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Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union, more or less from Lenin's death to his own death in 1953, so nearly the first thirty years of the country's existence. During these years, the country advanced spectacularly in industrialization and farm output, but also the majority of the intellectuals living in the country at the time suffered terribly under the "purges". Huge swaths of people were imprisoned; others died of starvation, when the state collected all the grain harvested, leaving the people who grew it with nothing to eat. During the second World War, he is remember as having made a pact with Hitler, who then turned on him. This is the American image of Stalin. For the Soviets, he was largely remembered as the "Great Leader", who shaped the country in which they lived, and dird with only a few thread-bare suits in his closet. Stalin was born in what is now Georgia, in the Caucasus, east of the Black Sea.
Russian leader who succeeded Lenin as head of the Communist Party and created a totalitarian state by purging all opposition (1879-1953)
Stalin (Telugu: స్టాలిన్) is a Tollywood film directed by A. R. Murugadoss. It stars Chiranjeevi in the lead role and Trisha Krishnan, Prakash Raj, Sharada Urvashi and Khushboo in supporting roles.
Stalin is an aggressive optimizing batch whole-program Scheme compiler written by Jeffrey Mark Siskind. It uses advanced flow analysis and type inference and a variety of other optimization techniques to produce code (using C as an intermediate language) that is extremely fast, particularly for numeric codes. In a number of tests it has outperformed hand-written C, sometimes by a considerable margin.
Stalin is the second album by japanese hardcore punk group The Stalin released in 1989 October 25.