Communist dictator who gained control of the soviet union in 1926?
Most Soviet leaders had beliefs about human dignity, the only true Soviet dictator in every sense of the word was Joseph Stalin, who became the Soviet leader in 1924 and remained in power until his death in 1953. His purges killed tens of thousands of communists and resulted in the deaths of millions of Kulaks.
North Korea China Soviet Union Communist governments gained control by force in the following countries at the end of World War Two and in the next five years: China, North Korea, East Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria & Hungary. Additionally, Lithuania, Latvia & Estonia were absorbed into the communist Soviet Union. The eastern portion (Soviet Occupation Zone) of Austria was under communist control until the Soviets were forced to withdraw after an Austrian…