Hitler and Stalin

Dmitriy Yarenchak
History Pd. 6
7 May 2010
Stalin & Hitler
A nonaggression pact was signed between Joseph Stalin and Adolph Hitler on August 23, 1939. These two leaders ruled in World War II, as evil as they were. Joseph Stalin was the Russian leader at the time. Born on December 21, 1879 in Gori, Georgia, Stalin ruled from 1924 to 1953, his death. Adolph Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany. Hitler was born on April 20, 1889. Hitler ruled from 1934 to 1945, and ended his rule with suicide. These two dictators have common views but different ways of doing them.
Stalin was one of the evilest dictators in the world. He killed off his own people for communism. When a teacher didn’t say talk about communism, and how great it was, they got shot. If you didn’t want to give the government your grain, the Cheka would take you out and shot you in the head. During Stalin’s time, he killed around twenty million people. Another monster like Stalin was Adolph Hitler. With his famous Jew holocaust, he nearly wiped out all the Jews. He first took all the Jews and put them in ghettos. Then he took them to concentration camps, where he killed most of the Jews. Nazi officers would take an enormous group of Jews and take them to a shower room. The Jews thought they were going to take a shower, but instead of water coming out, poisonous gas came out of the faucet. Hitler burned, boiled, and starved the Jews to death. Adolph Hitler was very deceiving, and was good at convincing people to hate the Jews. Adolph Hitler killed about six million Jews during his rule. Both of these rulers were monsters of World War II.
Joseph Stalin and Adolph Hitler, in World War II, didn’t have an alliance. Adolph Hitler, who was on the Axis alliance, broke the nonaggression pact between him and Joseph Stalin by attacking the Soviet Union and the Eastern Front.