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Adolf Hitler and Peter the Great: A Comparison

Summary: Examines the lives of world leaders Adolf Hitler and Peter the Great. Describes each man's role in history, tracing the achievements, similarities, and even dramatic downfalls during their reigns. Explores how each man built powerful armies and used them to extend military and government strength by invading foreign nations and extending their political power.
Two of the greatest individuals whose influence was felt by many, Peter the Great and Adolf Hitler, are hard to compare, even though they both played major roles in history. One ruling in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the other in power during the twentieth century. Hitler and Peter the Great had great achievements, similarities, and even dramatic downfalls during their reigns.

Peter the Great (1689-1725) was a powerful and influential ruler to Russia during the Age of Absolutism. He was credited to modernizing Russia by centralizing the government, strengthening their army, creating a navy, and increasing the subjugation and subjection of the peasants. Along with this, Peter made a domestic policy that allowed him to stop a foreign policy if he found it right. Also, he took the power of controlling the military away from the nobles, but, in exchange, he...

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