Short stature Trivia 90 Stalin was diagnosed with "Typical clinical form of paranoia" inby the leading psychiatrist Doctor Bekhterev and his assistant doctors. Next day Doctor Bekhterev and his assistant died of poisoning.
Short stature Trivia 90 Stalin was diagnosed with "Typical clinical form of paranoia" inby the leading psychiatrist Doctor Bekhterev and his assistant doctors.
Next day Doctor Bekhterev and his assistant died of poisoning. Clinical paranoia explains ruthless killings of millions and brutal treatment of his own wives and children. His legacy of sacrificing soldiers, starving civilians, mass executions and genocide resulted in more deaths than those caused by the regimes of Adolf HitlerBenito MussoliniHirohitoZedong Mao and Pol Pot.
Supported the production of Sergei M. Eisenstein 's films Battleship Potemkin US title: Has been portrayed in movies by actors including F. Much of the early archive footage of Stalin is actually an actor portraying him in scenes taken from October Ten Days that Shook the World His real birthday is actually December 18, or December 6 on the Julian calendar, Joseph stalin time man of the in Russia during the 19th centurybut he had it changed to December 21, in official papers for unknown reasons.
First wife died of tuberculosis, second wife committed suicide.
Stalin's adopted revolutionary name -- "Stalin" -- literally means "Man of steel" in Russian. His mother called him "Soso," his undercover party nickname was "Koba. Once stated that the happiest time of his life was when he was in exhile in Siberia.
There, in the north, Stalin felt that the true spirit of Russia resided. Stalin loved the "Tarzan" movies and often watched them at the Kremlin.
For some reason, he was amused by the concept of a man being able to communicate with apes.
Stalin ordered an expedition in Africa, which gathered over apes and monkeys for his plans of breeding an obedient soldier. The secret research center was set in Sukhumi for breeding experiments on apes and monkeys under personal patronage of Stalin.
After several years of non-results Stalin ordered the principal scientists executed and lost interest in breeding soldiers from apes. Today this research center is known as "Obeziannii pitomnik" in Sukhumi. Davydov told NTV that his father had told him of his lineage but, because the campaign against Stalin's cult of personality was in full swing at the time, told him to keep quiet about it.
NTV said several historians, including Aleksandr Solzhenitsynmention a son being born to Stalin and his common-law wife, Lida, in during his exile in northern Siberia. At the funeral of his first wife, Ekaterina, Stalin commented that any warm feelings he had for people died with her, for she was the only person who was able to melt his heart.
He later ordered Ekaterina's relatives shot. The rate of which the USSR was industrialised under his rule, was the fastest in history. Health care and education were also dramatically improved.
Had two nicknames during his lifetime. His mom called him "Soso," his undercover party nickname was "Koba. As a youth, he was struck down and almost killed by a runaway carriage. The accident left him with a stiff left shoulder and for the rest of his life he was unable to use his left arm.
He suffered recurrent bouts of smallpox as a child, which badly disfigured his face as he grew older.
He despised his son Yakov so much that when Yakov attempted suicide, Stalin was reported to have said:Stalin died suddenly on March 5, , under somewhat mysterious circumstances, after announcing his intention to arrest Jewish doctors, whom he believed were plotting to kill him.
The "official" cause of death was announced as brain hemorrhage. Stalin's apprentice, Georgi Malenkov, took the power, but was soon ousted by Nikita Khrushchev.
Stalin’s name meant "man of steel". He was the supreme ruler of the Soviet Union and one of the most powerful and murderous dictators in history. He devotes much of his time to the.
Joseph Stalin (a code name meaning "Man of Steel") was born Iosif (Joseph) Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili in in Gori, Georgia, the Transcaucasian. Dec 10, · ADOLF HITLER & JOSEPH STALIN. Time has a thing for dictators. Hitler was named Man of the Year in , on the eve of World War II.
Stalin claimed the . Person of the Year (called Man of the Year or Woman of the Year until ) is an annual issue of the United States news magazine Time that features and profiles a person, a group, an idea, or an object that "for better or for worse has done the most to influence the events of the year".
Joseph Stalin (born Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili; 18 December – 5 March ) was a Soviet revolutionary and politician of Georgian ethnicity.