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4 March, when

PI..I* DEATH OF STALIN LAST DAYS OF STALIN This then was the situation in the Soviet Union on 4 March, when Radio Moscow announced that Stalin was in critical condition as a re-sult of a stroke on the night of 1-2 March. bulletins were couched in pessimistic te'rms.

Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stalin 1 (1879-1953) Joseph Stalin, infamous for his campaigns of terror, was totalitarian dictator of the USSR from 1941 until his death in 1953.

Churchill and Stalin

2 Churchill and Stalin There is a chapter in the second volume of Tocqueville's De-mocracyinAmerica that has seldom (if ever) attracted the atten-tionitdeserves.

Kolchinsky - Stalin on Stamps

1 Stalin on Stamps: Design, Propaganda, Politics Alexander Kolchinsky, Ph. D. Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union from 1929 to 1953, was surrounded by a cult of personality that dominated all areas of Soviet public life.

"U.S.-Soviet Relations and American Foreign Policy Before and ...

1 "U.S.-Soviet Relations and American Foreign Policy Before and After Stalin's Death." I. Lost Opportunity? Walt Rostow's View What influence did Stalin's death have on America's foreign policy?

Roosevelt and Stalin

The infamous courtship of a patrician and a revolutionist Roosevelt and Stalin Robert Nisbet PRFSIDENT ROOSEVELTS World War 11 court-ship of Stalii reached its heights, as I have indicated, in the two summit meetings at Teheran and Yalta.

Part IThe Origins of Stalinism

1 Stalin and his Stalinism: Power and Authority in the Soviet Union, 1930-1953 Ronald Grigor Suny Excerpted from Ronald Grigor Suny, "Stalin and his Stalinism: Power and Authority in the Soviet Union, 1930-53," in Ian Kershaw and Moshe Lewin, eds., Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in ...

STALIN AND STALINISM-A REVIEW ARTICLE

STALIN AND STALINISM-A REVIEW ARTICLE IAN D. THATCHER R.W. Davies, Oleg V. Khlevniuk, and E.A. Rees (eds), The Stalin-Kaganovich Correspondence 1931-36.

STALIN AND MAO: MARXISM TWO WAYS

STALIN AND MAO: MARXISM TWO WAYS Evaluating Stalin and Mao's leadership and what their Leadership Meant for the Russian and Chinese People The average intellectual opinion of both Joseph Stalin and Mao Tse-tung will not be a positive one; however, if the policies of both leaders are evaluated ...