Hmmm, I wonder if the latter is in fact analogous. Soviet=Nazi?
The Czars weren't exactly saints either. Communism though essentially replaced one form of autocracy with another, except of course, for the monarchic element of the former:-)
Furthermore, Stalin was no Hitler! Jewish apparatschiki who played ball with Stalin were spared incarceration or execution, provided they sacrifice their personal freedoms
to the State. In the case of Hitler, once determined to be a Jew (although certain exceptions were made, such as for Mischlinge), all the amount of butt kissing, flashing an Iron Cross, or standing on one's head while shouting 'Sieg Heil!', couldn't save the Jews from slated extermination. To Stalin, obedience came first and foremost. His was an ideological society as opposed to Hitler, for whom the concept of State was of a racially pure unit, hence, biological first and foremost. Russian Jews could technically be considered "model comrades", whereas German Jews were never deemed "German" enough for the Nazis!
Probably in the scheme of things, the worst of all Communist dictators was Ceacsescu, seconded perhaps by Rakosi of Hungary. The second, by the way, was a Jew by birth, ironically.