Joseph Stalin: Great Leaders Of The 20th Century

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Joseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili, famously known as Joseph Stalin, is one of the greatest leaders of the 20th Century. Born in Gori, Georgia to a very religious family, Stalin was a very intelligent child. The other children treated him with disrespect, and because of this, Joseph began a journey for purpose and dignity. Stalin first joined the Social Democratic Labour Party, then he was appointed by Lenin to Bolshevik Party Central Committee. In 1917 he was named Commissar of Nationalities after Bolshevik, then appointed General Secretary of the Communist Party in 1922 . He soon became the dictator of the USSR, and finally got the privilege of ruling the country. Joseph Stalin did a lot to make the Soviet Union a better place. Joseph Stalin was a reliable and wise leader, he turned a third world society into a superpower by modernizing the Soviet Union, he also defeated the Nazi’s in WWII, and finally, he became the great leader he was because of 2 important people of his time.

Between 1928 and 1938, Stalin made 2 five year plans to industrialize the Soviet Union. Stalin wanted the Soviet Union to become a key player in the
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