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According to the documentary film ‘Hitler and Stalin: Roots of Evil’, Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin were both raised by abusive Fathers, both men adored their mothers, and were embarrassed of their backgrounds, suffering from inferiority personalities. This compelling similarity of Stalin and Hitler’ upbringings debatably illustrate some of the reasonings behind their cruel, ruthless dictatorship styles which were employed, and used as a gateway to high-ranking authoritative position of power, in relation to somewhat of due to task-related personality traits, which is defined as “traits closely associated with task accomplishment.” (DuBulin, 2016) that both Hitler and Stalin fearful dictators in their respective countries. Interestingly, Stalin’s mother hoped him to become a priest, which led him to enter a theological seminary when he turned fifteen. His intelligence, prestigious memory, and attention to details were impressive. But, they also saw a stubborn, cruel, ruthless, proud, a loner. Eventually, he became attracted to anarchism, revolutionary terrorism, and Marxism. His violent, revolutionary activities lead to his expulsion from the seminary with five years.As a child, Stalin was quick to lose his temper and easily harbored grudges against people. Based on the documentary, his whole life consisted in struggle against those he put down in his mind as enemies. According to Robert Tucker, who wrote “Stalin as Revolutionary”, discussed how he’s estimated to kill twenty million civilians and soldiers were During World War II. If one would compare Stain vs. Hitler as to who would be worse, as both