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Macbeth vs. Adolf Hitler 
JAN, 2015
Macbeth vs Hitler
Battle of Power 
Who was willing to do more for that power?
Macbeth
Hitler
01
Love for country 
01
Hitler grew up loving politics and war though he was unable to fight in the war. Learns how the best politicians appeal to many groups of people.
01
In Act I, Macbeth saves Scotland from losing a battle and is a hero. Everyone loves him for what he has done for his country and people, particularly soldiers.
02
Gain of Power 
02
After hearing his fate from the witches, Macbeth becomes power hungry and begins to take his fate into his own hands by killing Duncan 
02
As he becomes more powerful and recognized in society,Hitler begins to look down on Jewish people and begins to believe his own race is the most powerful 
03
Absolute Power 
03
Macbeth finally achieves absolute power by becoming King of Scotland but does not stop there. He kills anyone and anything in his way of maintaining power. He feels he is untouchable because of what the witches told him. 
03
Hitler gets absolute power in 1934 after the German President dies and he dissolves all Nazi leadership positions in order for him to be entirely in charge of the entire country 
04
End of Power
04
Macbeth begins to realize he is not untouchable and becomes paranoid. His wife dies, and he is eventually killed by Macduff who is not naturally born from a woman.Malcolm becomes King and ends Macbeth's violent reign  
04
After Hitler begins to lose power and battles in WWII,he declares war on the United States. After losing more and realizing he cannot win,  he commits suicide in 1943, right before Soviet troops would have captured him.