What are three major similarities between the book "1984" and Aldof Hitler's OR Joseph Stalin's Society?
(1) Research the Stalinist Russia and life in that country under his dictatorship. You should get to know this vast subject as much as you can, focusing on details that pertain to the book. How is the book a representation of life in Russia under Stalin? What is the purpose of this?
(2) Research Nazi Germany, especially the Hitler Youth, and life in Germany under the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler. You should get to know this vast subject as much as you can, focusing on details that pertain to the book. How is the book a representation of life in Germany under Hitler, especially as regards the Hitler Youth? What is the purpose of this?
PLEASE help! i need this essay to pass grade 11 and i don't know where to start
- BethLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Hi Molly, Totalitarianism is defined as a political system of government in which those in power have complete control and do not allow people to oppose them. Those in power are a single party dictatorship in which one party controls state, and all other parties are forbidden. Other important features that distinguish or help define totalitarianism include restricted or eliminated constitutional rights, state terrorism, and totalitarian rulers are known as ideological dictators. The government of Oceania, in the novel 1984, is an example of totalitarian society. Germany, under Adolf Hitler's National Socialism is another example of totalitarianism. Orwell's Oceania has both similarities and differences to the totalitarian states of the twentieth century. The government of Oceania is clearly a totalitarian state, which compares and contrasts with Hitler's National Socialism. Read the complete essay here: