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On Saturday, visitors to Volgograd are to experience a trip back in time of 60 years as buses painted with images of Joseph Stalin are driven around the southwestern Russian city, temporally renamed Stalingrad in honour of the Communist dictator who more than any other moulded the Soviet Union.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Joseph Stalin and other Soviet leaders of that time deserve the harshest appraisal for "waging war against their own nation," Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday.
Born today February25 1956: Khrushchev lashes out at Stalin The Soviet leader, Nikita Khrushchev, has denounced Joseph Stalin as a brutal despot.
The celebrations have already been the subject of controversy after the Moscow authorities unveiled plans to honour wartime leader Joseph Stalin with posters and information stands during the event.
The grandson of Joseph Stalin has brought a court case against Russia's liberal newspaper Novaya Gazeta, claiming it defamed the Soviet dictator.
Byline: FIONA PARKER Q DID Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin ever visit a foreign country except for wartime conferences?
Darting back to television, his gaunt, near-Slavic look worked very well in the adaptation of Robert Harris's Archangel, about a professor who discovers something dire in the death of Joseph Stalin.
CAPTION(S): An Orthodox priest conducts a service to commemorate millions of Russians who were killed in purges under Joseph Stalin Picture, EDUARD KORNIYENKO/Reuters