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Anderson 1 Paige Anderson Professor Patterson English Composition 101-093 14 December 2010 The Differentiation between Adolf Hitler and Kim II Sung Of the many dictators who caused their country of leadership much suffering, Kim II Sung and Adolf Hitler stand out the most. Many people consider these leaders’ leadership skills as similar as they both have participated in extremely violent doings to their respective countries. However, Kim II Sung and Adolf Hitler are different people, with different strategies and leadership styles, and different goals for their country. Kim II Sung and Adolf Hitler are politicians who caused major genocide within their counties; the aspects and goals of each dictator are contrary Kim II Sung was the leader of North Korea until 1994. Kim became the leader of North Korea because the Soviets and Americans divided the country into two: North and South. The Soviets appointed Kim the leader of the North because of his loyalty. “Kim had been picked by local Soviet commanders in Pyongyang to be North Korea's leader, in part because they knew few other Koreans. In exchange for his loyalty, the Soviets disarmed Kim's potential rivals and installed him as premier of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea when it was officially founded in 1948” (Kim Il-sung). Kim made North Korea into his own dictatorship after being intrigued by the leadership of Stalin’s Soviet Union. “Kim continued to admire the Soviet dictator's methods, his bearing, and his cult of personality, and Kim worked to develop his own status as a ruler” (Kim Il-sung).
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Anderson 2 After the establishment of his country Kim II Sung had many plans for his country. He alienated the entire country from the outside world and in turn, the outside world from his country. “His
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