Is it possible that Joseph Stalin was a Pole? The secretary general of the CPSU, Nikita Khrushchev, and with him half of the Soviet politburo certainly believed it. Where did this idea come from? Find out in our infographic.
Summary:Joseph Stalin (1879-1953) was a politician and Soviet leader who dominated the political life of the USSR from 1924, occupying power until his death in 1953. By his political and military weight, he made USSR the second world power and its action had a determining influence on the territoria
The eastern border proposed in 1920 deprived Poland of a large part of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. However, it was not Lord George Curzon, from whom it was named, who determined its course. Behind the concept of limiting the territory of the new state was ... a Polish emigrant. Lu
Michael Wittmann, the most famous tank driver of the Second World War? Undoubtedly yes. However, the Soviet Union also had its own armored hero, whose achievements would surely equal the exploits of the German hero! It was August 19, 1941, when the German armored leaders of the Army Group Nord w
There were only two streets in one Abkhazian town. One got the name:Stalin. The second - Dzhugashvili. The tyrant was demonstratively modest in the face of the cults manifestations, but in fact he wanted to be considered the Messiah of the communist revolution. One veteran of the Patriotic War r