A woman holds a portrait of Soviet state leader Josef Stalin during a rally marking the first anniversary of Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, which was carried out with the help of Russian special forces. Times of Malta, 2 weeks ago
Russian Museum Celebrating Stalin Slated To Open For Victory Day - Radio Free Europe, 1 week ago
Museum Honoring Stalin's Legacy Set to Open in Russia - Moscow Times, 2 weeks ago
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PERM, Russia -- There's one place in the world where can you see the original, preserved barracks of Josef Stalin's Gulag. It's the Perm-36 camp in the Urals. The camp was abandoned in 1988 and restored by local historians as a unique memorial ...Radio Free Europe, 1 week ago Gulag Museum to Reopen But Proof of Stalin Crimes Removed, Director Says Moscow Times, 3 weeks ago A chilling look inside a former Soviet gulag Business Insider, 1 week ago Perm-36: The Gulag Camp Frozen In Time Radio Free Europe, 1 week ago
Harry Truman with the Soviets' Josef Stalin and Britain's Winston Churchill at Potsdam, Germany, in July 1945. ViewEnlargedImage W hen Harry Truman became president in April 1945, blacks might have had reason to fear setbacks. He had grown up ...Investor's Business Daily, 1 month ago 1945: Yalta Agreement Arizona Daily Star, 1 month ago Russia's voice heard in new Yalta peace conference to avoid WWIII Sott.net, 1 month ago Yalta, The Conference That Carved Up Europe Radio Free Europe, 1 month ago
Russia has unveiled a controversial monument to Soviet leader Josef Stalin, Britain's Winston Churchill, and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the annexed region of Crimea. The 10-ton bronze sculpture was inaugurated in Yalta on February 5 in ...Radio Free Europe, 1 month ago Leading NGO opposes plan to rename Russian city 'Stalingrad' Russia Today, 1 month ago Halya Coynash: Anger and protest over Stalin monument in Yalta KPNews.com, 1 month ago Russia unveils controversial 'Big Three' monument in Crimea Business Insider, 1 month ago
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In 1967, the daughter of Josef Stalin, Svetlana Alliluyeva, appeared at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi and declared her intention to defect toArizona Daily Star, 3 weeks ago
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Russian courts ruled appropriately in dismissing a defamation claim brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against Novaya Gazeta, which had referred to the late Soviet leader as a "bloodthirsty cannibal," the European Court of Human Rights said Thursday.
(Issue # 1844) The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday sided with the Russian courts, declaring inadmissible a defamation claim against the Novaya Gazeta newspaper by Stalin's grandson, Yevgeny Dzhugashvili. Photo: Bundesarchiv / ...St. Petersburg Times Russia, 2 months ago ECHR BACKS RUSSIAN COURTS IN STALIN DEFAMATION CASE St. Petersburg Times Russia, 2 months ago
A letter from one of Soviet leader Josef Stalin’s political prisoners, reading “Deported to distant camps. AFP Written on cigarette packs or scraps of newspaper, embroidered with a fishbone on shreds of cloth or scratched on birch bark, clandestine ...Asian Age, 2 months ago 'I'm not an enemy': Moscow exhibit showcases Gulag letters Yahoo! Singapore, 2 months ago
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a complaint by the grandson of Josef Stalin over a Russian newspaper article that called the Soviet dictator a bloodthirsty cannibal. The article appeared in the newspaper Novaya Gazeta in 2009. ...Irish Examiner, 2 months ago Grandson Defending Stalin's Reputation Loses Case in European Court Moscow Times, 2 months ago
A prominent professor of history at University College Cork has expressed surprise at a French university's refusal to stock one of his books in their Paris library, allegedly due to its lack of neutrality. An online petition addressed to the ...Irish Examiner, 1 month ago UCC professor's book is banned from Sorbonne Irish Examiner, 1 month ago
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