Western mainstream media has a hard time with history, with both its meaning and application. At the same time the main stream has a fascination with the historical figures of Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin.
A letter to the White House, a laundry list of recommendations for the president and a 29-page report about the administration’s assault on free press are all compiled in the latest offering from the Center to Protect Journalists.
Over half of Russians believe Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev was the best head of state in the past century, followed by Bolshevik Revolution mastermind Vladimir Lenin and dictator Joseph Stalin, a poll by Levada Center has revealed.
Russian war veterans in the republic of Sakha-Yakutiya believe that Joseph Stalin’s achievements as military commander of the Soviet Union deserve to immortalized in a bust statue, regardless of the controversy that surrounds the late leader.
The Russian city of Volgograd, the site of one of the most crucial battles in WWII, can get its former name Stalingrad back after a referendum, according to Valentina Matvienko, the Upper House Speaker.
Public buses bearing portraits of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin will appear on the streets of several Russian cities on February 2 – the 70th anniversary of the Red Army’s victory in the Battle of Stalingrad.
A monument to the Georgian-born Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was restored in the Georgian village of Alvani on Friday in a bid to discredit the authority of President Mikhail Saakashvili, who had it removed from its original place.
The Russian Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov has demanded that the city of Volgograd is returned to its Soviet name Stalingrad (the city of Joseph Stalin), to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the bloodiest battle in the WWII.
Russia’s Prime Minister replied to a wave of comments that appeared after his harsh statement about Stalin, saying that the supporters of tyranny are only holding this position because they know they are now safe from repressions.