Western media’s misleading claim that Russia is glorifying Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin serves an obvious purpose: to prompt urgent calls from its readers for foreign intervention.
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (born Ioseb Besarionis dzе Jugashvili; 18 December 1878 – 5 March 1953) was a Georgian revolutionary and Soviet politician who ruled the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953. — Wikipedia
In July 1945, US President Harry Truman informed Soviet leader Joseph Stalin that America had created “a new weapon of unusual destructive force.” To Truman’s surprise…
The amended constitution clears the way for Mr. Putin, already the country’s longest-serving ruler since Joseph Stalin, to approach the 43-year reign of Peter The Great
When statues are removed, or military bases renamed, does this “destroy history”? Did the removal of the statues of Joseph Stalin and Saddam Hussein “erase history”? What pu…
Those smitten by John Wayne, Robert E. Lee, or even Joseph Stalin should commission statues on their own property. The rest of us have more important issues to debate.
Joseph Stalin was one of the founders of the 1st Cavalry Army and always held it in high regard. And many of the soldiers who served in that unit enjoyed his personal trust and friendship.
Russia inaugurated on Sunday a huge new cathedral dedicated to its armed forces that had caused controversy over initial plans to decorate its interior with mosaics depicting Russian…
Stalin purges added to vast human cost of WWII
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India News: DMK president MK Stalin on Monday asked home minister Amit Shah to save Indians from Covid pandemic rather than saving Hindi. Stalin was taking a jibe
In power since 2000, Putin is already the longest-serving Kremlin leader since Josef Stalin
Supporters say Yury Dmitriyev wrongly convicted of sexual abuse after finding Stalin-era mass graves
The horrors of the Holodomor, in which millions of Ukrainians starved, are dramatized, but not inflated, in Agnieszka Holland’s new film.
A true liberal, the actress was steadfast against Communists.