The Life Of Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin was a good and bad man, he killed millions of innocent people but if it wasn't for his aggression in World War 2, the Germans would have been a much bigger force. During World War 2, nobody thought that Russia could take on a force as big as the Germans. In World War 2, Germany was one of the world's super powers, they were unstoppable. When Poland, France, and Italy cried for help, several countries banded together to fight the the Nazi terror that was taking control.
The main countries known for World War 2 are:
- The United States Of America
- United Kingdom
The most well known countries for fighting with Axis are:
It was just another day in Hawaii when Japan decided to attack Pearl Harbor, several brave souls were lost that day, but that day marked a turning point in the war. When the U.S. joined the war, the Japanese knew the mistake that was made. The Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto knew what they did was a mistake, after the attack, he said this "I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve." He was right.
Stalin was one of the greatest Strategists the world had ever seen, his could use an army of only infantry to stop an entire of brigade of German Armor, he used his high population to his advantage. Stalin used Prisoners as a unit in the military as well, the soldiers were known as a Penal Battalion. These soldiers would rush the enemy turret emplacements to help guard the troops that needed to stay alive, yes it was a cruel technique but it worked. As you can see, Stalin did not care much for his Prisoners or his Citizens.
When the Germans invaded Russia, Stalin was ready. Hitler sent his troops into Germany unprepared for the cold, harsh winter they would face. It was the coldest winter Russia had ever experienced. Half the German soldiers that were killed, died from the cold. German solders were not used to the climate, but the Russian troops were. Stalin used this to his advantage, he would hide them in the snow, the Germans would not expect the attacks.
End of WW2 Page
The Death Of Joseph Stalin
March 5, 1953, Kuntsevo Dacha
Joseph Stalin, Died
Joseph Stalin died on March 5, 1953 of a Brain Hemorrhage.
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