Claudia said: I used to teach Alan Bullock’s Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives in courses about tot it was amazing. Enorme libro sobre los tiranos Hitler y Stalin. Hitler y Stalin: Vidas paralelas (Kailas No Ficción nº 18) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Alan Bullock, Pedro Gálvez Séneca: : Kindle-Shop. Encuentra Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives de Alan Bullock (ISBN: ) en Amazon. Hitler Y Stalin. Vidas Paralelas (Kailas No Ficción). Alan.
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He definitely wins hands down, no question. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: This was one reason among several that eventually led to Germany losing the War. He needed to conquer more territory in order to keep rearming and vice versa.
Low to High Price: Catherine’s College, Oxford University, and a former administrator of the university, Alan Bullock established himself as a historian with the publication of his biography of Adolf Hitler: I would recommend this for a student who already knows the Hitler and Stalin in some detail.
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Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Jan 12, Mario Russo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Learn more about Amazon Prime. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. By allowing himself the flexibility of switching between these two options, it allows him to compare and contrast these vidxs men. Stalin, in contrast was a capable administrator.
Those that really want to dig into the historical debates can find sources in his notes, while paralflas that really don’t want to dig, can read an accessible one volume work about both Hitler and Stalin. Communism, nazism ideology, political context, Molotov—Ribbentrop Pact, you got it all covered. Stalin’s capability as an administrator and his management style allowed him to continue to govern until he eventually had a stroke and died at the age of This is a first-rate book for the general reader.
Apr 03, Michael Goldsmith rated it really liked it. Spanish translation of “Hitler and Stalin”, a portrait of the two hitleer and of the historical and social context in which they developed.
It looks at the men on a personal level, although it focusses on the experiences and personal traits which drive their historical actions rather than giving too much about their personal life thankfully it avoids the dubious realms of pop psychology or obsession with missing hitlr etc.
A Study in Tyranny. Feb 17, Peter rated it it was amazing.
The structure of the book must have been a challenge. He was a micro-manager who had every major decision in his government come up to him including approval for various buildings being built in Moscow. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
Not as good as his first biography of Hitler, but still facinating. Get to Know Us.
Contrary to many other college textbooks, which tend to date rather quickly, this history book seems timeless. English Choose a language for shopping.
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Vjdas warranty may not apply Learn more about Amazon Global Store. Made me better understand the context in which Ceausescu and the post-war dictators developed, following the examples of the one-man-rule regimes so well covered in this book.
Without the confluence of their unique personality with the conducive societal condition in each of their countries, both these individuals would have been nobodies in history books despite their unique capabilities.
This book may have been made shorter had the author not spent as much time detailing the historical context within which these personalities acted their roles but the impact of and context behind their actions would not have been as clear. Each believes they have a destiny as great men, which gives them the confidence and determination to pursue power with great effectiveness.
It vida hard to imagine two more evil men. Whatever their rhetoric and ideology, both sociopathic tyrants ultimately craved power for its own sake, at the expense of everyone else, even the causes and allies they initially claimed to support.