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This book made a positive impression when it appeared in Bullock offers a monumental social biography of two of the most evil dictators in human history as well as an epic sketch of an era. Not as good as his first biography of Hitler, but hitlwr facinating.

Mar 12, Skuli Saeland rated it really liked it Shelves: It read too much like a text book with a bunch of facts and focused on the politics Germany and the Soviet Union. In NovemberHitler said, “I did not become Chancellor in order to act otherwise than I have preached for fourteen long years.

He definitely wins hands down, no question. Bullock does an excellent job in his dual biography of arguably the two people who had the most influence on the 20th bullock. Parallel Lives by Alan Bullock. If you wish to understand the 20th Century this is a must read. Feb 16, Andrew Harrison rated it it was amazing.


I was surprised by this book- erratic and all over the paaralelas with its timelines of both men. Parallel Lives” in courses about totalitarianism.

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There is justice in the universe. To understand History and how Evil comes to power. Nov 05, Carl Stevens rated it it was amazing. Hitler was a big picture visionary who did not involve himself in the minutiae of administration until he started losing the War when he began micro-managing several battles unsuccessfully from the Berghof. This book is for students of Soviet history, Nazi Germany, World War II, and 20th century European history and requires a substantial investment in time as the paperback version has pages of densely-packed prose, but the investment is worth it.

The author was right – religious fundamentalism had taken over as the biggest threat to the world after the Cold War ended. Jan 12, Mario Russo rated it it was amazing Shelves: But it is heady stuff, and the author chooses not to or is incapable of writing in prose any simpler than the most complex professorial thesis. However, it is well written and if you have a background on both monsters then you are going to have a good read.

The book balances the elements of historical biography and the necessary context well. Detalles del producto Tapa dura Editor: Todos los derechos reservados.


A great narrator and historian. Feb 13, Sonstepaul rated it liked it. He needed to conquer more territory in order to keep rearming and vice versa. Stalin’s capability as an administrator and his management style allowed him to continue to govern until he eventually had a stroke and died at the age of Books by Alan Bullock.

Whatever their rhetoric and ideology, both sociopathic tyrants ultimately craved power for its own sake, at the expense of everyone else, even the causes and allies they initially claimed to support. Although the constitution of was never officially repealed, the legal measures taken by the Nazi government in February and Marchcommonly known as Gleichschaltung “coordination” meant that the government could legislate contrary to the constitution.

The book also explains how Hitler and Stalin initially operated within the systems which they later mis used for their own selfish and nefarious goals. What they had in common and what was different.

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