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Power of the Nation-State: Totalitarianism.
World War One was the war of nationalism and ego. When World War One was won and over, Germany came out scarred and vengeful. With it's nationalism crushed and trampled on, Germany was forced to pay war reparations and given many new restrictions. Further north, in powerful Russia, there was a political stir as a revolt for a newer and better government began, which would create a new and more powerful communist party. Both of these troubled nations were united under their own inspirational leaders, Germany's Adolf Hitler and Russia's Joseph Stalin. Both figures reached power through overw…
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