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Contents Introduction Part I: Lenin¿s Communist Dictatorship Chapter 1: First World War and the Russian Revolution Chapter 2: The ¿October¿ Revolution Becomes a Dictatorship Chapter 3: Civil Wars in the Soviet Union Part II: Rise of German National Socialism Chapter 4: Nazism and Threat of Bolshevism Chapter 5: First Nazi Attempt to Seize Power Chapter 6: Hitler Starts Over Part III: Stalin Triumphs Over Political Rivals Chapter 7: Battle for Communist Utopia Chapter 8: Lenin¿s Passing, Stalin¿s Victory Chapter 9: Stalin¿s New Initiatives Chapter 10: Stalin Solidifies his Grip Part IV:Germans Make Pact with Hitler Chapter 11: Nazi Party as Social Movement Chapter 12: Nazism Exploits Economic Distress Chapter 13: ¿All Power¿ for Hitler Part V: Stalin¿s Reign of Terror Chapter 14: Fight Against the Countryside Chapter 15: Terror as Political Practice Chapter 16: ¿Mass Operations¿ Chapter 17: ¿Cleansing¿ the Soviet Elite Part VI: Hitler¿s War Against Democracy Chapter 18: Winning Over the Nation Chapter 19: Dictatorship by Consent Chapter 20: Persecution of the Jews in the Pre-War Years Chapter 21: ¿Cleansing¿ the German Body Politic Part VII: Stalin and Hitler: Into the Social Catastrophe Chapter 22: Rival Visions of World Conquest Chapter 23: German Racial Persecution Begins in Poland Chapter 24: Hitler and Western Europe Chapter 25: The Soviet Response Chapter 26: The War Spreads Part VIII: Hitler¿s War on ¿Jewish-Bolshevism¿ Chapter 27: War of Extermination as Nazi Crusade Chapter 28: War against the Communists: Operation Barbarossa Chapter 29: War against the Jews: Death Squads in the East Chapter 30: Mass Murder and Nazi Death Camps Part IX: Defeating Hitlerism and the Communist Agenda Chapter 31: Greatest Crisis in Stalin¿s Career Chapter 32: Between Surrender and Defiance Chapter 33: Soviets Hold on, Hitler Grows Vicious Chapter 34: Ethnic Cleansing in Wartime Soviet Union Part X: Final Struggle Chapter 35: From Stalingrad to Berlin Chapter 36: Stalin Takes the Upper Hand Chapter 37: End of the Third Reich Epilogue Notes Acknowledgments Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Dictatorship -- History -- 21st century.
Dictatorship -- Case studies.
Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 1870-1924.
Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953.
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1917-1936.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1936-1953.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.