Makers of the Twentieth Century: Joseph Stalin

'The cult of personality' means that for the West Stalin personified the arbitrary terror of the Soviet regime: yet he must also stand for the USSR's greatest achievements of modernisation and industrialisation, argues Paul Dukes. 

Stalin at the Tehran Conference in 1943.

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