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A Deeper Look into the Life of Mother Russias Great Leader Iosif Vissarionovich Djugashvili By Reyhan Watson Stalin The Steel One Joseph Stalin was born by the name of Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili on December 21 1879 in the Georgian village of Gori a small town in the southern reaches of the Russian Empire He was the third child born to Vissarion Dzhugashvili a poor shoemaker and his wife Yek aterina who worked as a domestic servant However young losif was the only one of their offspring to survive infancy Iosifs father was very abusive hard-drinking man who eventually failed as an independent artisan and left his family to work in a factory in Tiflis the capital of Georgia when his son was five years old The Early Days Of Stalin Stalin was an outsider a provincial in the empire he came to rule Georgians possessed their own culture and language which was radically different from the official Russian of the empire and the young Iosif only began learning Russian when he was nine years old Years later at the height of his power he still spoke with a pronounced Georgian accent and while he boasted that he had forgotten the language of his birth it is reported that in his last years his ability to speak Russian deteriorated and he spoke only in Georgian In other ways too he retained pieces of his native culture--during his early days as a revolutionary he took the name Koba after a legendary Georgian bandit But he never showed any partiality to Georgia politically he generally treated it in his own words as merely a little piece of Soviet territory called Georgia The Steel Ones Fall Break down In the early 1930s a famine developed in the Ukraine learning of the suffering there Stalins wife Nadezhda confronted him demanding that he remedy the situation The couple had a tremendous fight and Stalin ordered the arrest of the students
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