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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Stalin

Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (born Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili; 18 December 1878 – 5 March 1953) was a Georgian revolutionary and Soviet politician who led the Soviet Union from the mid–1920s until 1953 as General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1922–1953) and Premier (1941–1953). While initially presiding over a collective leadership as first among equals ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rise_of_Joseph_Stalin

Stalin's connections helped him to gain influential positions behind the scenes in the Soviet-Russian government. At the Bolshevik Party's 11th Congress, it was decided to expand the party's Central Committee. Due to the expansion, a secretariat became a necessity. Stalin was appointed the head of this new office on the 3rd of April 1922.

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oseph Stalin lead Russia throughout World War Two and up to his death in 1953. Joseph Stalin was leader of Russia when Hitler launched Operation Barbarossa in June 1941 and saw his nation survive the battles fought at Moscow and Leningrad and oversaw a vital victory at the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942 / 43.

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Leon Trotsky, a leader of the Bolshevik revolution and early architect of the Soviet state, is deported by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin to Alma-Ata in remote Soviet Central Asia. He lived there in ...

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History aftermath of ww2 and the cold war. STUDY. PLAY. Yalta Conference, Feb. 1945 ... -if Stalin shot them down it would be an act of war ... (Tito had an advantage because the soviet troops did not occupy Yugoslavia and the country did not border the USSR) Albania - communist and allied with Soviets until Stalin died (1953), then isolated ...

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Severely for most of the countries as to rightfully prosecute any tiny attempts to create home-bred "heaven on Earth", i.e. communism that brought so much suffering and killings of millions of people in Russia (former USSR).I'd question even the start of the WW2 if it wouldn't been Jugashvili (aka Stalin) and his politics in 30s. As to China - they learned the lesson and steered ...

newrepublic.com/article/145953/stalin-starved-ukraine

Why Stalin Starved Ukraine ... they were—along with the persecution of intellectuals and officials who had even the flimsiest connection to Ukrainian ... Stalin wanted the country, with its ...

yesterday.uktv.co.uk/warzone/article/stalins-role-wwii

> Stalin's Role in the Second World War Stalin's Role in the Second World War ... Stalin remained in the Kremlin and begun to take control of the country's ailing military infrastructure. Industrial plants were moved from European USSR to the east, competent military commanders were allowed to take control of important strategic positions and ...

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Famine The government regularly made unmeetable demands so essentially everyone was guilty of crime. Millions were sentenced without trials and about 8 million were sent to labor camps where around a million died each year due to malnutrition He wanted to industrialize the USSR