Striking Similarities between Hitler and Stalin
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Saviors of the 20th Century - Hitler and Stalin - The War of Annihilation Between the Nazis and Communists, a historical narrative by Jim Putnam about the history of Nazism and Communism and the rise to power of Hitler and Stalin. This book unveils many secrets of the Nazis and Communists long hidden in classified records and secret KGB archives in the frontier outside Moscow.
Hitler’s family name was changed.
Stalin’s family name was changed.
Stalin’s family name was changed.
Hitler’s father beat him.
Stalin’s father beat him.
Hitler’s mother gave birth to 3 children before Adolf, all died.
Stalin’s mother gave birth to 3 children before Josef, all died.
Hitler was a sickly child.
Stalin was a sickly child.
Hitler’s father virtually abandoned his family.
Stalin’s father virtually abandoned his family.
Hitler was raised and loved by his mother.
Stalin was raised and loved by his mother.
Hitler very much loved his mother.
Stalin very much loved his mother.
Hitler was a Catholic.
Stalin was an Eastern Orthodox.
Hitler’s mother wanted him to be a Catholic priest.
Stalin’s mother wanted him to be an Orthodox priest.
Hitler attended a Benedictine monastery.
Stalin attended Orthodox theological school and the seminary.
Hitler’s father died when he was 13.
Stalin’s father died when he was 11.
Hitler was an exceptional student at an early age.
Stalin was an exceptional student at an early age.
Hitler developed into an excellent artist in school.
Stalin developed into an excellent artist in school.
Hitler failed to graduate from high school.
Stalin failed to graduate from high school.
Hitler never attended university.
Stalin never attended university.
Hitler lost his faith by the time he was 13.
Stalin lost his faith by the time he was 13.
By age 20 Hitler was a social dropout living on his own.
By age 20 Stalin was a social dropout living on his own.
Marxism fascinated Hitler.
Fascism fascinated Stalin.
Hitler lived in Vienna in 1913.
Stalin lived in Vienna in 1913.
Hitler served time in jail for his political beliefs.
Stalin served time in jail for his political beliefs.
Hitler, born in Austria, moved to Germany to pursue politics.
Stalin, born in Georgia, moved to Russia to pursue politics.
At age 33 Hitler led the revival of the Nazi party.
At age 33 Stalin led the revival of the Bolshevik party.
At age 35 Hitler wrote “Mein Kampf” outlining Nazi policy.
At age 34 Stalin wrote “Marxism and the National Question” outlining Bolshevik policy.
At age 42 Hitler was in control of the Nazi regime.
At age 42 Stalin was in control of the Communist regime.
In 1931 Hitler’s love committed suicide with his pistol.
In 1932 Stalin’s love committed suicide with his pistol.
Hitler’s love was 22 years younger.
Stalin’s love was 21 years younger.
At age 45 Hitler started purges of Nazi party foes.
At age 45 Stalin started purges of Communist party foes.
Hitler admired and feared Stalin.
Stalin admired and feared Hitler.
This stunning list of similarities is but a sampling of the fascinating look at history by the author Jim Putnam. Readers say they are overloaded with new information, plot twists and turns, and motivations previously buried in secrecy. It is a must read for seekers of truth. Saviors of the 20th Century Hitler and Stalin is now available for ordering exclusively through Amazon Kindle books worldwide on the Internet.