Joseph Stalin: Leader Of The Soviet Union

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Have you ever heard of the Soviet Union? Fought in both World Wars for the Allies, and made up of many countries. Some say one particular leader was one of the worst people in history. Well if you have then you might know the name Joseph Stalin. Joseph was born in Gori Georgia, December 21st 1879. His first leadership role was the Commissioner of Nationalities. He later makes a speech to grant freedom to the Russian people, and then got promoted to General Secretary of General Secretaries. Lenin tries to remove Joseph Stalin from power, because he believe that he is too power hungry, a year and three weeks later Lenin dies of stroke. He eventually becomes the leader of the Soviet Union. Once he was the leader of the

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