Lenin's Succession. Stalin

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Lenin's Succession. Stalin

Lenin's ideas

Nowadays the term Stalinism is almost always used in anegative or pejorative sense due to the repressive political action undertaken by Stalin.He claimed to be a perfect adherent to the ideas of Vladimir Lenin and Karl Marx.MAny of his policie and belief werw different or in diret opposition to those of Lenin and MarxStalinism is a certain political regime cliaming to apply the ideas of Marx or Lenin in way fitting the changing needs of society, as with the transmition from sacialsm at a snail's peace in the mid 1920 to the rapid industrialization of the Five-Year Plans.The mai contributions of Stalin to communist theory were:The ground work for the Soviel policy concerning nationalities, alid in Stalins 1913 work Marxism and the Natura Qeustion, preised by Lenin.Socialism in One CountryThe theory of aggravation of the class struggle along with the development of socialism, a theorical base supporting the repression of political opponents as necessary.Stalin argues thst the state must become stronger so the communist regimes influenced by Stalin have been described as totalitarian.

How long did he rule?

He was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1924, when Vladimir Lening died, until his death in 1953. He reached the power, mainly, to wipe out the opposition's groups.During this years, he sent a murderer to kill Trotskyin 1927, because they didn't had the same amis

Facts

The Five-Year Plans for the National Economy of the Soviet Unionwere a series of nation-wide centralized economic plans in the Soviet Union. Those plans were developed by a state planning committee, and were going ot be used in otrher Comunist coutries.

Joseph Stalin (18th of December 1878 – 5th of March 1953) was the leader of the Soviet Uniln from 1922 until his death. He was a totalitarian ruler, and stayed in power by removing anyone he thought might be a threat to him. His ideas and policies turned the Soviet Union into a powerful, modern nation, the largest on Earth. It also led to the deaths of millions of people.His form of communism was later called Stalinism. Stalin invaded Poland on 18 September 1939. In the subsequent World War II, Stalin first allied with Germany's leader Adolf Hitler. He then fought a bloody war after Germany invaded the Soviet Union. The end of the war saw Stalin gain control of all Earnest Europe including a part of Germany. There, a series of loyal Communist governments were set up, extending his power and determining the Soviet Union's position as a superpower.

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His relationship with Lenin

Lenin's succession. Stalin

Biography

Stalin and Lenin

At the end of 1905, Stalin went to a meeting in Finland and met Vladimir Lenin. The government arrested and exiled Stalin several times in the next ten years. This increased his power in the Bolshevik party and he was elected to the Central Committee of the party in 1912.He was promoted to a position at St.Petersburg.Stalin was a member of the Bolshevik Party, but did not do much in the Russian Revolution of 1917. He had a number of organizational jobs in the Communist Party. In 1922 he became General Secretary. He was able to give jobs to people he liked in the Communist Party.These supporters helped him become the leader after Vladimir Lenin died in 1924.Just before he died, Lenin had wanted to get rid of Stalin because he thought he was dangerous to the country and the government.Stalin replaced Vladimir Lenin.


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