Hitler, Stalin, and Mussolini: Totalitarianism in the Twentieth Century

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ILLUSTRATIONS
ILLUSTRATIONS
1.The Winter Palace in St. Petersburg.
2.Poster showing Soviet border guards.
3.Fascist Monument in Bolzano (Bozen in German) Italy.
4.Stalin, the “democrat.”
5.Stalin, the “congenial colleague.”
6.A huge wall painting of Lenin in central Moscow.
7.Mussolini, the “respectable” new prime minister of Italy.
8.Front page of Völkischer Beobachter, dated April 20, 1940.
9.Hitler as the hero of German youth.
10.Hitler and Goebbels, the Nazi ladies’ men.
11.Soviet poster ridiculing slow workers.
12.Soviet poster calling for more quality in consumer goods.
13.Stalinist propaganda plaques in Moscow.
14.The Boulevard of the Imperial Roman Forums in Rome.
15.Hitler, the “humble man of the people.”
16.First World War American recruiting poster.
17.Soviet poster (1946) promoting education and culture.
18.Dachau concentration camp near Munich.
19.The entrance to the Auschwitz concentration camp.
20.Identification insignia for Nazi concentration camp prisoners.
21.Ruins of the New Synagogue in central Berlin.
22.The fascist partners: Mussolini and Hitler on parade.
23.Front page of the Völkischer Beobachter dated September 19, 1938.
24.Painting of the Allied evacuation of Dunkirk.
25.A World War II monument in Yaroslav, Russia.
26.The “Wall” dividing East and West Berlin.
27.The face of the new Russia: a McDonald’s restaurant.
28.Campaign poster in Moscow following the fall of Communism.

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