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Stalin Essay Much like Adolf Hitler Joseph Stalin was one of the most ruthless and diabolical people in the history of the world Hitler once said of Stalin He is a beast but hes a beast on a grand scale who must command our unconditional respect In his own way he is a hell of a fellow Stalin Breaker of Nations pxvi What Hitler said of Stalin is only his opinion and it is not a valid one at that For you must consider the source it takes a beast like Adolf Hitler to know a beast and Stalin was a horrible beast He was also a murderer Stalin abused his people when he starved them to death and systematically murdered them Stalin also abused his country by halting Russias progress and economic growth Stalin was a breaker of nations Stalin first enter the Russian political system in the early nineteen teens With the help form Lenin Stalin proposed an answer to the National Question which was self determination Stalins ruthlessness is first discovered by Lenin when Stalin is sent to Georgia to convince the Georgia leader not to practice self determination When the leader does not agree with what Stalin has to say Stalin punches the man out and threaten to kill them all Years after that incident Lenin end up dying and Stalin takes over as the leader of Russia Because Trotsky was hated by many of the influential political figures in Russia Stalin becomes the leader of Russia even after Lenins dying last wishes 1929 was the first of many years in which Stalin stunted Russias growth In that year the Engineer Trials were held During these trials the Russian elite was brought forth by Stalin on the account of treason Confessions by the elite which consisted of engineers doctors lawyers teachers and clergy
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