try to invade it but he needed more help. His help came from the dictator, Stalin. between them they create a secret non aggression pac
  • Mussolini Death

    Mussolini Death
    DeathDuring the end of WW2 when Axis Forces were nearing defeat Benito Mussolini was executed. Mussolini and his mistress Clara Petacci were stopped by communist partisans Valerio and Bellini and identified by the Political Commissar of the partisans' 52nd Garibaldi Brigade, Urbano Lazzaro. He was then taken to Mezzegra. He and his wife spent their last night in the house of the De Maria family.
  • Joesph Stalin Death

    Joesph Stalin Death
    DeathStalin hatched a plot to eliminate all Jews from western Russia. This was to begin with the discovery of the so called "Doctors Plot": his Jewish doctors would be accused of collaborating with a foreign power and plotting to kill him. He suffered a stroke. For three days he wavered between life and death, before finally passing from this life, in great pain.
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