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, city (1993 pop. 307,200), E Bulgaria, on the Black Sea. It is a major port and an industrial center. Manufactures include ships and boats, chemicals, electrical equipment, and textiles. Varna is also an international summer resort.
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(formerly Kuçové), a city in Albania, in the district of Berati. Population, 13,500 (1965). Stalin is an oil-producing center; oil is refined in the city, and there is a pipeline to the port of Vlora.

Stalin

Joseph. original name Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili. 1879--1953, Soviet leader; general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1922--53). He succeeded Lenin as head of the party and created a totalitarian state, crushing all opposition, esp in the great purges of 1934--37. He instigated rapid industrialization and the collectivization of agriculture and established the Soviet Union as a world power
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Stalin in November had asserted that his father would be the Chief Minister if his party was voted back to power in Tamil Nadu in 2016 and hit out at Chief Minister O Panneerselvam for his comment that a 'cold war' was on between them.
The adolescent Stalin was not particularly a young tough; he was a sensitive and ambitious student, reading and writing poetry, influenced especially by Georgian nationalist epics and romantic verses.
But, unlike Cromwell, Stalin was responsible for the deaths of very large numbers of civilians, outside any war or military campaign.
the permission for erection of the monument to Stalin on the territory of Stalin State Museum, does not correspond to reality and is an
Sus resultados arrojaron que Stalin es al mismo tiempo respetado y odiado, valorado y despreciado.
They said Alagiri spoke to his supporters after the DMK patriarch tipped Stalin to be his successor.
According to Montefiore, a big influence in the shaping of Stalin's character was made by Stalin's father, who was an aggressive alcoholic, and by the atmosphere of hypocrisy and psychological terror in a Georgian Orthodox seminary where young Stalin studied, preparing to become a priest.
Stalin's grandson Yevgeny Dzhugashvili cites an article which claimed Stalin ordered the deaths of Soviet citizens personally.
This historical novel is so well-written that the reader can easily forget that the crisp dialogue verbal haranguing and mental jousting between Churchill and Stalin for Roosevelt's support are not verbatim transcripts of the actual events.
Como cualquier despota, Stalin era propenso al misticismo, por lo que Wolffgang Messing con sus cualidades mentales fuera de comun, le cayo bien al dictador sovietico.
Most students of the Stalin era are aware of the transportation of criminals and political dissidents to Siberia via the Soviet train system.