Subject Search for: European Studies (History, Culture) / Dictators
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1.2233 Dictators of the Twentieth Century.
This paper examines the greater control European dictators of the twentieth century such as Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini had on their culture and society than the monarchs of previous centuries. 4 pgs. 5 f/c. 5b.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 2233 European Dictators.doc
2.1807 The Last Day in the Life of Adolf Hitler.
This paper relives the last day of Adolf Hitler event by event. An informative source as to his last day on earth as well as his beliefs. 8 pgs. 23 f/c. 8b.
Bibliography: 8 source(s) listed
Filename: 1807 Adolf Hitler.doc
3.4264 Hitler's Weapon of Choice.
This research paper focuses mainly on the power of charisma and its important role in effective leadership. Adolf Hitler is an example of someone who possessed intense charisma but lacked a conscience and sense of morality. Hitler represents the side of the charismatic leadership spectrum that anyone in a leadership position should avoid. Though one may argue whether Hitler was an effective leader or not, this researcher will only concede that for a while he was effective but since he lacked self-monitoring, empathy, and a basic moral conscience, he embodies the ultimate ineffectiveness of leadership. 12 pgs. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Bibliography: 7 source(s) listed
Filename: 4264 Hitler Charismatic Leadership.doc
4.4265 The Rise of Hitler.
This is a 10 page 6 source paper detailing the rise of Hitler. Comments on the weak enforcement of the Treaty of Versailles are included, but the main purpose of the paper is to detail the obstacles overcome and the brilliant scheming of Hitler during his assent. 10 pgs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 4265 Rise of Hitler.doc
5.9127 Hitler's Dictatorship: The Enabling Act of 1933.
In 1933, Adolph Hitler introduced to the government an act that would establish his dictatorial role in Germany. This legislation, known as The Enabling Act, provided unmitigated authority to Hitler and the Reich. As a significant moment in German history, the Enabling Act represents the culmination of Hitler's political ambition for total control over German activity both at home and abroad. This essay summarizes the events leading up to this act, and considers the details of the act itself. 4 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 9127 Hitler Dictatorship Act.doc
6.5017 How did Hitler achieve and retain power in Germany?
This paper will argue that while many factors contributed to Hitler's achieving and maintenance of power, perhaps the most significant of these was the "Hitler myth"; the dark, charismatic genius of one man: Adolf Hitler. 11 pgs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 5017 Hitler Retain Power.doc
7.5489 A Study of Mussolini.
Benito Mussolini was the Fascist dictator of Italy from 1922 until 1943. He was very popular for most of the time he was in power, but by the time he was shot by Communists in 1945 he had become very unpopular, and his death was welcomed. My goal in this paper is to take a look at his family, his education, and how he became so power-hungry that he brought about his own ruin. I also will look at whether he had emotional illnesses and how they might have affected his thinking and craving for power. 8 pgs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.