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Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

How to you investigate a crime, when even the possibility of crime does not exist? In Stalin’s Soviet Union in the years following the Second World War, the illusion of the state was that of a worker’s Utopia. 271 more words


Stalin's Blue Crayon

It has been presented throughout history that tyrannical leaders rely upon methods of control and stability to maintain an absolutist rule. Having a sense of control was particularly vital to Joseph Stalin, a man driven by paranoia and fear of defeat. 214 more words


'The Americans' USA vs. USSR fan react: Heartbreak

Season 3 | Episode 9 | “Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?” | Aired Mar 25, 2015

Early in this episode of The Americans, 984 more words

The Bible and Soviet Constitution: Stalin’s Reinterpretation of 2 Thessalonians and Acts 4

The 1936 Constitution of the USSR contains two biblical verses:

He who does not work, neither shall he eat.

From each according to his ability, to each according to his work.

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Tribute to the Red Army

This is painting by Scottish artist, Cowan Dobson is of a great rally held at St Andrews Hall in Glasgow in 1943. It is titled “Tribute to the Red Army” and marked the 25th anniversary of the Red Army. 362 more words

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