To learn about power and corruption, we need to examine some of the cruel and tyrannical rulers who have been in power throughout history. Looking at Adolf Hitler, former Nazi dictator of Germany, and Mao Zedong, former Communist dictator of China, we discover many similarities in their opinions, actions, and the effects of their power.
In 1918 Germany surrendered and Hitler was very upset about the loss. He believed that it was the Jews and the Communists who betrayed the "fatherland" and it was here that his disliking of the Jews most likely began. Germany, after the war, was in chaos. With no real Government to control the country, some groups tried to take control. One day a big communist group staged but another group of ex-soldiers, including Hitler, managed to hold them back. Hitler's political rise starts to take off in the year of 1919.
One day on September 12, 1919 - a fateful day in history, Hitler was sent to investigate a small group, which called itself the "German Workers Party".
Hitler was not too happy about his assignment. He thought it wouldn't be worth it to even go. At the group they mainly talked about the Countries problem and how the Jews, communists, and others where threatening the master race and offered their own solutions. Hitler was bored by the meeting but when a man stood up and claimed that Bavaria should separate from Germany, Hitler got up and argued that point. He argued that Germany and Germans must unite into one to survive. His natural ability to speak impressed the leader of the group and at the end of the meeting he gave Hitler a small book and an invitation the next meeting. He wasn't interested in attending but after reading the hand out...