The leader of the Soviet Union was Joseph Stalin. He lead the Soviet Union from 1922 until he died in 1953.
Joseph Stalin was the leader for the Soviet Union from the 1920's to the 1953, when he died.
The USSR or the Soviet Union, mainly what is today Russia.
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1924. Joseph Stalin lead the Soviet Union from 1924 to 1953.
Joesph Stalin and the communist party.
Nikita Khrushchev became the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union after Stalin died. The General Secretary's position was the real seat of power in the Soviet Union at the time. In that sense only can it be logically said that Khrushchev "lead communism" after Stalin died. It would be incorrect to say that he "lead communism," because "communism" existed in several other countries and neither Stalin nor Khrushchev lead those countries. One could say that Nikita Khrushchev lead communism in the Soviet Union in particular, but not that he lead communism in general.
Joseph Stalin never lead Germany...
No, Josef Stalin did. Lenin died in 1924.
Joseph Stalin led the Soviet Union. Stalin took over after Lenin died. Stalin was not Lenin's choice as a successor but Stalin schemed and came into power, basically he stole the title. He was in power before and after WW11. He died in 1953. In WW2 he had signed a non-agression pact with Hitler, but ultimately became allied with France, Great Britain, the United States and the other Allied countries.
how did the arms race lead to the end of the fall of the soviet union
Joseph Stalin lead the Communist country of Russia during World War 2.
Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union was the leader of Russia, and he did get much out of Roosevelt during conferences. He soon learned the basics of building an atomic bomb as Roosevelt was a bit loose with the subject. That lead to the Cold War in which there were enough atomic and nuclear bombs and missiles to destroy the globe, or the Earth.
His exact years of rule are un-clear. He gained full power from 1928 to 1932, depending on your source and opinion. But his lead role in Soviet politics begun in 1924, though he shared power with many others. His rule ended with his death in 1953.
It was a meeting in Yalta in Eastern Europe in February 1945. The Big 3(Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin) meet to discuss what they would do with Germany and Europe after the war was over. It was decided that Stalin and the Soviet Union would over take Berlin, and have control of Eastern Europe. This lead to tensions because Stalin forced communism onto the Eastern European countries, and as we know the US was anti-communist.
Stalin was a tall man with a somewhat bushy mustache. known as a thief back in his childhood. after his rise he was determined to lead the people of the soviet union.
Kim Sung, North Korean Commander; Peng Teh-Huai, Red Chinese Commander; Chairman Mao, Leader of Red China; all of whom were supported by Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union (Russia).
The Bolsheviks did not overthrow any leaders of the soviet Union. The Bolsheviks were the people who created the Soviet Union lead by Vladamir Lenin.
Communist. He wasn't a leader, though. He was selected to be Vladimir Lenin's successor, which would have made him Premier of the Soviet Union if Joseph Stalin didn't usurp the position so he could lead the country. If you want to know more, Wikipedia has a good article on him.
If your talking about in terms of nation wise then it was the USSR only as no other allied country aided the USSR in the battle. If you are talking about individual (s) then I would say Soviet Marshal Georgy Zhukov along with Joseph Stalin as Zhukov lead the Major counter offensive attacks onto the Germans and he was a experience marshal along with Joseph Stalin.
The tsars were heads of state before the Russian revolution (similar to kings). The Russian leader who became known as the Red Tsar was Joseph Stalin, who lead the Communist Soviet Union from 1927 - 1953, after he established a dictatorship by dismantling Lenin's (his predecessor) system of government.
Lenin first lead Russia until its name was changed to the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. Later it became the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, or the USSR, the former Soviet Union.
Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Communist Party in Russia from the 1920s when he came to power to 1953, the year of his death. He led Russia through World War II.
Joseph Stalin was the lead of Russia for 30 years. He held the title of General Secretary from April 3, 1922 to October 16, 1952.
To name a few: General mistrust. Stalin was upset that the Americans never informed him about the atomic bomb. Difference in political ideologies.
Communist lead by the soviet union