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THE STALIN REVOLUTION In 1928 the relatively relaxed and pluralistic
character of Soviet life came abruptly to an end. Joseph Stalin, having made
himself to all intents and purposes the unchallenged ruler of the Communist Party
Under the cover of Soviet patriotism, Stalin also attempted to ignite a xenophobic
hatred for the capitalist world. By making "cosmopolitanism" equivalent to treason
, he sought to destroy pro-Western sentiment among the people; in doing so he ...
Stalin then sought unsuccessfully to prevent or impede the rearmament of West
Germany. Difficulties Meanwhile, Stalin was encountering problems with Tito.
inYugo- Not only did Tito seem to have his own expansionist slavia plans in the ...
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