Totalitarianism Briona Robesky February 14, 2012 World History Period 6Deﬁnition: a government that is oppressive and gives people fear tointimidate their people and watch their every move
Vladimir LeninLenin was a communist leader of Russia from 1922 to1924, he led the Bolsheviks through the revolution ofthe soviet union. His NEP was a mixture ofcommunism and capitalism
Stalin His great purges were the elimination of Stalins "enemies". The Five-Year Plan was a road map for Stalins goals of industrialization.Collectivization was a system where private farms were eliminated. Instead, the government owned all of the land and the peasents only worked on it.
Mao ZedongMao Zedong was a leader in China.Mao was responsible for the First Five Year Plan andalso, The Second Five Year Plan.Mao Zedong defeated Chiang Kai-shek to gain controlof China.
Mao Zedong Continued The Cultural Revolution wasn’t really a revolution. It was an excuse to make sure communism can be built smoothly. Zedong thought that some people were not following communism. So, the Cultural Revolution was so that the government could kill the people that didn’t obey them. Mao Zedong’s Great Leap forward was It was Maos attempt tomodernize the economy of China. The reason for it was so Chinawould have an economy that stood out more then Americas.
Hitler Mein Kampf was a book written about Hitler’s beliefs and goals for Germany. The Reichstag Fire was arson on the building, place of meeting of German Parliament, in Berlin. The Nazis were using this as proof that communists were starting a plot against Germany’s parliament. The SS was a large security and military organization of the Nazis.