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Attached on the right is a conscientiously compiled collection of quotes that were spoken by Stalin and Hitler (or their assorted Yes-Men). These utterances were printed with Stalin's poisonous pronouncements in red and Hitler's sickening soliloquies in black - both shades refer to similar topics and show an identical manner of thought that is indistinguishable from the other.

Hitler used the Bolshevik lingo more often than you might have thought...

Click here to read about the blackmail and extortion tactics that American Communists used in Hollywood during the Great Depression...

Click here to read an article that explains in great detail how the Nazi economic system (with it's wage and price controls) was Marxist in origin.

Additional magazine and newspaper articles about the Cold War may be read on this page.


Soviet and Nazi Rhetoric Compared (The New Leader Magazine, 1951

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