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Russia Unveils Stalin Yalta Monument
Radio Free Europe

Russia Unveils Stalin Yalta Monument

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, 3 weeks ago
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Harry Truman Gave 'Em Hell While Fighting For Blacks

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 Daily2 weeks ago 1945: Yalta Agreement  Arizona Daily Star3 weeks ago Russia's voice heard in new Yalta peace conference to avoid WWIII  Sott.net3 weeks ago Yalta, The Conference That Carved Up Europe  Radio Free Europe4 weeks ago
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European Court Rejects Stalin Grandson's Complaint

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.
 ABC News1 month ago Grandson Defending Stalin's Reputation Loses Case in European Court  Moscow Times1 month ago Euro court rejects Stalin article claim  Irish Examiner1 month ago Grandson fails in bid to protect Stalin's good name  Breaking News.ie1 month 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 Russia1 month ago ECHR BACKS RUSSIAN COURTS IN STALIN DEFAMATION CASE  St. Petersburg Times Russia1 month ago Europe's Top Rights Court Rejects Defamation Claim Brought by Stalin's Grandson  Moscow Times1 month ago
VOA News

More than half of Russians believe Soviet leader Josef Stalin played a positive role in Russia, a poll published Tuesday by the independent Levada Center revealed.

(Issue # 1844) Many Russians credit Stalin with victory in World War II and continue to celebrate the Soviet Union's achievements in modernization under his rule. Photo: Wikimedia Commons 16 percent of respondents to the poll said Stalin's role ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia1 month ago Poll: Majority of Russians Say Stalin Played 'Positive Role'  VOA News1 month ago More Than Half of Russians See Stalin in a Positive Light  Moscow Times1 month ago Russia, Poland clash over World War II remembrances  FOXNews.com4 weeks ago

Gulag letters illustrate history of Soviet camp

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 Age1 month ago 'I'm not an enemy': Moscow exhibit showcases Gulag letters  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago
Irish Examiner

UCC professor's book on Josef Stalin is banned from Sorbonne

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 Examiner1 week ago UCC professor's book is banned from Sorbonne  Irish Examiner1 week ago
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Palin slammed over dog and child photo, DeGeneres draws oohs and aahs for same

When novelist George Orwell ended his biting satire of Josef Stalin's Communist dictatorship of the former Soviet Union, Orwell penned at the end of Animal Farm what could be the greatest literary example of sanctioned and socially acceptable ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago
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Stalin Statue Angers Crimean Muslims

SIMFEROPOL Crimean Tatars protested a decision by the annexed region's Kremlin-backed government to erect a monument to Josef Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill, seeing the new monument as reviving Muslim pains at the hands of the ...
 IslamOnline NET3 weeks ago Crimean Tatars Oppose Stalin-Churchill-Roosevelt Monument  Radio Free Europe4 weeks ago
Business Insider

February 25, 1956: Khrushchev Denounces the Stalinist Personality Cult

Joseph Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev at the Kremlin in 1936. Photo via Wikimedia Commons. Nikita Khrushchev's secret speech on this day in 1956 proved a turning point in the history of Soviet Communism; in it, the new leader rejected the cult of ...
 The Nation5 days ago Putin is building the same cult of personality that Nikita Khrushchev warned of in his famous 'secret speech'  Business Insider6 days ago
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