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    REASON FOR REFERRAL Between 1928 and 1953, Josef Stalin was the dictator of the Soviet Union after the death of Vladimir Lenin who greatly influenced him. Josef experienced a troubled childhood, dysfunctional family, depression, and his father’s abuse to his mother. These might be contributing factors behind Josef’s actions. His father was abusive to his mother which led him to feel threatened by his him. His behavior while in power is paranoia. He feels that he has to protect himself from threats

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    Russian leader Josef Stalin along with his fellow Government Officials and the Russian Secret Police. In fact, these acts of terror, violence, torture, and murder took place in Russia under Josef Stalin, the leader of the Russian government. In other words, the very leader that was supposed to govern and protect the Russian people, led millions of them to their deaths between the years of 1928 and 1953. Determined to maintain total control, or power over the people and country, Stalin systematically

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    After establishing himself as Lenin’s successor, Stalin ruthlessly increased his power and pushed forward with all his policies. What resulted was an extreme totalitarian dictatorship. Stalin imposed his stamp on Russia. He employed greater control over the communist party, and to guarantee its longevity, he unleashed a flood of fear and coercion which had never been seen before. He eliminated any threats to his position via the NKVD and the purges which resulted in the death of millions of soviet

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    Josef Stalin

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    During his years in power Stalin ruled as a ruthless dictator who killed off his opponents and terrorized Russians. However he was viewed by his people as a hero who cared for them and was improving the lives of Russian people. His policies modernized Russia and educated the people however his policies came at a cost of millions people. His 5 year-plans aimed to improve Russia but he implemented them in a very terrifying manner. He improved the living standards of peasants by collectivizing farms

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    Josef Stalin “Death is the solution to all problems. No man - no problem” - Joseph Stalin. Joseph Stalin was as powerful and unprincipled as any dictator in history. He transformed the soviet union from a peasant society to a global superpower. But the human cost was staggering. Twice as many people killed under stalin’s regime than were killed by hitler. Yet when stalin died many in russia wept. Josef Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili also know as josef stalin was was born in the small town of Gori,

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    The Hungarian Revolution of 1956

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    Following the death of Josef Stalin in 1953, the harsh policies he implemented in not only the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, but also its many satellite nations began to break down. There was a movement to distance all of the socialist nations from Stalin?s sadistic rule. In the Peoples? Republic of Hungary, there was much disillusionment with this Stalinist absolutism (Felkay 50). This disillusionment with the Soviet ideal of socialism lead the people of the fledgeling socialist state of

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    Cold War

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    considered vital to its national interest, including much of Eastern Europe. The Yalta Conference is often cited as the beginning of the Cold War. During the seven days of February 4 – 11, 1945, the Big Three – Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin – met in Crimea at the Lavidia Palace on the Black Sea. The main purpose of Yalta was the re-establishement of the nationas conquered and destroyed Germany. Poland was given back it...

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    Operation Barbarossa

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    made throughout 1940 for the invasion of Russia, time was favorable towards the Russians and they continued to mobilize their resources and strengthen their defense forces. The invasion of the Germans was a complete surprise as Russian dictator, Josef Stalin, had failed to acknowledge the increasing German troop concentrations on the border and he had also ignored British intelligence reports stating that Germany had intended to attack. Hitler once again used the Blitzkrieg technique with German tanks

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    Images Of Control Propaganda

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    that their ideas supercede those of others. Two examples of propaganda being used extensively during the twentieth century is by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazi) in Germany from 1933 – 1945 and by the Communist government led by Josef Stalin in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics from 1929 – 1953. In examining these two states and their use of propaganda, it can be seen that although both state had radically different ideologies, certain trends in their use of propaganda can be

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    in the English Civil War: Examining Paradise Lost and The Blazing World Throughout history, many great conquerors and powerful leaders were aliens in their communities. Examples are Alexander the Great, who was Macedonian and led the Greeks, Josef Stalin, who was Georgian and later became dictator of the U.S.S.R., Adolf Hitler, the Austrian Fuhrer of Germany, and Napoleon Bonaparte, the Corsican nationalist conqueror in France. In two primary works of seventeenth century British literature, Paradise

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