During the 20th century the comparison of nazism and stalinism was made on the topics of totalitarianism ideology and personality cult both regimes were seen in contrast to the liberal west with an emphasis on the similarities between the two. Stalinism and nazism stalinism and nazism dictatorships in comparison get access buy the print book check if you have access via personal or institutional login log in register recommend to librarian cited by 15 cited by 15 crossref citations this book has been cited by the following publications. A thought provoking book for three very different reasons first despite the ambitions of the participants many of these essays deal exclusively or predominantly with one or the other regime but eschew comparisons by my count only three of the chapters those written by the co editors and the essay by michael mann as well as the introduction and the afterthoughts written by kershaw . Nazism and stalinism this comparison is an unwarranted simplification as any system of political power hitlers germany included is a complex and multi layered system of overlapping structures and networks that is constructed over a significant period of time the idea that the phrase hitler was nazism is any more accurate than . After totalitarianism stalinism and nazism compared michael geyer with assistance from sheila fitzpatrick the idea of comparing nazi germany with the soviet union under stalin is not a novel one notwithstanding some impressive efforts of late however the endeavor has achieved only limited success1 where comparisons have
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