Early Aspects of Stalinization in the Soviet Union
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This paper begins by discussing the rise of Stalin to power. It then looks at various social and economic aspects of Stalinization and the purpose of the Five Year Plans. It then discusses the success of industrialization, collectivization and the Great Purge. Looks at the success and failures of Stalin's rule as a whole.
From the Paper:"When Joseph Stalin became head of the Soviet Communist Party, he became the most powerful man in Russia and took full advantage of his power. Stalin ran the Soviet Union with an iron fist, killing all that opposed him and eliminating the former Communist beliefs. In the early years of "Stalinization," Stalin killed anyone who got in his way. During this period, millions of people were arrested and killed. The economic status of the nation changed, during the Stalinization period, as all ownership was eliminated, industrialization began, and the strength of the Soviet Union's military force grew."
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