In the last article written, Adolf Hitler was analyzed.
Another man who played a huge role in World War 2 was Joseph Stalin, leader of the military force of Russia. Stalin is an extroverted thinking type primarily. This is evident as he is a strategic fighter. He cared about getting the highest amount of military force possible and he was extremely organized with his army. His extroverted thinking was evident in his cold hearted attitude towards people. To him, everyone who was fighting for him was just another piece of his army who he was to command. This clearly shows how much of a thinker he was.
His secondary function is introverted sensing. Many people remarked on Stalin’s fine attention to detail. He could recall every other enemies military numbers, weapons, etc. This was one of the main reasons he was an excellent military leader. He was also very objective and a perfectionist, striving to gain power, evident by his introverted sensing attitude.
Due to this information, it is clear that Joseph Stalin is primarily an extroverted thinking type, due to his ability to command soldiers and think logically when making decisions, always thinking about future consequences. His secondary function is introverted sensing, due to his fine attention to detail and his ability to gather all information before making decisions. This makes Joseph Stalin an ESTJ, the commanding type.
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