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Joseph Stalin never lead Germany...

What did Joseph Stalin rule over?

He ruled over Soviet Russia from 1922 to 1953

Why do you remember Joseph Stalin?

Russia under the rule of Joseph Stalin was the most powerful in its history.

How long did Joseph Stalin rule the USSR?

Joseph Stalin ruled the Soviet Union from 1928 to 1953; which is a span of 25 years.

Why was Joseph Stalin a part of the Soviet Union?

Joseph Stalin was a part of the Soviet Union's history because he was their rule for around 25 years.

Joseph Stalin ruled russia and was a?

Joseph Stalin was a tyrant that seemed to take pleasure in killing and taking more control. He was said to "rule with an iron fist."

What nation did Josef Stalin lead in world war 1?

Stalin didn't rule any countries during ww1 but i think he led the revolution to take over Russia in 1917

When did Joseph Stalin be come ruler of USSR?

due to his speech and and how he wanted to rule

Who was the tsar after Joseph Stalin?

There was no tsar after Joseph Stalin. Tsarist rule ended permanently after the October Revolution of 1917. Georgi Malenkov and Nikita Khrushchev took over after Stalin's death, but Malenkov soon left his position leaving Khrushchev in control.

What years did Joseph Stalin rule for?

He ruled from around 1928 to 1953. From 1924 to around 1928 to 1932, Joseph Stalin gained sole power of the USSR. He lost power at his death in 1953.

How many years did Joseph Stalin rule in Russia?

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.

Was Joseph Stalin violent?

Stalin's rule is considered one of the harshest and most inhumane of modern times.

Why was the government of Joseph Stalin considered to be totalitarian?

The Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin was considered to be Totalitarian because of the oppressive conditions the citizens of Russia had to live in. Many people were killed or sent to Gulags under Stalin's rule, and propaganda was widespread. For more info on Stalin, read Stalin: The Glasnost Revelations.

How long did Joseph Stalin rule the Soviet Union for?

Stalin had no date of assummed complete power, so this is impossible to say for absolute sure. But it was around 25 years.

What methods did Joseph Stalin use to rule?

Basically, fear and autocracy. (Ironically, just like the Tsars in earlier times!)

What were the human rights abuses which occurred under the rule of Stalin?

People were given rocks and mud to eat in Gulags. Also Joseph Stalin put himself in the gulag because he was good.

What is Joseph Stalin most famous for?

Joseph Stalin is most famous for being the dictator of the Soviet Union during the second world ward and the start of the cold war. More people actually died under Stalin's rule than Hitler.

What was Joseph Stalin involvement with Germany after World War 2?

Stalin kept half of Germany. It became known as East Germany and was under Russia's communist rule until the early 1990s.That is why Stalin want control of European countries

Did Joseph Stalin get executed after the Famine?

No, he continued to rule Russia until 1953 when he died. The deaths from the famine were seen as a loss and no more.

What action did Joseph Stalin take to build his cult of personality during his rule?

Answer this question… Inspiring fear in citizens by killing his political opponents

What years did Joseph Stalin rule?

Stalin's rule has no defined years. Stalin's lead role in politics began in 1924, and his end of rule was in 1953 at his death by a stroke. He gained full control somewhere in the period of 1928 to 1932.

What happened to Joseph Stalin at the end of World War 2?

He gained even more power and went on to rule Russia for a few more years.

What country did josef Stalin rule?

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