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Young Stalin — from Georgia Bandit to Red Tsar!

Young Stalin by Simon Montefiore is a well-researched, well-written, absorbing, and authoritative biography of Joseph Stalin’s early years. Following the usual formalities, the book begins with a tantalizing “Prologue,” the audacious robbery and bloody bombing at the festive Yerevan Square in the center of the town of Tiflis (now Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia). The …

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Stalin, Communists, and Fatal Statistics

“One death is a tragedy; a million is a statistic,” said Joseph Stalin (1879-1953). It is estimated that between 20 to 40 million people, mostly Russians, were killed by Stalin during his dictatorship (1924-1953). Stalin, the Soviet dictator, not only exterminated purported “enemies of the peoples” but also liquidated almost the entire slate of communist …

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The Russian Political Turmoil (2012) — An American Perspective

Editor’s Note on Miguel Faria’s Editorial on the Russian Elections Miguel Faria was the Editor of The Medical Sentinel, a publication of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which supports fundamental liberty for all people and governmental non-intervention in the Practice of Medicine. Miguel was a refugee from Cuba during the 1960s when that country was taken over by a communist revolution. …

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World War II (Part II) — Deception, Espionage, and Total War

 Operation Barbarossa — A Re-Enactment 70 Years Later SPECIAL BULLETIN  — from Radio Berlin a Special Report!June 22, 2011   7:00 AM We are sorry to interrupt your programming. It is the German Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler, speaking: “…At this moment a march is taking place that for its extent, compares with the greatest the world …

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