It was fair and carried out without judgement. .
The nations could choose what sort of aid they needed and wanted. .
The aid was not merely money. The nations could receive seeds, food, farm equipment; help from businessmen, doctors and scientists .
Some of the aid came from volunteers which...
During World War II, the 'ruthless leader' of the Soviet Union wasJoseph Stalin (1878-1953). Having achieved absolute power in theCommunist nation during the 1920s, Stalin reigned throughout the1930s, during the whole of World War II, and for a number of yearsbeyond, until his death in 1953.
robbing them of their individuality, forcing them to work in labor camps, and intentionally starving tens of millions of people to death to insure that everyone had enough food. :)
against the advice of his generals who wanted to push towards moscow first hitler attempted to take control of oil fields and farmland asap to resupply the german war effort, also russia knew war would come but didnt think they would invade while england remained so they were caught by suprise the...
Czar Nicolas II was disliked because he had no idea what his people wanted. Up until WWI he removed himself from the public by isolating himself and his family in their palace. He did nothing to stop the spread of communism, anarchism, and nihilism in his cities and based his decisions on the advice...
Stalin had many prison camps in the Soviet Union and had spys everywhere. If someone spoke out against the government, it would be looked at as opposition towards Stalin's government and would most likely be killed or put in one of these camps
Totalitarianism (A+ Anywhere)
Space was to be used for war. When the Soviets put up their Sputnik in the late 50's, that put the Soviet's ahead, for: Satellite reconnaissance (intelligence gathering) and put them in a better position to possess ICBMs (nuclear tipped-Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles). ICBMs could not be...
Joseph Stalin in WWII, but 1924 is not during WWII.
the economy was controlled by the government and so that made it a command economy, but there was no compitition so there was a shortage of food .
It Was Caused by the partition by treaty and cilvismakljs
The north fought to keep the Union together and the south fought to secede from the U.S. , When Lincoln was elected the South felt as if it had no voice in the Gov't. They thought that the President, the senate, and the house of Representatives was against their ideals, especially slavery...
i think it was called The Red army
It means "to put upon". "The government imposed wage and price restraints to control inflation." "The judge imposed a sentence of nine months on the convicted criminal." "I don't wish to impose on your hospitality, but my wife is about to give birth and we can't get to a hospital. Can we come in?" ...
his plans were to keep everybody under control and to do what he says. also to be lieve what he said about people and trust him at all times and everything will be great if his people trusted him.....duhh who asked this stupid question anyway
All the countries involved in the Warsaw Pact were communist states.
Because it was a race to see who could invent the fastest and be the strongest super powers
Stalin was born in 1879 and died in 1953. So, he was alive during the Second World War (1939-1945.) as well.
The greatest battles of WWII in Europe/Asia were fought in the Soviet Union. The German Army was so badly beaten by the Soviets that only a token force of the German Army remained to face the Normandy Invasion of 1944.
Yes. Beginning in 1917, a series of revolutions destroyed the Russian royal system, removed Tsar Nicholas II from power, and formed a provisional government. Later that year, the powerful Bolshevik Party took over and slowly but surely replaced the provisional government throughout the country....
What the hell if i knew the answer why would i search it?! Ugh the struggle
Because the US and USSR shared a common enemy. Germany invaded the USSR in June, 1941, and in December, 1941 Germany declared war on the US. My enemy's enemy is my friend.
Stalin's Idea of "Help" Stalin stole the peasants' food, their livelihood and their lives. They went without religion for 24 years. Although he did bring them up to date in their economy, he killed millions in the process.
Roughly 2-3 thousand people were killed in the attack on PearlHarbor. Long story short, it wasn't truly a bombing. It was an annihilation .
kyaw zaw who was army colonel in u nu regime.he is retired army office who is very friendly with aung san founder of communist part of burma. aung san is the father of daw suu kyi of NLD
Russia: Crimean War-1853/1856 against Britain and France. [Russia Lost] Russo-Japanese War-1904/1905 against Japan. [Russia Lost] The Great War - Against the Central Powers (Czarist Russia lost the war, when the German Empire allow Lenin to setup a new Government that would be establish...
As superpower United States watches other superpowers in the game of global domination, especially if that another superpower is a totalitarian state. If not checked Soviet or communist control could spread to western Europe and all over the world as communist ideas were very popular at the time.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
She changed it in order to not be detected as a Jew and killed.
As a result of the collapse of the Soviet Union: .
the threat of the anihilation of humanity was reduced, andperhaps eliminated for a time. .
Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania regained theirindependence. .
Belarus, Ukraine, Moldavia, Georgia and other former Sovietrepublics bacel independent states. ....
Joseph Stalin revolutionized the Soviet Union, and was extremely key in the defeat of Germany during the Second World War. His effects are still seen today. Russia modern day youth has found a strong liking for Stalin. And had Germany won the war, it would undoubtfully be a very different place. ...
The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact was a Non-aggression act between the two which allowed Germany to attack Poland without fear of retaliation from the Soviet Union. In fact, the Soviets took portions of Eastern Poland for itself.
World War 2 started when Germany attacked Poland. The U.S. joined the war when we were bombed by Japan.
Germany agreed to the pact to allow it time to arm and mobilise, however by default this allowed Russia to do the same.
Poland suffered terribly from the German invasion in World War 2, and this is the first time I've ever heard anyone suggest that Poland might have benefitted from the German invasion. Afternote: Under a pre-war deal between Germany and Russia, Russia scored the eastern half of Poland, moving in...
Khrushchev took over when Joseph Stalin died in March, 1953.
He did get his buffer zone, but it fell over the years
Stalin used a variety of methods to purge the party: 1. His secret police (NKVD) arrested suspected "traitors to the party" 2. Informants were everywhere and would turn in anyone who uttered an anti-Stalin word 3. During show trials, such as those in Moscow, extreme torture forced people ...
Korea and Japan Friction: It dates back 18th century Pottery War until 20th century.
Japanese military dictatorship occupation over Korea 36 years..
Japan and Korea Friction: It dates back 18th century- 20th century. Koreans killed.
many Japanese nationalist. Including Ito Hirobumi ( he...
\nit was restored after the war but removed in the 1950s
The Soviets, Yuri Gagarin was the first man to orbit the earth.
Some of the victories in world war 2 are victorious/.
Some of the victories in world war 2 are victorious/
They are by the Baltic Sea.
The Katyusha (spell it right) or multiple fired artillery rockets were used for anti-personnel and general Battle use by the Red Army. Mortar sights or theodolites were used for aiming- as this was not a regular cannon-obviously they could fire a fifteen round salvo simulltaneously- and while not...
All but Romania escaped any bloody internal strife- though there have been such things as riots, a theater bombing or shootup in Russia, and so on the Agency does not like negative publicity. Romania did get violent in the anti-Communist fever.
Men wore suits with ties or casual clothes such as slacks, button down shirts, polo shirts, swearter tops and dress shoes or sneakers. The women wore dresses nearly all the time. They wore pants or jumpsuits if they were working, especially when working in the the manufacturing industry. They wore...
The USSR (United Soviet Socialist Republic)
This is correct. However the Cold War and World War 2 are long over and the Eastern Bloc Nations are no longer under Communist Rule of the Soviet Union.
At the Postdam Conference there were two new leaders, President Truman, Prime Minister Atlee meeting with Joseph Stalin. He was not accustomed to the two new leaders. He did not want to give up the countries he had conquered. Eventually his communist agenda led to the Cold War. Below is a link that...
Yes and to prove that... .
1.There where more people. .
2.Better health .
3.Better food .
The Russians defeated the Germans with the blessings of Ol' Man Winter and the follies of Adolph Hitler. The Germans were frozen, starving, dying from the cold and lack of food and supplies. At the end of the Stalingrad Battle a bunch of simple grenades did the trick. Many Germans were taken...
Stalin believed that his armies sheer numbers would make up for that plus in the years before the war Stalin had purged the officer corps of so called "traitors" so the army lacked a lot of leadership skills.
Extremely, the Bolshevik revolution as its called took the lives of millions. The Communist killed anyone who didnt support them, men women and children. They even went to the extent to kill the entirety of the royal family including a baby.
Hitler had a dream that his Aryan Germans would take over all of Europe, establishing the Third Reich (Third great German empire). He also used the term "lebensraum" to describe the need for more living space for his German people. Attacking Western Europe was motivated by both of these goals.
Scorched earth is the military term for destroying crops, shelter, etc. in the path of an advancing enemy. Slash and burn is used mostly in agricultural terms to mean clearing land for agriculture. Source: Wikipedia.
Joseph Stalin was a paranoid, egomaniacal mass murderer. He may be the second biggest mass murderer in history. Nothing he did was good.
Stalingrad. The city, known as Volgagrad before the Soviet era, is now Volgagrad once more. It was the scene of one of the most grueling, huge, awful, bloody battles of the war, lasting about three months.
The Korean war was fought against North Koreans and Russian servicemen.
I believe you're thinking of Hungary.
Even though the great terror was officially created to boost the economy by getting rid of 'wreckers.' However the end result was far from this. The oppression led to economic chaos. As a result of the fear brought on by the terror, members of the communist party felt compelled to lie and exaggerate...
Joseph Stalin and Benito Mussolini
Prior to 1917 Russia was a monarchy (ruled by a Czar, which was a type of king or emperor), from 1917 to 1990 it was a communist state ruled by the Politburo (which was a self-perpetuating oligarchy), and from 1990 onwards it has been a democracy (although relatively corrupt, as democracies go).
"Death is the solution to all problems. No man- no problem."
yes it is now st.petersburg
They were their parents! -They gave hope to a rising class of disillusioned patriots.
Stalin used both his very large army ( which was cheap and where soldiers were expendable) that consisted of both men and women as well as the cold climate and winters in Russia to win against nazi invasion.
Leon Trotsky was one of the great revolutionary thinkers and leaders of the 20th century. His words and ideas were respected and feared as much as any man's and if you google Trotsky you can find a wealth of information about him. I know of many of his essays but not a book. He has many defenders...
Any mission, any time, any place
Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union when Germany and the USSR entered into a non-aggression pact in 1939. Vyacheslav Molotov was the Soviet Foreign Minister at the time and was therefore the principal Soviet signatory of the pact.
Russia and Germany were not hostile, in fact. They simply wanted the lands which Poland controlled, and the only way to gain them was by force (since no ruler in any sort of mind hands over an entire state).
Yugoslavia's leader who kept his country independent of the Soviet Union after WW2 was Jozip Broz Tito. Tito was a nickname he adopted when living underground as Secretary of the Yugoslavian Communist Party before the WW2.
The Nazi Soviet Pact was more or less a formality. Stalin knew Hitler would invade Russia regardless of the Pact being signed. He hoped it would buy him time to build up his forces in two fronts. It did do that. He also bought time when Hitler sent his troops into Russia without any winter...
The Soviet Union broke up in 1991 and was succeeded by the countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
probably to see if their enemies were firing any missiles