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The Duality of Local and Regional Factors in the Rise of Dictators in Post-War Europe After World War I a majority of Europe was left in utter shambles The physical and economic structures of a once industrial area had been reduced rubble The people of the nations cried out for help but to little avail What was needed in these war torn areas was a strong government that could meet the needs of the people and give them strength power and most inportantly stability Unfortunately what emerged in Italy Russia and Germany were totalitarian regimes whose initial solutions to problems turned into oppression However to strictly blame these cause on the general malaise of Europe at the time would be to look at only one part of the total picture While Italy Russia and Germany experienced many of the same problems they also experienced many diverse situational problems that facilitated the rise of these totalitarian regimes Post-war Europe found itself firmly locked in a bad situation that was not going to resolve itself quickly Industry and agriculture had been destroyed and inflation was running rampant The economy was temporarily destroyed In Germany money was so worthless that by 1923 the mark was so virtually worthlessa whole suitcase of paper money was sometimes needed to pay off a small debt but even this cumbersome fashion of payment proved impracticable as the value of money fell hour to hour Russia found itself in the midst of a huge famine and a revolution Lenin heralded peace land and bread the three things the Russians wanted but more importantly needed Italys economy found itself in the same boat It was faced with massive food shortages and steep inflation Their situation was different in that they were on the victor side of the peace agreements Unfortunatley for them it did not help the sorry state of their economy The next pervasive trend in
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