How was Stalinism implemented in Eastern Europe

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How was Stalinism implemented in Eastern Europe? o “Liberating” Eastern Europe and the New Soviet Empire Red army liberated eastern Europe, stalin moved quickly to ensure that communist governments would be installed to create buffer zone and fulfilling the goal of expanding communism nationally o Stalinizing Eastern Europe: Creating “Replica States” Carbon copies of Soviet Union – he didn’t want them to develop their own version of communism, he wanted them to be dependent on Moscow, satelite states whos leadership he could rely on Guaranteed the communist party a monopoly on power Constitutions identical to the Soviet Implemented 5 year plans and collectivization that failed in producing the goods people wanted that would improve their standard of living Comecon (council for mutual economics assistance) the soviet was extracting goods and shipping them back to the soviet union, extracting wealth, setting them back and leaving them poorer Police States/Prison States – super police and prison system that models
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