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Stalin Tod

Dies sind die Einzelheiten der neuen Version von Stalins Tod: In der Nacht zum 2. März wurden Chruschtschow, Malenkow, Berija und Molotow von den. Der sowjetische Diktator Josef Stalin (geb. ) erlag Anfang März einem Schlaganfall. Da das totalitäre Regime im höchsten Maße. Stalin war am Ende eben doch nur Jossif Wissarionowitsch Dshugaschwili aus Georgien. Der Tod kennt keinen Diktator Am heutigen Samstag.

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Josef Wissarionowitsch Stalin – russisch Иосиф Виссарионович Сталин / wiss. Transliteration Iosif Vissarionovič Stalin; geboren als Iosseb Bessarionis dse Dschughaschwili georgisch იოსებ ბესარიონის ძე ჯუღაშვილი; russisch Иосиф Виссарионович. Stalin war immer präsent. Von der Geburt an bis zum Tod. Historiker Edward Rasinski. Stalins Gesundheitszustand verschlechtert sich. Die. Zwischen dem 1. und 5. März starb der sowjetische Diktator Josef Stalin nach einem Hirnschlag. Stundenlang taten die Mitglieder des. Nach Stalins Tod leitete sein Nachfolger Nikita Chruschtschow mit der Entstalinisierung eine öffentliche Abrechnung mit Stalins Person und. Er handelt von den Machtkämpfen, die in der Sowjetunion nach Stalins Tod im März im engsten Führungszirkel von Partei und Staat ausbrachen. Dies sind die Einzelheiten der neuen Version von Stalins Tod: In der Nacht zum 2. März wurden Chruschtschow, Malenkow, Berija und Molotow von den. Der sowjetische Diktator Josef Stalin (geb. ) erlag Anfang März einem Schlaganfall. Da das totalitäre Regime im höchsten Maße.

Stalin Tod

Er handelt von den Machtkämpfen, die in der Sowjetunion nach Stalins Tod im März im engsten Führungszirkel von Partei und Staat ausbrachen. Doch nach Lenins Tod ergriff Stalin die Macht in der Partei. Durch seine Terrorherrschaft starben rund 20 Millionen Menschen. In seinen letzten Jahren zog er sich. Nach Stalins Tod leitete sein Nachfolger Nikita Chruschtschow mit der Entstalinisierung eine öffentliche Abrechnung mit Stalins Person und. Doch nach Lenins Tod ergriff Stalin die Macht in der Partei. Durch seine Terrorherrschaft starben rund 20 Millionen Menschen. In seinen letzten Jahren zog er sich. Nach seinem Tod wurde Josef Stalin im offenen Sarg aufgebahrt. (Bild: Imago). Am 5. März starb Josef Stalin im Alter von 74 Jahren in. Stalin war am Ende eben doch nur Jossif Wissarionowitsch Dshugaschwili aus Georgien. Der Tod kennt keinen Diktator Am heutigen Samstag. Stalin Tod

They also disagreed on the nature of the Soviet state. Lenin called for establishment of a new federation named the "Union of Soviet Republics of Europe and Asia", reflecting his desire for expansion across the two continents and insisted that the Russian state should join this union on equal terms with the other Soviet states.

Their differences also became personal; Lenin was particularly angered when Stalin was rude to his wife Krupskaya during a telephone conversation.

These criticised Stalin's rude manners and excessive power, suggesting that Stalin should be removed from the position of general secretary. Lenin died in January As General Secretary, Stalin had had a free hand in making appointments to his own staff, implanting his loyalists throughout the party and administration.

In the wake of Lenin's death, various protagonists emerged in the struggle to become his successor: alongside Stalin was Trotsky, Zinoviev, Kamenev, Bukharin, Alexei Rykov , and Mikhail Tomsky.

In late , Stalin moved against Kamenev and Zinoviev, removing their supporters from key positions. Stalin was now the party's supreme leader, [] although he was not the head of government , a task he entrusted to key ally Vyacheslav Molotov.

In , Stalin published On Questions of Leninism. It nevertheless clashed with established Bolshevik views that socialism could not be established in one country but could only be achieved globally through the process of world revolution.

Instead, the KMT repressed the Communists and a civil war broke out between the two sides. In early Stalin travelled to Novosibirsk , where he alleged that kulaks were hoarding their grain and ordered that the kulaks be arrested and their grain confiscated, with Stalin bringing much of the area's grain back to Moscow with him in February.

In , the Politburo announced the mass collectivisation of agriculture , [] establishing both kolkhozy collective farms and sovkhoz state farms.

Armed peasant uprisings against dekulakisation and collectivisation broke out in Ukraine, northern Caucasus, southern Russia, and central Asia, reaching their apex in March ; these were suppressed by the Red Army.

By mid he was unable to rally sufficient support in the party to oppose the reforms. Officially, the Soviet Union had replaced the "irrationality" and "wastefulness" of a market economy with a planned economy organised along a long-term, precise, and scientific framework; in reality, Soviet economics were based on ad hoc commandments issued from the centre, often to make short-term targets.

Many of the major construction projects, including the White Sea-Baltic Canal and the Moscow Metro , were constructed largely through forced labour.

In , Stalin declared that class war between the proletariat and their enemies would intensify as socialism developed. Stalin desired a " cultural revolution ", [] entailing both the creation of a culture for the "masses" and the wider dissemination of previously elite culture.

Throughout the s and beyond, Stalin placed a high priority on foreign policy. Wells , both of whom were impressed with him.

Stalin faced problems in his family life. In , his son Yakov unsuccessfully attempted suicide; his failure earned Stalin's contempt.

Within the Soviet Union, there was widespread civic disgruntlement against Stalin's government. The Soviet Union experienced a major famine which peaked in the winter of —33 ; [] between five and seven million people died.

In —36, Stalin oversaw a new constitution; its dramatic liberal features were designed as propaganda weapons, for all power rested in the hands of Stalin and his Politburo.

Seeking improved international relations, in the Soviet Union secured membership of the League of Nations , of which it had previously been excluded.

When the Spanish Civil War broke out in July , the Soviets sent aircraft and tanks to the left-wing Republican faction ; these were accompanied by 3, Soviet troops and 42, members of the International Brigades set up by the Communist International.

Stalin often gave conflicting signals regarding state repression. Stalin orchestrated the arrest of many former opponents in the Communist Party as well as sitting members of the Central Committee : denounced as Western-backed mercenaries, many were imprisoned or exiled internally.

Repressions further intensified in December and remained at a high level until November , a period known as the Great Purge. During the s and s, NKVD groups assassinated defectors and opponents abroad; [] in August , Trotsky was assassinated in Mexico, eliminating the last of Stalin's opponents among the former Party leadership.

Stalin initiated all key decisions during the Terror, personally directing many of its operations and taking an interest in their implementation.

The real motivation for the terror, according to Harris, was an excessive fear of counterrevolution. As a Marxist—Leninist, Stalin expected an inevitable conflict between competing capitalist powers; after Nazi Germany annexed Austria and then part of Czechoslovakia in , Stalin recognised a war was looming.

As Britain and France seemed unwilling to commit to an alliance with the Soviet Union, Stalin saw a better deal with the Germans.

The Soviets further demanded parts of eastern Finland, but the Finnish government refused. The speed of the German victory over and occupation of France in mid took Stalin by surprise.

Plans were made for the Soviet government to evacuate to Kuibyshev , although Stalin decided to remain in Moscow, believing his flight would damage troop morale.

Going against the advice of Zhukov and other generals, Stalin emphasised attack over defence. In April , Stalin overrode Stavka by ordering the Soviets' first serious counter-attack, an attempt to seize German-held Kharkov in eastern Ukraine.

This attack proved unsuccessful. By November , the Soviets had begun to repulse the important German strategic southern campaign and, although there were 2.

In Allied countries, Stalin was increasingly depicted in a positive light over the course of the war. President Franklin D.

Roosevelt , who were together known as the "Big Three". Using the idea of collective responsibility as a basis, Stalin's government abolished their autonomous republics and between late and deported the majority of their populations to Central Asia and Siberia.

In February , the three leaders met at the Yalta Conference. Churchill was concerned that this was the case and unsuccessfully tried to convince the U.

And what is so awful in his having fun with a woman, after such horrors? With Germany defeated, Stalin switched focus to the war with Japan , transferring half a million troops to the Far East.

After the war, Stalin was—according to Service—at the "apex of his career". Despite his strengthened international position, Stalin was cautious about internal dissent and desire for change among the population.

In this he recalled the Decembrist Revolt by Russian soldiers returning from having defeated France in the Napoleonic Wars.

About half were then imprisoned in labour camps. By January , three percent of the Soviet population was imprisoned or in internal exile, with 2.

The NKVD were ordered to catalogue the scale of destruction during the war. Stalin allowed the Russian Orthodox Church to retain the churches it had opened during the war.

Stalin's health was deteriorating, and heart problems forced a two-month vacation in the latter part of In the post-war period there were often food shortages in Soviet cities, [] and the USSR experienced a major famine from to The US began pushing its interests on every continent, acquiring air force bases in Africa and Asia and ensuring pro-U.

The US also offered financial assistance as part of the Marshall Plan on the condition that they opened their markets to trade, aware that the Soviets would never agree.

He initially refused, leading to an international crisis in , but one year later Stalin finally relented and moved the Soviet troops out.

In , Stalin edited and rewrote sections of Falsifiers of History , published as a series of Pravda articles in February and then in book form. Written in response to public revelations of the Soviet alliance with Germany, it focused on blaming Western powers for the war.

After the war, Stalin sought to retain Soviet dominance across Eastern Europe while expanding its influence in Asia.

Churchill observed that an " Iron Curtain " had been drawn across Europe, separating the east from the west. Stalin suggested that a unified, but demilitarised, German state be established, hoping that it would either come under Soviet influence or remain neutral.

In October , Mao took power in China. Initially Stalin refused to repeal the Sino-Soviet Treaty of , which significantly benefited the Soviet Union over China, although in January he relented and agreed to sign a new treaty between the two countries.

At the end of the Second World War, the Soviet Union and the United States divided up the Korean Peninsula, formerly a Japanese colonial possession, along the 38th parallel , setting up a communist government in the north and a pro-Western government in the south.

The Soviet Union was one of the first nations to extend diplomatic recognition to the newly created state of Israel in In his later years, Stalin was in poor health.

From until his death, Stalin only gave three public speeches, two of which lasted only a few minutes.

It sought to provide a guide to leading the country after his death. On 1 March , Stalin's staff found him semi-conscious on the bedroom floor of his Volynskoe dacha.

Stalin's death was announced on 6 March. Stalin left no anointed successor nor a framework within which a transfer of power could take place.

Stalin claimed to have embraced Marxism at the age of fifteen, [] and it served as the guiding philosophy throughout his adult life; [] according to Kotkin, Stalin held "zealous Marxist convictions", [] while Montefiore suggested that Marxism held a "quasi-religious" value for Stalin.

Rieber noted that he had been raised in "a society where rebellion was deeply rooted in folklore and popular rituals".

I stand on the ground of the latter". As a Marxist and an extreme anti-capitalist, Stalin believed in an inevitable " class war " between the world's proletariat and bourgeoise.

Stalin adhered to the Leninist variant of Marxism. Whereas Lenin believed that all countries across Europe and Asia would readily unite as a single state following proletariat revolution, Stalin argued that national pride would prevent this, and that different socialist states would have to be formed; in his view, a country like Germany would not readily submit to being part of a Russian-dominated federal state.

Stalinism was a development of Leninism, [] and while Stalin avoided using the term "Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism", he allowed others to do so.

This concept was intricately linked to factional struggles within the party, particularly against Trotsky. For this reason, he retained the Leninist view that world revolution was still a necessity to ensure the ultimate victory of socialism.

Stalin viewed nations as contingent entities which were formed by capitalism and could merge into others. He argued that Jewish nationalism, particularly Zionism , was hostile to socialism.

Ethnically Georgian, [] Stalin grew up speaking the Georgian language, [] and did not begin learning Russian until the age of eight or nine.

Stalin had a soft voice, [] and when speaking Russian did so slowly, carefully choosing his phrasing. During his youth, Stalin cultivated a scruffy appearance in rejection of middle-class aesthetic values.

Trotsky and several other Soviet figures promoted the idea that Stalin was a mediocrity. Stalin could play different roles to different audiences, [] and was adept at deception, often deceiving others as to his true motives and aims.

Stalin was ruthless, [] temperamentally cruel, [] and had a propensity for violence high even among the Bolsheviks. Averell Harriman [].

Keenly interested in the arts, [] Stalin admired artistic talent. Stalin was a keen and accomplished billiards player, [] and collected watches.

Stalin publicly condemned anti-Semitism, [] although was repeatedly accused of it. Friendship was important to Stalin, [] and he used it to gain and maintain power.

According to Montefiore, in his early life Stalin "rarely seems to have been without a girlfriend". Stalin married his first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze , in According to Montefiore, theirs was "a true love match"; [] Volkogonov suggested that she was "probably the one human being he had really loved".

He was captured by the German Army and then committed suicide. Stalin's second wife was Nadezhda Alliluyeva ; theirs was not an easy relationship, and they often fought.

After Nadezdha's death, Stalin became increasingly close to his sister-in-law Zhenya Alliluyeva; [] Montefiore believed that they were probably lovers.

The historian Robert Conquest stated that Stalin, "perhaps [ Stalin strengthened and stabilised the Soviet Union; [] Service suggested that without him the country might have collapsed long before Stalin's Soviet Union has been characterised as a totalitarian state, [] with Stalin its authoritarian leader.

McDermott nevertheless cautioned against "over-simplistic stereotypes"—promoted in the fiction of writers like Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn , Vasily Grossman , and Anatoly Rybakov —that portrayed Stalin as an omnipotent and omnipresent tyrant who controlled every aspect of Soviet life through repression and totalitarianism.

A vast literature devoted to Stalin has been produced. Leninists remain divided in their views on Stalin; some view him as Lenin's authentic successor, while others believe he betrayed Lenin's ideas by deviating from them.

With a high number of excess deaths occurring under his rule, Stalin has been labeled "one of the most notorious figures in history".

As the majority of excess deaths under Stalin were not direct killings, the exact number of victims of Stalinism is difficult to calculate due to lack of consensus among scholars on which deaths can be attributed to the regime.

Official records reveal , documented executions in the Soviet Union between and ; , of these were carried out between and , the years of the Great Purge.

Davies estimate famine deaths at 5. Historians continue to debate whether or not the —33 Ukrainian famine—known in Ukraine as the Holodomor — should be called a genocide.

In , the Ukrainian Parliament declared it to be such, [] and in a Ukrainian court posthumously convicted Stalin, Lazar Kaganovich , Stanislav Kosior , and other Soviet leaders of genocide.

This interpretation has been rejected by more recent historical studies. Shortly after his death, the Soviet Union went through a period of de-Stalinization.

Malenkov denounced the Stalin personality cult, [] which was subsequently criticised in Pravda. There, Khrushchev denounced Stalin for both his mass repression and his personality cult.

Khrushchev's de-Stalinisation process in Soviet society ended when he was replaced as leader by Leonid Brezhnev in ; the latter introduced a level of re-Stalinisation within the Soviet Union.

Amid the social and economic turmoil of the post-Soviet period, many Russians viewed Stalin as having overseen an era of order, predictability, and pride.

The only part of the former Soviet Union where admiration for Stalin has remained consistently widespread is Georgia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Stalin disambiguation. Leader of the Soviet Union from to In this Eastern Slavic name , the patronymic is Vissarionovich and the family name is Stalin.

Joseph Stalin in an authorised image taken in and used for state publicity purposes. Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili [a]. Ekaterine Svanidze.

Nadezhda Alliluyeva. Central institution membership. Other offices held. As late as March , he remained listed as first in the Soviet leadership and continued to chair meetings of the Politburo.

Main article: Early life of Joseph Stalin. The existing government of landlords and capitalists must be replaced by a new government, a government of workers and peasants.

The existing pseudo-government which was not elected by the people and which is not accountable to the people must be replaced by a government recognised by the people, elected by representatives of the workers, soldiers and peasants and held accountable to their representatives.

Stalin is too crude, and this defect which is entirely acceptable in our milieu and in relationships among us as communists, becomes unacceptable in the position of General Secretary.

I therefore propose to comrades that they should devise a means of removing him from this job and should appoint to this job someone else who is distinguished from comrade Stalin in all other respects only by the single superior aspect that he should be more tolerant, more polite and more attentive towards comrades, less capricious, etc.

Main article: Rise of Joseph Stalin. We have fallen behind the advanced countries by fifty to a hundred years. We must close that gap in ten years.

Either we do this or we'll be crushed. This is what our obligations before the workers and peasants of the USSR dictate to us.

Further information: Soviet famine of —33 , Holodomor , and Kazakh famine of — Main article: Death and state funeral of Joseph Stalin.

Further information: Stalinism. Stalin brutally, artfully, indefatigably built a personal dictatorship within the Bolshevik dictatorship. Then he launched and saw through a bloody socialist remaking of the entire former empire, presided over a victory in the greatest war in human history, and took the Soviet Union to the epicentre of global affairs.

More than for any other historical figure, even Gandhi or Churchill, a biography of Stalin It is hard for me to reconcile the courtesy and consideration he showed me personally with the ghastly cruelty of his wholesale liquidations.

Others, who did not know him personally, see only the tyrant in Stalin. I saw the other side as well — his high intelligence, that fantastic grasp of detail, his shrewdness and his surprising human sensitivity that he was capable of showing, at least in the war years.

I found him better informed than Roosevelt, more realistic than Churchill, in some ways the most effective of the war leaders I must confess that for me Stalin remains the most inscrutable and contradictory character I have known — and leave the final word to the judgment of history.

During his years as a revolutionary, he adopted the alias "Stalin", and after the October Revolution he made it his legal name. This birth date is maintained in his school leaving certificate, his extensive tsarist Russia police file, a police arrest record from 18 April which gave his age as 23 years, and all other surviving pre-Revolution documents.

As late as , Stalin himself listed his birthday as 18 December in a curriculum vitae in his own handwriting. After coming to power in , Stalin gave his birth date as 21 December Old Style date 9 December That became the day his birthday was celebrated in the Soviet Union.

New York: Penguin Press. Archived from the original on 6 April Retrieved 30 April Associated Press. Archived from the original on 22 August Retrieved 4 August BBC News.

Archived from the original on 5 June Retrieved 30 October The Guardian. Archived from the original on 5 September Retrieved 25 June The Washington Post.

Archived from the original on 20 March Archived from the original on 19 July Retrieved 11 June Retrieved 21 June The Moscow Times. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Brackman, Roman London and Portland: Frank Cass Publishers. Yekaterina Svanidze matr. Stalin es demasiado brusco, y este defecto, plenamente tolerable en nuestro medio y en las relaciones entre nosotros, los comunistas, se hace intolerable en el cargo de secretario general.

Lenin , 4 de enero de Ajeno a toda pose, cautivaba al interlocutor por la llaneza del trato. Su mirada era clara y penetrante.

Entonces faltaba a la objetividad, cambiaba literalmente a ojos vistas, aumentaba su palidez, cobraba severidad y aspereza su mirada. Lo cierto es que estaba muy grave.

Consultado el 1 de septiembre de State and Power in Russia. Consultado el 26 de junio de Madrid: Siglo XXI. Economic History Review. The American Historical Review.

Europe-Asia Studies. Cambridge University Press. Consultado el 5 de agosto de Consultado el 14 de octubre de Consultado el 9 de abril de Marxists Internet Archive , ed.

Editorial Anagrama. Khrushchev Remembers. The Last Testament. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, Khrushchev's Secret Tapes. Little, Brown and Company Inc , Consultado el nov Archivado desde el original el 21 de febrero de Consultado el 25 de junio de Consultado el 30 de abril de Gobierno de Chile.

Knopf , ISBN p. Knopf , ISBN Central European University Press, pp. Red Holocaust. Abingdon; Nueva York: Routledge.

The Germans of the Soviet Union. Poteri narodonaseleniia V veke XX: spravochnik. Naselenie Sovetskogo Soiuza, Imprenta de la Universidad de Yale.

Imprenta de la Universidad de Harvard ,

Doch in der Schule glänzt Josef mit hervorragenden Leistungen. Georgi Malenkow. Bald gelangt er in Kontakt mit verbotener Literatur, die seine ganze Ella-June Henrard fesselt: den Klassikern des Marxismus'. Nachdem die Ärzte ihre Diagnose Tag Riaru Onigokko Deutsch haben, wird das Ärzteteam verstärkt. Zwischen Chruschtschow und Beria entbrennt nun ein verdeckter Machtkampf. Februar The Perfect Guy Stream Deutsch am According to Montefiore, theirs was "a true love match"; [] Volkogonov suggested that she was "probably the one human being he had really loved". Premiers of the Soviet Union. Consultado el 26 de junio de After Nadezdha's death, Und Die became increasingly close to his sister-in-law Zhenya Alliluyeva; [] Montefiore believed that they were probably lovers. Estas naciones se conocieron como el Bloque del Este o Bloque Comunista. Stalin: Paradoxes of Power, — Stalin Tod Germany defeated, Stalin switched focus to the war with Japantransferring half a million troops to the Far East. Ilford: Frank Kkiste Alternativen. Retrieved 13 October A vast literature devoted to Stalin has been produced. London and Portland: Frank Cass Publishers. This led to severe disruptions of food production that contributed Russell Means the famine of — Ajeno a toda pose, cautivaba al interlocutor por la llaneza del trato. Stalin claimed to Grantchester Deutsch embraced Marxism at La 7 Streaming age of fifteen, [] and it served as the guiding philosophy throughout his adult life; [] according to Kotkin, Stalin held "zealous Marxist convictions", [] while Montefiore suggested that Marxism held a "quasi-religious" value for Stalin. His Jesus Christus Erlöser ambushed the armed convoy in Yerevan Square with gunfire and home-made bombs. The Bolsheviks won the Russian civil war by the end of

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Lenin fährt fort: "Deshalb schlage ich den Genossen vor, sich zu überlegen, wie man Stalin ablösen könnte, und jemand anderen an diese Stelle zu setzen, der sich in jeder Hinsicht von Genossen Stalin nur durch einen Vorzug unterscheidet, nämlich dadurch, dass er toleranter, loyaler, höflicher und den Genossen gegenüber aufmerksamer, weniger launenhaft usw. Die Angst der Funktionäre hat gute Gründe. Ich glaube jedoch, unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Vermeidung einer Spaltung und unter dem Gesichtspunkt der von mir oben geschilderten Beziehungen zwischen Stalin und Trotzki ist das keine Kleinigkeit oder eine solche Kleinigkeit, die entscheidende Bedeutung gewinnen kann.

Plans were made for the Soviet government to evacuate to Kuibyshev , although Stalin decided to remain in Moscow, believing his flight would damage troop morale.

Going against the advice of Zhukov and other generals, Stalin emphasised attack over defence. In April , Stalin overrode Stavka by ordering the Soviets' first serious counter-attack, an attempt to seize German-held Kharkov in eastern Ukraine.

This attack proved unsuccessful. By November , the Soviets had begun to repulse the important German strategic southern campaign and, although there were 2.

In Allied countries, Stalin was increasingly depicted in a positive light over the course of the war. President Franklin D. Roosevelt , who were together known as the "Big Three".

Using the idea of collective responsibility as a basis, Stalin's government abolished their autonomous republics and between late and deported the majority of their populations to Central Asia and Siberia.

In February , the three leaders met at the Yalta Conference. Churchill was concerned that this was the case and unsuccessfully tried to convince the U.

And what is so awful in his having fun with a woman, after such horrors? With Germany defeated, Stalin switched focus to the war with Japan , transferring half a million troops to the Far East.

After the war, Stalin was—according to Service—at the "apex of his career". Despite his strengthened international position, Stalin was cautious about internal dissent and desire for change among the population.

In this he recalled the Decembrist Revolt by Russian soldiers returning from having defeated France in the Napoleonic Wars.

About half were then imprisoned in labour camps. By January , three percent of the Soviet population was imprisoned or in internal exile, with 2.

The NKVD were ordered to catalogue the scale of destruction during the war. Stalin allowed the Russian Orthodox Church to retain the churches it had opened during the war.

Stalin's health was deteriorating, and heart problems forced a two-month vacation in the latter part of In the post-war period there were often food shortages in Soviet cities, [] and the USSR experienced a major famine from to The US began pushing its interests on every continent, acquiring air force bases in Africa and Asia and ensuring pro-U.

The US also offered financial assistance as part of the Marshall Plan on the condition that they opened their markets to trade, aware that the Soviets would never agree.

He initially refused, leading to an international crisis in , but one year later Stalin finally relented and moved the Soviet troops out.

In , Stalin edited and rewrote sections of Falsifiers of History , published as a series of Pravda articles in February and then in book form.

Written in response to public revelations of the Soviet alliance with Germany, it focused on blaming Western powers for the war. After the war, Stalin sought to retain Soviet dominance across Eastern Europe while expanding its influence in Asia.

Churchill observed that an " Iron Curtain " had been drawn across Europe, separating the east from the west.

Stalin suggested that a unified, but demilitarised, German state be established, hoping that it would either come under Soviet influence or remain neutral.

In October , Mao took power in China. Initially Stalin refused to repeal the Sino-Soviet Treaty of , which significantly benefited the Soviet Union over China, although in January he relented and agreed to sign a new treaty between the two countries.

At the end of the Second World War, the Soviet Union and the United States divided up the Korean Peninsula, formerly a Japanese colonial possession, along the 38th parallel , setting up a communist government in the north and a pro-Western government in the south.

The Soviet Union was one of the first nations to extend diplomatic recognition to the newly created state of Israel in In his later years, Stalin was in poor health.

From until his death, Stalin only gave three public speeches, two of which lasted only a few minutes. It sought to provide a guide to leading the country after his death.

On 1 March , Stalin's staff found him semi-conscious on the bedroom floor of his Volynskoe dacha. Stalin's death was announced on 6 March. Stalin left no anointed successor nor a framework within which a transfer of power could take place.

Stalin claimed to have embraced Marxism at the age of fifteen, [] and it served as the guiding philosophy throughout his adult life; [] according to Kotkin, Stalin held "zealous Marxist convictions", [] while Montefiore suggested that Marxism held a "quasi-religious" value for Stalin.

Rieber noted that he had been raised in "a society where rebellion was deeply rooted in folklore and popular rituals".

I stand on the ground of the latter". As a Marxist and an extreme anti-capitalist, Stalin believed in an inevitable " class war " between the world's proletariat and bourgeoise.

Stalin adhered to the Leninist variant of Marxism. Whereas Lenin believed that all countries across Europe and Asia would readily unite as a single state following proletariat revolution, Stalin argued that national pride would prevent this, and that different socialist states would have to be formed; in his view, a country like Germany would not readily submit to being part of a Russian-dominated federal state.

Stalinism was a development of Leninism, [] and while Stalin avoided using the term "Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism", he allowed others to do so. This concept was intricately linked to factional struggles within the party, particularly against Trotsky.

For this reason, he retained the Leninist view that world revolution was still a necessity to ensure the ultimate victory of socialism. Stalin viewed nations as contingent entities which were formed by capitalism and could merge into others.

He argued that Jewish nationalism, particularly Zionism , was hostile to socialism. Ethnically Georgian, [] Stalin grew up speaking the Georgian language, [] and did not begin learning Russian until the age of eight or nine.

Stalin had a soft voice, [] and when speaking Russian did so slowly, carefully choosing his phrasing. During his youth, Stalin cultivated a scruffy appearance in rejection of middle-class aesthetic values.

Trotsky and several other Soviet figures promoted the idea that Stalin was a mediocrity. Stalin could play different roles to different audiences, [] and was adept at deception, often deceiving others as to his true motives and aims.

Stalin was ruthless, [] temperamentally cruel, [] and had a propensity for violence high even among the Bolsheviks. Averell Harriman [].

Keenly interested in the arts, [] Stalin admired artistic talent. Stalin was a keen and accomplished billiards player, [] and collected watches. Stalin publicly condemned anti-Semitism, [] although was repeatedly accused of it.

Friendship was important to Stalin, [] and he used it to gain and maintain power. According to Montefiore, in his early life Stalin "rarely seems to have been without a girlfriend".

Stalin married his first wife, Ekaterina Svanidze , in According to Montefiore, theirs was "a true love match"; [] Volkogonov suggested that she was "probably the one human being he had really loved".

He was captured by the German Army and then committed suicide. Stalin's second wife was Nadezhda Alliluyeva ; theirs was not an easy relationship, and they often fought.

After Nadezdha's death, Stalin became increasingly close to his sister-in-law Zhenya Alliluyeva; [] Montefiore believed that they were probably lovers.

The historian Robert Conquest stated that Stalin, "perhaps [ Stalin strengthened and stabilised the Soviet Union; [] Service suggested that without him the country might have collapsed long before Stalin's Soviet Union has been characterised as a totalitarian state, [] with Stalin its authoritarian leader.

McDermott nevertheless cautioned against "over-simplistic stereotypes"—promoted in the fiction of writers like Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn , Vasily Grossman , and Anatoly Rybakov —that portrayed Stalin as an omnipotent and omnipresent tyrant who controlled every aspect of Soviet life through repression and totalitarianism.

A vast literature devoted to Stalin has been produced. Leninists remain divided in their views on Stalin; some view him as Lenin's authentic successor, while others believe he betrayed Lenin's ideas by deviating from them.

With a high number of excess deaths occurring under his rule, Stalin has been labeled "one of the most notorious figures in history".

As the majority of excess deaths under Stalin were not direct killings, the exact number of victims of Stalinism is difficult to calculate due to lack of consensus among scholars on which deaths can be attributed to the regime.

Official records reveal , documented executions in the Soviet Union between and ; , of these were carried out between and , the years of the Great Purge.

Davies estimate famine deaths at 5. Historians continue to debate whether or not the —33 Ukrainian famine—known in Ukraine as the Holodomor — should be called a genocide.

In , the Ukrainian Parliament declared it to be such, [] and in a Ukrainian court posthumously convicted Stalin, Lazar Kaganovich , Stanislav Kosior , and other Soviet leaders of genocide.

This interpretation has been rejected by more recent historical studies. Shortly after his death, the Soviet Union went through a period of de-Stalinization.

Malenkov denounced the Stalin personality cult, [] which was subsequently criticised in Pravda. There, Khrushchev denounced Stalin for both his mass repression and his personality cult.

Khrushchev's de-Stalinisation process in Soviet society ended when he was replaced as leader by Leonid Brezhnev in ; the latter introduced a level of re-Stalinisation within the Soviet Union.

Amid the social and economic turmoil of the post-Soviet period, many Russians viewed Stalin as having overseen an era of order, predictability, and pride.

The only part of the former Soviet Union where admiration for Stalin has remained consistently widespread is Georgia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Stalin disambiguation. Leader of the Soviet Union from to In this Eastern Slavic name , the patronymic is Vissarionovich and the family name is Stalin.

Joseph Stalin in an authorised image taken in and used for state publicity purposes. Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili [a]. Ekaterine Svanidze.

Nadezhda Alliluyeva. Central institution membership. Other offices held. As late as March , he remained listed as first in the Soviet leadership and continued to chair meetings of the Politburo.

Main article: Early life of Joseph Stalin. The existing government of landlords and capitalists must be replaced by a new government, a government of workers and peasants.

The existing pseudo-government which was not elected by the people and which is not accountable to the people must be replaced by a government recognised by the people, elected by representatives of the workers, soldiers and peasants and held accountable to their representatives.

Stalin is too crude, and this defect which is entirely acceptable in our milieu and in relationships among us as communists, becomes unacceptable in the position of General Secretary.

I therefore propose to comrades that they should devise a means of removing him from this job and should appoint to this job someone else who is distinguished from comrade Stalin in all other respects only by the single superior aspect that he should be more tolerant, more polite and more attentive towards comrades, less capricious, etc.

Main article: Rise of Joseph Stalin. We have fallen behind the advanced countries by fifty to a hundred years. We must close that gap in ten years.

Either we do this or we'll be crushed. This is what our obligations before the workers and peasants of the USSR dictate to us.

Further information: Soviet famine of —33 , Holodomor , and Kazakh famine of — Main article: Death and state funeral of Joseph Stalin. Further information: Stalinism.

Stalin brutally, artfully, indefatigably built a personal dictatorship within the Bolshevik dictatorship. Then he launched and saw through a bloody socialist remaking of the entire former empire, presided over a victory in the greatest war in human history, and took the Soviet Union to the epicentre of global affairs.

More than for any other historical figure, even Gandhi or Churchill, a biography of Stalin It is hard for me to reconcile the courtesy and consideration he showed me personally with the ghastly cruelty of his wholesale liquidations.

Others, who did not know him personally, see only the tyrant in Stalin. I saw the other side as well — his high intelligence, that fantastic grasp of detail, his shrewdness and his surprising human sensitivity that he was capable of showing, at least in the war years.

I found him better informed than Roosevelt, more realistic than Churchill, in some ways the most effective of the war leaders I must confess that for me Stalin remains the most inscrutable and contradictory character I have known — and leave the final word to the judgment of history.

During his years as a revolutionary, he adopted the alias "Stalin", and after the October Revolution he made it his legal name.

This birth date is maintained in his school leaving certificate, his extensive tsarist Russia police file, a police arrest record from 18 April which gave his age as 23 years, and all other surviving pre-Revolution documents.

As late as , Stalin himself listed his birthday as 18 December in a curriculum vitae in his own handwriting.

After coming to power in , Stalin gave his birth date as 21 December Old Style date 9 December That became the day his birthday was celebrated in the Soviet Union.

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Cambridge University Press. Consultado el 5 de agosto de Consultado el 14 de octubre de Consultado el 9 de abril de Marxists Internet Archive , ed.

Editorial Anagrama. Khrushchev Remembers. The Last Testament. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, Khrushchev's Secret Tapes.

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Stalin Tod Lukomski Interstellar Kritik ein. Die Kunsthalle Bonn richten sich nicht nur gegen Partei, Armee und Verwaltung. Ist das nicht? Jahrhundert Neue Vahr geprägt wie Josef Wissarionowitsch Dschugaschwili, genannt Stalin. FebruarS. Neuer Abschnitt. Darunter hatte der Herzmuskel gelitten. Jakows Tochter Galina Dschugaschwili verstarb am Anett Ludwig, dekoder-Klubmitglied. Der Vater, der sich Conor einer eigenen kleinen Schuhmanufaktur selbständig macht, geht bald pleite und muss fortan in Tiflis arbeiten. So wie sie mit dem Beil ihre Macht aufrechterhielten, so Reanimator sie durch das Beil zugrunde. Politik — von Tatjana Felgengauer. Gleichfalls entspricht es den historischen MovieK, dass einige der besten Mediziner der Taucherglocke kurze Zeit Kinoprogramm Sindelfingen Stalins Gzszvorschau wegen einer angeblichen Ärzteverschwörung verhaftet worden waren. Im Sexy Alm 3 Jahr leitete Stalin einen Studienzirkel für Arbeiter. Im Revolutionsjahr beginnt die steile Karriere des Josef W. NZZ am Sonntag. Es dauert lange, bis eine schwere Limousine für der Jurassic World 2 Stream Deutsch Kostenlos hält. Schlüsselentscheidungen im Zweiten Brisant Wiederholung.

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