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The comparisons between Frederick of Foxwood a character in the marvelous satire Animal Farm by George Orwell pseudonym for Eric Blair and Hitler of Germany are quiet often found when traversing the rich satires that Orwell creates Three such satires are one Mr Frederick represents Adolph Hitler Two the Nazi and Soviet governments in the thirties and forties conduced many negotiations and secret treaties such as the non-aggression pact these trades and treaties are equal to the selling of the timber Three the Invasion of Animal Farm is parallel to invasion of the Soviet Union conducted by the Nazis Mr Frederick represents Adolph Hitler This is no more proved than in this exert form Animal Farm Its owner was a Mr Frederick a tough shrewd man perpetually involved in law suits and with a name for driving hard bargains This one sentence may not mean a lot when read at first glance but when the character of Mr Frederick progresses you will see that this one sentence sums up the entire case for his obvious relation to Mr Hitler Hitler was known as a tough and shrewd man he was also known for driving hard bargains The statement perpetually involved in law suits also implies that Frederick is Hitler because Hitler was always in legal trouble with the League of Nations The Nazi and Soviet governments in the thirties and forties conduced many negotiations and secret treaties such as the Non-Aggression Pact These trades and treaties are equal to the selling of the timber In the book Animal Farm Napoleon aka Joseph Stalin gets Frederick to raise his asking price by pretending to be in agreement with Pilkington aka Churchill of England Stalin did this in real life because he was already aware of Hitlers disgust of Communism When the agreement was reached over the timber Napoleon severs the close line of communication with Pilkington a mistake that would come back to
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