December 18, 1878 - March 5, 1953
From the position of General Secretary of the Communist Party and head of the Soviet state (1922-1953), Stalin was a successor to Lenin's work.
He was one of the undisputed leaders of the USSR and of the international communist movement, at a time when the peoples of the Soviet Union, under conditions of imperialist encirclement, were carrying out unprecedented work.
As a member of the leadership of the Communist Party, he had a significant contribution both during the pre-revolutionary period and during the conduct of the October Revolution, undertaking difficult missions.
Stalin's name and action were associated both with the success of socialist construction in the USSR and with the development of the socialist system in a number of countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Asia.
Stalin's name is, of course, associated with the Soviet Union's enormous contribution to the Great Antifascist Victory of the Peoples during World War II.
years after the death of the great Soviet leader, the fiercest attack on a historical figure ever continues unabated. It is always accompanied by the most vulgar anti-communist and anti-socialist propaganda.
The imperialist staffs are pursuing:
- To tarnish the triumphant course of socialist construction and the very anti-fascist victory of the USSR under Stalin
- To cancel the hope fueled by the October Revolution, the Antifascist Victory, the Socialist Revolutions of the 20th century as a whole
- And above all to prevent the impending Revolutions of the 21st century that will mean their end