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    Joseph Stalin

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    Joseph Stalin The dictator of the U.S.S.R Joseph Stalin was born in Gori Georgia on December 18, 1878; but changed his birthday to December sixth. The name Stalin came from the Russian word for man of steel (“Joseph Stalin”). His life was hard growing up because his family suffered from poverty (“Stalin. Joseph”) and his home life was rough, because his father beat him (“Joseph Stalin”). In 1906, Stalin married Ekaterina “Kato” Svanidze (1885-1907), a seamstress. The couple had one son, Yakov (1907-1943), who died as a prisoner in Germany during World War II. Stalin also fathered several children out of wedlock. Joseph Stalin eventually became the ruler of a country that covered about 1/6th of the world’s land from 1929 to 1953 (“Stalin. Joseph”). Stalin played an important, but not vital, part in the Bolshevik revolution, under the rule of Lenin. Joseph was appointed to serve on the first Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party, and was named the commissioner of nationalities (Duranty). When Stalin became dictator…

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    Joseph Stalin was born into a rough childhood in the Russian peasant village of Gori, Georgia on December 18, 1879. Joseph’s parents did not make lots of money as a cobbler and a washerwoman. Joseph was a very frail child so at age 7 when he contracted smallpox, a scar was left on his face. His left arm was slightly deformed after a carriage accident he was involved with. The people in his village made him feel like he was less than everybody else and wasn’t worth anything. When he was nine,…

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    Joseph Stalin was a man with huge power that came with consequences for the people of the Soviet Union. Although he didn’t always have a remarkable childhood, things had changed for him later on his life. Looking back, Stalin climbed to his success in his near future because of one decision that was made by another in his life, which lead him to rule. Many events that fell through from his leadership had impacted the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe as not every decision Stalin made was wise…

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    Joseph Mccarthy Failure

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    Joseph McCarthy began his journey to become what many people consider now to be one of the most disreputable politicians. He should have never been voted for US senate because the way he achieved his power from the beginning caused his authority to be unsuccessful. In 1952, he had been elected for Senator for the state of Wisconsin, and one of the only reasons he won was because of his exploitations of the issue of Communism. The way Joseph McCarthy started his politician career was…

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    Joseph Stalin Outline

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    Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union. He was born December 18, 1878. His rule over the Soviet Union lasted from 1924 through 1953. Lenin founded the Soviet Union. Rapidly Stalin had industrialized the Soviet Union in time for World War 2. Stalin was once one of the top leaders of the Soviet Union. Joseph Stalin had a rough childhood. His father was a poor shoemaker and made little money. His father was an alcoholic and abused Stalin when he was a child. Stalin’s original name was…

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    Joseph Stalin Personality

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    Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili, better known as Joseph Stalin, once said, “A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.” His harsh, eye-opening words are just a glimpse into the man’s corrupted ideologies. Due to his rigid mindset, Stalin became infamous rather than famous. His interesting childhood and unorthodox beliefs lead him to become a powerful and merciless dictator that could only be matched by the atrocities of Adolf Hitler or Pol Pot. In addition to his strict…

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    Joseph Stalin Dbq

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    Over the 30 years of Joseph Stalin’s dictatorship, the estimated death toll ranged from 28 to 40 million people, whom died from a variety of things, such as famine, executions, and a very large war. Stalin assumed autocratic rule of the Soviet Union in 1924 following the death of Lenin. Stalin made a variety of reforms, but his main focus was on the economic issues that was occurring in the communist country at the time. Stalin made his economic reforms solely to make the most amount of money…

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    Essay On Joseph Stalin

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    Joseph Stalin was one of the most influential figures of the 20th century, especially to the Soviet Union. By the time Vladimir Lenin passed away Stalin had almost complete control of the government. With his power over everyone, Stalin forced his biggest rivals out of the contention for leader. In doing this he had freedom to do as he pleased. Joseph Stalin was aware the Soviet Union was far from being where he wanted it to be, so he created the Five-Year Plans. Although, Stalin’s achievements…

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    Tactics Of Joseph Stalin

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    Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1952. He was a rough communist leader who spread fear, terror, and other horrid emotions to his people. Many hate Stalin for his brutal leadership and have even called him worse than Hitler in terms of authority and deaths among his people. Like many strong dictators, Stalin used many different forms of horror to keep a iron grip reserving his position of lead in his country. But how exactly did Joseph Stalin keep the Soviet Union…

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    Franz Joseph Haydn

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    Kylee Kerhulas Mr. Ousley Music Appreciation 2 February 2017 Franz Joseph Haydn Franz Joseph Haydn was an eighteenth century Austrian composer of the Classical period. Haydn was born March 31, 1732; in Rohrau, Austria to Mathias and Maria Haydn. Haydn displayed musical talent at an early age and his parent sent him to be an apprentice to Johann Matthias Franck, the schoolmaster and choirmaster in Hainburg, to train as a musician. He learned to play both harpsichord and violin and received…

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