Essays on Joseph Stalin

Public Attitudes To Authoritarian Historical Figures In Russia

Russia’s Soviet and Imperial legacy, and its notorious figures such as Stalin and the Romanovs have, in my opinion, greatly hindered the development of genuine democracy in Post-Soviet Russia. Democratisation is when a country introduces democratic principles such as: free elections, freedom of the press and freedom of speech. From what we can see in...
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History's Most Evil Men: Adolf Hitler And Joseph Stalin

History is full of miraculous stories involving advancements and victories, but a majority of the time it is unfortunately filled with brutal war and unethical people. Over time, more and more deeply evil humans have leadership positions and have begun to run their countries a bit differently than before. Two men that are looked back...
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Joseph Stalin: The Life

Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was one of the most famous dictators of his time. He is known for ruling the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) by terror and how he took the Soviet Union from economic shambles to a superpower, but at the high cost of human sacrifice. Stalin is also compared to Adolf Hitler,...
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