Stalinization


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social process of adopting (or being forced to adopt) the policies and practices of Joseph Stalin

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She also explains, that while Moscow planners remained convinced of the ineluctable victory promised by their ideology, they were also quite practical in their application of lessons learned during their own history, but particularly the recent experience of imposing Stalinization on the countries that fell under their control during two years that the Molotov--Ribbentrop Pact was in effect.
In the moral and material rubble of postwar Europe, however, there was no peace--or at least what precious peace one could find was overshadowed by the outbreak of bloody colonial uprisings in Vietnam and Madagascar, the Stalinization of Eastern Europe, and the ominous threat of World War III and a nuclear holocaust.
It is clear that the brave volunteers were repeatedly and systematically manipulated, and their reputation exploited, by a nexus of commissars whose names very often turn up in the later Stalinization of Eastern Europe.
He acknowledges, for example, that the group seriously misrepresented the Communist party as a monolithic entity that did not tolerate deviation from its political line, although he does not comment on the way in which that misrepresentation legitimated cold war political repression in a kind of mirror image of the very Stalinization deplored by the group.
Not from the new Russia, jittery and vibrant with the ongoing process of perestroika; not from the twilight of old Russia, where Chekhov and Stanislavsky pointed to a new dawn; but fresh from the formative years of the Soviet Union, back on the far side of stagnation, even before Stalinization.
What put her in unconscious conflict with the party line was that she was resisting the economic determinism of Stalinization. In a Mussolini prison in Bari, Antonio Gramsci, one of the founders of the Italian Communist Party, was working out in general what Dorothy was learning in detail day by day: the complexity, variety and contradictory elements in politics, law, culture-the so-called superstructure." Dorothy saw her differences arising from discrete mistakes by the party: she took exams for a place on the state Labor Board despite the party's disapproval and its assurances that, as a known Communist, she would never get the job.
The de - Stalinization campaign, thus instituted, created a freer atmosphere that was quickly reflected in Soviet literature and became known as the thaw after the title of a novel by Ilya Ehrenburg.
Scholars of Eastern European Jewish history and culture discuss the biographical trajectories, intellectual agendas, and major accomplishments of selected Jewish intellectuals during the age of Nazism and the partly simultaneous, partly subsequent period of the incipient Stalinization of Central and Eastern Europe.
Bois work not only fills a long standing gap in the research, but substantially enlarges our knowledge of larger historical questions, such as the Stalinization of the Comintern and the tragic failure of the German labour movement to form a united front against the rise of the Nazi to power in 1933.
with increasing Stalinization, in all cultivars [Na.sup.+] was increase, but in Zarfam and Slm04 this increase were slowly than other two cultivars.
Declining productivity in Iraq's farmland is largely a result of soil Stalinization, which is caused by poor drainage.Aa
Nineteen fifty-three is central to this study, but significant chapters are also devoted to the gradual Stalinization of the Soviet Zone and later the GDR prior to 1953 and, in particular, the widespread but ultimately ineffective attempts by Christian Democrats and LDPD members to resist this.
The Communists' capture of the citadel of learning and the "Stalinization" of education are chronicled coherently up to 1959.
The first gives a wide historiographic context for the Stalinization of Russian history in the 1930s and 1940s (the confirmation of patriotism, the justification of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, and the annexation of the Baltic states, the threat from the east, the 'Great Patriotic War').