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Unformatted text preview: STALIN COMES TO POWER STALIN JOSEPH STALIN 1878-1953 THE ABSENCE OF THE WORLD REVOLUTION THE 92.7 PER CENT OF THE PARTY MEMBERS ARE 92.7 SEMILITERATE (1922) PARTY-SOVIET BUREAUCRACY (CADRE) PARTY-SOVIET POLITICAL BUREAU (POLITBURO) OF THE POLITICAL BOLSHEVIK PARTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE GENERAL SECRETARY OF THE CENTRAL GENERAL COMMITTEE (April 3, 1922) LENIN’S LETTER AGAINST STALIN (December 24, LENIN 1922) THE ANTI-TROTSKY TRIUMVIRATE (ZINOVIEV, THE LEV KAMENEV, STALIN) TROTSKY’S LETTER AGAINST BUREAUCRATIC TROTSKY DEGRADATION OF THE PARTY LEADERSHIP (OCTOBER 8, 1923) REMOVAL OF TROTSKY (January 17, 1925) REMOVAL STALIN’S THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION AND THE STALIN THE TACTICS OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS (December 1924) THEORY OF SOCIALISM IN ONE COUNTRY THEORY THE UNITED LEFT OPPOSITION (APRIL 1926 – DECEMBER 1927) TROTSKY, LEV KAMENEV, ZINOVIEV STALINISM STALINISM _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A NEW TRIUMVIRATE (STALIN, NICHOLAS BUKHARIN, ALEXIS RYKOV) EXPULSION OF THE LEFT OPPOSITION MEMBERS (November – December, 1927) TROTSKY’S EXILE TO CENTRAL ASIA (January 16, 1928) TROTSKY’S EXPULSION FROM THE USSR (February 12, 1929) COLLECTIVIZATION (1927-1930) KULAK (FIST) (FIST) INDUSTRIALIZATION FIVE-YEAR PLANS (1928-32; 1933-7; 1938-41) 1933-7; 1938-41) BUKHARIN AND RYKOV’S OPPOSITION AND DISMISSAL (November 1929) FAMINE (1932-3) VICTIMS (13 MILLION PEASANTS) NADEZHDA ALLILUYEVA (1901 – November 9, 1932) THE GREAT TERROR THE SEVENTEENTH PARTY CONGRESS (January – SEVENTEENTH February 1934) 292 NEGATIVE BALLOTS OUT OF 1,225 292 SERGEI KIROV (1886 – 1934) SERGEI THE KIROV MURDER (December 1, 1934) THE THE GREAT PURGE (SHOW TRIALS) THE TRIAL OF ZINOVIEV AND KAMENEV (August TRIAL 1936) THE DECAPITATION OF THE MILITARY THE (November 1937) TRIAL OF BUKHARIN AND RYKOV (March TRIAL 1938) 56.6 PER CENT OF THE SEVENTEENTH PARTY PARTY 56.6 CONGRESS DELEGATES PERISHED 110 OUT OF 139 CENTRAL COMMITTEE 110 MEMBERS PERISHED 700,000 PEOPLE ARE SHOT AND MORE THAN 700,000 A MILLION ARE SENT TO CAMPS (1934-8) 55 PER CENT OF RED ARMY OFFICES ARE 55 IMPRISONED STALIN AND HITLER THE STALIN CONSTITUTION THE (December 5, 1936) THE NAZI-SOVIET NON-AGGRESSION THE PACT (August 23, 1939) SOVIET FOREIGN MINISTER SOVIET MOLOTOV AND GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER RIBBENTROP “I KNOW HOW MUCH THE GERMAN NATION LOVES ITS FÜHRER. I FÜ SHOULD THEREFORE LIKE TO DRINK TO HIS HEALTH” (STALIN) HEALTH” HITLER’S INVASION OF POLAND HITLER’ (September 1, 1939) STALIN’S INVASION OF POLAND STALIN’ (September 17, 1939) THE NAZI-SOVIET TREATY OF THE FRIENDSHIP (September 28, 1939) STALIN’S INVASION OF FINLAND STALIN’ (November 30, 1939 – March 12, 1940) STALIN’S INVASION OF THE BALTIC STALIN’ STATES (June 15-17, 1940) STALIN’S INVASION OF EASTERN STALIN’ ROMANIA (June 30, 1940) THE GREAT FATHERLAND WAR THE (June 22, 1941 – May 9, 1945) 183 (LATER 240) GERMAN DIVISIONS 183 VS. 170 SOVIET DIVISIONS GEORGE ZHUKOV GEORGE BATTLE OF MOSCOW (November 23 BATTLE –December 6, 1941) SEIGE OF LENINGRAD (August 28, 1941 SEIGE – January 27, 1944) 900 DAYS 900 ALMOST ONE MILLION PEOPLE DIED ALMOST BATTLE OF STALINGRAD (August 25, BATTLE 1942 – February 2, 1943) SURRENDER OF 120,000 TROUPS SURRENDER SOVIET CAPTURE OF BERLIN (May 1, SOVIET 1945) GERMAN SURRENDER (May 8, 1945) GERMAN SOVIET CAPTURE OF PRAGUE (May 9, SOVIET 1945) SOVIET DECLARATION OF WAR ON SOVIET JAPAN (August 8, 1945) AUGUST 14 (15), 1945 (JAPANESE AUGUST SURRENDER) SEPTEMBER 2, 1945 (FORMAL TERMS SEPTEMBER OF SURRENDER SIGNED) ...
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