'Lenin and Stalin in Gorki (Near Moscow), 1922', (1939). Creator: Unknown
'Lenin and Stalin in Gorki (Near Moscow), 1922', (1939). Russian communist revolutionaries Vladimir Ilich Lenin (1870-1924) and Joseph Stalin (1879-1953). Stalin became General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party in 1922, and after the death of Lenin in 1924, effectively became ruler of the Soviet Union. From Stalin on Lenin. [Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow, 1939]
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Soviet power does not punish, it corrects (The slogan on the wall of the former Red Corner punishmen Artist: Anonymous
Soviet power does not punish, it corrects (The slogan on the wall of the former Red Corner punishment cell of GULAG). Found in the collection of State Museum of the Political History of Russia, St. Petersburg.
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Joseph Stalin (1879-1953), Soviet leader, c1940s. Artist: Unknown
Joseph Stalin (1879-1953), Soviet leader, c1940s. Stalin was secretary-general of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1922-53) and premier of the Soviet state (1941-53). For a quarter of a century he dictatorially ruled the Soviet Union and transformed it into a major world power. (Colorised black and white print).
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