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Essay heading: Stalin
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Issue: Europe
Written by: K Sal - NY
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Around ten million people died in Ukraine and the Soviet Union because the government seized all the grain from the farmers and left them to die from starvation. He did this because the farmers were not producing much. In 1934, Stalin launched the Great Purge. He used his secret police to capture all the revolutionaries...
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Around four million people were purged between 1936 and 1938 and as many as 800,000 thousand were executed. 90 percent of the nation’s military officers were among the people who were purged. These events show what could happen to a person who was disloyal to the country. The people of the Soviet Union began to hate Stalin, and most of the world was afraid of him...
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